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.
Sometimes, local eating means getting very creative.
When we sacrifice good food to have lots of food, it's a double loss. Can we use this time of thinner wallets to examine the volume of food we run through our bodies?
After 10 days of eating within 10 miles, I was ready to do just about anything for food made from grains.
My eating experiment is making me think differently about food security around the world.
Video: Vandana Shiva explains the effect of GMOs on Indian agriculture—and how to promote home-grown alternatives.
Helping independent farmers process their produce builds local food security.
Urban hives allow landless city dwellers to create their own honey–and may even provide solutions to colony collapse.
Come for the food, stay for the art at New York City's first solar-powered restaurant.
Art-infused activism to bring city fruit to the public.
What my neighbors and I learned when we sat down to figure out what food resources we have at hand, and how to fill the gaps.
April Dávila wondered what it would take to cut the GMO giant out of her family’s life. She found that it was far more entrenched than she’d ever realized.
As marketers learn to fake climate-friendly food, how do we spot the real thing? Anna Lappé says it's a question of values.