Urban food forests may not be new, but in New York, the Swale floating food forest takes advantage of the city’s waterways to get fresh food to even more neighborhoods.
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Planting justice is empowering one Oakland neighborhood to produce its own, fresh food. And creating jobs while they’re at it.
Researchers at the University of Colorado have discovered how to harness the power of the sun to make an eco-friendly sunlight fertilizer.
What is hemp, and how does it fit into the future of our food supply? Here’s a primer about hemp production and the benefits of this amazing plant.
Two programs — one in St. Louis and one in Toronto — are trying to alleviate the effects of food deserts on local residents by bringing them the fresh, wholesome food they need most.
A chilling study has found that climate change could kill more than 500,000 adults in 2050 around the globe.
With food in short supply, Venezuela Venezuela have been asked to start their own urban gardens. Can Venezuela urban gardens really feed a hungry nation?
This flatpack urban farm only takes up 538 square feet, but its creators say that it can yield as much as 6 tonnes (6.6 tons) of fresh produce per year.
Italy is following France’s lead and reducing its food waste footprint. The new Italy food waste law is currently under discussion in the Senate.
The Grocery Manufacturer’s Association (GMA) was found guilty of covering up donations that funded their efforts to block GMO labeling laws in 2013.
For many Americans, the problem isn’t that they want to eat unhealthy food. It’s that the healthiest foods are also the most expensive. Produce prices and health are inextricably linked.
A food waste grocery store in Denmark is taking a fresh approach to fighting food waste.
Community action is critical in the fight against food waste, but what are food activists to do when the law prevents them from getting excess food to the people who need it?