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Back to the roots: Native American communities reconnect with farming culture as a means of battling food shortages and health issues. Nov 1, 2015 1107
Gleaners harvest hope in fields: nationwide volunteer efforts move excess produce, that would otherwise go to waste, to U.S. food banks. Jan 1, 2015 1127
Growing community: New Hampshire school doubles as a farm and rural community hub. May 1, 2014 880
Open-pollinated corn takes root in the north: corn breeders unravel hybrids to create genetically stable varieties. Jul 1, 2013 757
Good news for the American chestnut: once faced with impending extinction, the American chestnut is making a comeback, and thousands of volunteers are watching closely over it. Mar 1, 2013 1007
Cooperative works to boost organic seed production: a community-based co-op fights against seed shortage and encourages seed diversity. Jan 1, 2013 542
Cabbage seedling grows food and community: a giant head of cabbage inspires a young girl to start gardens that feed the homeless. Nov 1, 2012 1008
U.S., European organic standards declared equivalent standards declared equivalent: some view agreement as a positive step for producers, while others question whether it will cause more problems. Sep 1, 2012 988
Going gluten-free: six ingredients make your transition easier. Jul 1, 2012 759
Time to consider replacement veggies: disasters of all kinds can hit your garden at any time; be prepared for the next step. Jul 1, 2012 1224
New hardiness zones show warming trend: slightly higher temperatures have gardeners growing more and experimenting with warmer-weather crops. May 1, 2012 899
The food project connects communities to fresh food: program puts next generation of farmers to work in Boston region. Mar 1, 2012 870
10 easy crops: don't let Mother Nature stop you from harvesting this year; plant a quick-growing variety to ensure success. Mar 1, 2012 1284
How to make a home biogas digester (maybe): if you've been thinking about ways to turn waste into fuel, these plans are for you. Nov 1, 2011 1359
Microfarms springing up in Maine: small farmers are growing big crops. Sep 1, 2011 2374
Sleuthing out soil health: 10 warning signs your plants are in trouble. Sep 1, 2011 1544
Eating without bar codes: family's experience holds promise for those searching for a locavore's approach to food. Mar 1, 2011 1403
Heirloom heretic: Oregon farmer has the audacity to improve on history. Jan 1, 2011 1260
Become an heirloom seed sleuth: seven strategies to save plants on the edge of extinction. Mar 1, 2010 1537

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