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[Translate] By NBC4 Staff Published: July 24, 2017, 4:28 pm LOS ANGELES (WCMH) — The debate on immigration has been hitting America’s...

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[Translate] In order to receive development assistance, Tanzania has to give Western agribusiness full freedom and give enclosed...

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[Translate] Grist / Amelia Bates Cover Story By Nathanael Johnson GRIST It was the closest thing you get to a blind date between a...

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[Translate] Food Each generation has had one common desire: to live a more honest, ethical life of self-sufficiency and oneness with...

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[Translate]   By Thacher Schmid, Medium | Op-Ed Rosata Hezumuryano, a Burundi refugee who founded Happiness Family Farm at New...

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Why Small-Scale Farming Is Our...

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[Translate] Local Peace Economy There is nothing inevitable about the demise of rural America. By Sarah van Gelder / AlterNet Photo...

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[Translate] Forget coal. This is how to revive rural America. Maddie OatmanMay/June 2017 issue  MOTHER JONES JoHee Yoon For half a...

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[Translate] The Guardian The meat industry The Observer Audits carried out at more than 300 abattoirs in England, Wales and Northern...

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[Translate] Endangered   Alex Wong/Getty Images On Wednesday, the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee held hearings on...

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[Translate] By Kieran Cooke / Climate News Network  VIA TRUTHDIG     The Cool Farm Tool is boosting production while cutting carbon...

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[Translate]  S.D. Wells  NATURAL NEWS (NaturalNews) The entire organic community of the United States just won a massive victory that...

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[Translate] Environment Creeping bentgrass can cross-pollinate with related wild species and spread uncontrollably. By George...

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[Translate] Less meat, higher yields, open minds, and the right incentives are among the realistic solutions experts see. A boy...

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[Translate] Food . A new short film highlights the joys and challenges of being a young farmer in the arid West. By Chelsey Simpson /...

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[Translate] Food Their fundamental premise is that the value of farmland lies in its contribution to food production, lasting...

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[Translate] By Paul Brown / Climate News Network     Trees planted as windbreaks for crops in Minnesota. (Eli Sagor via Flickr)...

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[Translate]   By Karen Hansen-Kuhn, Foreign Policy in Focus | Report (Photo: Pascal Frei; Edited: LW / TO) The consolidation of...

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[Translate] GRIST … till proven guilty Of course, there are scores of variables when it comes to sustainable farming, but this...

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Here’s Why the Navajo Nation I...

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[Translate] Madeleine Thomas PACIFIC STANDARD The San Juan River is one of the most sacred and agriculturally important areas to the...

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[Translate]   By Tim Radford / Climate News Network     Fertilizers are a major contributor to air pollution in the United...

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[Translate] TAKE PART DAILY   Tove Danovich is a journalist based in New York City. Rising CO2 levels will make plants produce more...

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[Translate] TAKE PART DAILY Human population growth means we need to farm more efficiently so we don’t plow what’s left of the...

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[Translate] By Mark Sumner  DAILY KOS This guy might not be the only one who ends up in a fog. Science Matters Daily Kos While...

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[Translate]   Environment In the process of producing food, we’ve inadvertently filled our planet with toxic forms of nitrogen....

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CARBON SINKS: THE NEXT BIG THI...

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[Translate] THE BLOG HUFFINGTON POST William S. Becker Executive Director, Presidential Climate Action Project This is the 3rd in a...

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[Translate] Food The U.S.—a primary driver of the climate crisis—still isn’t on board with this historic climate agreement. By...

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[Translate] Algae warning along Lake Erie, in Ohio    REUTERS/Joshua Lott Against the ooze By Heather Mack   GRIST I have a...

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[Translate] Food How can we get the most out of our farmland without harming the planet? I traveled to rural Mexico to learn from...

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[Translate] Red Maxwell By Nathanael Johnson Temple Grandin, an animal scientist who teaches at Colorado State University, works to...

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