California’s Full Belly Farm Proving That Organic Family Farms Can Also Be Profitable

Full Belly Farm is an innovative example of a small farming enterprise that has pioneered the use of organic agriculture and agricultural diversity.

The Taste of Comfort for Syrian Refugees

As violence ravages their home and life savings disappear, many Syrian refugees are getting a taste of the home with the U.N. World Food Program’s (WFP) voucher-based food aid. According to an article published by WFP, nearly 200,000 Syrians have fled the violent conflict to nearby…

Algal Blooms Continue to Threaten Lake Erie Ecosystem

The extreme algal blooms in Lake Erie have been growing increasingly since 2011. This is due to both climate change and farming practices.

Register to Attend the Innovative Ideas to Change the World Contest!

On May 21, the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) will host the Innovative Ideas to Feed the World Competition.

Food Hero Series: Rose Karimi, Women Going Green

Rose Karimi developed Women Going Green, a project aimed at improving climate change adaptation and food security for smallholder women coffee farmers in Kenya.

BCFN YES! 2012 Finalist Profile: Wahyu Wijaya

BCFN YES! finalist, Wahyu Wijaya’s seeks a process to turn microalgae into a food ingredient high in nutrition and low on environmental impact.

BCFN YES! 2012 Finalist Profile: Francesca Allievi

Francesca Allievi, BCFN YES! 2012 Finalist, looks to create an easy to read food label that describes products’ healthfulness and environmental sustainability.

Salmon Populations and Their Habitat Threatened by Proposed Mining Operation

Plans to build a large-scale mining operation puts Alaskan salmon, fishermen, and an entire ecosystem at risk.

Slow Fish Event: The Sea Belongs to Everyone

Genoa, Italy’s Porto Antico will host the sixth bi-annual Slow Fish event from May 9th -12th to raise awareness about the sea and promote good, clean and fair f

BCFN YES! 2012 Finalist Profile: Katarzyna Dembska

BCFN YES! Finalist, Katarzyna Dembska’s project shows that consuming less animal protein in one’s diet is a boon for water resource conservation.