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Where Has All the Mustard Gone?

Essential to a traditional vinaigrette and divine when accompanying a piece of ribeye, mustard is... (more)

Chloe Faure
Alaskan Salmon Face a Stream of New Mines

This article was originally published on Undark. Read the original article. Wild Alaskan salmon are... (more)

Becki Robins
November 26, 2022
To Stop New Viruses Infecting Humans, We Must Protect Bat Habitat

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

Alison Peel, Peggy Eby, Raina Plowright
November 23, 2022
Egg Whites Could be the Key to Cleaning Our Oceans

In hopes of finding a cheap, easy way to come by material to filter microplastics... (more)

Shea Swenson
November 15, 2022
Could Dissolvable Cranberry Film Replace Plastic Packaging Someday?

  Imagine making a bowl of oatmeal or a cup of instant ramen noodles. You... (more)

Emily Baron Cadloff
November 14, 2022
Bees Are Starving After Extreme Weather Events

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

Jennie L. Durant
November 9, 2022
Turn Your Backyard Into a Snack Yard With Edible Landscapes

Landscapers are making private and public spaces more useful, and planting edible alternatives to traditional... (more)

Emily Baron Cadloff
November 7, 2022
Water Treatment Plants Are Ineffective at Removing Forever Chemicals

In a new study, PFAS compounds were found in both untreated and treated water across... (more)

Shea Swenson
November 4, 2022
There Will Be No Alaskan Crab Harvest This Year

Due to dwindling populations of snow and king crabs, the state has canceled this year’s... (more)

Shea Swenson
October 20, 2022
Up and Down the East Coast, Farmers Work to Rebuild After Hurricanes

Damages from Hurricanes Fiona and Ian are wide-ranging and long-lasting. Now, producers battered by wild... (more)

Emily Baron Cadloff
October 6, 2022
Making the Case for Intercropping

A new study supports the practice of cultivating more than one crop in a field... (more)

Shea Swenson
September 28, 2022