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Sorry, Salad Lovers: We May Have No Mesclun Mix (For Two Weeks)

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6 mentions2 months ago
The system that delivers fresh salad greens like clockwork to the nation's grocery stores is breaking down slightly. In about three weeks, consumers may get a reminder of two things.

How NASA and the UN are using location intelligence to build smart cities in developing countries

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5 mentions2 months ago
For smart cities to succeed, they require real-time, location-based strategies, solutions and responses to effectively deliver the services that make cities work. These include everything from health and education to ...

Growing A Living Resistance To Trump’s Anti-Climate Policies

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3 mentions3 weeks ago
The solar industry now provides more jobs than coal, and pays its workers better, but that didn’t stop Donald Trump from citing “job-killing regulations” among his reasons for signing an ...

New Deforestation Hot Spots in the World’s Largest Tropical Forests

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5 mentions2 months ago
New analysis shows what effect forest management policies are having in Indonesia, Brazil and Democratic Republic of the Congo. Where is deforestation worsening around the world? It’s a difficult question ...

Finding Faith on the Farm

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5 mentions3 weeks ago
Photography by Lindsay Clark IT IS A MARK OF MY PRIVILEGE that I have gentleman-farmer pretenses. Only someone who doesn’t produce food for a living could so fetishize the attendant ...

Is organic always better? It’s not as clear-cut as you might think.

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9 mentions1 month ago
This story was originally published by Fusion and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. It’s easy to think that buying organic food helps to support local ...

Burying Their Cattle, Ranchers Call Wildfires ‘Our Hurricane Katrina’

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19 mentions1 month ago
“You think you’re done,” he said, “and the next day you got to go shoot more.” For decades and generations, ranching has defined people’s days. Mr. Kaltenbach would wake up ...

The Future Of Urban Farming Might Actually Be Suburban Farming

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27 mentions1 month ago
When the urban farming startup BrightFarms first launched, it envisioned building its hydroponic greenhouses directly on grocery store roofs and on vacant city lots. Now, it says that the smartest ...

THREE WAYS TO URBAN AGRICULTURES:

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5 mentions4 weeks ago
By Wayne Roberts When Socrates, Plato and the gang had their dialogues about the inner essence of beauty, truth and justice, while hanging out at the farmers market in downtown ...

Hope in the Amazon

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3 mentions2 months ago
When discussing solutions to climate change, conversations usually center on reducing carbon emissions. Equally important, however, is preserving and restoring natural ecosystems, like the Amazon rainforest, that absorb carbon dioxide ...

How drones are helping design the solar power plants of the future

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41 mentions2 months ago
At the edge of a plot of muddy farmland, a few miles down the road from the University of California at Davis, an engineer takes a few quick steps across ...

Where to From Here? The Local Food Movement 15 Years Later

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8 mentions1 month ago
Edible Communities began in 2002 with the launch of Edible Ojai, a magazine that chronicled the rising interest in farm-to-table/local, organic and natural foods. Since that time, the organization started ...

How a climate-friendly flour company built a flourishing market

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16 mentions2 months ago
Shepherd’s Grain sells not only high-quality flour made from wheat grown with no-till practices. It also sells the story of no-till, a farming method that eliminates the significant climate-warming carbon ...

Restore Rural America with Small-Scale Farming

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21 mentions2 weeks ago
Boarded-up business districts. Abandoned warehouses. Barns and homes covered by tarps slowly collapsing into the earth. It was startling how often this scene repeated as I drove through the rural ...

D.C.’s Urban Farms Wrestle with Gentrification and Displacement

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24 mentions1 month ago
If you’ve lived or worked in Washington D.C. over the last decade, the scale and pace of gentrification there has been impossible to miss. Over the last decade, the city ...

Talking Rural Farms and Art with Iowa's Poet Laureate, Mary Swander

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10 mentions2 months ago
Mary Swander is the Poet Laureate of Iowa. She is the author of numerous books, poetry and plays. The plays, based on hours of conversations with Iowans, draw on an ...

Against Cheap Food: An Aide Memoir

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6 mentions1 month ago
In May 2015 the Global Alliance for the Future of Food hosted its first International Dialogue, bringing together over 150 key stakeholders from across sectors to discuss and identify pathways ...

How Millennials Will Forever Change America's Farmlands

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9 mentions3 weeks ago
PointCloudCisco and AppDynamics Close Their Blockbuster DealOneTimeElon Musk Wants NASA Bill to Include More Funding for MarsU.S.-Russian relationsFormer Trump Campaign Chair Paul Manafort Once Worked to Advance Putin’s InterestsBroadsheetThe Broadsheet: ...

Why More Farmers are Making The Switch To Grass-Fed Meat And Dairy

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45 mentions3 weeks ago
Though he didn't come from a farming family, from a young age Tim Joseph was fascinated by the idea of living off the land. Reading magazines like The Stockman Grass ...

Can Organic Food Prevent a Public Health Crisis?

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46 mentions3 weeks ago
Is organic food better for us? A growing number of scientific studies suggest that it is. And now, the latest evidence to support this claim is a new report from ...