The role of aquatic foods and water management is crucial to developing more resilient communities and mitigating the climate crisis.
Women, particularly those in Indigenous communities around the world, have been working the land for generations and know what works, says Chief Caleen Sisk.
The Asian Seafood Improvement Collaborative (ASIC) seeks to empower Asian seafood producers, processors, and distributors by establishing place-based social and environmental standards.
During a recent interview, farmer, activist, and Co-Founder of the Women, Food and Agriculture Network (WFAN) Denise O’Brien discussed the importance of cultivating women farmers’ leadership skills and including them in decision making processes. In the 1990s, O’Brien helped launch…
U.S. Congress should shift funding toward more promising ecological programs that will support farmers.
Food 4 Farmers collaborates with coffee-growing communities in Latin America to build thriving local food hubs, diversify family income, promote sustainable agricultural practices, and cultivate local leadership.
Women in Tunisia are increasingly involved in livestock activities. Facilitating their access to training and resources could save Tunisia’s degraded rangelands and contribute to climate change adaptation.
Farafena, a Vancouver-based company, is supporting women smallholder farmers in Mali, developing local economies, and committing to transparent supply chains.