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One Colorado farmer has planted the nation’s first big industrial hemp crop in 60 years. Yes, it’s still illegal.
Smokey isn’t the only fictional bear who cares about the environment.
The fight over a San Francisco Bay Area oyster farm has pitted eco-minded conservationists against eco-minded local foodies.
As Big Food pushes harder to limit farm exposés, it may only broaden and strengthen the animal protection movement.
Use this handy illustrated guide to find out if a farm protection or ag-gag law would get you into trouble.
Do these laws stop whistleblowers from exposing abuse — or protect farm security?
Check out our interactive map of all of America’s farm protection, or ag-gag, laws, from 1990 to today.
The industrial farm lobby is pushing tough laws that turn documenting animal abuse into a criminal activity. How did we get here?