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At Divle, on the Anatolian plateau in Turkey, the traditional “tulum” cheese has for centuries been preserved in sheep and goat skins inside a deep cave at the edge of the village.
Settled for thousands of years, Al Ain Oasis is well worth exploring for an hour or so when you travel to this comforting desert city.
The EU enlargement process introduces new opportunities for small farmers in the Balkans, but also new risks. Slow Food Bulgaria and Osservatorio organized a conference in Sofia on the protection of the region's traditional food.
Living amongst some of the world’s most amazing farms and orchards is a huge bonus from living in the San Joaquin Valley.
Eating more fruits and vegetables is good for many bottom lines. A Union of Concerned Scientists report places a dollar value on the benefits of a healthier society.
Tom’s of Maine is now tinkering with potato starch for some its polylactic acid (PLA) packaging.
For a recent article about environmental justice in Fresno, I had an email exchange with the Environmental Protection Agency’s District 9 office.
A strong and growing environmental justice movement is taking shape in Fresno and the San Joaquin Valley, with faith-based organizations taking the lead.
As a KPMG study points out, soy production is wreaking havoc on the environment, an especially huge concern in Brazil and Argentina.
In Britain, we could see a swap from traditional to solar farming if the United Kingdom were to leave the EU.
The Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) named the Israeli drip irrigation technology firm Netafim its annual Industry Water Award winner.
Climate change could have hugely disruptive impacts on the San Joaquin Valley, North America’s most valuable agricultural region.