The process of acquiring arable land is not as simple as it used to be — and it’s especially daunting for first-generation farmers.
“El Sur Latino” is a hybrid world that has been in the making for hundreds of years.
Far from being just a local celebrity vegetable, the Vidalia onion’s story bridges continents and involves far more twists and turns than one might expect.
Rachel Laudan explores the mutability of corn, not only as as a foodstuff, but also in terms of its economic, political, religious, moral implications.
Foodways surround both the cultural history around tobacco-growing and some farmers’ hopes for its replacement.
Bonita Conwell, a vibrant force in agricultural, social, and economic justice, passed away Tuesday, November 8, 2016.
Ree Ree Wei and several other teenagers began recording audio on Transplanting Traditions Community Farm, thanks to producer Alix Blair, who ran a week-long workshop for them.
If you want to learn about food systems with a focus on policy and advocacy, these programs are for you.
The Georgia peach is an icon, serving as shorthand for Southern beauty, hospitality, sweetness, and agrarian identity. Tom Okie shares how its roots sink deep into the messy racial politics of Southern history.