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Inside Pasa Sustainable Agriculture

The Pasa conference is one of the year's most popular events for sustainable and organic farmers—in Pennsylvania and beyond.

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Investing in a Sustainable Food Future

Most capital invested in agriculture in the U.S. flows to large, commodity farms. For smaller operations that don’t fit the conventional mold, it can be difficult—if not impossible—to get...

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Past Reflections and Future Aspirations: This Year in Food & Agriculture

What policies and movements will shape food production in 2021 and beyond?

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Are Alt Meats Better for the Planet?

Forecasts point to the market for plant- and cell-based meat alternatives exploding over the next decade, largely because of the sustainability claims companies make when marketing these ...

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Perilous Bounty

Centralized, uber-efficient, industrialized agriculture is often presented as necessary to “feed the world.” In his new book, Perilous Bounty: The Looming Collapse of American Farming and...

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Agroforestry 101

Producing food requires land. As a result, forests are often razed to make space for crops or animals, creating environmental tradeoffs. But what if there were a middle ground between for...

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4 Years of Trump

As the country prepares for President-elect Biden to take office in January, host Jenna Liut is joined by journalist Lisa Held to reflect on the major food and agricultural policy changes...

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A Small Farm IPO?

Vital Farms started on a Texas farm with 20 chickens. This year, the pasture-raised egg company went public.

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Climate change and resiliency in agtriculture

Reporter for Civil Eats, and Farm Report host and producer Lisa Held gives a look at what a Biden presidency might mean for addressing the impact of climate change on agriculture.   ...

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Rural Vote: Dispatch from the Campaign Trail

When it comes to election day, political pundits love to discuss which way “farmers” are going to vote. In the case of this election, the prevailing idea is that most farmers—especially c...