Where factories once flourished, hope sprouts in Detroit's urban gardens and farms, and projects like Greening Detroit.
The roomies jackhammer up concrete to make way for a garden. See what happens when that freshly-tilled urban soil meets a rainy summer and feral cats.
No one can say the egg industry isn't efficient. With the 10 largest producers owning 135 million hens, they can poison millions in a single swoop.
UC Berkeley researchers have been studying the relationship between pesticide exposure and attention problems in children living in California's Salinas Valley, aka America's "Lettuce Bowl." Not surprisingly, they're at much higher risk for ADHD.
This week's Urbivore's Dilemma: Hosting the biggest dinner party ever in my tiny Brooklyn apartment, and getting sentimental about heirloom cast iron skillets.
Local Produce Link enables food pantries to get the same locally grown, farm fresh, and sometimes organic produce as posh Manhattan restaurants. And their clients, young and old, get to visit farms to see where that fresh food comes from.
Scottish scientists have been thinking a lot about drinking and driving. And what they've discovered will knock you off your feet.
Jack DeCoster, the man behind the company responsible for the vast egg recall, has a record of environmental and human-rights abuses dating to the 90s
Watch the Today Show -- and me! -- break down the issue of SunChips' new and noisy biodegradable bag.