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Not Your Grandpa’s Farm: Upcoming Conference to Focus the Future of Technology in Agriculture

The 9th Conference of the Asian Federation for Information Technology in Agriculture will focus on the future use of ICTs in agriculture.

Top 10+ Urban Gardens and Markets in Houston

Houston’s diverse urban agriculture projects reflect the city’s desire to grow and share healthy food with hungry Texans.

Does Organic Make Food Better For You?

A new study shows that organically-grown produce has a higher nutritional value than conventionally-grown produce.

Food for Tomorrow: The New York Times Gathers Food Experts to Discuss the Future of Food

Food for Tomorrow, organized by The New York Times, will provide a unique opportunity for collaboration on solutions to hunger, obesity, and poverty.

New Study Indicates Organic Foods are Higher in Antioxidants, Lower in Pesticides

New research shows organically grown crops have higher levels of antioxidants and lower levels of pesticides.

Fresh vs. Frozen: Who Wins the Fish Filet Fight?

For conscientious consumers, knowing the differences between fresh and frozen seafood can lead to healthier, more sustainable choices.

Food Tank’s Summer 2014 Reading List – 18 Books For A Better Food System

Food Tank’s 18 summer “must reads” for your tablet or bookshelf.

Think Global, Buy Local: A new study looks at the impact of buying local produce on local economies

Think Globally, Act Locally has been a motto of the sustainable food movement – but does it improve local economies?

NEW REPORT: Food Tank By The Numbers: Family Farming

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.

Feces Can Change the World: Using Human Excreta as Fertilizer

Waste management and soil scientists meet to discuss using human excretion to fertilize farms and gardens.