Who invented farming? A team of researchers from Germany has found that an ant species in Fiji was farming much before humans did.
Advocates will rally in front of EPA headquarters with a truck full of dead bees on Wednesday. This is to raise awareness on pollinator declines and to take action on the use of toxic pesticides.
An international research team led by paleogeneticists of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz publishes a study showing that early farmers from across Europe have an ancestry leading back to the Aegean.
In order to save the environment, we may need to condense farms.
Researchers have conducted a 10-year project to study the long-term effects that humans have on land, which may also reveal why communities survive or fail.
A new study found that the first European farmers were traced back to Anatolia. The researchers used human material from the Anatolian site Kumtepe.
When it comes to pest control, farmers have far more influence than you might think.
Prehistoric human populations may have actually grown in the same way-whether they were in North America or Europe.
Feeding food waste to pigs may actually save vast swathes of forest and savanna.
Farming may have changed the human genome.
The ravages of the Dust Bowl didn't end after the actual event. A new study may change the way we view the health of our nation's soil.
As monocultures become the norm in farming, crop diversity is dropping. Now, scientists have found that in just 34 years, farmers are growing fewer types of crops, which may be impacting the general ecosystem.