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14 All-Star Chefs Revolutionizing the Way We Farm and Eat - http://modernfarmer.com/2015/07/james-beard-foundation-chefs-boot-camp/?utm_source=PN&utm_medium=Pinterest&utm_campaign=SNAP%2Bfrom%2BModern+Farmer

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ngmoco We Farm review | This iPad app offers a guilt-free way to sow your seeds online Reviews | TechRadar

ngmoco We Farm review

ngmoco We Farm review | This iPad app offers a guilt-free way to sow your seeds online Reviews | TechRadar

Farm Freedom Friday:  “Mom, why do we farm, why do we work so hard when you’re going to go to jail?”

Farm Freedom Friday: “Mom, why do we farm, why do we work so hard when you’re going to go to jail?”

EntomoFarms - Learn about how we farm crickets and process into cricket flour. - YouTube

EntomoFarms - Learn about how we farm crickets and process into cricket flour. - YouTube

The way we farm now: Fruit and vegetables vs. commodity crops [INFOGRAPHIC] | Grist#.T7v5zqklFfA.mailto#.T7v5zqklFfA.mailto#.T7v5zqklFfA.mailto

The way we farm now: Fruit and vegetables vs. commodity crops [INFOGRAPHIC]

The way we farm now: Fruit and vegetables vs. commodity crops [INFOGRAPHIC] | Grist#.T7v5zqklFfA.mailto#.T7v5zqklFfA.mailto#.T7v5zqklFfA.mailto

How changing the way we farm could reduce greenhouse gas emissions - CSMonitor.com - A recent study by the Rodale Institute documents how specific organic farming practices can trap a majority of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. On a global scale, this could even lead to a net decrease in atmospheric greenhouse gas levels — or, in other words, help reverse climate change.

How changing the way we farm could reduce greenhouse gas emissions

How changing the way we farm could reduce greenhouse gas emissions - CSMonitor.com - A recent study by the Rodale Institute documents how specific organic farming practices can trap a majority of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. On a global scale, this could even lead to a net decrease in atmospheric greenhouse gas levels — or, in other words, help reverse climate change.

As Congress hustles to pass the next food and farm bill, there’s been a lot of discussion about how little government support goes to fruit and vegetable farmers compared to the Big Five commodity crops (wheat, corn, soy, rice, and cotton). The graphic below from the Union of Concerned Scientists shows just what it would take to provide enough produce to meet our daily nutrition needs (it turns out we’re still pretty far from the mark).

The way we farm now: Fruit and vegetables vs. commodity crops [INFOGRAPHIC]

As Congress hustles to pass the next food and farm bill, there’s been a lot of discussion about how little government support goes to fruit and vegetable farmers compared to the Big Five commodity crops (wheat, corn, soy, rice, and cotton). The graphic below from the Union of Concerned Scientists shows just what it would take to provide enough produce to meet our daily nutrition needs (it turns out we’re still pretty far from the mark).

Agricultural Drones May Change The Way We Farm | Major innovations in farming are at hand, thanks to a rapidly evolving industry. [The Future of Agriculture: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/future-agriculture/ The Future of Drones: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/drone/]

Agricultural drones change the way we farm

Agricultural Drones May Change The Way We Farm | Major innovations in farming are at hand, thanks to a rapidly evolving industry. [The Future of Agriculture: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/future-agriculture/ The Future of Drones: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/drone/]

BBC - Future - How insects could feed the food industry of tomorrow

How insects could feed the food industry of tomorrow

BBC - Future - How insects could feed the food industry of tomorrow

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