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It may seem obvious, but food production must increase to meet the needs of a growing population. This USAID infographic explains the critical role of agriculture in meeting the food needs of people around the world.

The Global State of Agriculture Infographic - women farmers could increase crop yields by up to if they were given equal access to resources

Buy local and support your local farmer – get involved with your nearest CSA today! #buylocal

From Farm to Table – CSAs Pave the Way to a Greener, Healthier Future

From Farm to Table : Bring the Farm Closer to the Plate With Community-Supported Agriculture

Infographic on food miles-  How far does your food travel? Our food systems today are complex, complicated and deeply intertwined with our petroleum based fuel economy.

Infographic on food miles- How far does your food travel? Our food systems today are complex, complicated and deeply intertwined with our petroleum based fuel economy.

Food for Thought - ABCs of Food: B is for Beef  #BestFoodFacts www.bestfoodfacts.org

ABCs of Food: B is for Beef. The ABCs of Food is a Best Food Facts series that explores all things food from apples to zucchini and everything in between. The series will focus on foods – specific foods, ingredients, processes and production methods – and

Healthy soils are the foundation of the food system. Our soils are the basis for agriculture and the medium in which nearly all food-producing plants grow. Healthy soils produce healthy crops that in turn nourish people and animals. Indeed, soil quality is directly linked to food quality and quantity.

Food infographic Healthy soils are the basis for healthy food production Infographic Description Healthy soils are the foundation of the food system.

Food for Thought - What do America's Farmers grow? - YouTube

What do American Farmers grow - turns out it's a lot more than just corn and soybeans.

World Food Day is here! Here's an infographic about family farming around the world. In Canada, 98% of farms are family owned and operated. #WFD2014

Family farming is inextricably linked to national and global food security. Both in developing and developed countries, family farming is the predominant form of agriculture in the food production sector.

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