1. Agroecology: A Path to Realizing the Right to Food

    Background paper by Olivier De Schutter, United Nations Special Rapporteur for the Right to Food. Reports. Food First... (comment match)

  2. What we need is 40 acres and a mule

    The case of Brent, a urban famer. The urban agriculture movement, sweeping across urban areas, from West Oakland to Detroit, Milwaukee and Chicago to the Bronx and beyond, is a... (comment match)

  3. We will not wait for government

    Concerning how African branch of La Via Campesina (LVC) pledges to build food sovereignty from below by promoting agroecology in the region of Southern, Eastern and Central Africa. Case Studies... (comment match)

  4. The color of food

    The Color of Food aims to address the lack of voices from Asian, Black, Latino and Native American communities in the dialogue on healthy food and food justice. Case Studies... (comment match)

  5. Introducing LocallyGrown – an innovative online farmers market system

    Eric Wagoner , the creator of LocallyGrown, said that the initiative “…is best described as an online farmers market system where customers buy their produce online and come to one... (comment match)

  6. “Bring the food to them”: A different kind of food truck

    It’s a very simple concept designed to overcome the barriers of affordability and access to healthy foods. The MoGro vision is to eliminate food deserts in New Mexico so that... (comment match)

  7. Seed Lending Libraries: Empowered Communities Take Control of their Genetic Resources

    Seed libraries are places where members of the community can come and literally “check out” seeds just like one checks out a book, for free. Members can take, grow, save,... (comment match)