Here's a quick roundup of national and local races in the 2014 midterms that focused on food and farming.
Instead of shelling out big bucks for specialized machinery, food producers in Maine can now join a lending library of farm tools.
The greenhouse is owned by a biotech company in Durham, N.C., that understands that resilience means money.
Rebecca Claassen has put her life on hold to fight for Measure P, a ban on fracking and similar techniques in Santa Barbara County.
In a heart-warming juncture between millennial ideology and baby-boomer practicality, AARP is campaigning for more walkable cities.
Soon-to-be Iowa Sen. Joni Ernst believes in Agenda 21 conspiracy theories and wants to totally shut down the EPA, and the mainstream media thinks that's not worth mentioning.
Voters on a small Native American reservation are choosing between two candidates who want to crack down on the oil industry.
A new report spells out the financial costs of the public opposition to tar-sands development.
The political moneyman and climate activist is spending big to put Democrats in control of key state legislatures.
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