food

Constructed hives that house bees in the middle of a field under a cloudy sky

Here, the UM Beekeeper Club's hives are still in hibernation. (Gracey Massengill/University of Mississippi)

University of Mississippi
The University of Mississippi recently joined the worldwide effort to save pollinators by housing honey bees at the University of Mississippi Field Station.
Planet Forward
What challenges do we face as climate change and concurrent crises threaten food systems? And how can we rise to the challenge to provide food security for all?
George Washington University
This podcast introduces the idea of food representation, an addition to the Farm Bill that will turn food swamps and deserts into lush rainforest with diverse variety of accessible, nutritional foods.
University of Wisconsin-Madison
This video addresses the issue of food insecurity on college campuses and introduces current student-run movements at UW-Madison.

Pathoumma Meusch stands before a small herd of cattle after checking on her goats. Meusch Farms LLC produces grass-fed cattle with little environmental impact, she said. (Photo by: Lauren Ulrich, Indiana University Bloomington)

Indiana University
Pathoumma Meusch doesn’t consider herself revolutionary. “I’m just a farmer,” as she says. But the unassuming woman has championed local food in a region dominated by industrial agriculture and redefined what it means to be a Midwestern farmer.
Man in cap stands on a pier holding a fishing rod, the line of which is cast into a body of blue water under a blue sky with white clouds.

Fisherman Mark Brooks fishes off the Sunshine Skyway North Pier. Mark is just one example of how fishing fosters community and sustainability. (Carter Weinhofer/Eckerd College)

Planet Forward Correspondent | Eckerd College
With an increasing demand for waterfront properties and the growing impact of climate change, fishing communities are in danger; but, the societal and economic roles filled by fishing are irreplaceable.
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
A herd of tawny brown cattle graze in silvopasture amongst trees spaced several feet apart.

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.

Despite how it looks, this is not a plate of eggs. It's a plant-based egg substitute that looks and tastes remarkably like the real thing.

Founding Director, Planet Forward
Would you eat plant-based eggs or lab-grown meat? Health and climate are inspiring change in what’s on the menu.
Franklin & Marshall College
In Washington D.C., urban agriculture organizations are finding innovative methods to provide food access to Black residents and inspire systemic change.

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