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Kiss the Ground, a new film premiering on Netflix September 22, aims to inspire action and soil regeneration

Kiss the Ground Documentary Inspires Action to Regenerate the World’s Soils

Join Climate Week NYC September 21-27, 2020.

Climate Week NYC 2020 Focuses on How to Rebuild After COVID-19

New on the Podcast: Marion Nestle Discusses Her New Book and the Current State of Food Politics

Working toward a more equitable food system, these 14 Latinx food heroes are reshaping every aspect of the food industry, from farming to education about healthy eating.

14 Latinx Food Change Makers

ColdHubs Is Bringing Solar-Powered Cold Storage to Farmers in Nigeria

Sustainable Iowa Land Trust secures affordable land for farmers that is protected for conservation

How a Land Trust in Iowa is Combatting Big Ag

La Morada, a Mexican restaurant in the Bronx, is feeding their community while advocating for immigrants and other marginalized groups.

Mexican Restaurant Supporting Community Through Advocacy and a Soup Kitchen

Second Helping pilot program tests how to connect food banks to farm surplus via part-time gig laborers

Second Helping Pilot Program Tests Potential for Domestic App-Based Farm Labor

Founded by undergraduates at UC Berkeley, Herbicide-Free Campus works to eliminate synthetic herbicides from schools across America.

Student Activists Lead Grassroots Movement to Ban Synthetic Herbicides

Niman Ranch Event Highlights Resilience vs. Efficiency in the Food System

Climate Week NYC 2020 Focuses on How to Rebuild After COVID-19

Climate Week NYC, this year’s largest climate summit, will take place virtually between September 21-27, 2020. It will feature hundreds of events on food, clean energy, policy, and more.

New on the Podcast: Marion Nestle Discusses Her New Book and the Current State of Food Politics

Marion Nestle’s new book Let’s Ask Marion: What You Need to Know about the Politics of Food, Nutrition, and Health examines a wide range of issues from school lunches, cultured meat, superfoods, and self-medicating with dietary supplements.

14 Latinx Food Change Makers

In recognition of National Latinx Heritage Month, Food Tank is celebrating the contributions of Latinx individuals across the food system.

ColdHubs Is Bringing Solar-Powered Cold Storage to Farmers in Nigeria

50 percent of produce is lost post-harvest in Nigeria. ColdHubs aims to change this through the company’s solar powered coolers.

How a Land Trust in Iowa is Combatting Big Ag

The Sustainable Iowa Land Trust secures affordable land for farmers so they can grow food sustainably for generations to come.

Mexican Restaurant Supporting Community Through Advocacy and a Soup Kitchen

La Morada is helping people affected by COVID-19 and other marginalized communities.

Second Helping Pilot Program Tests Potential for Domestic App-Based Farm Labor

The Second Helping pilot program by the World Wildlife Fund looks to connect food banks to farm surplus with the help of a new gig-labor force.

Student Activists Lead Grassroots Movement to Ban Synthetic Herbicides

In response to thousands of claims that its weedkiller Roundup causes cancer, the multinational corporation Bayer announced a new legal settlement. But according to student-led organization Herbicide-Free Campus, Bayer’s proposal falls short of protecting public health.

Niman Ranch Event Highlights Resilience vs. Efficiency in the Food System

In the panel “Resilience vs. Efficiency,” moderated by Danielle Nierenberg, author Michael Pollan, Niman Ranch’s Paul Willis, and Tanka’s Bar Dawn Sherman discuss what resilience looks like in the food system today.

National Black Farmers’ Association Calls For Boycott Against John Deere

The National Black Farmers’ Association President John Boyd call for boycotts against John Deere for having “little respect for black farmers.”

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