Agriculture

Agriculture, Culture

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Who is Watching the Land?
Wendell Berry and the Resettling of America

The agrarian prophet discusses food, farming, and why he has hope.
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Agriculture, Human Landscape

Tragedy of the Commons in Reverse: Talking Land Grabs with Fred Pearce

Tragedy of the Commons in Reverse: Talking Land Grabs with Fred Pearce

Land grabbing is emerging as one of the great international social and environmental problems of our time. Journalist Fred Pearce and anthropologist Jennifer Baka let us know what it's all about.
by × October 10, 2012 × 4 comments

Agriculture, Culture, Human Landscape, Multimedia

Infographic: Big Bad Corn

Infographic: Big Bad Corn

From ethanol subsidies to obesity, the litany of corn-related problems is almost endless.
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Agriculture, Multimedia

Pollinating Connecticut

Pollinating Connecticut

Throw on your protective suit, strap on your fencing mask, and make sure your EpiPen is in an easily accessible pocket: it's beekeeping time, and New Haven is abuzz with apiary awesomeness.
by × September 5, 2012 × 3 comments

Actions, Activism, Agriculture, Human Landscape

Cultivating Community

Cultivating Community

Amy Coplen presents stories from our frontline warriors in the battle to grow food and community - giving voice to New Haven's urban gardeners.
by × April 6, 2012 × 1 comment

Agriculture, Human Landscape

Patterson: “Outrageous” That Farmers’ Lawsuit was Dismissed

Patterson: “Outrageous” That Farmers’ Lawsuit was Dismissed

Last week's featured article, Organic on the Offensive, inspired strong reactions from people on both sides of the genetically modified agriculture debate. Among the responses Sage received was a letter from Don Patterson, a Virginian farmer and the man who helped catalyze the lawsuit.
by × March 21, 2012 × 1 comment