Late summer is time most farmers have been working for all year, and when your crop gets wiped out, it can mean losing the bulk of your income.
It seems that most farmers these days are also philosophers. David Cleverdon of Illinois-based Kinnikinnick farm is no exception.
Almost halfway through our six-month, food-focused journey across America, we found a place we didn't want to leave.
This Pacific Northwest is home to sea beans, clams called geoducks, and other silly seaside creatures -- all delicious with a dash of homemade salt.
Here's a Portland project that enables kids to actually get paid to farm -- further proof that the city is on the cutting edge of farms and food.
Daniel Klein talks to an Oregon sheep farmer who believes it's a big deal to kill an animal, and that this attitude should inform our meat consumption.
The Perennial Plate hits the halfway point in a journey across America in search of real food. Watch a recap of our adventures.
What happens when farms grow more food than they sell? California's Farm to Pantry ensures that these quality, leftover fruits and veggies make their way to worthy plates
Join in on an after-hours dinner party with Samin Nosrat of Tartine Bakery showcasing the best local ingredients Bay Area farms have to offer.
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