A new way to fight global warming and corporate agriculture: Eat only locally grown food, and call yourself a localvore.
As he shapes the Senate farm bill, Tom Harkin should heed progressives and forge legislation that ends subsidies and gives a fair shake to family farmers.
The bipartisan farm bill making its way through Congress offers real hope to feed the hungry at home and abroad and improve nutrition for poor kids. But it faces a likely presidential veto over, you guessed it, taxes.
From Providence to Los Angeles and even the Bronx, urban rivers that were polluted and even paved over are being restored.
Local food projects and community gardens are springing up in urban areas all over the country, cutting a promising new path to empowering the poor.
America's kids will get less calcium because of our unabated appetite for gas-guzzling cars--and the wrongheaded belief that ethanol is the answer.
A delegation of church leaders traveled to the US, calling on corporate mogul Ira Rennert to clean up the smelters that are poisoning the children of Peru.
Here's a way to consume less oil: Eat locally! Video artist
She cuts her lawn slowly with a push mower. I save time, hiring men to run machines, burn gas, kill the ozone. Who's the wiser?
Something very strange has happened to food in the richest country in the world:
It's fast, but it ain't good. And it travels way too far a distance from the field to your fork.