The pandemic has exposed the weaknesses of a nationalized and inequitable food system.
Nearly one-third of the wild birds in the United States and Canada have vanished since 1970, a staggering loss that suggests the very fabric of North America's ecosystem is unraveling.
From soil microbes to factory farming, the Green New Deal could radically improve our food system.
The House version of the farm bill being debated in Congress would bar cities from placing stricter regulations on pesticides.
As lawmakers convene on Capitol Hill to finalize the latest federal Farm Bill, environmental advocates warn that a House proposal could put public health at risk by rolling back restrictions on pesticides in 155 communities nationwide.
Ryan Zinke tours Redding to talk about wildfire prevention and forest thinning farm bill with local authorities.
Our current crisis reaffirms the importance of weighing the health benefits of eating fish against chemical exposure risks.