Most people think farmers' markets are more expensive than supermarkets—but studies don't always support that conclusion. In fact, they're often cheaper.
As ethical tomatoes become more common, a new curriculum teaches migrant workers how not to be exploited
The seed giant has spent years going after anyone who plants its crops illegally—but now it has to defend itself
Rumblings of raw milk regulations have put farmers on edge—but for now their cash cows aren't going anywhere
With the oil industry shifting from friendly PR to legal battles, competing narratives about Gulf marine life have emerged
Our reporter joins Florida farmworkers in Boston as they tour the East Coast and make their case for fairer wages
How a group of students from—where else?—Berkeley fought Panda Express and built a nationwide co-op movement
California's Santa Barbara County grows more than 75 kinds of fruits and vegetables. So why are its adult residents overweight?
Off the coast of British Columbia, our sustainable seafood expert experiences the sweetness of Canadian spot prawns
The Obama administration's decision marks another big victory for Big Ag. It wasn't even close.
Evidence in support of pastured cows, the rise of genetically modified chickens, and other recent stories
Scientists use methyl bromide to create cancer cells in the lab. So why did the Governator approve its use on crops?
WikiLeaks cables reveal that when it comes to promoting modified foods abroad, nothing is off limits—not even the Vatican
A round-up of recent stories from the worlds of sustainable seafood and organic dairy—and more good news than bad
The same seed company supplying the White House garden is suing the government for illegally planting GM beets
Ninety percent of Florida's tomato industry has just done the unthinkable and raised wages for pickers by a penny per pound. And that penny actually matters.
The Department of Agriculture is paying companies and trade associations to undermine its own pesticide research
Genetically modified sugar beets, Canada's takedown of BPA, closing an organic loophole, and more
Florida farm workers have convinced a major tomato grower to adopt Fair Food standards—and others are feeling the heat
In Western Massachusetts, an innovative fish farm is raising a sustainable alternative to conventionally farmed fish: barramundi