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How Machine Learning Will Change What You Eat

Smarter technology could make farms more efficient and food tastier, though…

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Gardening for Good: What’s Growing in the South Bronx? | Carol Cone On Purpose

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High-rise condos with 10 floors of indoor farming terraces proposed near NY's High Line park

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Lessons from Green Bronx Machine and Gotham Greens on creating strategic for-profit and nonprofit partnerships to have a positive social impact.

For-Purpose Partnerships: Lessons from Gotham Greens and Green Bronx Machine - Idealist Careers

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When The Cat Drags In A Radish Rat! 🐱 #VeganKitty Pic by @chloemariad #uglyfruit #uglyveg #uglyfruitandveg #foodporn #foodstagram #Instafood #foodpics #wonkyfruit #wonkyveg

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While it may be tempting to fantasize about growing and cooking all of your own wholesome food independently, it’s just not a practical reality for most of us. Instead, we put our trust in those who g

Could You Be Eating FAKE Food?

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The Epic Fight Over How To Label "Natural" Foods

The FDA is trying to come up with a definition for "natural" foods, but it's not so easy.

The Epic Fight Over How To Label "Natural" Foods

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Europe Does Something Amazing With Food That Has Nothing To Do With Eating

Beyond the good pizza.

Europe Does Something Amazing With Food That Has Nothing To Do With Eating

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Farming on the moon and meat grown in a lab. Six thoughts on the future of food.

A conversation with restaurateur Kimbal Musk.

Farming on the moon and meat grown in a lab. Six thoughts on the future of food.

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The Slow-Moving Disaster Happening At Farms Around America

Farms waste billions of pounds of food, but there are movements afoot to curb the problem.

The Slow-Moving Disaster Happening At Farms Around America

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When people think of farming and produce they immediately see either large mono crop farming operations of specialized small farmers with skills far out of reach for most. We through our MicroFarming...

A New Breed of Farming

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WTC G-O2® Living Wall at Liberty Park

WTC G-O2® Living Wall at Liberty Park

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What would it take to mainstream “alternative” agriculture?

Innovative food systems such as agroecology can become the norm if we weave a web of legitimacy from science, politics, society and values.

What would it take to mainstream “alternative” agriculture?

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Urbafresh is the home of LIVE Food for your home. Microgreens and Micro Farms for potent plant based nutrition and wellness. Zero Mile food production.

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A Map Of Where Your Food Originated May Surprise You

A new study reveals the full extent of globalization in our food supply. More than two-thirds of the crops that underpin national diets originally came from somewhere else — often far away.

A Map Of Where Your Food Originated May Surprise You

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A New Vision in Agriculture, Urban Farming $MON, $CAG The shift: in 1900, 92% of Americans worked in agriculture, in Y 2014 it is less than 2%. America no longer has a direct connection to how its food is produced. This is a problem, not for sentimental reasons but because Americans must rely on 2ndhand …

A New Vision in Agriculture, Urban Farming | Live Trading News

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Scientists are bringing life on Mars closer and closer to reality by growing edible plants in soil similar to that of the red planet. Peas being grown in Mars-like soil simulants. Photo credit: Wagningen University via FacebookResearchers at Wageningen University in the Netherlands successfully gre...

Scientists Grow First Edible Plants From Mars-Like Soil

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Fascinating graphics show who owns all the major brands in the world

All the biggest product brands in the world are owned by a handful of corporation. Food, cleaning products, banks, airlines, cars, media companies... everything is in the hands of these megacorporations. These graphics show how everything is connected.

Fascinating graphics show who owns all the major brands in the world

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In our original blog on the testing of our newly blended growing media, it was pointed out that there should have been a control item to establish a baseline performance by which to judge the...

Growing Media Update #2 - Huge Surprise

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Would you live in an “agrihood”?

Would you live in an “agrihood”?

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This Food Computer Will Allow Anyone Anywhere to Be a Farmer

PHOTO: One of Caleb Harpers scalable Food Servers that uses hydroponics and aeroponics to grow food.

Food Computer: How Caleb Harper Inspires Us to Be Future Farmers

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Because crab artichoke ravioli really shouldn't go to waste.

Google, Airbnb, Other Tech Giants Waste Tons Of Food. This Group Rescues It

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Farmers worry who will control escaped genetically engineered bentgrass

Malheur County farmer Jerry Erstrom points out a genetically engineered creeping bentgrass plant June 14 in an onion field just south of Ontario. The grass, which was genetically modified by Scotts Miracle-Gro Co. to resist the Roundup weed killer, escaped from field trials in 2003 and has taken root in Malheur and Jefferson counties in Oregon and part of Canyon County in Idaho.

Farmers worry who will control escaped genetically engineered bentgrass

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Growing any crop requires juggling light, water and nutrients. We have examined lighting and irrigation so let’s look at the third variable, nutrients. Microgreens are unique because the seeds...

Getting the Growing Media Right

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