T-shirt entrepreneurs-turned-farmers are turning an abandoned elementary school into a community hub.
The first Native-owned and Native-led land trust is working to empower and equip young Natives to successfully farm kelp.
In 1969, experts said the cause of hunger was world overpopulation. Frances Moore Lappé showed they were wrong.
Over 70 different fruits and vegetables are grown in this urban biodiversity oasis, including specialty crops from the community’s diverse cultures.
At Freetown Farm, members of the community can learn the names of medicinal herbs and harvest vegetables, all while developing a deeper relationship to the land and local community.
Research by Elinor Ostrom and her colleagues show how people cooperate to manage, and sustain, common resources.
Community fridge networks across the country are an important start—and symbol—in the work to make sure everyone has enough to eat.
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3 composters who are thinking about the soil as well as better food waste systems.
While eating a plant-based diet is often presented as a White, millennial fad that accompanies gentrification, Black people have a long and rich tradition of plant-based eating.
Growing greens can be a powerful tool for change.