Almond and wholesale nut farmers in California filed a lawsuit this month against the U.S. Department of Agriculture for a regulation requring them to treat their crops with chemicals for the prevention of salmonella, preventing the farmers from selling raw almonds to their customers.
The Fellowship for Intentional Communities offers resources on group and communal living.
Congress is accused of bait-and-switch tactics when they propose millions in reductions to the conservation-related program assistance that helped pass the 2008 farm bill.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is accepting public comment regarding a draft Guidance for Industry #187 — to clarify regulation of genetically altered animals.
We'Moon produces beautiful calendars and engagement books that incorporate women's art illustrating the lunar rhythms and astrological cycles.
With a well-designed dog pack, you can take your dog to the farmer's market and your pet won't mind helping you carry a few groceries.
Suddenly it seems like spiders are everywhere, which makes many people uneasy. Fear not! Autumn's awesome arachnids can be fun to watch and easy to capture using no-touch methods.
Country of origin labeling will be required on many types of meat, fruits and vegetables starting Sept. 30.
Is having too many gardens a detriment to selling a suburban home?
You can learn to spin wool yarn, and make an easy-to-use spinning wheel from an old bicycle wheel.
Jenna has three new sheep on the homestead and she's already learning a lot.