Innovation for Sustainability: Driptech Offers Innovative Irrigation Technology for the 21st Century

Driptech is an inexpensive and user-friendly drip irrigation technology which allows farmers in the developing world to save water in these water-scarce times.

How Does It Grow: Video Teaches Eaters Where Their Food Comes From

How Does it Grow? is a first-of-its-kind series that traces our food from the field to our fork.

SOIL Transforms Waste Into Organic Compost

SOIL is a non-profit organization “dedicated to protecting soil resources, empowering communities and transforming wastes into resources in Haiti.”

International Year of Family Farming: Enset as Women’s Business

Enset is a drought-resistant crop that requires few inputs, growing it can be an easy way for female farmers to find financial independence.

Johns Hopkins’ Center for a Livable Future Promotes Food Policy

Food Policy Networks offers resources for food policy advocates.

GOBBLE Your Way to a Waste-free Turkey Day

It’s time we stop this Turkey Day tomfoolery– Jonathan Bloom gives a handy acronym to help you trim the waste from your Thanksgiving meal!

In a World Full of Holiday Excess, Let’s Stand Up and Combat Food Waste

During the holidays, resolve to make waste in the food system part of our past, not our future.

Food Waste in Japan: How Eco-towns and Recycling Loops are Encouraging Self-Sufficiency

Food waste in Japan was equivalent to the amount of annual rice production, but Japan’s Food Recycling Law has implemented reduction methods.

Thank Food Workers this International Food Workers Week!

This International Food Workers week workers around the country are organizing to demand a raise in the minimum wage!

Will the Farmers meet the Hoteliers?

We all know the term farm to table, but have you considered farm to hotel? It’s something hoteliers around the world should consider.