Dig into organic gardening with tips on composting and news about sustainable agriculture.
How living, breathing lawnmowers make fabulous wine.
Products from genetically modified animals might not be in supermarket aisles yet, but transgenic livestock do reside in barnyards and fish tanks at some labs.
Get the scoop on leaf-burning.
Karaoke can be fun - but try being the resident crooner to a pair of farm animals.
Large-scale olive production can cause soil erosion and is often chemical intensive, but Nudo uses no pesticides and will soon be certified organic.
By cloning some species' digestive enzymes, scientists hope to make plants that will naturally break themselves down once they’re harvested.
Twenty-three countries now grow biotech foods and fibers—a market worth $6.9 billion in 2007 and projected to rise to $7.5 billion this year.
While it may seem wasteful, many pumpkin chunkin' practitioners' chunking is actually pretty green.
Applegate Farms focuses on farm-to-table transparency, letting customers track their meat's journey online.
Two bills designed to stop outbreaks of food-borne illnesses could mean big trouble for small farms.
Here's another reason the answer is yes: Large-scale, factory-style meat production, the modern practice of cramming huge numbers of animals together and feeding them an imported diet of grain.
That pig ate my dinner! (And it stole my meds.)
Michael Pollan argues that fossil fuel efficiency replaced farmers, and we need to get them back.
Michael Pollan lists three things that need to be removed in order to get animals back on farms.
Michael Pollan explains how a variety of plants and animals make for healthy farms, which make for healthy people.
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