Five college students won $5,000 at this year’s @WegePrize for their plan to recycle waste into sustainable fertilizer. The group projects that their organic fertilizer will cut costs for rural farmers by 35 percent.
Hans Herren, who won the 1995 World Food Prize for biological pest control, argues that Africa still does not need genetically modified cassava. Rather, natural solutions can treat pests and keep the soil and crops healthy.
The global food system needs transforming. Family farmers can get us there, through agroecology and the equitable use of resources.
On “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg,” Dani speaks with the Director of Programs – Native Agriculture and Food Systems for First Nations Development Institute, A-dae Romero-Briones. They discuss the work First Nations, kincentric ecology and land stewardship, as well as…
A Seasonal Food Guide from FoodPrint is teaching the public about seasonal eating based on which produce is in season by location.
In this month’s Niman Ranch Farmer Friday Feature, Food Tank talks with Chad and Tammy Ingels family about multi-generational farming, sustainable agriculture, and community engagement.
A recent study suggests reintroducing wild crops to bolster food security, restore local ecosystems, and improve community health in desert regions.
Agriculture subsidies have the potential to fund conservation efforts that mitigate climate change and increase food security, according to a new report.
On the latest episode of the podcast, featuring conversations with Baldemar Velásquez of FLOC, Teresa Romero of the UFW, and Sonia Singh and Suzanne Adely of the Food Chain Workers Alliance, focuses on farm workers, climate change, and protections for essential workers.