• Volunteer to Help the Sustainable Food Movement 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.

  • This Week in Eco News - January 13, 2017

    This week's Eco News features stories about the balance sustainable fishing must strike between over fishing and emissions; what Mondays have to do with sticking to your New Year's resolution; if the new FDA restrictions on antibiotics will curb the rise of super bugs - and much more!

  • Helping Farmers and Animals: New Guide to Farm Animal Welfare Certification

    The ASPCA and the Vermont Law School's Center for Agriculture and Food Systems worked together to create a unique new tool for farmers seeking to understand the three most meaningful animal welfare certification programs: Animal Welfare Approved, Certified Humane® and Global Animal Partnership.

  • From Seed Bombs to City Hall - Aziz Dehkan of the New York City Community Garden Coalition

    Aziz Dehkan is the Executive Director of the New York City Community Garden Coalition, which promotes the preservation, creation, and empowerment of community gardens. Read our interview to learn about the fascinating history of community gardens in NYC, and how these gardens are an amazing asset to any community.

  • Five Challenges Faced by Food Workers and Five Ways to Help

    A recent Food Chain Workers Alliance report paints an eye-opening picture of the conditions faced by workers throughout the US food system. Learn what you can do to help food chain workers win safer and more equitable working conditions.

The Need for Inclusivity in Urban Agriculture

Urban agriculture comes in many shapes and sizes. It's in cities and suburbs, and it encompasses everything from soil-based community gardens, to warehouses full of hydroponics, to rooftops farms supplying greens to the restaurants below. Inclusivity in urban agriculture will help our food system grow into a healthier and stronger system for all.

This Week in Eco News - January 13, 2017

This week's Eco News features stories about the balance sustainable fishing must strike between over fishing and emissions; what Mondays have to do with sticking to your New Year's resolution; if the new FDA restrictions on antibiotics will curb the rise of super bugs - and much more!

Real Food Right Now and How to Cook It: Kumquats

Everything is adorable about kumquats. From their diminutive size to their cheery color, and even their name - all as cute as a button, and a welcome sight in the dead of winter when there is little fun to be had at the market. Pick up a basket of these wee fruit and get cooking.

Helping Farmers and Animals: New Guide to Farm Animal Welfare Certification

The ASPCA and the Vermont Law School's Center for Agriculture and Food Systems worked together to create a unique new tool for farmers seeking to understand the three most meaningful animal welfare certification programs: Animal Welfare Approved, Certified Humane® and Global Animal Partnership.

Five Challenges Faced by Food Workers and Five Ways to Help

A recent Food Chain Workers Alliance report paints an eye-opening picture of the conditions faced by workers throughout the US food system. Learn what you can do to help food chain workers win safer and more equitable working conditions.

This Week in Eco News - January 6, 2017

This week's Eco News features stories about antibiotic use in livestock; changing tastes to a more plant-based diet; a community's resistance against another hog farm - and much more!

Real Food Right Now and How to Cook It: Chicories and Endives

What is it with bitter greens and confusing naming conventions? This week's Real Food, chicories and endives, are bitter, leafy veggies that come in a rainbow of colors (and names) - all of which are delicious. Not everyone agrees, though! (Read on to find out about the passionate anti-frisée contingent.)

Cut Back on Plastic Bags: Make Your City a Bag It Town

We use plastic bags for everything, from carrying our groceries to carrying our lunches to bagging trash, and most of those bags don't get recycled. Instead, they end up littering the environment and harming wildlife. But you can cut back on bag waste. Read on to learn about making your city a Bag It Town.

The Can't Fail Guide to Sustainable New Year's Resolutions

So, it's 2017. The new year. Lots of changes will be taking place in 2017, most of them we can't control. Which is why our personal food choices matter now more than ever. This is where New Year's resolutions can come in handy. Resolving to be more sustainable in the new year is a great way to make the world a better place and your life a healthier one.

AmpleHarvest.org Founder Gary Oppenheimer Aims to Reduce Food Waste and Hunger

Meet Gary Oppenheimer, the force behind AmpleHarvest.org, a nationwide nonprofit aimed at diminishing home and community garden food waste which results in significantly reduced hunger and malnutrition while improving the environment. Read on to find out what inspires Gary and what led him to create AmpleHarvest.org.

6 Lucky New Year's Foods and How to Cook Them

Looking for a bit of luck in 2017? From greens to beans, there are lots of foods that are said to bring good fortune (and even wealth) to the eater. We dip into our Real Food Right Now and How to Cook It archives to bring you the luckiest and most delicious food to eat in the year to come. Happy New Year!

Top 10 Issues of 2017 for Food and Farming

With a new administration taking office in 2017 and potentially a lot of very big changes for farmers and consumers just around the corner, we've rounded up a list of what we think will be some of the top food and agriculture issues of for the coming year - plus some ideas for how you can help support the good food movement in 2017.

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