A food policy researcher helps make sense of the lexicon of US food policy terms, and explains how they relate to racial justice.
For centuries Native Americans intercropped corn, beans and squash because the plants thrived together. A new initiative is measuring health and social benefits from reuniting the “three sisters.”
How Indigenous communities and a Timor-Leste NGO are reviving food sovereignty in one of Asia’s poorest countries.
Fast-food restaurants can be comforting places, but when they saturate communities, they crowd out healthy food sources and leave residents less nourished.
Community gardens with land-based activities can impact community food security and are a good way to forge relationships among new immigrants, Indigenous and non-Indigenous community members.
Indigenous food and medicine gardens, and traditional manikin (wild rice) harvesting offer hope – for the future health of humanity and the earth that sustains us.
Canada’s Food Guide is a political document. It does not represent those who are poor, culturally marginalized and most at risk for food insecurity.