There’s so much that each of us can do to build a stronger foundation for the world’s food and agriculture systems.
The next Farm Bill is likely to be the most expensive one in U.S. history. What can we expect?
The Farm Bill, which is rewritten and renewed every five years, governs agricultural and food programs in the United States, but its impacts are global.
Practical Farmers of Iowa is working to build resilient farms and communities by diversifying the state’s agriculture landscape.
The report identifies the 2023 Farm as a key opportunity to increase funding for the agricultural research and development necessary for domestic and international growth and security.
Senior decision-makers met at the Regenerative Agriculture and Food Systems Summit to discuss opportunities and challenges for the future of sustainable agriculture practices.
There is a critical need for investment in small and future farmers. Their growth and ability to thrive is intimately tied to healthy food, healthy people, and robust rural communities.
“I believe that no one wants children to go hungry. Nobody wants families to go hungry,” says Rev. Eugene Cho. “Nobody wants farmers in urban and rural contexts to go hungry.”