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While malnutrition might occur for different reasons in sub-Saharan Africa than it does in Milwaukee, there are some similarities in the approaches being taken to eliminate it.

Anna Applefield Gore is a research associate at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC. She talks with Lake Effect's Mitch Teich about the role the United States can play to increase food security both locally and globally.

Ed Janus

Any long road trip in Wisconsin will most likely take you past farms. Some old and run down, and some still thriving. 

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Consuming a large of amount of food and drinks is often on everyone's mind around the holiday season, and Wisconsin is a great place to find fresh produce...in the warmer months.

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Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, and you are not alone if you have not finished the grocery shopping required to put a holiday meal on your table.

Erin Toner

It’s been a bang up year for Wisconsin’s dairy producers. Milk prices hit record highs and feed costs were low, resulting in big profits.

Essay: Heidi's Goats Love The Farm As Much As She Does

Oct 18, 2014
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Heidi Friedrichs reads her essay, Heidi's Goats Love the Farm As Much As She Does.

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If you’re looking for fresh produce, this is the right time in Wisconsin.  

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'I have, as of late, lost all my mirth,' Hamlet, the soul-searching twenty-something, uttered to his school buddies Rosencrantz and Guildenstern.

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A bill that would loosen restrictions on sales of raw milk in Wisconsin is still pending. The bill passed a state senate committee in November, but has not advanced past that stage. 

Anna Metscher’s evolution spans from “non-vegetable eating” child in Milwaukee; to budding farmer who savors nearly everything fresh from her field.

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Among the myriad of topics organic farmers are discussing at the MOSES conference in La Crosse, Wisconsin is how to stay small and make a profit.

Mercy for Animals

A major pizza maker is cutting ties with a Wisconsin dairy farm because of a video showing workers at the farm mistreating cows.

A family on Milwaukee's west side is taking urban farming to a new place - inside their apartment.

The United States has not revised its food safety laws in more than 70 years. Change is coming – in the form of the Food Safety Modernization Act. Many local growers fear its impact.

Every five years or so, the U.S. farm bill sets policy from subsidies to food stamps. The latest is overdue. What could that mean for Wisconsin?

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