As the price of groceries increases, “seed libraries” are helping people grow fresh produce in areas affected by food scarcity.
A complex and inefficient social security system leaves many pregnant French farmers no choice but to work until their water breaks.
A publishing company linked to the most powerful agricultural lobby group in the U.S. is releasing children’s books extolling the benefits of pesticides and nitrogen fertilizers.
"This is the land of my father and grandfather, but if things continue like this we will have to leave."
Mexico's Supreme Court voted down an appeal by several chemical and seed companies to allow them to cultivate genetically modified corn.
Climate change is changing the lives of Mexico's tlaloques – the farmers chosen to please the god of rain and lightning.
Black Yard Farm Cooperative is producing fresh food to promote food sovereignty in Harlem and the Bronx.
Low in gluten and high in protein, einkorn wheat is thought to have been one of the first cereals grown by mankind.
Leah Penniman, the founder of Afro-Indigenous community–centered Soul Fire Farm, on food apartheid, reparations, and community-building.
An Italian tank shot in the complete opposite direction of its target, hitting a chicken coop on a nearby farm instead and killing at least 50 hens.
That’s why avocado farmers are organizing to defend their orchards, and their livelihoods.