A new bill now working its way through the Senate could undermine our ability to address a growing source of air pollution - livestock operations.
Cabbage - quite literally, the mother of all Brassicas - is hearty, healthy and delicious, and it keeps in your fridge for weeks. What could be better?
Leanne Brown, the author of "Good and Cheap: Eat Well on $4 a Day," speaks to us about the lack of equity and food stability in the US.
Spring is coming and that means it's time to order and start your seeds. Find out what you need to know about seed starting in this how-to guide.
We had the pleasure of chatting with Katie Massy, founder of Women Who Farm, to talk about her inspirations and challenges.
Join Friends of the Earth in asking Darden Restaurant Group to adhere to the Good Food Purchasing Principles by 2020 for at least 20 percent of its food purchases.
Researchers have learned that cows that are fed a grass-fed diet have increased levels of omega-3 and conjugated linoleic acid.
Whether you're sprouting at home or heading to the farmers' market, sprouts are an early cure for that on-coming itch for spring green.
To reduce our environmental footprint, the debate about whether the solution lies in eating "less meat" or eating "better meat" rages on. Is it time to truly bring those two strands together?
Author Florencia Ramirez tells us about her journey across the US food system, and what she learned about how best to save water through the food we eat.
Coconut and its many products (think: water, oil) has soared in popularity. But what are the impacts? Here: everything you ever wanted to know about coconuts.
CSA Day is rapidly approaching! We list ten reasons you should drop everything you're doing and find a CSA near you.
Laurie Ristino, Director of the Center for Agriculture and Food Systems, discusses the implications of the farm "safety net" for the future of food and agriculture.
Dominic Palumbo describes his approach to farming and what we need to sustain future generations of local food leaders and farmers.
Dark chocolate, white chocolate, milk chocolate and more - here is everything you ever wanted to know about everyone's favorite.
The chillier months are an essential time for farmers to prepare for the next successful season. We answer what it is farmers actually do in wintertime.