People

With Farms Wide Open

From farmworker to farm owner: One man’s story of the American dream

What is the bigger challenge: Going from farmworker to farmer, or immigrant to citizen?

Food

This activist is bringing Kentucky’s hot food scene to a tray near you

Sarah Fritschner is leading a farm-to-cafeteria movement in Kentucky.

Food

What happened to America’s black farmers?

In 1920, black farmers represented 14 percent of U.S. farmers; today, they make up less than 2 percent.

Living

Loving earth is complicated, says this African-American pastor

The relationship between black lives, black hair, and nature is pretty kinky, and that's OK.

Food

Willie Nelson: The man, the myth, and what he means to farmers

The country icon talks 30 years of Farm Aid, pot legalization, and more.

Far Out

THEESatisfaction makes music about the planet that actually sounds good

The ladies behind rap duo THEESatisfaction break down a few choice cuts on their latest album, EarthEE.

Nothin' But A Green Thang

He’s young, green, Latino, openly gay — and the mayor of Long Beach

Robert Garcia, the mayor of Long Beach, talks cars, the port, and why green is second nature for him.

flowery pros

There’s a local flower movement blooming

Activist, author, and podcaster Debra Prinzing wants to make the slow flower movement a thing.

Food

Meet Amanda Cohen, the raddest vegetarian chef in the U.S.

Chef Amanda Cohen wants to boost women in the kitchen, pay her employees equal wages, and get you to eat your vegetables while she's at it.