It’s the last place you’d expect to find an organic farm. But from its Brooklyn rooftop location, right up against the New York City skyline, its influence is being felt far and wide.
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For renowned Portland, Oregon, chef Matt Christianson, it’s not just the local ingredients that make a difference—it’s the many nuances of time, growing methods and locality.
Renowned professor, author, activist, and star of several important food documentaries Marion Nestle is taking food system education to a new level: illustrating it with cartoons. Nestle sat down with Organic Connections to tell us about her unique approach and why, after all these years, she’s still in the game and quite optimistic about its outcome.
With his Blossoming Caravan Catering company, Chef Coby Leibman has set a whole new trend: catered food strictly from local, seasonal—and even wild—sources.
Who would have thought home vegetable gardening would catch on in the Arizona desert? Thanks to a unique business called Farmyard, it has—in a big way.
You may have heard that the “Monsanto Protection Act” is once again before the Senate for a continuance. Here are the facts and what you can do to help keep it from coming about.
Industrial hemp is grown and has endless uses in some 30 countries throughout the world. Its use is legal in the US and it is imported at great expense—but why can’t we grow it? A new documentary, Bringing It Home, explores the complete untruths that brought about industrial hemp’s American illegality—and the many benefits that await us when we finally see the light.