Community gardens, rooftop gardens, vertical greenhouses, farmers markets, shopping local, and more!
A growing number of young, university-educated, business-minded and social-media savvy women are getting their hands dirty, taking calculated risks, marketing their products and work their butts off.
'Food wrapped in plastic has become too much to swallow', says supermarket chief.
A movement has been building that recognizes the vital role that small-scale farmers, fishers and harvesters, women, traditional knowledge and appropriate technologies play in transforming our unsustainable and inequitable food system.
Agriculture and Agri-Food released the results of its public consultations this week in a report that offers a glimpse into Ottawa's priorities and the expectations placed upon them.
With a focus on edible northern plants, the 2018 Walk in the Woods conference attracted nearly a dozen attendees from southern Saskatchewan
One of the biggest challenges in effectively tackling poverty is that we have made it the responsibility of charity.
Meticulous Research predicts the global market for edible insects could grow to $1.18 billion by 2023. That’s almost triple its current level.
In rural Kenya, the Waata people were displaced by the creation of a national park. But solar-dried pineapples have offered a lifeline to women who had struggled to make a living from farming in the past.
Nada is a social venture that began a few years back when founder and CEO Brianne Miller was working as a marine biologist, and saw first-hand the negative impact of plastic in the ocean.
The dream began with a taste of grasshopper; now Camola bakery is offering a sustainable baked goods alternative to Albertans.
Rich Francis is reclaiming and reinventing an erased food culture.
The act proposes restrictions on the marketing of food and beverages high in sodium, sugar and saturated fat to children under the age of 13.