By Paige Schilt, October 12, 2015
David and Victoria Byrnes founded Yellow Barn Biodynamic because they wanted to try to provide the purest food for their children. On their Biodynamic farm, they both aim to work in harmony with the land and rely on natural resources to make it produce more and better. The result is more than just beautiful produce, it’s chance for their family to make a profound connection to the planet.
By Ana Zabala, September 22, 2015
PGC has given many thousands of powerful, dynamic, passionate young leaders from around the world an opportunity to step up to "be the change" in their own lives, school campuses and local communities. Here is one participant's story.
By Carrie Brownstein, April 29, 2015
Illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing continues to be a problem across our oceans. Legislation is critically important to enable the US to play a stronger role in combating illegal foreign fishing and to level the playing field for companies like ours who are working hard to source legal and responsibly produced seafood.
By Eric Lee-Mäder, April 15, 2015
One odd detail that always intrigues folks attending my pollinator conservation workshops is the fact that bumble bees create an audible middle-C musical note to shake the pollen out of certain flowers. Whether we look to wild plants that sustain wildlife such as songbirds and bears, or the nearly two-thirds of our food crops that require pollinators to exist, we can find similarly fascinating events constantly unfolding.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, April 14, 2015
Earth Day is also the perfect time to make a personal pledge to start a new good habit. And most are actually pretty easy to do. Here are ten ways to lessen your impact and make a huge difference.
By John W. Roulac, April 13, 2015
One critical and virtually unknown issue is still missing from today’s conversation about food, and it’s literally under our feet. It’s also a solution to climate change. John W. Roulac, founder and CEO of the superfoods company Nutiva, shares insights into how regenerative organic agriculture can save the planet.
By Alice K. Thompson, April 12, 2015
Making the most of groceries doesn’t have to stop with cooking. Check out some ingenious ways to use kitchen scraps for cleaning, skincare and more.
By Megan Myers, April 11, 2015
With the season’s egg dyeing and deviled-egg eating, chances are you’re starting to collect a few extra egg cartons around the house. Don’t throw them away!
With a little help from ScrapKins and Whole Kids Foundation®, you can easily turn those cardboard pods into seed starters for your spring garden.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, April 9, 2015
Phosphates. Phthalates. Chlorine. The government does not require full disclosure of ingredients on cleaning products, so how can you know what’s in those bottles?
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, April 8, 2015
As an adventurous home chef with a love for experimenting with new recipes and new foods, I’ve had to acquire a sharp set of money-saving skills to get the most out of my budget and my pantry. I’m proud when I use what I have in my kitchen in inventive (and tasty) ways, and happy that Whole Foods Market® can help me. Here are my top 12 ways to minimize food waste.