World’s poorest need land rights to cope with climate change

Families and communities most impacted by climate change –and by our responses to it– do not have secure land rights and therefore face added vulnerabilities.

Report Finds Credit Access Limited for Farmers in Nigeria

Nigerian farmers lack access to credit, despite problems, reforms are in place to help strengthen the agriculture sector in Nigeria.

Baking Behind Bars

Culinary skills may reduce recidivism rates in Denmark.

In the Nation’s Capital, Sharing the Wealth of Abundance

Arcadia Center for Sustainable Food and Agriculture tackles the D.C. food system, holistically.

An Interview with Tina Koral, founder of the Illinois-based GardenWorks Project

Tina Koral talks about her work with the GardenWorks Project, a non-profit in Illinois, that provides garden access and education to local residents in need.

PASA’s 23rd Annual Farming for the Future Conference is Going Back to Nature

“Letting Nature Lead,” the theme of this year’s PASA Farming for the Future Conference, focuses on turning back to the Earth to determine farming strategies.

Why Kenya must not pass its revised marriage property bill

Women having secure rights to land is not just good for women, their families and communities – it is good for Kenya.

IYFF: The Last Push for 100 Gardens in 100 Days in Africa

In September, Slow Food International announced a new project, 100 Days for 100 Gardens, aiming to create 100 new food gardens in Africa by the end of the year.

The University of Vermont Food Systems Summit: What’s on Your Plate?

The University of Vermont Food Systems Summit is a yearly discussion of food systems issues by food systems experts.

Changing Lives – Urban Farmers of Nairobi

The Mazingira Institute creates “the opportunity to see tomorrow” through transforming urban farming attitudes and access in Nairobi.