‘The Dirt Cure:’ Why Human Health Depends on Soil Health

Our connection to nature is sacred, dating back to the beginning of our existence. It’s no wonder then that our health is intimately intertwined with the Earth—from the soil beneath our feet, to the food we eat, to the water we drink and to the air that fills our lungs. In other words, nature determines our health, upon which much of our wellbeing—and even our happiness—depends.

Kuli Kuli: A Superstar of Superfoods

Kuli Kuli partners with three co-manufacturers and over 1,000 farmers across more than 40 farms. It employs nine fulltime staff members in Oakland and a large part-time field team, including more than 20 people who are in charge of product demonstrations and 30 or so sales representatives.

How To Be a Better, Smarter, Happier Meat Eater

Sure, you’ve heard that red meat is cruel and unsustainable, and that it’ll destroy the environment if it doesn’t give us all heart attacks first. But it’s so delicious! Which is why we begged Mark Bittman to reconcile our principles with our appetites—and teach us the new rules of red meat.

When Climate Change Makes It Hard to Breathe

Climate change isn’t just contributing to drought, super-storms, sea level rise and flooding. It’s also making it harder for many people to breathe, like 13-year-old Estefany Velasquez. Her family faced a tough choice because of her asthma.

Eating From Trees

There was a time when lots of our vegetables came from trees in our backyard or that of the neighbours. May be it is time we revisited those days. Imagine if we got our veggies from trees just like we do our fruits.

World Hunger Is Increasing Thanks to Wars and Climate Change

Around the globe, about 815 million people — 11 percent of the world’s population — went hungry in 2016, according to the latest data from the United Nations. This was the first increase in more than 15 years. A recent UN report shows that, after years of decline, hunger is on the rise again.

An Epic Success Story

Ever since Epic was purchased by packaged food titan General Mills in January 2016, Forrest and Collins put themselves in the position of thought leaders hell-bent on altering the prevailing relationship between farm animals and grazing lands.