Agriculture and Food Production

Blog entry | May 31 2016

Fourth in an occasional series.

Blog entry | May 31 2016

For years, the debate over the safety of genetically engineered crops (or genetically modified organisms or GMOS) has come down to one statement: the science isn’t there.

Blog entry | May 20 2016

Actress Emma Watson might be best known for playing “the brightest witch of her age,” Hermione Granger, in the Harry Potter movies, but she has gotten some of her facts wrong about agricul

Blog entry | May 03 2016

A few months back at a family reunion, my mom and I seriously considered hiding the orange juice from the rest of our relatives.

Blog entry | Apr 26 2016

There are 7 billion people on the planet, and in 30 years, that number will grow to 10 billion.

Blog entry | Apr 12 2016

It’s that time of year- The Environmental Working Group released its annual “Dirty Dozen” list today.

Blog entry | Mar 29 2016

Bisphenol-A, or BPA, has long been an incredible example of just how far chatter can run away from science.

Blog entry | Mar 23 2016

I always look forward to attending events organized by The Atlantic. They are informative, smart, and provide a balanced view of the topic presented.

Blog entry | Mar 21 2016

When you think of water, what comes to mind? Is it a cool swig after a hard workout? Is it your beach vacation from last year?

Blog entry | Mar 17 2016

St. Patrick’s Day might have you seeing green. Green hats. Green food. Green beer.

That’s all fine and dandy.

Blog entry | Mar 08 2016

Most Americans, including myself, grew up hearing the tall tales of fictional characters like the giant lumberjack Paul Bunyan, his blue ox Babe, and Pecos Bill, who “tamed the Wild West.”

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