The Millennium Villages Project tests out the theory that where there’s clean water, there’s an answer to extreme poverty.
“Serve your country food!” is the rallying cry of The Greenhorns, a nationwide community of young farmers who are changing the American landscape. [Trailer]
The World According to Monsanto reveals how the agricultural company's merciless attempts to control the world's seed supply may be creating "the greatest threat to human rights of our time." [Trailer]
Tribal elders and farmers in Afghanistan’s eastern provinces are replacing opium poppies with pomegranates as a lucrative, and peaceful, cash crop.
BIL, an "open, self- organizing, emergent, arts, science, society and
technology conference" will brew up new visions of community in Long Beach, CA Feb. 7 and 8.
Walk About Love is organizing a three month trek across Israel to promote cross-cultural understanding and cooperation.
Recent excavations of the Yanghai tombs near Turpan, China have unearthed a 2,700-year old shaman who was buried with 28 ounces of marijuana for use in the afterlife.
Hopi and Navajo elders are now petitioning the government to stop invasive and environ- mentally destructive coal mining on Black Mesa. Act today and help their cause.
In a sign of bad economic times, more than 40,000 people picked what was left of a Colorado farm’s fall harvest.
The upcoming documentary Edible City shows us that the next generation of farmers are changing our relationship with food one backyard at a time. [Trailer]