Taking Sustainable Farming Vertical

In May, the Association for Vertical Farming completed a successful, and first ever, international Vertical Farming Innovation Award.

New Report Reveals Influence of Pesticide Lobby on Bee Protections

Friends of the Earth released a report revealing the role of the pesticide industry in weakening pollinator protection policies.

Innovation in the Fields: A Growing Culture is Connecting Farmers in a New Way

In agriculture, collective knowledge can lead to a more sustainable food system.

Perfectly Imperfect – The First Produce Distributor in the U.S. to Start Ugly Produce Delivery

Cleveland produce distributor Forrest City Weingart breaks the \’93standards\’94 with perfectly imperfect.

Closer Look at Rural Gives Sacramento New Economic Direction

Sacramento\’92s local food strategy grows non-farm jobs.

Eight Countries Taking Action Against Harmful Food Marketing

Countries around the world are taking action to combat harmful junk-food advertising.

Looking for Food in All the Wrong Places

Farmers in Mozambique are finding creative ways to work together and overcome drought.

Andrew Youn On Ending Poverty in Our Lifetimes

Andrew Youn explains the three reasons why we can end poverty in our lifetimes.

U.S. to Send Peanuts to Haiti Despite Controversy From Aid Groups

The USDA\’92s decision to send surplus peanuts to Haiti is facing pushback from aid groups and farmers.

Dirt, Democracy, and Organic Farming: A Recipe to Feed the World

Friends of the Earth released a new report on how we can create a food system that feeds all people, now and into the future.