A design firm for farmers? Andrew Plotsky has found a unique vehicle for both his agrarian and creative sides in Farmrun studio, to the aesthetic benefit of our burgeoning nonurban culture.
Meet David Bronner and learn about his mission to clean up our world in more ways than one.
World-renowned chef and plant-centric gourmet Deborah Madison shares her unique story and passion—from iconic Greens restaurant in San Francisco to her cookbooks, relocation to the Southwest, and her take on the future of food.
The matriarch of sustainability talks to us about her classic book The Feeding Web and the beginnings of the “eat locally” movement and knowing your farmers. She also discusses school lunches, her views on current trends, and the center of her life—her garden.
Dale Partridge and his partner founded a T-shirt company as a charitable vehicle, and to date Sevenly has donated more than $3 million to charities—a new one every week!
Marty Travis and his wife, Kris, founded a food hub with their own and neighboring farms and soon began supplying top Chicago chefs, like Rick Bayless. Today, they are sharing this successful model with the rest of the country.
How one chef has eliminated even the trickiest, least-suspected GMO ingredients.
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These pioneering green chefs are not simply fixing food but helping fix our broken food system.
A three-generation family farm takes the long view to build fertile soils, biodiversity, and a successful business.
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Prominent doctors, scientists and business leaders urged Congress to pressure the EPA to reject an application to market “Enlist Duo™,” a new toxic GMO herbicide mix.
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Seedsavers is working to preserve over 20,000 varieties of seeds to ensure the future of agriculture.