Danielle Nierenberg
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Danielle Nierenberg is President of Food Tank and an expert on sustainable agriculture and food issues. She has written extensively on gender and population, the spread of factory farming in the developing world and innovations in sustainable agriculture.

Healing the Land, Grazing for Solutions

Allan Savory’s vision for a more sustainable food system, the “Savory Grazing Method,” facing criticism, and his long-term plans for The Savory Institute.

Five ways System of Rice Intensification (SRI) practices and ideas can help “feed the world”

The System of Rice Intensification (SRI) practices and ideas can help “feed the world,” support family farmers, and help protect the environment.

101 Additional Organizations to Watch in 2014

The response was so overwhelming from our list of 101 organizations to follow in 2014 that we compiled 101 more organizations, based on your recommendations.

101 Organizations to Watch in 2014

Food Tank is excited to highlight 101 organizations to watch in 2014.

14 Food Resolutions to Bring in The New Year

Together we can be that generation and find solutions to nourish both people and the planet! Here are 14 food resolutions for 2014.

15 Books For Future Foodies

15 books that will make great gifts for your child, niece, nephew, or grandchild this holiday!

Ageless Agriculture

Food Tank focuses on the challenges–and opportunities–older people have in accessing healthy foods and also how they’re sharing their knowledge with youth.

IYFF Video Release: Making the Case for Family Farming

Food Tank is thrilled to be collaborating with the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) all next year to promote the IYFF, starting with this video!

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.

VIDEO: Going forward by going back – 15 indigenous crops feeding the world

A newly released video by Food Tank explores the environmental sustainability, nutrition, and financial security produced by enset, an indigenous crop.