More investment in women farmers will help alleviate hunger and poverty and will lead to more social justice and empowerment for girls and women.
Young generations are becoming more interested in agriculture through hip hop, reality TV shows about young food producers, and stories of farmer “superheroes.”
Under the Mango Tree is a forthcoming film about how food repaired the relationship between the mentally ill homeless and the citizens of Tamale, Ghana.
The newest How Does it Grow? episode takes viewers to Christopher Ranch, the largest garlic producer in the U.S., to tell the story of how garlic grows.
Shamba Shape Up, a Kenyan agricultural television program, visits a different farm each week educate small farmers.
Vegetable Literacy is a cookbook that looks to nature for innovations in the kitchen.
Faith Gilbert’s new guidebook addresses the challenges of small-scale farms and provides a path for them to compete with big agricultural businesses.
Food Tank Book of the Week: The Seed Underground. Saving the world, one seed at a time.
Food Tank talks with Sarah Elton about her book, “Consumed,” and her thoughts on the food movement.
Food Tank’s new video, produced in collaboration with Greener Media, reveals that when family farmers have the right tools, they have limitless potential.