The New Front in the Culture Wars: Food

Examining the debate between processed foods and sustainable alternatives through the lens of public opinion.

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Huntington Ranch Digs Roots into Urban Garden Concept

The Huntington Library's 15-acre project, featuring vegetable gardens and orchards, is part of a larger endeavor focused on the best way to grow food in a city setting.

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Food and Farm News – 11/17

Demand for olive oil spurs spike in California production.

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The Real Price of Today’s Cheap Food

A tracing of agricultural history in search of our food's origins.

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There Is More To The Local Movement Than Just Food

Supporting local businesses in favor of non-local alternatives benefits communities, Michigan study shows.

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California Almond Industry Record Keeps on Breaking

This California almond season will not only be another record crop, but the eighth billion-pound crop in the last nine seasons.

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Grass Fed | A Few Beefs

Is NYC's trendy foodie scene alienating consumers?

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Urban Agriculture in West Oakland Gets a $4 Million Boost

Oakland's City Slicker Farms receives a $4 million dollar grant to purchase land for agricultural use.

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