Despite what you hear about Olympians and their heavy diets, Coughlin eats mostly vegetarian and raises fruits, vegetables, and chickens in her backyard in Lafayette, Calif.
For native foods educator Valerie Segrest, the solution to health disparities in tribal communities lies in the hunting and gathering of generations past.
The film’s magic is its ability to make us realize that we’re all human. But let’s not forget, when the economy collapsed, some were more culpable than others.
School gardens are sprouting across the country. But what to do with them over summer vacation is still an open question.
In March, beekeepers and environmentalists petitioned the EPA to take the pesticide clothianidin — a suspect in bee die-offs — off the market. Last week, EPA said no.
In a new documentary, “Trashed,” Jeremy Irons explores the toxic effects an endless worldwide buildup of waste has on our health and environment.
Experiments in cooperative living offer a great model for building sustainable urban communities. But can they work for everyone?
Farm-based summer camps are growing in popularity as parents seek to reconnect their kids with the origins of their food.
In order to get more healthy food to residents of Harlem and the Bronx, Corbin Hill Farm tweaks the community-supported agriculture model to work better for low-income people.