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Animal Agriculture Is Dangerous Work. The People Who Do It Have Few Protections.

A dairy worker in a barn. (Photo courtesy of Migrant Justice)

The Field Report: As COP27 Approaches, a Push for More Attention to Food and Agriculture

A details of a shop inside Mercado de La Boqueria, in Barcelona. Photo credit: Jacopo Maia, Unsplash

Black Farmers Are Rebuilding Agriculture in Coal Country

Veteran Farmers Jason Tartt and Sky Edwards inside one of the high tunnels they procured with the help of USDA NRCS. (Photo credit: Rebecca Haddix, USDA)

A Return to Native Agriculture

A tribal bison herd moving to their summer pasture in northern Montana. Bison were reintroduced to the Blackfeet Nation starting in the 1990s. (Photo credit: Latrice Tatsey)

Agriculture Reporter Sarah Mock Is Challenging the Narrative About Small Family Farms

sarah k mock and the cover of her book, farm and other f words

Op-ed: An Afro-Indigenous Approach to Agriculture and Food Security

leah penniman

Op-ed: Dear Secretary of Agriculture, This Is Your Chance

Tom Vilsack speaks during day two of the Democratic National Convention at Time Warner Cable Arena on September 5, 2012 in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Fighting Voter Suppression, Environmental Racism, and Corporate Agriculture in Hog Country

Site manager Eileen Bowman wears a "REGISTER & VOTE" mask as long lines of voters wait to cast early voting ballots at Roxborough High School on October 17, 2020 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty Images)

Community Supported Agriculture Is Surging Amid the Pandemic

collage of lorraine walker from eatwell farm and a csa box they produced. (Photos courtesy of CUESA and Eatwell Farm)

Students of Color See a Future in Agriculture, but Farming Is a Tougher Sell

young farmer of color inspecting the tomatoes he's growing