01/09/2018 / By Ralph Flores

The future of science and technology is looking up — and it’s not just for man and machine. Plants are

http://www.harvest.news/2018-01-09-technology-for-plants-engineers-have-developed-sensors-on-leaves.html

01/06/2018 / By Mike Adams

Scientists have recently discovered an ancient tribe that ritually poisons its own food. Dubbed the “Suicide Tribe,” this shocking anthropological

http://www.harvest.news/2018-01-06-scientists-discover-ancient-suicide-tribe-that-ritually-poisons-its-own-food-video.html

01/03/2018 / By News Editors

Without much more than a whisper from the mainstream media, Monsanto’s newest Frankenfood has received full EPA approval and will

http://www.harvest.news/2018-01-03-the-gmo-agenda-takes-a-menacing-leap-forward-with-epas-silent-approval-of-monsantodows-rnai-corn.html

12/20/2017 / By Vicki Batts

While it’s no secret that agrochemicals are harmful to the environment, scientists are truly just beginning to ascertain the full

http://www.harvest.news/2017-12-20-agricultural-fungicides-found-to-kill-the-organisms-responsible-for-leaf-litter-decomposition-in-streams-and-rivers.html

12/15/2017 / By Zoey Sky

While the thought of adding livestock to a traditional backyard can seem daunting, even a beginner can raise several animals.

http://www.harvest.news/2017-12-15-it-can-be-done-raising-livestock-in-a-traditional-backyard.html

12/12/2017 / By Tracey Watson

The popularity of organic produce has grown exponentially in recent years. There are several important advantages to choosing organic over

http://www.harvest.news/2017-12-12-ditch-the-expensive-gmo-seeds-homesteaders-switch-to-high-yield-natural-open-pollinated-seeds-instead.html

12/11/2017 / By David Williams

With more than 70 percent of the Earth being covered in water, it may surprise you to know that there

http://www.harvest.news/2017-12-11-aquaculture-could-be-the-answer-for-sustainable-seafood-supply-chain.html

12/01/2017 / By Russel Davis

Shea Belahi has always wanted to grow her own garden, often getting reprimanded during childhood for picking vegetables that did not belong

http://www.harvest.news/2017-12-01-a-womans-journey-to-promoting-food-independence-and-helping-the-local-community-in-tanzania.html

11/29/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Have you ever thought of growing your own fruits and vegetables? If not, now is the time to start considering

http://www.harvest.news/2017-11-29-save-the-earth-and-better-yourself-8-reasons-why-growing-your-own-food-is-the-best-decision-you-will-ever-make.html

11/27/2017 / By Ethan Huff

The more separated that everyday people become from the land in which their food grows (and from the process of

http://www.harvest.news/2017-11-27-corporate-agriculture-major-contributor-wealth-disparity.html

11/27/2017 / By Janine Acero

The U.K. has now decided to join the EU-wide ban on pesticides to protect and conserve bees that are dying

http://www.harvest.news/2017-11-27-u-k-joins-the-eu-in-their-ban-against-bee-killing-pesticides.html

11/25/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

It’s hard to find fault with consuming organic food, but those who are against it for whatever reason – like

http://www.harvest.news/2017-11-25-can-we-feed-the-world-organically-with-some-changes-to-the-system-researchers-say-yes.html

11/21/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Have you ever wanted to become self-reliant but felt it wasn’t possible because you live in the city? Fortunately for

http://www.harvest.news/2017-11-21-want-to-be-self-reliant-without-leaving-the-comforts-of-the-city-check-out-these-10-ways-to-make-it-possible.html

11/20/2017 / By Tracey Watson

While most of us are proud of our country’s pioneer roots and awed by the strength and resilience of the

http://www.harvest.news/2017-11-20-now-or-never-time-to-reclaim-our-food-independence.html

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