As the climate crisis advances, the International Center for Biosaline Agriculture is working to support sustainable livelihoods and food security in resource-scarce regions.
The teams participating in the training program are working to ensure that their communities can access healthy food options.
These 28 organizations are working to build a more resilient, equitable food system in Chicago, IL.
Tamar Haspel’s To Boldly Grow details the author’s journey moving to Cape Cod and committing to eat at least one food that she produced every day.
Hosted by CEFS, the Symposium on Agriculture, Food Systems, and Climate Change will highlight research and farming practices that support resilient food and agriculture systems in North Carolina.
The climate crisis, colonization, and prioritizing yield above all else has resulted in the loss of the world’s biodiversity.
Chefs Tonya and David Thomas speak about their business H3irloom Food Group, uplifting the Black food narrative, and food education.
During a recent event on Capitol Hill, lawmakers, policy experts, and advocates fighting food waste called on Congress to pass legislation that can help keep surplus food out of landfills and redirect it to those in need. The event was…
Loiter, a nonprofit in East Cleveland, Ohio, is reimagining a brighter future founded on economic justice for the city’s residents.