Buying a plot of land in rural America has never been so expensive. And that’s even with soaring interest rates.
Buying a plot of land in rural America has never been so expensive. And that's even with soaring interest rates.
Women represent the agriculture industry’s fastest-growing demographic. Audra Mulkern, a storyteller based near Seattle, Washington, is telling their stories in various mediums.
The largest natural lake west of the Mississippi is shrinking past its lowest levels in recorded history, raising fears about toxic dust, ecological collapse and economic consequences.
Cooks Venture’s slow-growing heirloom chicken is bringing big change to the food industry, finally making conscientious chicken a possibility.
We spoke with Annjie Schiefelbein who began keeping chickens in her backyard several years ago while living near downtown St. Louis. She recently moved to a more rural area just outside of the town of Cahokia, Illinois. She has had to go without a coop during the transition but is planning to expand her flock soon.
A top nut in the United States, pecans are as prosperous as they are tall at this Oklahoma orchard.
Deputy Director of 1000 Friends of Oregon Mary Kyle McCurdy said in a press release that the uses are not compatible, and “is at odds with protecting Oregon's working lands and mitigating climate change.”
One farmer is building a network to grow coffee in California where it’s never prospered before, a passion project like no other.
One upstate New York pumpkin farm celebrates fall and family at their 360-acre U-pick property that attracts thousands each year.
In Iowa City, Wilson’s Orchard U-pick farm offers much more than 80 varieties; it aims to improve the land for future generations.
Two Washington-area visionaries supply the region with pork from impeccably raised heritage breeds of pigs.
Both tragedy and good fortune grew Illinois’ Janie’s Farm and Mill into a bastion of organic ideals and delicious corn.
The family-owned Midwest potato farm focuses on flavorful red and yellow varieties across their 4,000-acre, multistate operation.
Ever bite into a raw potato? The Campbells insist those from their farm are so fresh and delicious, it’s not out of the question.
Weatherbury Farm is one of few farms in the U.S. that grows and mills exclusively its own grain on the same property.
The fourth-generation farm has 12,000 acres among Indiana, Illinois, Florida and Georgia and works with fellow farmers to grow the industry.