The federal Farm Bill is rewritten every five years. The 2012 bill, however, is likely to be written in two weeks.
In part three of Earth Eats interview with Joel Salatin, he talks about whether small producers could ever successfully partner with corporations like Walmart.
In 2011, 7175 farmers markets operated in the U.S., up from 6139 in 2010. Locavores love it, but some farmers call it too much of a good thing.
"Farm Together Now" profiles the people who are experimenting with solutions to the broken American food system.
The USDA's Microbiological Data Program will be cut if Congress passes the proposed budget bill. How will this affect food safety for Americans?
Global food prices are already at a record high and will continue to rise because of this year's extreme weather.
Good food, healthy food, and local food is coming to your neighborhood by way of food trucks.
Scientists have been unable to identify the source of the outbreak or the reason for its severity, and nobody can predict the impacts on European agriculture.
Venezuela has the world's highest inflation rates which make it difficult for their poorest citizens to keep up with rising food prices.
A House budget committee voted to change who receives farm subsidies. Now, it's farmers who make $250,000 or less annually, down from $750,000.
Food from small farms not only tastes good, it helps boost the economy.
Three farmers use what they've got to water their garden, rebuild their soil, and transform a wilderness plot into a homestead.
Why does using organic methods to grow food matter? Why is organic more expensive? Is the food better? Join the discussion on these and more organic issues.
This Indiana company offers locally produced seeds to folks who want to make every aspect of their garden organic, earth-friendly, and local.
House Republicans have begun to pass a budget that includes serious cuts to some food-related organizations.
A group of organic farmers are suing Monsanto to contest their patent on genetically modified seeds.
One of America's largest meat producing states could make it illegal to take pictures, videos, and unapproved recordings on farms.
Another listener request show! We’re making candied pumpkin seeds and a delicious spaghetti squash dinner.
In the final part of a three-part conversation, Wendell Berry talks about what communities need to do to be sustainable and he explains why he is hopeful.
In part two of a three-part conversation, Wendell Berry talks about land economy vs. the money system and how to translate local focus into global awareness.