Leading researchers are helping prioritize food systems at the COP27 discussions in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, with groundbreaking new reports.
In central Iowa, small-scale hog farmer Travis Flaherty takes pride in raising his animals more sustainably, allowing them to exhibit their natural behaviors.
When fifth generation farmer Joe Mickelson transitioned to small-scale diversification, he discovered that raising pigs in the open air was a new—and much more enjoyable—experience.
Interdisciplinary collaboration can help to expand agroecology, which has the potential to feed the growing population and sustainably nourish future generations.
On Alderland Farm in Iowa, this family of hog farmers is working to raise their livestock sustainably.
Agroecology has the potential to provide the transformational change needed to solve the interconnected, global crises the world faces today.
A new compendium and corresponding regional dialogue series explore the potential of agroecology and the factors undermining its success.
For Mindy and Drew Duff, sustainability also means being able to keep farming in the family.
Organizations must consider actionable, easy to use solutions that they can introduce in their own kitchens to reduce food waste.