The number of people who die from the disease could be only a fraction of the number who go hungry from it.
A photojournalist captures the rural people and places that occupy 90 percent of the Golden State.
A team of ranchers in South Dakota are using holistic management techniques to regenerate our ailing grasslands and fight climate change
As a North Dakota lake destroys entire towns, Native Americans accept the phenomenon, but others fight for their lives
If water has been rising around your home for decades, what do you do? Most people leave. A few, like Paul Christensen, do not.
For 18 years, North Dakota's Devils Lake has been flooding non-stop and turning farms into resorts—this year as badly as ever
These photos capture the drying of California, where irrigation is a matter of life or death.
Dismayed by factory farms, a 4-H club teams up with Slow Food to revive traditional ways of raising poultry.