Topic: Agriculture

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The Amount of Money America Wastes on Covert Warfare Will Shock You

The year in special ops. At around 11 o’clock that night, four Lockheed MC-130 Combat Talons, turboprop Special Operations aircraft, were flying thr...   [ continue reading...]

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8 Business Leaders Who Are Investing to Close Slaughterhouses for Good

Click here for reuse options! These business executives and entrepreneurs know that the future of food means not ki...   [ continue reading...]

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The "Non-War" Wars: A Guide to the Coming Year in Special Ops

US Army special operations forces fire an MK19-3 40 mm grenade machine gun during a field training exercise at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, October 30, 2013....   [ continue reading...]

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Trump Delivers a Hollow, Self-Congratulatory Speech to Farmers in Nashville

 Donald Trump is big with the farmers. How big? Just ask him. “Oh, are you happy you voted for me,” the president cooed during his speech at...   [ continue reading...]

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World Health Organization Says Cannabidiol Is Safe, With No Potential for Abuse

A division of the World Health Organization declared CBD oil to be safe, with many potential benefits, and recommended that it should remain fully legal. The r...   [ continue reading...]

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Hopes for 2018 by Movement Leaders Around the Globe

"The innovation and vision of Black people is critical, along with the activation of millions who understand that our futures are tied to one another." —A...   [ continue reading...]

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GMOs, Global Agribusiness and the Destruction of Choice

One of the myths perpetuated by the pro-GMO (genetically modified organisms) lobby is that critics of GMOs in agriculture are denying choice to farmers and have...   [ continue reading...]

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Policy Support Gap for “Climate-Smart” Agriculture

Conditioned that ploughing is the sure way to produce crops, Zimbabwean farmer Handrixious Zvomarima surprised himself by trying a different method. He planted...   [ continue reading...]

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In Tucson, Subsidies for Rainwater Harvesting Produce Big Payoff

THE CITY OF Tucson, Arizona, officially got serious about rainwater harvesting five years ago, viewing it as a cost-effective tool to reduce demand for pot...   [ continue reading...]

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Digging In: Land Rights, Food Sovereignty and a Pop-Up Restaurant in Detroit

Meiko Krishok, a young entrepreneur running a popular eatery in Detroit, is navigating the challenges of doing business and serving healthy food in a city exper...   [ continue reading...]

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Tough lessons in Transnistria

Poorly-funded state education is common enough in post-Soviet countries. But how do schoolchildren fare in a state...   [ continue reading...]

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The Activists Invited to the Golden Globes by Hollywood Stars Call for Gender and Racial Justice

They envision social justice movements taking the energy beyond the awards show. At Sunday night’s Golden Globes ceremony in Hollywood, actors embra...   [ continue reading...]

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Where Corn Is King, the Stirrings of a Renaissance in Small Grains

Breaking with the industrial model of growing corn and soybeans, a growing number of Iowa farmers are putting oats, rye, and other small grains into their crop...   [ continue reading...]

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How a Former Black Panther Who's Been Serving Community Meals to Oakland's Poor Has Become a Victim of Gentrification

Increasingly, the work of food justice advocates is being co-opted by the forces driving gentrification and displacement. On Tuesday afternoons, Nort...   [ continue reading...]

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Stephen Miller Had Off-Camera Argument with CNN's Jake Tapper Before Removal from Set

He was eventually escorted away by security. White House aide Stephen Miller’s angry tantrum against Jake Tapper didn’t end after the CNN host...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump Demands a Standing Ovation from Farmers in Nashville

"Get up!" he said as the audience applauded. President Donald Trump on Monday commanded an audience in Nashville, Tennessee to stand up to applaud him.Whi...   [ continue reading...]

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Can Prisons Be Flipped for Good?

GrowingChange is engaging youth in the process of flipping an old North Carolina prison into a sustainable agriculture hub. (Photo courtesy of GrowingChange)...   [ continue reading...]

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"Do Kids Die, Mom?" Facing the Future With Trepidation in the Age of Trump

An activist holds a child during the Science March on April 22, 2017, in Washingdon, DC. (Photo: Geoff Livingston) As a mother and an activist, here's what I'v...   [ continue reading...]

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Hawaii’s existential choice: Tourism, food and survival

Global trade has brought about unparalleled specialization. As a result many countries and jurisdictions are currently unable to grow the food they need to feed...   [ continue reading...]

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Thom Hartmann: Time to Overthrow Our Rulers

Click here for reuse options! Is it time to bring a monarchy to the United States, or time to end one? Is it...   [ continue reading...]

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