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          Jan 14, 2020
          Lindsay Campbell

          About six years ago, Roza Ferdowsmakan, an attorney from Arizona, started thinking about how she could make a meaningful difference in the farm-to-table movement. In the midst of a lengthy divorce, Ferdowsmakan says, she reflected on aspects of her life that she could use as inspiration in a new venture. She had a passion for […]

          Jan 14, 2020
          Dan Nosowitz

          Coffee is one of the most brutal and difficult segments of agriculture. At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the country’s biggest gadget and tech showcase, IBM and an agricultural transparency company called Farmer Connect announced a new app called Thank My Farmer. It uses blockchain to trace coffee from bean to cup, […]

          Jan 13, 2020
          Alex Robinson

          The Himalayas are becoming greener as glaciers continue to melt. The Asian mountain range, which is home to Mount Everest, has seen an increase in what’s called subnival vegetation—the shrubs and grass that live between the treeline and snowline, according to new research. Scientists at the University of Exeter in England used satellite data to […]

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          Lindsay Campbell


          Could Water Buffalo Milk be Texas’s New White Gold?

          In Fredericksburg, Texas, locals know Phil Giglio as the “water buffalo guy.” A year and... (more)

          Lindsay Campbell
          January 8, 2020
          New Gene-Edited Tomato Could Be Huge for Urban Agriculture

          A newly engineered tomato could help solve how we’re going to feed the world’s hungry... (more)

          Alex Robinson
          January 6, 2020
          24-hour Access to Beef, With a Side of Education

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          Kate Bernot
          January 6, 2020
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          Study Finds Reduced Fat Milk More Associated With Obesity Than Whole Milk

          The American dietary guidelines recommend, as they have for years, reduced-fat or skim milk. But... (more)

          Dan Nosowitz
          January 10, 2020
          Most Meat Eaters Think Veganism is Ethical, Study Says

          A newly released survey shows many meat eaters think veganism is a virtuous endeavor. It’s... (more)

          Alex Robinson
          January 9, 2020
          Impossible Foods Made an Impossible Pork

          Impossible Foods, makers of the Impossible Burger that’s been popular at Burger King, just debuted... (more)

          Dan Nosowitz
          January 8, 2020
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          These Lost Crops Were a Likely Staple Food in Indigenous North America

          A group of researchers has unearthed a piece of agricultural history that shows a pair... (more)

          Lindsay Campbell
          January 4, 2020
          Mealworms Can Eat Toxic Polystyrene Foam Safely

          Mealworms are commonly used as food for both animals and people. But research over the... (more)

          Dan Nosowitz
          January 2, 2020
          A New Star(fruit) of Florida Farming

          When most people think of Florida’s fruit industry, they think of citrus. Florida produces about... (more)

          Dan Nosowitz
          January 2, 2020
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