Food and Faith is a blog of the Presbyterian Hunger Program.
A big thank you to Adam Liebowitz at North Star Fund, a fellow member of the Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems Funders, for this great collection of news on all things food and farming.
Don't Let Food Industry Stir the Pot. Pam Kock, Huffington Post, Mar 23, 2015
The PR War Continues: Monsanto and the myth of peaceful coexistence. Laetitia Benador, Food First, Apr 2, 2015
Trade Rules Create Obstacle Course for a Better Food System. Karen Hansen-Kuhn, IATP, May 15, 2015
John Oliver Explains the Abuses of the Chicken Industry (Not the Ones You Think). L.V. Anderson, Slate, May 18, 2015
Walmart’s Sustainability Promises: Myth vs. Reality. Steve Holt, Civil Eats, Jun 5, 2015
Egg rationing in America has officially begun. Roberto Ferdman, Washington Post, Jun 5, 2015
Whole Foods Markets: Throwing Organic Farmers Under the Bus? Cornucopia Institute, Jun 12, 2015
Climate Change Poses Serious Threats to Food Distribution. Elizabeth Grossman, Earth Island Journal, Mar 4, 2015
The Color of Food: America's Invisible Farmers. Natasha Bowens, Civil Eats, Apr 14, 2015
The Color of Food: Building Autonomy as African American Farmers. Natasha Bowens, Civil Eats, Apr 14, 2015
Promised a Supermarket Five Years Ago, a Housing Project Is Still Waiting. Keith Williams, New York Times, Apr 17, 2015
The World Bank’s Long War on Peasants. Eric Holt-Giménez and Tanya M. Kerssen, Food First, Apr 20, 2015
What happened to America’s black farmers? Madeleine Thomas,Grist, Apr 24, 2015
Justice for farmworkers as labor rights bill makes overdue progress in the New York State Senate. Editorial, NY Daily News, May 3, 2015
Can We Finally Treat Food Workers Fairly? Mark Bittman, New York Times, May 27, 2015
The New Food Movement Has a Problem with Race. Lauren Rothman, Mucnhies, May 29, 2015
The Food Revolution and the War for Our Minds. Jonathan Latham, Rural America, Jun 12, 2015
School Lunch May Be Next to Nudge Antibiotics Off the Plate. Maryn McKenna, National Geographic, May 8, 2015
In Newark, a Vertical Indoor Farm Helps Anchor an Area’s Revival. C.J. Hughes, New York Times, Apr 7, 2015
Why “Clean Label” School Lunch May Be a Pipe Dream. Bettina Elias Siegel, Civil Eats, Apr 9, 2015
Council Members Ask De Blasio to Invest in Farmland. Samar Khurshid, Gotham Gazette, Apr 21, 2015
USDA Report Shows Increase in Activity of Local and Regional Food Systems. AJ Hughes, Seedstock, May 10, 2015
Vermont: America’s Food Relocalization Laboratory. Steve Holt, Civil Eats, May 13, 2015
Let’s Help Create More Farmers. Mark Bittman, New York Times, Jun 10, 2015
30 Women Under 30 Changing Food. Danielle Nierenberg, Huffington Post, Jun 23, 2015
That evening I sat on my front porch and stared at my green grass and budding bushes. I wanted to throw a 2 year old style tantrum, of not understanding why the world was so unfair. I was ready to take control of my food system. I was ready to get back to the dirt and simpler times. I was ready to turn my yard into a demonstration of how to do so. But for reasons beyond my control, I could not.
How was it that the ecological revolution I saw budding in myself and my backyard was so easily derailed by the previous industrial one of my predecessors?...