I grow, knit, preserve, and cook. But I am pretty far from being what I think of as “traditional.”
Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack makes an appearance on the Colbert Report, parries the comedian's pointed policy questions, and delivers a strangely familiar cheese sculpture.
The Senate finally passed its food-safety bill. Now the ball is back in the House's court. Will it fall by the wayside before the end of the year?
About 500 black farmers from the South, urban growers from the North, and food activists from all over gathered recently at Brooklyn College to discuss historical and lingering discrimination, food sovereignty, and more.
The climate is heating up -- as is the debate among farmers about what to do about it. Unhappily, the deniers still rule the day.
In a world being shaped by a rapidly changing climate, Cary Fowler believes the most efficient way to deal with the coming challenges is by hoarding as many different kinds of crop seeds as possible -- in a frozen mountain …
Increasingly, schools see breakfast in the classroom as a way of making sure that students are focusing on their studies, instead of on the rumbling in their empty stomachs. Here's how Boulder handles it.
State Department documents released by WikiLeaks reveal insight into how deep the U.S. government's commitment to genetically engineered crops really is.
With the White House's announcement that there would be funding for 6,000 new salad bars around the country, the Boulder school district, which has one in all 48 schools, should be a role model.