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Farmworkers Bear the Brunt of California’s Housing Crisis

Despite $100 million in recent investments, many of the state’s 400,000 to 800,000 farmworkers live in cramped, unsafe conditions. 

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Civil Eats TV: Women in Wool

We profile women working the land, with animals, and with wool to create a local fiber shed: ‘If you care about where your food comes, you should care about where your fiber comes from.’

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NYC Is on the Cusp of Making Its Food Purchasing Sustainable. It Won’t Be Easy.

New York is implementing the Good Food Purchasing Program to steer the $500 million its agencies spend on institutional food—for schools, seniors, hospitals, and more—toward local, just, equitable solutions. But the city has a long road ahead.