Do you know who your fisherman is?
Radical homemaker Shannon Hayes: When standardized curricula fall short, food can teach the values I want my kids to learn.
Too many tomatoes? How to find new friends to swap with.
After a month of hyperlocavore eating, Vicki Robin developed her own food rules for a lifetime.
Along with a great Winter 2011 issue, check out what YES! is cooking up this fall.
The egg recall taught us how little we know about the origins of our food–and how dangerous that can be. How can you find out where your food is coming from?
So what did I learn from a month of hyperlocavore eating?
Thousands of grassroots, African-led efforts are building locally rooted alternatives to the chemical agriculture promoted by the Gates Foundation and Monsanto.
The climate crisis at the end of your fork and what you can do about it
Fighting for healthy school lunches
How can you not love the one who feeds you?
A single meal shows the parts of my local food system—and how much I depend on them.
How to grow food where we need it.
Sweeten with honey, darn a sock, and refrigerate without electricity: Learn how to do what your grandparents knew
Photo essay: The locavore movement may seem like a fad to some, but these wartime posters show that equating local food and security has deep roots in U.S. history.