Unique and fascinating small-scale fisheries have long been the backbone of Nova Scotia’s coastal communities, but they aren’t easy for tourists to find.
Rural communities, facing daunting school closures, are embracing an innovative alternative.
Efforts are underway in New Brunswick to revive an experimental farm that provided knowledge to growers in the region for 35 years.
Why are many young women embracing a certain form of domesticity and why do other women spurn their choices?
Food bartering, a growing trend within the sustainable living movement, is picking up pace in the Maritimes.
A truck farm is an easy and inexpensive way to grow your own produce and spread the word about sustainable agriculture.
As our industrialized food system becomes more convoluted and our diet is increasingly processed, we must continue to ask if we really know what is happening to what we eat.
With new studies showing a rise in fake ingredients in off-the-shelf foods, there’s even more reason to know your farmer and eat seasonally.
Farm subsidies to the tune of $316 million for wealthy people around the U.S. (most of whom had little to do with agriculture) prompted the New York Post to dub the situation a “Load of Crop.”
What happens when a population gets too big to support itself? Global population numbers are estimated to hit 10 billion people by 2050, but with changing diets, water shortages, and energy demands, the future could be very hungry.