Winston-Salem residents, researchers, and city officials are working to create more tools to reach Spanish speakers.
How a farmers market supports Louisiana growers before, during, and after disasters
At the Crescent City Farmers Market in New Orleans, vendors preach good food, help each other through disasters, and seek connection.
Kentucky communities aim to rebuild sustainably after floods intensify housing crisis
Local organizations join hands to help people who lost homes during flooding in four hardest hit counties in southeast Kentucky.
Can community gardens bring rural and urban farmers together after disasters? Q&A with Sprout NOLA’s Terence Jackson
Farmers face many challenges trying to grow quality food in the midst of rapid climate change, storms, and economic instability. Jackson sheds light on how community gardens can create a network for rural and urban farmers to build local food systems in their communities.
How we worked with an environmental justice group to create brochures on pollution in eastern N.C.
Community leaders in Sampson County say the cumulative impacts of industry aren’t discussed enough. So we made a printed pamphlet about it.
N.C. releases general biogas permit despite environmental justice concerns
The permit allows farms to bypass individual water quality review and public hearing processes when installing an anaerobic digester.
Virginia landfill ordered to close, but air pollution is still making people sick
Bristol, Va. must plan for the site’s permanent closure and follow an expert panel’s suggested improvements. Community members have demanded some of them for months.