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Biological pest controls: Uncle Matt's Organics
Deficit irrigation: Masumoto Family Farm
Diverse ecosystems: Terra Bella Farm
Rotational grazing: Stephanie Larsen
Urban farming in Oakland: Kosodate Farms
Global Stories from the Field
Burkina Faso: Regenerating soil
India: Irrigation & water saving
West Africa: Organic cotton & increased yields
GMOs, Pesticides & Profit
The Pesticide Treadmill
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Big Ag's Dirty Little Secret
Battling "Free Trade"
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Recordings, with subtitles in three languages, of a webinar hosted by Pesticide Action Network (P
Agroecology Webinar Recordings: Farmers’ pathways to liberation from pesticides
Pesticides pose a grave threat to organisms critical to healthy food and farm systems, including
Pesticides and Soil Health: State of the Science and Viable Alternatives
For years now, pesticide industry giants have peddled their genetically engineered technology kit
Video: Seed Keepers and Truth Tellers
Agroecology provides a robust set of farmer-friendly, innovative, climate-resilient solutions to
Agroecology Issue Briefs: Regional & Country Case Studies
Our current industrial agriculture system is contributing to the root causes of climate change.
Climate Solutions: Carbon farming
In 2013, Farm Fuel Inc.
Issue Brief: Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation
Replacing Chemicals with Biology: Phasing out highly hazardous pesticides with agroecology
You don't need a lot of space. Just a little extra consideration.
Is your backyard already a safe haven for bees?
Create a Honey Bee Haven
The International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science and Technology for Development (I
Agriculture at a Crossroads
Bees are in trouble.
Toolkit: Protecting Honey Bees
Monitoring data indicates that several months each summer, central Minnesota residents in potato-...
Report: Pesticide Drift in MN