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.

Become a Revolutionary—Grow Your Own Food!

You too can make a difference in our food system: grow your own food!

VIDEO: The Stinkin’ Truth About Garlic

The newest How Does it Grow? episode takes viewers to Christopher Ranch, the largest garlic producer in the U.S., to tell the story of how garlic grows.

Reaching Across Boundaries: Broad-Based Investment Strategies For Improved Land Use

Collaborating to improve landscape management: A new report outlines innovative approaches to financing and investment strategies.

A U.S. World Cup of Food Waste

A push to reduce U.S. food waste by the next World Cup in 2018.

Climate-Smart Agriculture Hits the 21st Century

“Climate-smart” agriculture – agriculture that is productive, resilient, and part of the solution to the climate problem – must become the new paradigm.

Book of the Week: The Seed Underground: A Growing Revolution to Save Food

Food Tank Book of the Week: The Seed Underground. Saving the world, one seed at a time.

How Smallholder Farmer Access to ICTs are Improving Farming

The Global Forum on Agricultural Research is working to improve access to ICT technologies for better farming.

Helping the Food and Restaurant Industry Take the High Road

Despite it’s monumental size and profitability, the restaurant industry still contains six of the ten lowest paying jobs in the United States.

Earth Day: Promoting Urban Revitalization and Green Cities

Earth Day is an annual celebration of the planet’s biodiversity and an opportunity to highlight solutions to some of the world’s most pressing challenges.

Edible Institute: Bringing Together Leaders for a Better Food System

Food Tank highlight five of the many Edible publications who are a voice for the good food movement. Join us at the Edible institute May 10-11!