Farming changes may be inevitable, but that doesn't make their human cost any easier to bear. You can hear it in this farmer's voice.
Yes, farmers use a whole lot of Golden State water. But there's no easy solution to the state's drought woes in turning off their taps.
A Grist podcast explores the issue of farm loss from the farmer's perspective.
The author of a new book about our obsession with vitamins talks about the quest for nutritional certainty and the value of embracing how little we really know.
California's water woes have sent waves of guilt through the ranks of almond-eaters, but the real trouble lies with our antiquated, crazy rules for distributing water.
Inside the high-stakes negotiations with the world's largest palm oil corporation.
New grants support community programs that give food stamp recipients more bang for their fruit and vegetable bucks.
The move by Archer Daniels Midland is the latest in a heartening procession of corporate commitments to protecting rainforests from devastation.
The WHO's new classification of glyphosate, the main ingredient in Roundup, puts it in the company of night shifts and wood smoke as a carcinogen. Sunshine is worse.
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