Fear-mongering of conventional food choices — which are often more affordable, abundant, and accessible — may contribute to food insecurity and mental health.
Using food assistance as the beginning of the relationship that brings individuals and families out of the cycle of poverty is the approach we need to take.
The issue with urban agriculture is that their self-ascribed mission to address food insecurity and provide food access doesn’t come to fruition.
Monsanto is addressing food insecurity in rural Missouri. This weekend at the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia the company will donate $50,000 to the Missouri Farmers Care (MFC) Drive to Feed Kids for its efforts to combat food insecurity and childhood hunger in the state. MFC, which promotes the continued growth of Missouri agriculture and […]
It’s time for another Purple Plow challenge from the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture! The interactive challenge, Growing Your Community, will run through May 1 and asks students to research, design, construct, test, and report on a solution to combat food insecurity in their communities. The top three entries will win a 3-D printer […]