Today, Food Tank celebrates the International Day for Biological Diversity with five ways to support healthy, diverse ecosystems and sustainable water supplies.
Food Tank interviews Janell Kapoor about the Ashevillage Institute’s new holistic Urban Farm School in Asheville, North Carolina.
Francesca Allievi, BCFN YES! 2012 Finalist, looks to create an easy to read food label that describes products’ healthfulness and environmental sustainability.
April 26-28 is Global Youth Service Day, the perfect follow-up to a weekend of Earth Day action.
Artists from the roots-rap-reggae band Earth Amplified bring music, food, health, and economic opportunity to food deserts in Oakland.
EARTH University is training the next generation of agricultural researchers to revolutionize small-scale family farming from the ground up.
The organization Kosegare in Japan encourages young people from farming families to leave high-stress jobs in cities and start new businesses back home.
For many Ugandans, farming is a career of last resort. Project DISC is changing that, inspiring a generation of farmers through sustainable school gardens.
This Earth Day, we’ll be highlighting the importance of farming for protecting biodiversity, creating economic opportunities, and improving nutrition