Tag Archives: local

An Oasis in the Food Desert

Arcadia Mobile Market tackles food insecurity in Washington, D.C., by driving the grocery store around. Is food security just a school bus away?
Four years ago, D.C. Restaurateur of the Year and co-owner of the Neighborhood Restaurant Group Michael Babin solved a problem that had plagued him for quite a while: the sourcing of local and … Continue Reading ››

A Step Towards Transformation

This story was produced in partnership with FUTUREPERFECT. In Reading, the United States’ second poorest city, the residents’ group Permacultivate is practicing and preaching local food production. As you enter the 2,500-foot greenhouse, you immediately notice the large 300-gallon plastic tanks to the left. A few steps closer, you can see the tilapia … Continue Reading ››

Reconnecting People With Local Farms and Sustainable Foods Globally

As the human population expands from more than 7 billion today to a projected 9 billion by 2050, there is serious concern about how to feed everyone. Industrialized farming was once viewed as the solution to world hunger by providing greater quantities of food at faster rates than ever before. But the result has … Continue Reading ››