Navigating a new era in agritourism: persistent drought in West Texas causes corn maze owners to reimagine fall tradition
Planet Forward Correspondent | Texas Tech University
How one West Texas family created a sustainable and drought-tolerant crop maze to save a beloved fall tradition from drying out.
Planet Forward Correspondent | Colorado State University, Center for Science Communication
Colorado farmer, Roy Pfaltzgraff, reflects on the challenges he faces as a farmer, how he has adapted, and the importance of consumers understanding food production.
SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry
Have you ever wondered where the chicken on your plate came from? More specifically, what it took to transform a live animal into a topping for your sandwich? In this video, we explore the labor and love that goes into processing poultry. Similar to... Read More
Recipes for Food Security | The new 'big ag': What regenerative agriculture can learn from conventional farming
Cattle graze in silvopasture (Photo courtesy of The National Agroforestry Center/ https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/?ref=ccsearch&atype=rich).
Planet Forward FAO Fellow | Franklin & Marshall College
Sustainable agriculture has an accessibility problem. One Virginia farmer has a vision to solve it.
Floods, hurricanes, and heatwaves: Climate change will intensify extreme weather in Illinois, report finds
According to The Nature Conservancy, intense weather will transform hydrology, health, economics, and ecosystems in Illinois, as reported by Eva Herscowitz for Medill.
The George Washington University
The pandemic may have forced you into a new relationship with food. But the food that ends up on your plate has always traveled a complicated, exploitative, and convoluted path to get there.
Nearly a third of food is wasted at the household level and that eats into our own finances while damaging the environment. How can we fix this?
Planet Forward Senior Correspondent
Francis Wachira shows it is possible to end hunger and fight climate change through urban farming in Nairobi, Kenya.
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Crave Brothers Farmstead Cheese is a Wisconsin family-owned farm that is carbon negative due to their anaerobic manure digester.