Women Own Half the Farmland in America. They Don't Earn Half the Profits.
Here's we know about women in agriculture in 2019.
Will Elizabeth Warren's Plan to Break Up Agribusiness Help Small Farmers?
The presidential candidate proposes to fight industrial agriculture through reforms on mergers, checkoff programs, right-to-repair, and country-of-origin labels.
A Former Monsanto Executive Could Be the Next U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director
Aurelia Skipwith is a biologist and lawyer who's been with the Department of the Interior since April of 2017.
What's the Difference Between Antibiotic-Free and GMO-Free?
Only one movement has science to back it.
The Stealth Trade Agreement That Could Super-Size Industrial Agriculture
The “finish line is in sight” for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which would likely send a generation of forward-thinking agrarian reform straight down the drain.
Going Up? Vertical Farming in High-Rises Raises Hopes
An angry Mother Nature and increasing urbanization have led Columbia's Dickson Despommier to urge agriculturalists to consider tilling vertical farms in high-rises. A Miller-McCune.com interview.