A new research meta-analysis shows no health benefits to eating organic. Critics say it misses the point.
Volunteers for the Bloomington Community Orchard are working hard to attract pollinators by building honeybee hives, mason bee homes and bird houses.
Moya Andrews is the host of the show Focus on Flowers, our resident flower lady, and boy does she know her stuff. But you won't catch her snacking on flowers!
Researchers in Australia may have come up with a potent but environmentally-friendly pest control strategy. They have spider evolution to thank for it.
In a now-defunct factory in Nitro, West Virginia, Monsanto manufactured the herbicide used in Agent Orange for two decades.
With his 30 hives, Rob Green brings plenty of experience to the classes he teaches at the Indiana Beekeeping School.
China is no stranger to food controversy, leaving some consumers wondering if they can trust Chinese foods labeled as "organic."
You want to avoid pesticides but you're on a budget. The "Dirty Dozen" to the rescue!
An herbicide once touted as an environmentally friendly option to traditional herbicides is responsible for thousands of tree deaths.
We speak with Tracy Hunter, a third generation beekeeper. Bees are in trouble and two filmmakers want you to know. And, beets and honey make a sweet condiment.
When you're an organic gardener, you face challenges that conventional gardeners don't, especially when it comes to bugs.
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.
Fruit lovers should be very concerned by the increasing number of bats dying from white nose syndrome.
China just arrested 14 involved with feeding illegal chemicals to pigs.
Colony collapse disorder, once thought to be just a seasonal fluke thinning the ranks of bees during an especially cold winter, is getting worse.
Environmentalists and farm workers are asking California's governor-elect to ban the use of cancer-causing pesticide, methyl iodide, on strawberry fields.
I assumed that farmers at my local market grew their foods pesticide free and certified organic, but I learned that this was far from the truth.
Scientists and pesticide regulators are at odds over California's recent approval of a toxic pesticide for strawberries.
Washington state apple growers are trying to make a change to less-toxic pesticides in advance of a 2012 EPA deadline.
Researchers hope to measure the impacts of continuous doses of very low levels of drugs being constantly reintroduced into the environment and the food supply.