Nitrous Oxide, a Greenhouse Gas, Three Times Higher in Rivers than IPCC Estimates

A new report points to growing concern over nitrous oxide, a lesser-known but potent greenhouse gas.

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America’s Good Food Fight

It's agribusiness vs. the sustainable food movement. And reform advocates say it's possible to make delicious, nutritious, safe food available to all people of all income levels.

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Farmland By The Numbers

Data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s 2007 National Resources Inventory story of our nation’s farm and ranch land loss in numbers.

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CFBF Food & Farm News

CFBF's latest news reports the start of the winter growing season, strong strawberry production

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Young farmers need help from the USDAÑand the next Farm Bill

Improving existing programs for young and beginning farmers is essential to ensuring U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack's goal of 100,000 new farmers.

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What U.S. Municipalities Can Learn From San Francisco’s Urban Farming Movement

The good news is that the guerrilla urban farming movement is taking root in San Francisco.

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Ag Must Brace for a Changing Climate

Former USDA Deputy Secretary, Rich Rominger, on why the agriculture industry must adapt to climate change.

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California: The Year in Review

The American Farmland Trust highlights the bright spots of California agriculture in 2010.

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Please help us save the Hollywood Farmers’ Market

The Hollywood Farmers' Market urgently needs your help now to show City officials that the community wants to save the Hollywood Farmers' Market.

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Junking Junk Food

Politics and dissenting public opinion complicate the transition of the American diet.

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