Food and Farming
40 percent of Americans can’t afford a $400 emergency — and more emergencies are coming.
As hundreds of Wisconsin dairy farms go under, the White House is telling them to clear out for the big guys.
Corporate takeovers and consolidations aren’t just bad morals, but bad business too.
Plutocracy means spending millions to harass hungry poor families who have a dime more than Trump thinks they should have.
The fires are no accident. They’re set by people turning a profit in a grocery store near you.
Rich families cashed in on over half the bailout money set aside for farmers hurt by Trump’s trade policies.
Trump’s new trade deal would encourage multinational meat packers to abandon America’s family ranchers.
For a planet-wide climate crisis, solutions must also span the planet.
Food stamps helped me get back on my feet during a tough time. Cutting them is lose-lose.
Imagine supporting farmers markets, child nutrition, and local agriculture with money we spend on factory farms.