There is no doubt that the food industry is changing forever. Who knows if it will yield all good results, but something is clear - we will have more options to get the food we want, when we want it.
The climate continues to change, the way that we grow food needs to change too.
With a global population projection of 9.7 billion people by 2050, agricultural production will need to increase by at least 70% from current levels to serve nutritional trends.
86% of U.S. agricultural products are produced on family farms or ranches.
Innovation is more important in modern agriculture than ever before.
Indoor vertical farming can boost crop yields, circumvent land-use restrictions, and even lessen the environmental effect of farming by reducing supply-chain travel distance.
A DIY cold frame allows you to extend your growing season that only cost you $20-$40
You can grow fruits, veggies, and herbs no matter where you live.
The personalities behind Onhand Agrarian, The Farmers, Mushroom Kingdom, and Edible Garden City share their triumphs and tribulations.