MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger has recently launched The Hunger Museum to share the story of hunger throughout America’s past, and reveal how this can shape a hunger-free future.
GrowNYC Workers Secure Historic Union Victory, Paving the Way for Better Conditions in the Food Supply Chain
The victory comes three weeks after a delegation of GrowNYC employees demanded voluntary recognition of their union.
New Report from Chicago Council and Rockefeller Foundation Charts Path to Zero Hunger in an Equitable World Amid Global Crises
A new report offers a framework of hope, envisioning a hunger-free world and community-based decision making.
New York City Commits to 33 Percent Reduction in Food-Based Emissions by 2030 to Combat Climate Change
New York City Mayor’s Office of Food Policy announced the city’s commitment to reducing food-based emissions by 33 percent by 2030.
AgriPath: Working to Benefit Women and Youth Smallholders in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia
Three organizations have partnered in the development of Agripath, a project which will test the effectiveness of digital, in-person, and hybrid extension services across five countries over five years.
World’s First Vaccine to Save Honeybees from Deadly Disease Approved by USDA
The USDA recently approved the first-ever vaccine to address the global decline of the honeybee population.
New Report Reveals Critical Need for Increased Funding for Agricultural Research in 2023 Farm Bill
The report identifies the 2023 Farm as a key opportunity to increase funding for the agricultural research and development necessary for domestic and international growth and security.
24,000 Families to Receive Food Boxes to Combat Food Insecurity During Ramadan
ICNA Relief’s Ramadan Food Box initiative is responding to food insecurity across the nation through providing culturally significant options during the month of Ramadan.
Food Tank’s Winter 2023 Reading List
Covering topics from Indigenous knowledge systems to the impact of the climate crisis on the wine industry, these 20 books will carry readers through the winter.