It’s time to embrace American hemp production

This super-plant has been misunderstood for too long.

How a 1% surcharge on restaurant bills can help fight climate change

It's a curious reversal of the farm-to-table movement.

Maple syrup: a sweet solution for farmers?

Managing a sugar bush is a win-win situation for all involved.

Why did humans start farming?

Hunter-gatherers worked less, had more varied diets, and better health – so shy did we switch to agriculture?

Patagonia is making beer from kernza, a perennial grain

The company wants to demonstrates how the global food system can be more sustainable.

The high carbon cost of flying flowers

This Valentine's Day, shop local.

Will fake meat increase corporatization of our food system?

Or is that (plant-based) cat already out of the bag?

Is boycotting palm oil really the best thing to do?

The palm oil situation is bad, but some people argue that it would be worse if replaced by other vegetable oils.

Copenhagen’s famous rooftop farm may have to close because it has no parking

And we think that the city is so progressive, yet they can't seem to figure this out.

On Thanksgiving, crops are rotting in the field because of trade wars

We tell our kids not to waste food, but our governments are wasting shocking amounts of it thanks to tit for tat tariffs.

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