The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Idaho's ag-gag law unconstitutional and in violation of the first amendment, paving the way for more anti ag-gag action.
Our food system is in need of a wide variety of skillsets. As job options in food sustainability expand, how can you tie your work to our growing movement?
Hurricane Irma devastated Florida's orange groves, and that may spell the end for orange juice's popularity in America.
The ingredient responsible for dyeing everything from cauliflower to your fingertips yellow-orange is turmeric, an essential seasoning in many cuisines.
Winter is the best time to strategize for a successful season of home gardening. Here: tried and true advice for planning ahead for all of your garden projects.
It's 2018! Will this week's Real Food bring you good luck in the new year? This much we know: lentils are totally ancient and ridiculously good for you.
By learning about the water footprint of the food, people can make more sustainable choices and discover many ways to eat their way to water savings.
You know water comes from the tap, but do you know how much water goes into your sandwich? Your gadgets? The electricity that powers them? Soon you will!
It's time for our annual list of food, farming and environmental issues to look out for in 2018! Here's what's coming up.
Looking for a bit of luck in 2018? From greens to beans, there are lots of lucky foods. We dip into our Real Food Right Now archives to bring you the luckiest!
The Feast of the Seven Fishes is an Italian Christmas Eve celebration, during which a large seafood-based meal is eaten. Here's how to make it sustainable.
What does the USDA's decision about organic certification for aquaponics mean for small farmers? An aquaponics farmer gives her opinion.
We bet that nutmeg appears on your holiday table - whether grated on eggnog or tucked into cookies. Here: everything you ever wanted to know about the spice!
Making infusions and extracts is a fun way to use up otherwise inedible ingredients. Plus: they make fancy holiday gifts (think: homemade vanilla extract)!
You probably reach for cooking oil for just about every meal you make. But have you wondered about the history of canola oil? Or what margarine really is?
Is there a difference between animal rights and animal welfare? This Harvard Law School professor is here to explain the difference.