Op-Ed

Our Healing Begins in the Soil

Regenerative Organic Certification was designed to raise the bar for farmers, food producers, and brands.

African Community Leaders Tell Congress: Stop Funding African Green Revolution

Research into AGRA shows that the billion-dollar effort to double yields and incomes by 2020 for 30 million small-scale farming households has failed.

Global Food Security During the War in Ukraine: Rising Prices and the Danger of Famine In Africa and Asia

The number of malnourished people may rise by more than 8 million in the coming year as a result of Russia’s war on Ukraine.

New Report Shows That More Colleges Have Every Reason to Ditch Toxic Pesticides

Transitioning to organic practices can have economic, environmental, and health benefits, research shows.

Sowing in the Context of Hostilities in Ukraine as a Challenge to Global Food Security

As Russia’s war on Ukraine continues, farmers are facing shortages of labor and supplies.

Congress Should Pull the Plug on USAID’S Failing African Green Revolution

U.S. Congress should shift funding toward more promising ecological programs that will support farmers.

Leading Youth Food Campaigner Launches Global Manifesto to Mend ‘Broken Food System’

The global food system is the primary driver of biodiversity loss. Young people are calling for change.

Know Thy Farmer

When the soil microbiome is healthy and in balance, it directly, positively, impacts the health of the plants that grow in it.

The Role of Agaves in Presilience at the Food/Water/Energy Nexus

Arid cities in the U.S./Mexico borderlands are using succulent crops in regenerative perennial food systems to reverse and halt climate change.

You Can Help Save the Amazon One Hamburger at a Time

The #NoBeefWeek challenge was launched to raise awareness of our diets’ impact on natural resources and help protect the Amazon Rainforest.