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Grain harvest sets record, but supplies still tight. Mar 1, 2008 582
Wal-Mart to source fish "sustainably". May 1, 2006 411
Can organic farming feed us all? May 1, 2006 4188
Nitrogen: too much of a good thing? Jan 1, 2006 395
Who cares about farmers? Nov 1, 2005 459
Brian Halweil: think globally, eat locally. Column Sep 1, 2005 699
Cambodia goes organic. Jul 1, 2005 373
The price of hunger. Mar 1, 2005 373
The irony of climate: archaeologists suspect that a shift in the planet's climate thousands of years ago gave birth to agriculture. Now climate change could spell the end of farming as we know it. Mar 1, 2005 3479
As Chinese buildings rise, Asia's forests fall. Jan 1, 2005 407
Why should we be Novartis's Guinea pigs? Jul 1, 2004 458
Organic produce found to be higher in health-promoting compounds. (Environmental Intelligence). Jul 1, 2003 369
This old barn, this new money: tobacco farmers are in trouble. Except that is, the ones who have discovered a lucrative alternative. Jul 1, 2003 2239
The argument for local food: at an unimposing diner in Vermont, a revolution is taking place. May 1, 2003 4407
The continuing GMO quagmire. (Editorial). Nov 1, 2002 456
Study affirms benefits of organic farming. (Environmental Intelligence). Brief Article Sep 1, 2002 301
The war of words and images: some of civilization's most powerful art has sprung from humanity's most anguishing crises, and the pending crisis of human genetic modification is no exception. (The Risks of the Rush). Jul 1, 2002 1742
Why your daily fix can fix more than your head: coffee, if grown right, can be one of the rare human industries that actually restore the Earth's health. May 1, 2002 2361
Outlawed GMO corn shows up in Mexico. (Environmental Intelligence). Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 342
Study finds modern agriculture could foster, not degrade, biodiversity. Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 775
Biotech, African Corn, and the Vampire Weed. Sep 1, 2001 3244
ORGANIC GOLD RUSH. Industry Overview May 1, 2001 5442
Where Have All the Farmers Gone? Sep 1, 2000 9879
Escaping Hunger, Escaping Excess. May 1, 2000 6562
Monsanto drops the terminator. Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 461
Oceans Apart in Precaution. Sep 1, 1999 497
Food giants back off selling bio-engineered products. Sep 1, 1999 490
Breaking Out or Breaking Down. Statistical Data Included Sep 1, 1999 5917
THE EMPEROR'S NEW CROPS. Jul 1, 1999 6309
U.S. Derails Biosafety Protocol. May 1, 1999 377
HIV/AIDS pandemic is worsening. Mar 1, 1999 610
Sperm counts are dropping. Mar 1, 1999 730
Unintended effects of Bt crops. Jan 1, 1999 648
China's water shortage could shake world food security. Cover Story Jul 1, 1998 6799
Bio-serfdom and the new feudalism. May 1, 1998 508
USDA organic, 100% farmer-free. Editorial Mar 1, 1998 501

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