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Interdrone: Fifteen Resources to Get You up in the Air with Your Own Drone


Want to become a drone expert? Here are some resources, provided at Interdrone, to get you started! Read More »

Book Review: ‘Midwest Maize’ by Cynthia Clampitt


"Midwest Maize: How Corn Shaped the U.S. Heartland" by Cynthia Clampitt is a beautifully written exploration of the little kernel that could--and did! Read More »

Book Review: Manure Matters: Historical, Archaeological and Ethnographic Perspectives by Richard Jones (ed)

You mightn't think a book about the history of manure is to your taste - but you might be surprised. Read More »

Book Review: Planet Rock Doc: Nuggets from Explorations of the Natural World by Dr. Elsa Kirsten Peters

Planet Rock Doc compiles favorite features from syndicated newspaper columnist and geologist Elsa Kirsten Peters, covering energy, agriculture, climate, health, biology, physics, chemistry, and science history. Read More »

Book Review: Weeds: The Story of Outlaw Plants by Richard Mabey

There are some signs of sense returning to agricultural and gardening practice. But not nearly enough. Read More »

President Obama to Make Speech About Global Hunger Crisis

The challenge facing President Obama is to rally support for fighting global hunger. Read More »

Crisis in Syria: An Interview with Abeer Etefa of the UN World Food Programme

Abeer Etefa of the UN World Food Programme provides an update on the humanitarian crisis in Syria. Read More »

Cutting Food Aid Programs Dangerous to National Security

While some members of Congress may think it prudent now to cut food aid programs to save a few dollars, think again. Read More »

Interview: Catholic Relief Services in Afghanistan

It is the war against poverty in Afghanistan which is often overlooked. Read More »

Catholic Relief Services Issues Appeal to Save Starving People in East Africa

Catholic Relief Services warns the situation in East Africa is dire and lives are at stake. Read More »