Ellen Gustafson shares the many inputs required to produce food and explains that cheap junk food might not actually be so cheap.
A recently published article in the New York Times suggests we should invest as many research dollars in understanding the biology of obesity as we do behavior.
Michele Pfannenstiel uses her unique background in the army and veterinary medicine to fill a niche as food safety consultant for Farmer Veteran Coalition (FVC)
The Harvesting Nutrition Contest calls on applicants with projects that bridge the gaps between agriculture, food security, and nutrition.
TED’s class of 2014 Fellows will focus on “ideas worth spreading;” among them are three fellows cultivating a better food system.
A recent tragedy in Bihar, India brought attention to flaws in India’s Mid Day Meal Scheme, which reaches 120 million students in 1.2 million schools.
Growing Home combines two important missions into one initiative: workforce development and production of fresh, organic produce.