For Mindy and Drew Duff, sustainability also means being able to keep farming in the family.
The Kenyons knew they needed to find a stable market that would allow them to raise their hogs humanely and sustainably.
Carlson Family Farm gives their hogs plenty of time outdoors so they have the freedom to move and express their natural habits.
Farmers, food systems advocates, and business leaders discuss the ways that food systems can help to empower people and support the planet.
During this virtual panel, Food Tank’s President Danielle Nierenberg will moderate a discussion with the founders and sponsors of Do Good Foods, a new company aiming to tackle food waste by diverting grocery store food waste to high-quality animal feed. Panelists will include founders Justin and Matt Kamine, chefs Sam Kass and Tom Colicchio, and former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Ann Veneman.
This event is convened by Global Counsel and is part of the UN Food Systems Summit Dialogues. This dialogue explores routes to sustainable meat production and consumption as it welcomes high-level keynotes speakers and panelists. Food Tank’s president, Danielle Nierenberg, will help moderate this event.
Peter Byck is a professor at Arizona State University and the director, producer and writer of Carbon Nation, a filmmaking project telling stories of regenerative agriculture (which can be found at www.carboncowboys.org). Byck aims to convey how regenerative land practices can mitigate climate change through his filmmaking and academic research.
The climate crisis threatens restaurants and the livelihood of workers. The time is now to reconsider our diets and the impact that consumers’ eating habits have on the planet.
The EU’s new Farm to Fork strategy marks a turning point in climate change legislation, setting forth principles to alleviate the environmental and social impacts of food production and food consumption