Through its commitment to biodiverse farming practices and consumer education, Girl & Dug Farm offers a hopeful example for a healthy, flavorful and culturally diverse food system.
Unique community-supported agriculture programs provide critical revenue for small farmers in the midst of the pandemic and climate-related crises, while also giving consumers the opportunity to actively engage with their local food system.
A history of immigration, trade and discriminatory economic policies have made U.S. farms dependent on exploitable labor mostly by Latinx immigrants.
In the Bay Area, farmer Emilie Winfield works with restaurateurs Michael and Lindsay Tusk to cultivate an exemplary farm-to-fine-dining model.
In Massachusetts, farmer Meryl LaTronica helps Greenfield Community Farm and Just Roots achieve their mission of making fresh food available to all.
At San Diego’s New Roots Community Farm, a group of refugees shape a diverse urban community garden, united across cultures by a common crop: amaranth.
To understand the flavor of our food, three farmers explain how plants affect our animals.