Reclaiming the future of food and farming

Food & Farming Derailed

Food and farming derailed, industrial agriculture

Industrial agriculture exhausts the natural resources on which we all depend. It makes us sick and undermines the world's capacity to feed itself. It is the very definition of unsustainable.

This model of farming has persisted for more than 60 years, since WWII chemical companies like Monsanto needed a market for wartime inventions and pesticides were put to work in U.S. fields. In the decades that followed, an entire model of agriculture has taken root — one dependent on ever more (and ever more expensive) chemical inputs.

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Bees pollinate much of our food, and beekeepers report their industry is on the verge of collapse.


The pesticide treadmill is expensive, from GE seeds and chemicals to dealing with "superweeds."


When it comes to pesticides, our daily food choices can either protect or undermine health — from field to fork.

GroundTruth Blog: News and happenings from the frontlines of the movement for fair food & farming.

Margaret Reeves's picture

Along with partners across the country, PAN is strongly opposing the recent

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Marcia Ishii-Eiteman's picture

In his final State of the Union address, President Obama took the long view, focusing on the future and naming several critical arenas for change.

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Linda Wells's picture

By now you may have heard that in a surprising move last month, EPA effectively pulled Enlist Duo from the market.

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