Indiana farmer Liz Brownlee heads to the nation's capital to testify on behalf of Indiana Young Farmers.
The Chef at Function Brewing shares a recipe for Chile Verde using jackfruit instead of pork.
Is gluten bad for your health? Well, that depends. We talk with a biological anthropologist about complications surrounding gluten.
Producer Josephine McRobbie visits the food science archives at North Carolina State, and shares some interesting mid-century experiments.
There's a growing debate between congress and the USDA about how to help out farmers who’ve lost their grain due to flooded storage bins.
The EPA announced last week that the agency is considering changes that would allow them to veto state restriction on pesticides that are more strict than federal rules.
Farmers aren't producing enough to keep up with the number of smaller markets that keep popping up, often in close proximity to others. This results in fewer customers, unsold food and maybe closure.
Kashmir Valley, a place of stunning beauty, has been engulfed by violence for decades. While curfews often grind the rest of life to a halt, one market, sourced from giant floating gardens, is exempt.
Farm to Family Fund honors the farmers growing food, and the people in need of food. Earth Eats follows their work on a typical Saturday in winter.
Regulators in Arkansas voted to allow some use of the herbicide dicamba that was previously banned after complaints that it causes damage to nearby crops.
Some farmers say they're buying a popular new soybean seed partly because they're afraid of crop damage from herbicide drift. A new lawsuit claims the seed maker is violating antitrust laws.
As the climate gets drier, researchers are looking again at an alternative method to grow rice — a crop that feeds millions of people — that uses less water. But support for the technique is mixed.
As the government shutdown stretches into its third week, it continues to affect everything from National Park trash to long lines at the airport.
Even with the backing of state-based beer giant Coors, small farmers just couldn't compete with the Pacific Northwest. And with more people choosing wine and spirits, some craft brewers are closing.
We check in with Puerto Rican Farmers one year after Hurricane Maria, with Harvest Public Media’s Grant Gerlock.
India is the world's biggest consumer of palm oil, a crop which threatens the country's water supply and is linked to deforestation. But the government faces little opposition to expand plantations.
A global development research organization's study suggests that there's little data showing whether growers benefit from sustainably certifying their coffee because they are difficult to monitor.
Two women connect across generations, around their love of farming, and their commitment to helping farmers.
The Smith family foundation aims to build a chicken business in Africa, but the extensive project is costly and difficult, and Rwanda cannot yet support a modern poultry industry without aid money.
Depression-Era Federal Program May Come To Farmers’ Rescue As Trade War Continues