Bowery’s technology-based farming breaks from traditional agricultural practices by growing plants indoors in vertical rows without any pesticides.
The Growing New Farmers Program uses a mix of hands-on training in a USDA-Certified Organic Farm and classroom experience to prepare the next generation of farmers and food system leaders. Applications are now open for this eight-month program offered by Lowcountry Local First.
The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) aims to make links in eco-agri-food systems visible as a result of their TEEBAgriFood project.
Suren Sewchuran spoke with Food Tank about the work of Abalimi Bezekhaya, an organization focused on using urban agriculture to improve food security in South Africa.
Planet Forward is seeking contenders in the Storyfest contest, held in conjunction with the 2017 Planet Forward Summit.
In countries of East Africa, Send a Cow’s training experts share new ideas about gender equality and organic agriculture in order to bring balance and self-sufficiency to communities.
BCFN’s YES! Research Grant Competition supports sustainable research from young scientists.
Grameen Foundation initiated FarmerLink in the Davao region of the Philippines, which combines satellite data and farm data collected by mobile-equipped field agents to predict and detect threats from climate-sensitive pests and disease.
Ken Cook, President and Co-Founder of the Environmental Working Group, is speaking at the third annual D.C. Food Tank Summit.
Another victory for Impossible Foods as the Impossible Burger continues to gain traction in the restaurant industry as the standard for plant-based meat.