Urban gardening in Ethiopia brings a livelihood and critical nutrition to people living with HIV.
Johns Hopkins’s Center for a Livable Future supports research connecting aquaculture and public health.
This International Year of Family Farming series post features three small farmer groups that are helping farmers to succeed by pooling knowledge and resources.
Food Tank’s World Health Day series spotlights how changes in both food and agriculture systems can address the world’s health problems.
Guidelines passed by the FAO support food security by promoting fair processes for land rights and land access.
The Trees That Feed Foundation plants edible trees in developing nations that feed people, create jobs, and protect the environment.
The University of Vermont’s New Farmer Project provides resources, training and support for aspiring farmers.
What role do biofuels have in reducing carbon footprints, mitigating climate change and do they really displace food?
The United Nations has designated next year, 2014, the International Year of the Family Farmer (IYFF), and preparations around the world are already beginning.