We asked our locavore readers to tell us how they make it through the dark days of winter. If the answers we got are any indication, they're doing just fine!
Chinampas, or floating gardens -- small artificial islands full of crops, built up on shallow lake beds -- once sustained the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan, producing multiple harvests every year. They still exist in Mexico City, for now.
Check out an excerpt from a new cookbook that celebrates a popular winter food tradition, and the community event it inspired.
With her new documentary project, author and photographer Lisa Hamilton hopes to reacquaint urban train riders with rural life.
We're all for trading organic food with the European Union, but let's not forget about food miles.
Our fearless green-living pioneer, the Greenie Pig, went in search of the elusive Pacific razor clam. Lucky for her, she met a gun-toting clam angel, who gave her a taste of the community that comes from a shared search for sustenance.
Urban Roots is a documentary about farming within the city limits of Detroit, and as such, it’s a handy way to get an education on the subject in something like 90 minutes.
Suburban farmers might just have the best of both worlds: A captive audience hungry for hyper local produce and the space to grow more food than their city counterparts.
What does it take for you to eat locally grown foods in winter? We want your tips, ideas, stories, and recipes.
We've devised the world's shortest survey to find out what kind of actions our readers are taking. You know you want to.