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Film Features Hemp Farmer and Veteran Michael Lewis of The Growing Warriors Project

We first met Michael Lewis of The Growing Warriors Project at Farm Aid 2015 where he and his fellow farmers presented the first United States flag to be made of American-grown hemp in nearly a century. We're excited to report that the partnership that made the flag was featured in a great new documentary, titled "Harvesting Liberty."

Adding Food into the Climate Equation: A Post-COP21 Agenda

Earth Day is signing day for the monumental COP21 climate deal. Emissions from energy production and fossil fuels are in the mix, but food and agriculture were left out. Here are the food and ag proposals we'd add if we were at the United Nations!

Where's the Guidance on Grassfed Products?

Customers looking for grassfed products have a lot of information to wade through. Since the USDA's Agricultural Marketing Service revoked their grassfed standard in January, consumer and agriculture groups have called upon the Food Safety and Inspection Service for updated guidance. Learn more about the value of grassfed products as well as options for reliable sourcing.

Meet the Couple Running the Only All-Organic Farmers' Market in New York State

While on a morning walk, Patti and Doug Wood came up with the idea for a farmers' market in their hometown of Port Washington, situated on the north shore of Long Island. And not just any farmers' market! The market they eventually created is 100 percent organic - the only all-organic farmers' market in New York State.

Resilience in Our Food System? It Might be Closer Than You Think

Big Ag's answer to climate change is GMOs, more centralized systems - and irrigation, irrigation, irrigation. We think the answer to building resilience in our food system might be a little closer to home, with innovative agricultural systems like rooftop farming and aquaponics.

Garden DIY: Growing Food in the Great Indoors

Those living in small spaces or cold places can grow their own food with indoor gardening! Reap a harvest right from your kitchen or living room with these tips for indoor growing conditions and easy-to-grow plant varieties.

Sustainable Chocolate Company Helps Cocoa Farmers, One Delicious Bar at a Time

Are there any companies out there making delicious chocolate the right way, without hurting people or the planet? Thankfully, there are. To learn more about the bright side of the chocolate industry, we reached out to sustainable chocolate pioneer Pierrick Chouard of Vintage Plantations whose artisanal chocolate was developed to help protect small farmers and the environment.

Can Pulses Help Save the World?

The United Nations thinks so! Pulses - aka, dried beans, lentils, peas and chickpeas- are climate change-fighting super crops that provide people with an inexpensive and sustainable source of delicious protein. To help promote these amazing plants and their benefits for our health and environment, the UN declared 2016 to be the International Year of Pulses (IYP).

Farming Fish: Has Federal Policy Gone Out to Sea?

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has filed a final rule that permits open ocean fish farming. We reached out to aquaculture expert and head of the Recirculating Farms Coalition, Marianne Cufone, to learn more.

Volunteer for Sustainable Food This MLK Day

MLK Day is a "Day of Service" - a perfect day to get involved in the sustainable food movement because many of the problems we see in the food system today are, in fact, civil rights issues.

Pairing Meat with Climate Change at COP21

Professor Roni Neff expected it would be easy for her to get some meatless fare at the COP21 climate talks in Paris - but she was mistaken. See why she calls for a reduction in meat-eating to lower climate emissions.

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