PlantVillage crowdsources responses to all sorts of farming questions from around the globe, pooling scholarly info with hands-on experience.
If we want to scale up the local food movement's ideas, here's a list of principles that could make all the difference.
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Greenpeace's useful annual report card tells you how each supermarket chain does, or doesn't, look out for the ocean and its wildlife.
A new dad ponders the fragility of life, and the power of strong women.
Enough with the obsession over organics and GMOs, Mark Bittman urges. The food movement should keep its eyes on the big prizes: reforming farming and improving eating.
New evidence suggests that increasing levels of carbon, by itself -- not via the hotter climate it yields -- could cause malnutrition.
Protecting local farms can be a recipe for urban revival, if Portland is any indication. Of course, that's easier said than done.
Behind protest chants and an arrest, an obscure rule change. And behind that, a fight for the purity of a movement.
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