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Can Cities Produce Enough Food to Feed Their Citizens?

Metropolitan areas may not seem like farming hubs. But they might surprise you.

Dan Nosowitz
October 10, 2018
The Farm Bill Expired … Bad News for Many

Minority farmers, conservation, and organics will be hurt.

Dan Nosowitz
October 9, 2018
NAFTA Will Be Replaced by the USMCA. How Does It Affect Agriculture?

NAFTA is dead, replaced by an updated, though broadly similar, trade pact: the United States-Mexico-Canada... (more)

Dan Nosowitz
October 9, 2018
FDA Will Now Tell You Where Contaminated Food Was Actually Sold

Also, there's a very large recall of ground beef.

Dan Nosowitz
October 2, 2018
Colombia’s Coca Production Is Growing, Despite Efforts

The crop is larger than it's ever been, and that's bad news.

Dan Nosowitz
October 1, 2018
North Carolina Produces 60% of the Country’s Sweet Potatoes. The Crop Is...

Hurricane Florence is destroying a classic fall crop.

Dan Nosowitz
September 26, 2018
Under the USDA’s Definition, 90 Percent of Iowa’s Farms Are “Family Farms”

The USDA thinks "family farm” means something different than you do.

Dan Nosowitz
September 17, 2018
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