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For Drawing Carbon Down, Perennial Grains

Move over, Quinoa. Agriculture is responsible for 70 percent of global freshwater consumption, in large part due…

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Plants are Great at Storing CO2. These Scientists Aim to Make Them Even Better.

Many strategies aimed at mitigating global warming involve huge shifts in human behavior: stop burning coal…

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Meet 5 people fixing the food system

By 2050, the world’s population could hit 9 billion. That’s a lot of mouths to feed!…

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Farmers get guidance on growing new perennial grains

While most industrial grain crops are annuals that must be replanted every year, a new…

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Kernza and the promise of perennial grain

ANAHEIM, CALIF. — At The Perennial restaurant in San Francisco, customers may order a crisp…

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Five Innovative Foods We’ll Be Seeing More of in the Future

On a shiny list of future foods, a humble grain might not stick out. But…

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Growing Against the Grain

The Land Institute pioneers a new paradigm that challenges our current destructive agriculture model: switching annual…

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Can Planet Earth Feed 10 Billion People?

The Rodale Institute, the country’s oldest organization that researches organic agriculture, gathered 250 samples of…

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Askov Finlayson Giving 110% to Fight Climate Change

To jumpstart their giving while the first measurement is calculated, Askov is pledging to donate…

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New Healthy Soil Guide Gives Cooks a Better Recipe for Climate Change

I’d never really thought too much about the difference between annual and perennial [plants] until…

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Let’s use the right-of-way in a smarter way

While the fact that a honest-to-goodness wheatgrass farm has been established along the shoulder of…

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Kernza more than just a new food trend

You won’t be buying Kernza bread in a Manitoba bakery or grocery store any time…

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