A new study conducted in July showed that wild bees add at least $1.5 billion in yields to six U.S crops.
On the rooftop of an exhibition hall in southern Paris, the world’s largest urban farm has started to bear fruit and vegetables.
On the outskirts of Mexico City, small farmers in the neighborhood of Xochimilco are filling the demand for fresh, local food.
These new self sustaining farm pods can grow over 100 pounds of fresh produce a week!
This team of students is turning to AI and robotics to help eliminate waste for crop farmers.
With the supply chain struggling to keep up, cities are sourcing fresh produce from urban vertical farms.
India’s “Forest Man” has been planting trees on a small island for 40 years. Now, elephants, tigers, and buffalo are returning.
Small farms are struggling. This new approach to growing could help under-performing farms become a hub of growth and energy.
As we become a more educated society we learn how to improve our quality of life and reduce our impact on the planet.
Unsustainable agricultural practices have put quite a strain on the planet. Pasture and cropland currently occupy over 30% of the entire world. To accomplish this feat, millions of acres of habitat and forest was destroyed.