As drought becomes increasingly common, more and more farmers will likely look to the ancient art of dry-farming as a solution. (It also makes for really flavorful produce!)
What happens when small batch brewers discover the farm-to-table movement and run with it?
San Francisco -- a city that has long had more aspiring gardeners than land -- now has a plan in place to build new gardens and make signing up for a community plot less of a losing proposition.
With a proposed "cottage food law," California joins a handful of states that have already made it legal to sell artisan foods made in people's homes.