Talk about perseverance. Although his film was released over a year ago, the director of “American Meat” is showing his documentary about farm alternatives to young people in 100 cities and towns this fall.
Innovative programs promote smart growth by shifting development rights from rural land to the urban core, limiting sprawl and increasing inner-city density at the same time.
The recipients of this year’s Food Sovereignty Prize represent the diversity of a powerful global movement promoting healthy food for all.
Spurred by studies that show that kids need physical activity not just for their health, but also for social and academic development, schools are reinstating an old standard.
Bread Uprising envisions a food system in which everyone is entitled to bread, whether or not they have money to offer in exchange.
By transforming a mile of parking strips into a corridor of pollinator-friendly gardens, Seattle’s Pollinator Pathway reimagines the relationship between cities and nature.
Despite grain price spikes and impossible hours, the trio of young farmers raising heritage chickens at Dinner Bell Farm is in it for the long haul.
With a farm store and a 220-acre project in the works, City Girl Farms founder Abeni Ramsey is pushing the urban agriculture envelope in Oakland and beyond.
A multimedia education project hopes that telling the history of the universe and life on Earth will inspire us to work more effectively toward a sustainable future.