Paul Willis and Niman Ranch are fighting back against the “big pig” pork industry, finding a place in the market for the small family farmer.
The Botany of Desire by Michael Pollan explains how plants have appealed to human desires but are losing their diversity as human control takes over.
Driptech is an inexpensive and user-friendly drip irrigation technology which allows farmers in the developing world to save water in these water-scarce times.
Niman offers the convenience of ordering from a larger brand with the conscience of knowing the animals lived better lives.
Ideas for a sustainable food future will be shared at an international food and nutrition forum this November.
The George Washington University’s Planet Forward Project hosted Feeding the Planet Summit, bringing together experts to discuss feeding a growing population.
Chefs and seed breeders form one of the most powerful partnerships changing today’s food system.
Recent evidence shows that grants from USDA Farmers Market Promotion Program were effective in promoting local food systems.
India’s urban populations are growing, but cities such as Nanded are embracing the change by incorporating agriculture into urban planning.