Despite the massive amount of public and private funding flowing into regenerative agriculture, research shows it doesn’t live up to the climate hype.
Sustainable agriculture prioritizes natural resources and healthy soils but because the label is not well-regulated, any farm can call itself “sustainable.”
Agroecology relies on traditional Indigenous farming knowledge to make farming more sustainable.
In animal agriculture, grazing is the practice of allowing animals to roam across land. Grazing allows animals to behave naturally but it also comes with many environmental downsides.
A growing body of evidence shows that both intensive and extensive farms are increasing the risk of the next pandemic.
Sustainable farming is a broad term for the variety of methods used to produce food in ways that nurture society, the environment, and the economy.
Organic farming is a system of agriculture that does not use pesticides or other harmful practices that are typical of industrial farms when growing plants and raising animals for food.
Regenerative grazing’s central claim—that a properly managed herd will restore soil health and save the planet—has garnered a lot of attention lately. But some are still deeply skeptical.
Hosted by the program’s founder, Renee King-Sonnen, and award-winning journalist Jane Velez-Mitchell, the summit promises to bring together voices from across the industry.
Switching from meat production to growing crops for vegan foods can be good for farmers and the environment.
Feeding the rapidly growing human population, expected to exceed 10 billion people by 2050, hinges on the ability of individual farmers to adopt more sustainable plant-based foods.