Over 20 local family farms in Maine supply into Pineland’s three companies (beef, potatoes, and dairy), with profits being reinvested back into the community.
More investment in women farmers will help alleviate hunger and poverty and will lead to more social justice and empowerment for girls and women.
Feeding America released the 2014 Hunger in America report, which examines the characteristics and challenges of households receiving charitable assistance.
Despite increasing pressure to corporatize, family farming remains the primary source of agricultural production in Australia.
Leigh Adcock, Executive Director of WFAN, is dedicated to making room for women farmers.
Serena Milano is protecting traditional food cultures with the Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity.
Small Island Developing States are becoming the focus of IFAD’s development discussions.
A sound agricultural innovation system requires a combination of diverse extension service schemes that mobilize a variety of methods to educate smallholders.