A recent study determined that the targeted management of diabetes and diet among low-income populations at food banks resulted in disease improvement.
Investing in Agroecology: Study Reveals Lack of Funding for Sustainable Ag Research
A new study quantifies the amount of U.S. Department of Agriculture dollars funding sustainable agriculture research and development.
USDA’s New Farmers Web Tool Provides Resources, Training for Farmers of All Kinds
The USDA’s New Farmers web tool provides new and young farmers, veterans, women in agriculture, and farmers in transition with the necessary tools for success.
Biochar Might Be Ag’s Biggest Innovation in Years
A humble-looking black charcoal could be an option for mitigating carbon while increasing crop yields and soil fertility. Is it too good to be true?
Real, Good Food: Chef-Advocate Maria Hines Serves up More than Dinner
Chef Maria Hines is a powerhouse advocate for real, organic food. Food Tank spoke with her to find out more about her excellent work.
Community Forests International Plants Trees and Livelihoods on Pemba Island
Community Forests International has helped Pemban communities plant over one million trees and establish agroforestry systems to provide fruit and timber.
HungerFree Doubles Up Its Efforts to End Global Hunger
Food Tank sat down with HungerFree’s Paul Newnham to find out more about the growing movement to end global hunger.