High school students in Paraguay become entrepreneurs when a microfinance institution takes over their agricultural high school.
Greater use of improved seed and fertilizer will not be enough for sustainable farming systems in Africa, according to new article on fertilizer subsidy programs.
Responding to Ebola, this initiative distributed thousands of tons of seeds to the countries most affected by the crisis.
Groceries for a good cause? Fonio may be the answer. Food industry veteran Philip Teverow’s newest initiative, Yolélé Foods, makes it easy to try this new super-grain and make a difference in the lives of West African farmers.
The Green Revolution promoted industrialized growing of high-yield crops to prevent hunger. In India, though, this destroyed biodiversity. Now, the GREEN Foundation is working to restore indigenous farming there.
The international crop research group, ICRISAT, is finding new and innovative ways to re-popularize millets and sorghum—traditional, nutritious, low-impact, and drought-friendly crops—in the semi-arid tropical regions of Africa and India.
Speakers at the 2018 Global Food Security Symposium on “Youth for Growth” discuss following the lead of youth and farmers in food and agriculture.
Women farmers from Africa, Asia, or Latin America are eligible for Grow Ahead scholarships to attend agroecology or regenerative organic agriculture workshops and trainings.
Farms for Orphans’ founder, Amy Franklin, discusses her inspiration for the nonprofit and its goals for insect farming in the DRC and beyond.
The theme for this year’s World Water Day is “Nature for Water.” Read more about the annual UNESCO World Water Development Report and opportunities to combine traditional water infrastructure projects with nature-based solutions.