Bowery’s technology-based farming breaks from traditional agricultural practices by growing plants indoors in vertical rows without any pesticides.
The Growing New Farmers Program uses a mix of hands-on training in a USDA-Certified Organic Farm and classroom experience to prepare the next generation of farmers and food system leaders. Applications are now open for this eight-month program offered by Lowcountry Local First.
Mississippi Delta Agricultural Theft Task Force unites farmers, law enforcement, and scrap metal dealers to identify farm thefts and prevent the sale of stolen property.
A new report on Mozambique and Zambia shows even smaller, less egregious land acquisitions are undermining food security in some of the world’s hungriest countries.
The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) aims to make links in eco-agri-food systems visible as a result of their TEEBAgriFood project.
BCFN’s YES! Research Grant Competition supports sustainable research from young scientists.
Justin Vandenbroeck and Fred Lake of Fleet Farming Oakland share their experience building a hyper-local food system powered by bike fleet and supported by community.
Fran Drescher, Executive Director of Cancer Schmancer, is speaking at the third annual D.C. Food Tank Summit, Let’s Build a Better Food Policy.
From March 28 to 31, your solution to food waste in Africa could be pitched at a groundbreaking conference in Kenya.
Erica Hellen, co-owner and farmer at Free Union Grass Farm, is speaking at the third annual D.C. Food Tank Summit, Let’s Build a Better Food Policy, on February 2, 2017.