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Appetite for Caviar Could Mean the End for American Paddlefish

Nibbling on black gold was once a delicacy only a few could afford. Only now... (more)

Sam Brasch
November 4, 2013
Weed Island: Is Washington’s Vashon the Proving Ground for Legal, Local Pot?

Washington's Vashon Island is at an unusual crossroads. This rural community of 10,000, located just... (more)

Twilight Greenaway
November 1, 2013
Making It Rain: A Timeline of Weather Control

Human cultures have long asked the skies for rain, but we've gotten scientific about it... (more)

Sam Brasch
October 30, 2013
Using Drones in the Fight Against Apple Scab

Researchers at the University of New Hampshire are working on a new tool to combat... (more)

Rachel Rohr
October 28, 2013
Spookley the Square Pumpkin: Here to Stop Bullying and Save Agritourism

Rather than plant material, he often appears at the farm made of plush or fabric... (more)

Sam Brasch
October 25, 2013
Getting Canadian Farmers to Kick their Foreign Seed Addiction

Canadian farmers have long been dependent on imported seeds from Europe and the USA. The... (more)

Karen Pinchin
October 24, 2013
Rwanda’s Ag Minister: Agnes Matilda Kalibata

Agnes Matilda Kalibata has transformed Rwanda's farms - and she's not done yet.

Miles Bredin
October 11, 2013
A Backyard Wind Farm of Your Very Own

Harness the wind to power your house.

Andrew Jenner
October 11, 2013
Why Monsanto Spent $1 Billion on Climate Data

Going beyond seeds to data farming.

Dan Mitchell
October 2, 2013