In 1953, not long before President Dwight Eisenhower suffered a heart attack in office, the…Read More about How to Get America on the Mediterranean Diet
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“The problem that agriculture has faced for 10,000 years is it started with the wrong…Read More about Behold Kernza: Could this wheat save the planet?
The potential footprint of Kernza is indeed dramatically different than that of domesticated wheat. The…Read More about How Scientists in Kansas and Missouri Are Exploring a New Frontier in Agriculture
On a splendid May day, Valentin Picasso is visiting tests of a crop called kernza…Read More about Fine-tuning a new crop that saves soil, produces grain and forage for cows
Transitioning to more sustainable forms of agriculture remains critical, as many current agriculture practices have…Read More about 17 Organizations Feeding and Healing the World Through Regenerative Agriculture
When a team of researchers set loose a buzzing horde of Hessian flies on 20,000…Read More about How Seeds from War-Torn Syria Could Help Save American Wheat
Kernza®, a perennial grain developed by the U.S. The Land Institute, is another success story…Read More about Key role in wheat quest
Aubrey Streit Krug from The Land Institute in Salina, Kansas talks about the ground—soil, plants,…Read More about Grounded—Our Future on the Land
Move over, Quinoa. Agriculture is responsible for 70 percent of global freshwater consumption, in large part due…Read More about For Drawing Carbon Down, Perennial Grains
Many strategies aimed at mitigating global warming involve huge shifts in human behavior: stop burning coal…Read More about Plants are Great at Storing CO2. These Scientists Aim to Make Them Even Better.
By 2050, the world’s population could hit 9 billion. That’s a lot of mouths to feed!…Read More about Meet 5 people fixing the food system
While most industrial grain crops are annuals that must be replanted every year, a new…Read More about Farmers get guidance on growing new perennial grains