The largest potash mine in the country is coming to Central Michigan. But at what cost?
Stories of Rust Belt workers--their lives, histories, memories, and resistance.
Since the mid-1800s, agriculture has created a path to agency and freedom for Black people in Wisconsin.
The American Rescue Plan offers debt relief for farmers of color, but structural factors have kept many from obtaining loans in the first place.
In the twentieth century, dams transformed the landscape of Appalachia. What was lost in the process?
Pennsylvania has always defied easy categorization. That's what makes it so great.
The fair connects communities that often seem worlds apart socially and politically, but are intimately linked by economics and geography.
Coming to terms with a complicated family legacy on an Illinois farm.
The current system is bulky, inequitable, and bad for the environment. Can small-scale cooperatives save it?
Illinois began accepting applications to grow industrial hemp at the end of April. But the first legal crop in more than eighty years is accompanied by a lot of uncertainty.
In the Ohio Valley, more farmers are harvesting maple syrup, a practice that dates to before the arrival of Europeans.
A photo essay from Jacob’s Ladder, a residential addiction recovery program in the rural community of Aurora, West Virginia.