Policy and Organizing

Food Recovery in Marin County, California

ExtraFood works to end hunger and minimize food waste in Marin County, where approximately 50,000 people are unsure of where their next meal will come from.

Project Green Challenge 2016 Sparks Change

Project Green Challenge consists of 30 days of environmentally-themed challenges to encourage environmental stewardship amongst students and future generations.

One Hundred Thousand Beating Hearts focuses on regenerative farming

As a re-generational farmer Will Harris manages a living ecosystem centered on sustainability, animal welfare, and humane agricultural and environmental stewardship.

The Organic Center Report Says Organic Livestock Can Combat Antibiotic Resistance

A recent report by The Organic Center asserts that organic meat is “the best choice” consumers can make to protect against antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

Environmental Working Group Highlights Agroecology as Solution to World Hunger

A new report from the Environmental Working Group suggests that supporting smallholder farmers demonstrates promising potential in the fight to end world hunger.

Toxic Algae Blooms Linked to Over-Fertilization and Climate Change

Recent toxic algae blooms in Florida have covered over one third of the surface area of Lake Okeechobee.

Celebrate National Farm to School Month this October

This year’s theme, One Small Step, highlights the many simple ways that one can get involved in promoting farm to school in their own communities.

More and Better’s Work on the SDGs

Food Tank recently had the opportunity to interview Aksel Naerstad, the international co-coordinator of the More and Better Network, about the Sustainable Development Goals.

Groundswell International Panel on Agroecology and Food Sovereignty

Leaders in global food sovereignty will gather for a conversation about the challenges and opportunities in implementing agroecology across the globe.