Sorry Sonny: National Forests Are Not Crops
Secretary of Agriculture Perdue has prioritized logging, mining and grazing on the National Forests that shelter many threatened species.
Will Bayer Get the Drift on Dicamba?
The agrochemical company has been ordered to pay hundreds of millions of dollars in lawsuits alleging its potent herbicide drifts and damages crops.
‘People Are Still Putting Their Bodies on the Line to Stop this Pipeline’
A court found that the Dakota Access Pipeline was built unlawfully. These water protectors are still in prison for trying to stop it.
Agricultural Workers Lose Millions of Dollars Each Year to Employer Wage Theft
It’s against U.S. labor laws, but that hasn’t stopped employers from withholding more than $65 million in worker wages over the last two decades.
Animals and Plants Are Relocating Because of Climate Change. Should They Be Considered Invasive?
Report: More Environmentalists Were Murdered Last Year Than Ever Before
Rural Black Lives Matter
After Travon Brown found a cross burning in his yard, he organized a Black Lives Matter march in the rural town of Marion, Va., where hundreds of angry counter-protestors were ready and waiting.
From Tractors to Phones, Companies Don’t Want You to Repair Stuff. Appalachians Are Fighting Back
Between Dwindling Revenue and Rising Virus Cases, Rural Hospitals Face a Reckoning
Bayer Engineered a New Corn Seed That’s Resistant to Five Herbicides. But How Long Will It Work?
‘We Get There First or White Supremacists Do’: How These Rural Canvassers Disrupt Racist Narratives
Black People Own Less of the U.S. than 100 Years Ago. A ‘Black Commons’ Could Help Reverse the Trend
Julian Agyeman and Kofi Boone
Coronavirus Has Shown that Our Food System Is Broken. Now Is the Time to Make It More Resilient
Emma Burnett and Luke Owen
Global Agribusiness is Devouring the World’s Last Forests. We Need Local Food Systems, Now.
Bringing Back the Buffalo Was Always Important to the Rosebud Sioux. The Pandemic Made It Urgent
Deadly Drift: The Herbicide Dicamba is Damaging Trees Across the Midwest and South
‘An Abrupt Wake-Up Call’: Alaska Peers into a Future Without Oil
We Don’t Farm Because It’s Trendy: For Black Folks, Growing Food Has Long Been a Form of Resistance