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Investing in Women Smallholder Farmers

Learn how investing in women smallholder farmers can address food security, improve economies, and address social inequities globally.

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Leaf Protein Concentrate: A Path to Plant-Rich Diets

Leaf protein concentrate presents an opportunity to produce high quantities of plant-based protein on a small amount of land. Learn more.

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Climate-Smart Agriculture & Landscapes: Secret Ingredients for Better Food Production

Investing in climate-smart agriculture is crucial to change the narrative and build a resilient future. But what is it, and why do we need it?

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The System of Rice Intensification in Sustainable Agriculture

Learn how investing in the System of Rice Intensification can become part of a sustainable solution for future food security.

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A Sustainable Future for Animal Agriculture

Livestock production has a role in the climate crisis that is not understood by the general population and even by many advocates.

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Perennial Agriculture and Cropping Systems: Work Smarter, Not Harder

How does perennial agriculture and cropping systems hold up against the world's primary use of annual cropping systems? Find out.

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Democratizing our Food System: Food Sovereignty

Our food and agricultural system has two sides. On one side, there is farm consolidation, food waste, and land degradation. In 2012, 36 percent of all cropland was on farms with at least 2,000 acres of cropland, up from 15 percent in 1987.

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