With a Guaranteed Market for their Hogs, Farmers Don’t Need to “Get Big or Get Out”

When fifth generation farmer Joe Mickelson transitioned to small-scale diversification, he discovered that raising pigs in the open air was a new—and much more enjoyable—experience. 

Op-Ed: Can Africa Be Sustainably Food Self-Sufficient?

Interventions must feed the growing population while reducing pressure on biodiversity and natural resources.

Wasting Food is Wasting Water: Unveiling Food’s Water Footprint

GRACE Communications Foundation helps individuals and policy makers reduce the water footprint of food by providing education on how to make choices that waste less water through the Water Footprint of Food Quiz and Guide.

What Will Be the Most Effective Way of Overcoming the “Hurricane of Hunger”?

Soil degradation in sub-Saharan Africa is resulting in increasing rates of hunger.

Report Highlights Growth and Challenges for Organic Farmers

OFRF hopes the report helps to empower organic producers to grow and continue to implement climate-friendly practices.

Our Healing Begins in the Soil

Regenerative Organic Certification was designed to raise the bar for farmers, food producers, and brands.

New Report Shows That More Colleges Have Every Reason to Ditch Toxic Pesticides

Transitioning to organic practices can have economic, environmental, and health benefits, research shows.

Congress Should Pull the Plug on USAID’S Failing African Green Revolution

U.S. Congress should shift funding toward more promising ecological programs that will support farmers.

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.

How Fungi Can Help Solve the Climate Crisis

The Fungi Foundation is raising awareness about the essential role mushrooms and other fungi play.

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