Farmers are equipped to tell sustainability stories because they are the ultimate environmentalists, even if they’ve never thought of themselves that way.
The EU’s organic label certification appears more comprehensive and regulated than the U.S. program, with the farm’s location being a major difference.
As reported in the journal Nature, researchers have sequenced new variations of genomes in barley and wheat, a big step toward fighting world hunger.
Kiss the Ground was a missed opportunity — and with too much bashing of farmers! Is it the worst ag film ever? No. Could it have been better? Absolutely.
A group of scientists from the U.S. and Israel have proposed a CO2 removal strategy that utilizes modern genetic engineering of plants.
At every turn there is a new food/farm “documentary” coming out with sensationalist titles like GMO OMG and Cowspiracy, targeting modern farming.
Kiss the Ground is a documentary with infodemic tendencies — style over substance, with some “factoids” made to go viral with no critical analysis.
With millions of people consuming cookbook author Bobby Parrish’s misinformation, Farm Babe had to send an open letter to FlavCity.
Agriculturalists often don’t have a problem reconciling science with faith — the sum being seen as greater than their individual parts.
Though extremely regulated and limited in number, GMOs are some of the most wildly misunderstood and polarizing food items available today.