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Will climate cookbooks change how we eat?

Sustainable diets have been around for ages, but an emerging cookbook genre signals a new appetite for change.
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Food justice advocates didn't set out to save the climate. Their solutions are doing it anyway

How New York's rich history of urban gardening connects food justice and climate mitigation.
Soil health is human health

Soil health is human health

The two soil-health pioneers discuss the nutrient benefits of regenerative practices, and how they may also be a solution to drought in the West.
This group has rerouted 250 million pounds of food from landfills to feed people in need

This group has rerouted 250 million pounds of food from landfills to feed people in need

Food Forward, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit, is using the lessons it learned during the pandemic to expand to other cities, regions, and communities.
Farm to school efforts just got a big influx of cash. Will it help more schools get on board?
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Farm to school efforts just got a big influx of cash. Will it help more schools get on board?

California approved a massive increase in funds to help school districts buy locally grown foods. But money is just one of many obstacles to success.
How the cooperative food movement is evolving

How the cooperative food movement is evolving

Suparna Kudesia, the executive director of the Cooperative Food Empowerment Directive, explains what’s at stake and what’s ahead for the cooperative movement, as well the work CoFED is doing to build a more just food system.

Public libraries are making it easy to check out seeds—and plant a garden

Public libraries are making it easy to check out seeds—and plant a garden

Across the country, libraries are giving away seeds to encourage neighbors to plant food, spend more time outside, and build a relationship with nature.
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