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A number of Chicago's 3,000 Burmese refugees have found a place that feels like home, improbably situated in the middle of a thriving metropolis

I feel for James Birch. He is having a tough year. Sitting in the shade, his weather-beaten hands on his lap, he describes prepping

What is the connection between conventional food systems, erosion and global warming? Climate change accelerates as industrial agriculture, with its heavy plowing and application

I have met the next generation of bread. I'm more than a little susceptible to hypnosis by wheat, but if you believe in bread, what

Sonoma County conjures up pastoral images of California's bucolic wine region -- vineyards and creameries tucked along back-country roads dotted with farm stands and

When I first met Pascal Baudar he was driving a stripped-down red Jeep Wrangler with a bad muffler. Not exactly your typical image of