In 2008 a report from the Pew Commission laid out the many problems with factory farms in damning detail. Five years later, …
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.
An unexpectedly early winter storm buried cattle ranchers in South Dakota. They’re trying to rebuild, but the shutdown in DC and the lack of a farm bill holds them back.
Honeybee losses keep piling up and scientists don’t know why. In the meantime, though, hobbyist beekeepers can help keep the embattled insect going
Diseases like the potato blight have ruined harvests in the past — and still haunt farmers today. Research suggests climate change will spread those pests and pathogens
The beepocalypse is on the cover of TIME, but it looks like managed honeybees will still pull through. Wild bees—and wild species in general—won’t be so lucky in a human-dominated planet
A long-awaited — if faintly unsettling — food product is unveiled
It may not be as big as researchers predicted last month, but this year’s Gulf of Mexico dead zone is larger than average—and a sign of things to come.
Scientists knew that climate change would eventually impact fisheries, but new research indicates that warming water is already affecting the kinds of fish that end up on your dinner table
More than five years after it was first reported, colony-collapse disorder is still killing honeybees around the world. If scientists can’t pinpoint the cause, the economic and environmental damage could be immense