Dig into organic gardening with tips on composting and news about sustainable agriculture.
Michael Pollan explains that if farmers are only growing one or two crops, that means people are only eating one or two crops, which does not make for a healthy diet.
Michael Pollan's State of the Movement Address from the Georgia Organics Convention
The many consequences of these burping, belching gas guzzlers.
Is farming profitable?
Doug Fine creates a delicious, low-carbon frozen treat.
There is something going on in farming. A whole new generation of young people are coming up from colleges, particularly elite ones, to try their hands at agriculture.
From Plenty's series "A Farmer's Notebook."
Since Hurricane Katrina, many New Orleanians have wondered where their dinner will come from, and one local group has stepped up to the plate to provide answers.
In the Big Apple's beleaguered East New York neighborhood, hope comes in the form of homegrown veggies.
One Californian food justice group shows that local, healthy eating starts with education and a tricked-out rig.
A new farmers' market in downtown Philadelphia makes buying local easy for everyone.
A gardener debates whether to slay or spray poison ivy.
An established way to share and trade seeds.
In the heart of Detroit, gardening guru Ashley Atkinson gets urbanites excited about growing food.
You can't beat fresh veggies straight from the backyard.
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