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The Texas A&M University System and  the Food and Agriculture Organization of  the United Nations (FAO) today agreed to  work together to combat world hunger by  building capacity for sustainable  agriculture and natural resource  management in developing countries. Under the new agreement, the Texas A&M System and FAO will carry out initiatives to strengthen agricultural [...]
Urgent action is required to improve the health of the world’s limited soil resources and stop land degradation, so as to ensure that future generations have enough supplies of food, water, energy and raw materials, government representatives and experts meeting at FAO warned today. The Global Soil Partnership has endorsed a series of action plans [...]

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Summer is the season of exhibits. Among them, some are entertaining, some are educational, and this one will surely touch your heart. An integration of photography and storytelling, the new exhibit will pay homage to the families working every day to feed the world. The “Born to Farm” Exhibit premieres July 18-27, 2014 in the [...]
PHOTOGRAPHS BY ANGIE MCPHERSON Baskets of locally grown potatoes were on display at a farmer’s market in Maryland. By Mary Beth Albright for National Geographic This article was originally published on July 14, 2014 by National Geographic. Can I interest you in consuming a more nutritious and tastier diet without changing the kinds of food [...]
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