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    Kyle Thiermann: Surfing for Change

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    The Organic Life: Saying “I do”

    Beyond the joys of harvest, a new documentary reveals a full year in the life of a small farmer....

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    Ballymaloe: Learn Organic Haute Cuisine—in Ireland?

    A world-class cooking school—in Ireland? It makes much more sense than you might think, as Ireland’s top chef and co-founder of the Ballymaloe Cookery School explains....

  • FoodCorps: Bringing Healthy Food to Kids

    FoodCorps: Bringing Healthy Food to Kids

    Find out how one passionate group taught over 67,000 children about eating nutritiously, served up 46,000 pounds of fresh, local produce in school cafeterias, and much, much more....

  • Clare Barboza: Focus on the Farm

    Clare Barboza: Focus on the Farm

    Take an inspiring trip to the farm through the eyes of photographer Clare Barboza. We couldn’t resist her evocative bucolic images, including this issue’s cover shot. There’s lots to enjoy. It’s hard to pick a favorite. Ours is a tie between the pigs and the goats....

  • Chef Rick Moonen: Mastering Sustainable Seafood

    Chef Rick Moonen: Mastering Sustainable Seafood

    Top Chef Master Rick Moonen is a talented culinary artist and a character with great character. The champion of sustainable seafood talks with us about how he got “pushed into” becoming an outspoken environmentalist....

  • The State of Organic: 2014

    The State of Organic: 2014

    What’s the current state of organic? Our panel of industry experts takes a deep dive and ends up with an optimistic eye toward the coming five years. We find the news very encouraging....

Print Edition Articles

  • FoodCorps: Bringing Healthy Food to Kids

    Find out how one passionate group taught over 67,000 children about eating nutritiously, served up 46,000 pounds of fresh, local produce in school cafeterias, and much, much more.

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  • Clare Barboza: Focus on the Farm

    Take an inspiring trip to the farm through the eyes of photographer Clare Barboza. We couldn’t resist her evocative bucolic images, including this issue’s cover shot. There’s lots to enjoy. It’s hard to pick a favorite. Ours is a tie between the pigs and the goats.

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  • Chef Rick Moonen: Mastering Sustainable Seafood

    Top Chef Master Rick Moonen is a talented culinary artist and a character with great character. The champion of sustainable seafood talks with us about how he got “pushed into” becoming an outspoken environmentalist.

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  • The State of Organic: 2014

    What’s the current state of organic? Our panel of industry experts takes a deep dive and ends up with an optimistic eye toward the coming five years. We find the news very encouraging.

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  • Michael Hansen, PhD: The GMO Tipping Point

    A Senior Staff Scientist with Consumers Union, Hansen has been following the GMO scene since the 1980s. Find out why he thinks the tipping point has arrived for genetic modification.

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  • Los Poblanos: Beautiful, Organic New Mexico

    This combination of organic farm and historic inn provides a lovingly cared for living example of authenticity in the Central Rio Grande Valley of New Mexico. See why we’re enchanted by this agri-tourism gem.

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Web-Exclusive Features

Farmer John, Make Room for Farmer Jane

Farmer John, Make Room for Farmer Jane

The role of women in U.S. agriculture—especially on organic and small-scale farms—is on the rise!

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Publisher's Blog

How about a Month of Less Stress?

How about a Month of Less Stress?

Since April is Stress Awareness Month we thought some remarks on the subject of stress would be appropriate.

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Guest Authors

Risky Business: Big Food Companies, Lawsuits and GMO Labeling

Risky Business: Big Food Companies, Lawsuits and GMO Labeling

Big Food’s opposition to GMO labeling doesn’t make much sense in the face of a growing number of lawsuits for false “natural” claims on GMO foods.

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News on Our Radar

Portland: Food Cart Heaven

Portland: Food Cart Heaven

The food cart scene has taken off in Portland in a way it hasn’t in other cities—transforming vacant lots into community spaces and making neighborhoods more pedestrian-friendly and livable.

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Food Safety Action Center

In Association with the Center for Food Safety

Nanotechnology and Food Safety: What You Need to Know

Nanotechnology and Food Safety: What You Need to Know

Nanotechnology has the potential to be used in a broad array of products, including foods and cosmetics. Unbeknownst to us, it is already commonly used in many products that are part of our daily lives.

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GMO Foods

Risky Business: Big Food Companies, Lawsuits and GMO Labeling

Risky Business: Big Food Companies, Lawsuits and GMO Labeling

Big Food’s opposition to GMO labeling doesn’t make much sense in the face of a growing number of lawsuits for false “natural” claims on GMO foods.

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Video Theater

Video Recipe: Turmeric Delight

Video Recipe: Turmeric Delight

Chef AK from Finca Farms shows us a unique recipe for Turmeric Delight.

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