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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Nature is a language we need to read
A University of California community and agroecology program is creating environmentally literate leaders.
Can we feed our world without Monsanto?
April Davila spent weeks tirelessly tracing simple foods back to their seed source in an experiment spurred by her concern over genetic engineering.
Preserving Japan’s sea salt making tradition
Japan's centuries-old sea salt production landscapes can serve in developing models for integrated management of land and marine ecosystems.
Scaling up sustainable seafood
Good information on sustainable seafood choices is now available at your fingertips.
Thailand’s rice farmers adapt to climate change
Thailand's rice farmers are adapting to climate change in a variety of ways
Benefits of traditional fermented foods
Using native knowledge of locally available raw materials, people across the globe produce fermented food and drinks that have health-promoting benefits.
The secret is in the soil
Organic gardener and social entrepreneur John Moore explains that the secret to healthy life is in healthy organic soil.
The making of World Water Wars
Filmmaker Sam Bozzo shares what it was like to make a documentary about people around the world fighting for their basic right to water.
Food rules, so eat food!
Many of the rules in food writer Michael Pollan's new book are so obvious, you almost wonder why he bothered to compile them for us.
My green team
New York City 9th grader Elizabeth Adesanya writes about her efforts to live sustainably.
Debate 2.0: Too lazy to cook?
Despite all the facts and inspiration out there, far too many people are still mainly eating out or fueling themselves with pre-prepared things. Are you guilty?
Tasmania’s potato protectors
The Tasmanian Institute for Agricultural Research protects Tasmania's biodiversity by cultivating, certifying and sharing new and old potato varieties.
Sands shifting for Africa’s nomadic herders
Huge areas of land used by pastoralists in Africa have been lost to sedentary farming and conservation.
Links to local food
Growing crops on golf courses can become a valuable local solution to problems like food self-sufficiency and community health.
Fashionista farm gals of Tokyo
Model, singer and marketing whiz Shiho Fujita is the face of a new trend in Japan where young people are increasingly attracted to farming.
Water prospects in the 21st century
As global population grows and becomes wealthier, the world's water supplies will be under increasing stress.
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