Remembering the Food Workers We’ve Lost to COVID-19 Part 4

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken an incalculable toll on the food industry workers of America,... (more)

Shea Swenson
May 14, 2021
Doctors in India Warn Cow Dung Will Not Prevent COVID-19

In the early days of COVID-19, when the ways it spread were not well understood... (more)

Dan Nosowitz
May 13, 2021
Study Finds Some Meateaters Experience ‘Meat Disgust’, Too

A new study authored by Elisa Becker at the University of Exeter may have found... (more)

Dan Nosowitz
May 12, 2021
Water Wells are at Risk of Going Dry in the US and...

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. As the... (more)

Debra Perrone and Scott Jasechko
May 11, 2021
A New Route to Hardier Rice: Tweak its Microbiome

The next wave of innovations in crop science may come not from cross-breeding plants or... (more)

Casey Crownhart
May 9, 2021
Bees Can Be Trained to Detect COVID-19

When we think about training animals to complete tasks, it usually involves mammals. Dogs can... (more)

Dan Nosowitz
May 8, 2021
Is It Time for a Second White House Summit on Food?

Sen. Cory Booker is still a relative newbie on the Senate Agriculture Committee, but that... (more)

Josh Voorhees
May 7, 2021
Survey Finds Pesticides Threaten Important Soil Ecosystems

“Soil health” is a recurring refrain for the sustainable agriculture movement, and it  is, at... (more)

Dan Nosowitz
May 5, 2021
A Legal Battle Rages Over Smoking Sugar Fields in South Florida

Southern Florida is home to the largest concentration of sugarcane plantations in the US. The... (more)

Shelby Vittek
May 4, 2021