Tina Koral talks about her work with the GardenWorks Project, a non-profit in Illinois, that provides garden access and education to local residents in need.
“Letting Nature Lead,” the theme of this year’s PASA Farming for the Future Conference, focuses on turning back to the Earth to determine farming strategies.
In September, Slow Food International announced a new project, 100 Days for 100 Gardens, aiming to create 100 new food gardens in Africa by the end of the year.
TEDxManhattan’s “Changing the Way We Eat” is a full-day event featuring a dynamic and diverse group of speakers addressing issues with food movement.
Community Food Lab project is about rebuilding the relationship between cities and food, bringing new value to the health, economy and sustainability of cities.
The Midwest Organic & Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) provides farmers with resources to make organic farming easy.
Bicycle Coffee co-founder Cameron McKee shares how two simple passions — riding bikes and drinking good coffee — led to the growth of a sustainable business.
Save a Spud (US$15.00) from Oxfam America Unwrapped is a gift that will keep potatoes fresh, reducing waste and fighting hunger!
Xao Ban is a women run cooperative that works with Lao households to produce natural foods and increase local employment levels.