Turkey's presence at the first Thanksgiving is hotly contested. We ask: would a Thanksgiving be any less familial, colorful and inclusive without a turkey at its center?
Americans eat roughly 46 million turkeys on Thanksgiving alone, but turkey is much more than a holiday staple. Read on to learn more about the humble turkey.
We're officially in the throes of Thanksgiving prep. But don't stress - our Seasonal Food Guide is your meal planning companion to help you cultivate a meaningful feast!
Cheddar: that staple of our cheese drawer. But do you know the history of this versatile cheese? Or how to pick the right cheddar? Read on for more!
US municipalities are increasingly launching programs to capture discarded food and convert it to compost. Here are some lessons learned from one community's experience.
What will the future of sustainable urban ag hold? Will it be high tech, vertical farms? Or social justice-minded community agriculture?
We teamed up with the ASPCA®, Food Chain Workers Alliance and the Natural Resources Defense Council to launch the "Good Groceries Guide," a resource for conscious consumers.
This Thanksgiving, Americans will eat 46 million turkeys. Before you go to the market, take a moment to think about where the bird you plan on buying came from.
Recently, an increasing number of veterans have shown interest in farming as a profession. Learn about existing resources that help veterans get started.
A new report by Environmental Working Group indicates that drinking water from systems serving over 1,600 small towns in the US is contaminated with nitrates.
Over 100 water saving tips, deep-dive articles about water footprints, resources for educators and so much more are now available in one website!
For many of us, Thanksgiving means a giant turkey full of stuffing. If you're concerned with how your turkey was raised, then this month's action is for you!
Many recipes call for the greens of leeks, scallions and green onions to be "reserved for another use." Here are some delicious ideas for how to use 'em up.
Nothing says fall like pumpkins, but don't limit yourself to jack-o-lanterns and pumpkin spice lattes - there's way more to explore about this colorful squash.
This Halloween, we don't need to look to horror movies to feel terrified. There's plenty to be afraid of when it comes to industrial agriculture.
Quince trees were once common in colonial home gardens and on farms. These days, you may have to hunt around for quince - but certainly the fruit is worth it!