North Carolina’s community gardeners and food security supporters have lots to celebrate this summer. As the first bunches of homegrown tomatoes ripen on the vine, two of the state’s most effective food security organizations have announced that they are joining forces to support community gardening.
A new study by Kansas State University, North Dakota State University, and the USDA, documents major sweeping declines in US agricultural biodiversity […]
The 2015 Final Annual Appropriations Bill passed by Congress late last week held more losses than wins for sustainable agriculture. The losses […]
In North Carolina, at least 30% of farmers, 50% of loggers, 80 to 90% of fishers and more than 90% of farmworkers do not have health insurance.