Indigenous Crop: Quandong, the scarlet desert peach

The Australian desert peach known as quandong contains twice the vitamin C of an orange and produces an edible nut.

Local to Global Connections

Anuradha Mittal, director of the Oakland Institute, explains how research informs the public and affects policy.

On Our Land – The machinery behind one of the world’s major land grabs in Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea is home to the world’s third-largest rainforest – and the fastest, biggest land grab on the planet.

Food Tank Book of the Week: The Coming Famine: The Global Food Crisis and What We Can Do to Avoid it

Julian Cribb illuminates what he calls, Humanity’s greatest test—how do we feed a growing population with less?

Hawaii’s Big Island Bans GMO Crops

The mayor of Hawaii’s Big Island, Billy Kenoi, signed Bill 113 into law, banning biotech and GMO.

Sustainability Reigns Supreme in the Culinary Forecast of 2014

The National Restaurant Association’s (NRA) annual culinary forecast shows that sustainability will be a top trend in 2014.

Regressions in Decision-Making and Policy-Setting Procedures Pertaining to Animal Farming

The Center for a Livable Future released its analysis of the impact of the Pew Commission’s report and recommendations. The findings are shocking.

When Less is More; Farmers Are Reaping the Benefits of No-till Agriculture

No-till agriculture can help farmers reduce erosion, improve soil quality, and sequester carbon in soils.

Family Farmers in the Philippines Knock at Hotel Door

Doing business in the Philippines can be different, especially when trying to introduce a totally new concept- Farm to Hotel marketing.

10 Exciting Urban Agriculture Projects in Philadelphia

Looking for ways to get involved in some great urban agriculture in the City of Brotherly Love? Check out these projects that we love!

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