Consumer Reports has created a produce ranking — under the ominous heading “Stop Eating Pesticides” — based allegedly on pesticide residues.
All of us in agriculture have to do more to reach new parents — it’s a time when so many well-intentioned people will start to make bad food choices.
Assemblymember Ian Calderon introduced legislation that revises a California Act that regulates the handling of solid waste, like leftover food.
Burger King’s new musical commercial about climate change is nothing more than virtue signalling — agriculture itself is already making huge strides.
A garden will never do the work of a farm. It will never be more than a hobby. It will never produce consistent and sufficient crops to keep me fed.
Modern agriculture isn’t a stagnant mindset — farmers do lots of research and strive to make informed decisions at every turn.
How we choose to respond to someone with a misconception about agriculture is important. We aren’t going to win friends by mocking someone.
These agriculture companies — big and small — are finding ways to support our communities during these difficult times.
Virginia farmer Joel Salatin has lots of big ideas about things he knows very little about, and his coronavirus comments are just the latest example.
Who knows how the economy will turn or how daily life will have to change. But for once, I feel like we’re all united.