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Summer Youth Farm Camp, French Sorrel Recipe And More

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Hands-on learning in an East Indianapolis community garden builds skills for life.

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A Journalist, A Cancer Patient, A Team Of Lawyers And A Corporate Giant

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A conversation with award winning journalist Carey Gillam who covered the case of Lee Johnson vs. Monsanto.

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Strawberries, Bakeries And Pie

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It’s strawberry season in the Midwest, but on the coast of California, it’s always strawberry season. And when we’re talking about berries, naturally, we’re gonna talk about pie.

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Food And Place

Five people wearing face coverings work with kitchen items at black lab tables in a room. One woman faces the room of people with a laptop in front of her and images of 4 people on the screen.

A conversation with Olga Kalentzidou on the complexity of food geographies.

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Growing Staple Foods And What It Means To Grow Enough

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This week on earth eats, beans and corn and cornbread and bean poetry and planning for your own apocalypse.

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Cooking For Science--Inside The Fly Food Kitchen

Kevin Gabbard at a stainless steel sink next to a big kettle, plastic buckets in various colors sit nearby on a cart

Most of us, when we encounter a fruit fly, are focused on keeping it out of our food. But what if it was your job to feed fruit flies?

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Latest News

Peer Support Program Helps Farmers Manage Stress

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For farmer health and safety programs, this past year was an especially busy one. And one area of wellness has become particularly important.

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In This Video Game, Anyone Can Be A Farmer

A pixilated image of a farm field with tractor and a small rectangle with a guy in lower left corner. Various gauges and numbers on the screen.

Many people learn about farming by growing up on a farm or in school. Some people learn by playing and watching video games.

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For Farmland Conservation, It Comes Down To Who Owns It

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The Midwest region has some of the highest rates of rented farmland in the country. And that can have environmental consequences.

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Recipes

Creamy French Sorrel Soup

Soup in ceramic bowl with green and orange flecks visible in a creamy broth. linen napkin and spoon to the right on a wooden surface.

Sorrel is a delicate leafy green with a distinctive lemony taste. This soup is rich and satisfying, but still light and fresh-tasting.

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Fresh Spring Pea Arugula Pesto Pasta

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Liven up your normal pasta routine with this spring pea arugula pesto.

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Mori's Miso Soup

A bowl with cloudy broth and green bits, overhead view, bowl has red interior and two pale sticks are across the bowl towards the top.

Mori Willhite of Katsumi's Teaching Kitchen might go a bit overboard in building umami flavor into her miso soup. But the results are delicious.

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