Food

The George Washington University
La Ventana de los Mil Días is a Guatemalan health initiative that focuses on preventing malnutrition in young children under the age of 2 years old, pregnant and breastfeeding women, and women in their birth giving years.
GWU
A new group of Planet Forward Explorers is headed to Guatemala to investigate the impact of nutrition in the first 1000 days of a child's life. Meet the team and follow their journey.
Video by Nimet Kirac and Musadiq Bidar
Video by Nimet Kirac and Musadiq Bidar
George Washington University
What do YOU do with the all the food you don’t eat? Composting is a good option, but there's a problem of convenience - which one company may have a solution for.
The George Washington University
Three GWU Latin American and Hemispheric Studies masters students have teamed up with Planet Forward to conduct research on malnutrition in Guatemala.
Video by Julia Blakely and John Perrino
Video by Julia Blakely and John Perrino
How do you fit 12 acres of productivity into 12,000 square feet? Just ask Mary Ellen Taylor, The Lettuce Lady.
Video by Matt Seedorff and Leor Reef
Video by Matt Seedorff and Leor Reef
George Washington University
Paul Tergat went from running 6 miles to school and back as a kid just to get one meal to being an Olympic athlete and marathon world record holder with the help of a school meal program.
Blog by Gabe Salkin
Blog by Gabe Salkin
Self-driving combines? Check. A solar array that powers the whole farm? Check. A whole new philosophy to bring environmentalists and farmers together? Check.
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Roger Williams University seniors Nicholle Buckley and Christopher Ferreira were among the attendees at the Feeding the Planet Summit. These journalism students came to DC, experienced the city and met with leaders and innovators in the agricultural... Read More
Video by Jenny Rabago and Asthaa Chaturvedi
Video by Jenny Rabago and Asthaa Chaturvedi
The George Washington University
40 percent of food in the United States is wasted. DC Central Kitchen has a food recycling program that targets the first place this waste occurs: the farm.
Video Courtesy of Bus Roots
Video Courtesy of Bus Roots
Planet Forward, GWU School of Media and Public Affairs
Is the roof of a bus prime space for a garden? Can a fleet of them bring green space to a city? One entrepreneur says "yes."

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