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10 Organizations Fighting Climate Change With Food

A recently published United Nations report warned that climate change threatens the world’s food supply. Diminishing water…

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With New Perennial Grain, a Step Forward for Eco-Friendly Agriculture

Some 40 years ago, Wes Jackson, a plant geneticist, founded The Land Institute on the prairie near…

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Editorial: Sacred Seeds effort preserves history for future

The nation’s first farmers were Native Americans. Today, there still are lessons to learn from…

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Salina Woman Appointed to Humanities Kansas

Kansas Governor Kelly appointed Aubrey Streit-Krug, Abby Killingsworth, Jamie Oliver and Brittany Novotny to the…

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‘Braiding the sacred’: Land Institute studies relationship between people, plants

A ritual in May in a field near Salina changed Abbi Han’s life. Han had…

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7 Sustainable Food Organizations To Donate To If You Want To Fight Climate Change

A new United Nations report warns that the world could soon face a global food…

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Follow the Food – Why Soil is Disappearing from Farms

Follow the Food – a multimedia series by BBC Future and BBC World News –…

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A Perennial Revolution

Since the dawn of agriculture, farmers have hit the reset button every year. That’s because…

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Can cereal save the planet? This sustainable new grain may bowl over the industry

The company that makes Cheerios, Lucky Charms and Cocoa Puffs is developing its most ambitious…

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Patagonia Wants to Save the World One Beer at a Time

Typically, when a non-beverage-focused brand announces that they’ve released their own line of craft beers,…

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Grain May Take a Big Bite Out of Cropland Emissions

MADISON, Minn. — Carmen Fernholz’s 500-acre farm in Lac qui Parle County is a modest…

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Cascadian Farm Says This New Cereal Can Help Fight Climate Change

I have an unusual box of cereal in my pantry—the first of a kind, you…

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