Meet Madi Holtzman, director of the US branch of Toast Ale, which repurposes day-old bread into beer. Read more about Madi and Toast Ale's solution to surplus.
We can never seem to use up that entire carton of buttermilk! Here, Sherri Brooks Vinton provides pro tips on how to use up every last drop of the tangy stuff.
Harmful algal blooms don't just wreak havoc by causing oxygen-starved dead zones, they have the potential to be toxic to humans, land animals and aquatic life.
Rajasvini Bhansali, Executive Director of Thousand Currents, is an advocate for grassroots-led change. Here she talks about her work, food and climate change.
After years of failed attempts, eight places in the US have adopted a soda tax to help curb obesity and related health problems. How are these taxes gaining ground?
Once known as peasant food, these relatives of cockroaches are now posh fare at many a fancy restaurant. Here, everything you ever wanted to know about lobster.
Procuring local food in the public school system would benefit farmers, our economy and our children. Here are five ways schools can source locally.
Algal blooms occur naturally, but pollution sources like fertilizer runoff and animal agriculture has knocked natural nutrient cycling out of balance.
The future of aquaponics is bright - if some pressing educational and infrastructure needs are met. Lexi Harder, of Oko Farms in Brooklyn, explains.
Gooseberries have been granted a raw deal: from banishment by US law in the early twentieth century to serving as slang for a third wheel. We say it's time that changes!
We chatted with The Common Market, a nonprofit that connects communities with food from sustainable farms, about recent successes and their expansion into the New York City area.
Calling all farmers market lovers! This month, the Farmers Market Coalition will be hosting its 3rd Annual Farmers Market Poster Contest. Anyone can enter - and the prize money will be awarded to the farmers market represented on the poster. Submissions are due Sunday, July 16th - so hurry up and get your designs in!
New York City now has the largest organics collection in the nation and is determined to deliver no waste to landfills by 2030. Meet the person who's overseeing the roll out of composting and food waste solutions aimed at achieving that goal.
The green slime is here! With the 2017 toxic algae season well underway, here are 5 things to know about the link between agriculture and algal blooms.
Find out how much you can reduce your impact on the environment, your health and animal welfare by taking the Reducetarian Pledge. Choose an option to eat less meat for the next 30 days and you'll see your positive impacts add up every day!
Summer and grilling go hand in hand. If sustainability is on the menu, you are in luck, because there have never been so many options available at farmers' markets and even in supermarkets. Here are a few key tips we've put together for sustainable grilling this summer.