Take the National Young Farmers Coalition’s survey to let Congress know #FarmersCount.
Chocothon, a collaborative initiative for cocoa farmers, kicks off on January 18.
A for-profit food waste reduction and recovery company based in San Francisco, CA, Copia has the first end-to-end waste reduction and recovery technology available.
The SmartSOIL (Sustainable farm management aimed at reducing threats to SOILs under climate change) project brought together researchers and professionals from various universities and institutes in Europe to develop options to increase soil organic carbon.
The European Parliament’s Independent Research Service released an encouraging report about the health benefits of eating organically.
Baldor Specialty Foods achieved its goal of zero food waste by 2017 through the SparCs program, which utilized functional approach to food waste by prioritizing human consumption.
Climate changes will continue to intensify so Americans need to do their part to waste less food. Consumers’ impact is bigger than previously thought.
According to a 2015 report from the World Food Programme (WFP), climate change presents risks to the whole food system, from production, through distribution to consumption. Since the U.S. produces 40 percent of the world’s corn, production shocks in the U.S. impact global prices. The U.N. Environme
Kiss the Ground is leveraging a simple concept, soil carbon sequestration, to improve agriculture and edible gardening.
The soil is made up of air, water, decayed plant residue, organic matter, and minerals, such as sand, silt, and clay. Increasing soil organic matter typically improves soil health, as this organic matter affects several critical soil functions. Healthy soils are also porous, which allows air and wat