CORAF works directly with farmers to develop solutions, enabling communities to own the process and the results.
Empowering Food Sheroes to Heal Communities: WANDA’s Mission to Achieve Nutrition Equity
WANDA is uplifting the voices of Black women in food as they work to transform and heal their communities.
In the Face of Setbacks, the Anti-Hunger Movement Presses On
“I believe that no one wants children to go hungry. Nobody wants families to go hungry,” says Rev. Eugene Cho. “Nobody wants farmers in urban and rural contexts to go hungry.”
Driving the Food Movement Forward One Edible Garden at a Time
The benefits of growing food in school gardens have the potential to extend far beyond the classroom.
You Can’t Improve What You Don’t Measure: The Data Shaping U.S. Food Systems
Data from the USDA’s Census of Agriculture influences decisions that will shape the future of food and farming systems in the United States.
Can Corporate Accountability Drive Climate Action?
The World Business Council for Sustainable Development wants to help companies develop shared metrics and objectives to drive positive food systems transformation.
Is Recycling Urine the Secret to Building Sustainable Food Systems?
Through urine recycling, the Rich Earth Institute wants to provide farmers with an alternative to synthetic fertilizers and protect the environment.
What Will Be the Legacy of Today’s Young Farmer Advocates?
Young farmer are advocating for changes that will allow them to develop resilient regional food systems that benefit people and the land.
Celebrating and Reimagining Soul Food
On Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg, Christopher Carter discusses the history of soul food, Black veganism, and staying true to his values.