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Local grains often get left out of the local food scene. Chatham University is trying to do something about that.

While urban agriculture can't necessarily feed the world, experts and farmers agree that it can be an important part of city food systems.

Cities and counties around the country are taking a hard look at their food systems and coming up with plans to make them better. But do the plans work?

The pandemic has driven growth for local online food sales, but experts expect online sales to remain important for local farmers even after the pandemic.

A northwest Ohio pig farmer reflects on changes he's seen the pork industry go through and how it's impacted the farmers, the land and the consumers.

Food access is a multifaceted issue. It’s a matter of having stores, having money to afford a healthy diet, having transportation and having time. Food deserts can be found in urban areas, like Youngstown, Ohio, and rural areas, like Vinton County.

A new study looked at 10 Pennsylvania farms to find out what it would take to scale up pastured livestock production.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, farmers markets have had a sudden influx of new customers, many seeking stability in local food systems. While they are part of our history, many believe farmers markets are also part of our future.

We take a look at how two farmers raise beef cattle, making very difference decisions, using different resources, to create the same end product.

There's no such thing as a free lunch. Reporter Rachel Wagoner introduces a new series exploring what it costs to get food to the table.
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