U.S. Farmers Need Incentives to Grow Organic Grains

Incentivizing American organic grain production can help reduce synthetic fertilizer use and import dependencies while generating farmer income and healthier soil.

Cutting Postharvest Food Loss and Waste

The Postharvest Education Foundation (PEF) supplies small and medium scale farmers with technologies to reduce food loss and waste.

Ukrainian Farmers Fight to Stay Alive

Ukrainian farmers report that inputs ranging from seeds and labor to veterinary medications and livestock feed are in short supply.

Know Thy Farmer

When the soil microbiome is healthy and in balance, it directly, positively, impacts the health of the plants that grow in it.

“We Have to Move Away From this Notion that Agriculture Is Unskilled Labor,” Says Jenet DeCosta

During a conversation about farm workers and immigration policy, speakers emphasize that “we can’t forget the individuals that provide us with our food.”

Empowering Haitian Farmers Through Investment in Local Food Systems

Acceso Haiti, a social enterprise, empowers smallholder farming families through market access and investment in local food systems.

Livestock Farmers in Afghanistan Face Crisis

The Taliban takeover threatens livestock farmers in Afghanistan, leaving them vulnerable to climate and economic shocks in an increasingly unstable country.

2nd International Agrobiodiversity Congress Highlights Importance of Crop Diversity

The Reawakened Foods Initiative recently featured storytellers who are working to raise awareness of agrobiodiversity around the world.

Film Festival Highlights Small-Scale Farmers’ Collaboration Across Africa and South America

Farmers highlight several new techniques they developed to improve the health of their crops and communities.

Latin American Banana Production Faces Threats from Disease

The presence of TR4, the banana fruit’s deadliest disease, threatens banana production in Latin America.

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