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CANADA MAKES A MOVE TO CONSERVE WETLANDS AND STORE CARBON

Organic grain farmer Karen Klassen asked her dad what the land around their farm used to look like. He told her that when he was young...

A NATIVE-LED INITIATIVE SEEKS TO SPUR AN AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION IN RURAL ALASKA

When Eva Dawn Burk first saw Calypso Farm and Ecology Center in 2019, she felt enchanted. Calypso is an educational farm tucked away...

 
 
 
As Carbon Markets Reward New Efforts, Will Regenerative Farming Pioneers Be Left in the Dirt?

AS CARBON MARKETS REWARD NEW EFFORTS, WILL REGENERATIVE FARMING PIONEERS BE LEFT IN THE DIRT?

Meredith Ellis views her family's cattle ranch in Rosston, Texas, as a giant experiment in how to store more carbon in the soil, improve...

THESE BIG FOOD COMPANIES GET FAILING GRADES ON POLITICAL SPENDING TRANSPARENCY

Precisely what role do companies like Tyson, Nestlé, and Coca-Cola play in shaping policies that regulate junk food advertisements...

 
 
 
James Rebanks: There Are No Winners in American Farming

JAMES REBANKS: THERE ARE NO WINNERS IN AMERICAN FARMING

Excerpted from PASTORAL SONG: A Farmer's Journey by James Rebanks, on sale August 3, 2021. We had traveled to the heart of American...

Agroforestry Is Key to Cleaning Up Waterways and the Chesapeake Bay

AGROFORESTRY IS KEY TO CLEANING UP WATERWAYS AND THE CHESAPEAKE BAY

From her porch on Village Acres Farm in Mifflintown, Pennsylvania, Angela Brubaker can see the curved rows of trees in the new riparian...

 
 
 
Jesse Frost Wants to Help Produce Farmers Stop Tilling Their Soil

JESSE FROST WANTS TO HELP PRODUCE FARMERS STOP TILLING THEIR SOIL

Jesse Frost and his wife Hannah Crabtree have been farming together since 2011, when they met working as apprentices on a small organic...

Excess Fertilizer Causes a New Challenge: Low Crop Yields During Drought

EXCESS FERTILIZER CAUSES A NEW CHALLENGE: LOW CROP YIELDS DURING DROUGHT

For decades, soil scientist Rick Haney watched farms-those he worked on, and those he lived near in Oklahoma and Texas-struggle to...

 
 
 

KELP AT THE CROSSROADS: SHOULD SEAWEED FARMING BE BETTER REGULATED?

On Vancouver Island, seaweed is abundant, diverse, useful, and symbolic. Indigenous peoples have used it for centuries for food preparation,...

On Pine Ridge Reservation, a Garden Helps Replace an 80-mile Grocery Trip

ON PINE RIDGE RESERVATION, A GARDEN HELPS REPLACE AN 80-MILE GROCERY TRIP

Buying groceries can take Doug Pourier the better part of a day. A member of the Oglala Lakota Nation , Pourier lives on the Pine Ridge...

 
 
 

FARMER CO-OPS ARE GIVING LATINX COMMUNITIES ROOM TO GROW

This story was originally published by Southerly and Enlace Latino NC and was made available through the Solutions Journalism Exchange...

JUST A FEW COMPANIES CONTROL THE MEAT INDUSTRY. CAN A NEW APPROACH TO MONOPOLIES LEVEL THE PLAYING FIELD?

It may seem like supermarkets sell a variety of chicken, beef, and pork products, but most of those options come from the same tiny...

 
 
 

FARMERS JUST GOT A NEW RIGHT TO REPAIR THEIR TRACTORS

Last summer, Walter Schweitzer had set out to bale his field of dry hay, and was moving quickly to beat the rain when his tractor broke...

A Farmer-Owned Local Food App Stands Out from the Venture Capital-Backed Crowd

A FARMER-OWNED LOCAL FOOD APP STANDS OUT FROM THE VENTURE CAPITAL-BACKED CROWD

At the start of the pandemic, Elizabeth Riffle built out a website for her West Virginia bison farm. Her aim, in part, was to boost...

 
 
 
How Gleaning Could Reshape the Farm Economy

HOW GLEANING COULD RESHAPE THE FARM ECONOMY

Each year, farmers like Joe Tisbert of Valley Dream Farm in Cambridge, Vermont, are challenged with finding an outlet for their surplus...

Connecting Ranchers with Land Stewards Could Be Key to Less Disastrous Wildfires

CONNECTING RANCHERS WITH LAND STEWARDS COULD BE KEY TO LESS DISASTROUS WILDFIRES

As you read this, there are about 150 goats grazing their way through the grass and woodland areas surrounding Fitch Mountain , a local...

 
 
 
Dr. Robert Bullard: ‘We Don't Have 40 Years' to Fight for Climate Justice

DR. ROBERT BULLARD: ‘WE DON'T HAVE 40 YEARS' TO FIGHT FOR CLIMATE JUSTICE

A recent study of industrial farming's impact on climate change confirm what nearby communities have known for decades: The air pollution...

Chef Francesca Hong Is Proving that Food Is Political

CHEF FRANCESCA HONG IS PROVING THAT FOOD IS POLITICAL

In Wisconsin and many other states, tipped workers, who are mostly women , start at $2.33 per hour and are more likely to face sexual...

 
 
 

OP-ED: THE REVOLUTIONARY POWER OF FOOD

In my many years of organizing community kitchens, I have seen how food-and organizing to feed people in need-can create profound benefits...

In St. Louis, Tosha Phonix is Growing Food Justice

IN ST. LOUIS, TOSHA PHONIX IS GROWING FOOD JUSTICE

Tosha Phonix learned to farm in 2011. As a new mom, she wanted to teach her son healthy eating habits, so she started shopping exclusively...

 
 
 



Chicken Picatta

Chicken Picatta

A simple pan sauce made with capers, butter, white wine, chicken stock and lemon juice envelop chicken cutlets in the traditional Chicken Piccata recipe made in episode 101 of... Read more ...

Burgers & Griddle Corn - Sound of Flavor

Burgers & Griddle Corn - Sound of Flavor

Burgers sizzling on the grill is the definitive sound of summer in America. Hamburgers with 80 lean meat and 20 fat, that are featured in this video, makes juicier, more... Read more ...

Beer Bread Tasting with Grandkids - FUNNY!

Beer Bread Tasting with Grandkids - FUNNY!

This is a tasting from the end of my Italian Beer Bread episode where I have two of my grandchildren tasting the bread with me. This is my favorite tasting! I've never... Read more ...

Study finds Listeria in cheese in Ecuador

Researchers have highlighted the prevalence of Listeria monocytogenes in cheese in Ecuador. In Ecuador, the impact of listeriosis on public health is unknown because it is not... Read more ...

Want to support restaurants hit by the pandemic? This pork mofongo can help

Virtual cooking classes fundraise for two worthy causes Read more ...

FDA and CDC hone in on causes of recent Cyclospora and E. coli O121 Outbreaks

FDA and CDC hone in on causes of recent Cyclospora and E. coli O121 Outbreaks

With both the FDA and CDC being more transparent on the status of outbreak investigation, it is easy to keep track of the outbreaks even is we do not yet know the causes. Read more ...

White Chicken Enchilada Skillet

White Chicken Enchilada Skillet

All the flavors of your favorite sour cream chicken enchiladas, but much easier to make. Loaded with chicken, covered in melty, gooey cheese, this white chicken enchilada... Read more ...

Need the perfect Tokyo Olympics-inspired appetizer? Make this

Worthy of a gold medal! Read more ...

Cherry Tomato Panzanella

Cherry Tomato Panzanella

This 20 minute cherry tomato panzanella is a warm version of the classic Tuscan bread salad made with fried bread, garlic, herbs and burst cherry tomatoes. This post was... Read more ...

Switzerland sees decline in most infections for 2020

Campylobacter and Salmonella infections declined in Switzerland in 2020 while Listeria was stable despite a large outbreak. E. coli reports fell for the first time since... Read more ...

Jimmy John's franchisee could have to pay punitive damages in E. coli case

A man who was sickened by contaminated sprouts on a Jimmy John's sandwich has been given permission by a Utah judge to seek punitive damages in a case related to his 2020... Read more ...

Peace and Love PayPal Instant Win Game

Peace and Love PayPal Instant Win Game

Happy Friday Steamy Kitchen! This week we are celebrating the weekend with your favorite prize-cash! Enter to win the Peace and Love PayPal Instant win for your chance to win a... Read more ...

Sweeten up your summer with this peach cake

Just peachy! Read more ...