As Obama visits drought-stricken California, new ways to create fresh water are getting a second look
DuPont has long been known as a chemical company, but Kullman is shifting the 211-year-old corporation towards innovation and agriculture
Antibiotic resistance claims 23,000 lives a year in the U.S.—and the overuse of antibiotics in livestock plays a role. Is the FDA doing all it can to protect Americans?
Scientists fear California’s long-ago era of mega-droughts could be back
Livestock production may have a bigger impact on the planet than anything else. A new study shows how the effects vary from country to country — and points the way toward a more sustainable future
The son of one of the wealthiest men in the world is giving away $3 billion as fast as he can, in an effort to change farming and food.
Honeybee losses keep piling up and scientists don’t know why. In the meantime, though, hobbyist beekeepers can help keep the embattled insect going
Thanks to population growth and climate change, water is becoming an ever more precious resources—putting extra emphasis on efficiency. How one beer company is getting more buzz from its water
As corn and soybeans became more valuable, farmers plowed more land—and disturbed native grasslands along the way
The U.S. experienced the worst drought in half a century this year. But it’s nothing compared to the man-made devastation of the Dust Bowl, as a new documentary shows.