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Pauline McKee

Organic Sugar Expert

In this profile, Wholesome Sweeteners' Pauline McKee provides a brief history of sugar cane production and explains both the process by which organic sugar is produced and the un

Jon Bansen

Organic Farmer

Here, Organic Valley farmer Jon Bansen discusses the steps organic farmers have to take to become certified, the cost of organic certification, and the help available for farmers

Jeroen Koeman

Organic Tulip Expert

Here, "The Tulip Man" Jeroen Koeman explains the difference between organic flowers and their non-organic counterparts and offers helpful tips on how to grow healthy or

5 Reasons Why Modern Organic Farming Is the Only Thing That Can Feed the World, Parts 2 and 3

Maria's Farm Country Kitchen

Reason # 2: Modern organic farming works better

In New Food Culture, a Young Generation of Farmers Emerges

New York Times

CORVALLIS, Ore. — For years, Tyler Jones, a livestock farmer here, avoided telling his grandfather how disillusioned he had become with industrial farming.

Organic vegetables

National Geographic


Expert on Chemical Pesticides

Parlez vous, “Toxic chemicals?” Sprechen Sie, “Hideous mutations?” It’s time to learn the lingua franca of global devastation, and Triball lives to enlighten.

Prince Charles says organic allotments can save the environment

The Telegraph

Gardeners are the key to saving the environment, according to the Prince of Wales, who has called on people to “be the change they want to see” by growing organic fruit and vegetables wherever they

New C. Oregon farm school to teach organic methods

Washington Examiner

Every year, Prineville's Dancing Cow farm gets about 200 to 250 calls and e-mails from people all over the country who want to come and learn how to grow vegetables and pr

From the frontlines to the farm

New York Times

“In the military, grunts are the guys who get dirty, do the work and are generally underappreciated,” said Colin Archipley, a decorated Marine Corps infantry sergeant turned organic farmer.