The U.S. is a second-class participant in the $60-billion international bamboo industry as an importer and consumer but hasn’t yet entered the production side of growing and manufacturing. However, the sideline status of U.S. agriculture is rapidly changing: Bamboo is set to go big on U.S. farmland.
Many Americans have embraced the “eating clean” movement, the concept that we should eat whole foods like vegetables, fruits and whole grains and healthy proteins and fats. And we should consume less refined grains, pesticides, additives, preservatives and fats. Read moreRead More »
‘The Next Farm Bill: Specialty Crops’ is the title of a public hearing scheduled for March 9, 2017 in Washington, DC by the Subcommittee on Biotechnology, Horticulture, and Research of the House Committee on Agriculture – A live audio/video will be made available at the time of the hearing. Web[…]Read More »