Harvesting Opportunities: Uniting India and the US for a Food-Secure Future Farming

Harvesting Opportunities: Uniting India and the US for a Food-Secure Future

With a massive and diverse population of over 1.4 billion and rising, India has surpassed China to become the world’s most populous country according to
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Two Crop Preservation Pioneers Win the 2024 World Food Prize Farming

Two Crop Preservation Pioneers Win the 2024 World Food Prize

The World Food Prize Foundation has announced the winners of the “Nobel Prize for food” in 2024. This year’s prize is split between two honorees
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Africa

Selling Orange-Fleshed Sweet Potatoes to Skeptical Consumers

Sweet potatoes are not only delicious but also one of the top-yielding crops in terms of calories per hectare. Calories alone, though, aren’t enough, and
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Asia

Harvesting Opportunities: Cultivating US-India Collaboration in Agriculture and Food

Join Grow Further Founder Dr. Peter Kelly for an upcoming panel conversation, Harvesting Opportunities: Cultivating US-India Collaboration in Agriculture and Food, at Seattle University’s RoundGlass
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Farming

The Foods that Fix Malnutrition

Pearl millet. Finger millet. Green gram. Prickly pear cactus. Teff. Bambara groundnut. Sorghum. Pigeon pea. The names of these foods could be familiar to regular
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Africa

Out of Horror, Hope, and a More Food Secure Future

This month, from April 7, the world commemorates the 30th anniversary of the Genocide against Tutsis in Rwanda. Next month, Grow Further will host a
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Farming

The War Against Malnutrition – Hope on the Horizon

Food insecurity and malnutrition are two sides of the same terrible coin. Too many people go to bed hungry. For these unfortunate individuals, far too
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Farming

Does VACS Signal a Turning Point in Development Philosophy?

Major foreign aid institutions have long been criticized for emphasizing big-money projects over more cost-effective, smaller-scale approaches toward fostering human potential. Much aid has gone
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