Venezuela is one of the principal oil-exporting countries of the world. However, petroleum is not edible and, lamentably, Venezuela is not able to feed its population.
After a field day at Sunflower Fields Farm, several farmers decided to band together, coordinate their marketing efforts, and sell their products locally. This is what happened.
Chanterelles grow exuberantly in the Northwest and the golden (or yellow) variety is easy to find and identify.
Across the nation, organic and locally grown foods are more available than ever before, but the affordability gap has increased hurting low income families the most.
In this talk by Janine Benyus, we learn how scientists and research labs are looking to nature to design future products more environmentally sustainable.