A new study shows how land enrolled in the federal Conservation Reserve Program also significantly improves air quality in the region, which can save thousands of lives per year.
Researchers have found that planting hedgerows helps farmers sequester carbon in the soil, manage pests, and provided habitat for pollinators and other wildlife.
In the era of climate change, organic agriculture is about to win—or lose—big.
OSHA protections don’t apply to 96% of U.S. animal ag operations that hire workers. When people die, OSDA doesn’t respond 85% of the time.
In her new book, Julia Skinner discusses the history and power of fermentation, microbes’ role in biodiversity, and how fermented foods can make us more resilient in the face of climate crisis.
Journalist and author Oliver Milman discusses the findings of his new book, how declining pollinator populations could harm vulnerable communities, and the most promising solutions.
As inflation and grocery prices soar, a volunteer in San Francisco created a food pantry from scratch to feed neighbors in need.
It’s well-known that plastics recycling is broken, but food conglomerates promising to increase recycling won’t solve the health and environmental problems plastics cause at every stage of production.
At Old Skool Café, young people impacted by the foster care system and incarceration are learning the food business, and forging new paths in the process.
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