In these water-scarce times, direct-seeded rice can help farmers reduce water and labor inputs while maintaining or even improving rice yields.
Food Tank highlights new research showing how family farms, can nourish the world while protecting the environment in a new report, Food Tank by the Numbers.
Waste management and soil scientists meet to discuss using human excretion to fertilize farms and gardens.
These three tools make number crunching fast, easy, and fun!
Cyanobacterial bio-fertilizer can be an environmentally-friendly and affordable nitrogen-rich fertilizer which farmers can use to improve soil fertility.
John Georges invented the Tree T Pee to improve tree growth and conserve water.
The System of Rice Intensification (SRI) practices and ideas can help “feed the world,” support family farmers, and help protect the environment.
Le Laboratoire unites art and science to innovate designs that may promote environmental sustainability.
Together we can be that generation and find solutions to nourish both people and the planet! Here are 14 food resolutions for 2014.
Highlighting a few #GivingTuesday efforts we found particularly interesting; including Cluck-o-grams and grow-a-row.