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Wandering the Sonoran Desert in search of the chiltepin—the ancestor to domesticated chile peppers—with MacArthur genius Gary Paul Nabhan

With mega-grocers like Walmart and Target investing big in organics, does the word really mean anything anymore?

With 13.7 million Americans participating every year, hunting is making a big comeback. Here are some great recipes for your latest take.

There are many reasons to pay the extra dime for chickens that have lived some semblance of a life. But paradoxically, the more naturally a bird is raised, the tougher the meat. Here's how to prepare the happy chicken from your backyard or farmers market.

There's nothing like a bit of wine in the backcountry. But packing a bottle poses many problems. Get around all of them by embracing the Bladder in Box technology.

Breakfast, we’re told, is essential—a part of a healthy lifestyle that’s about as negotiable as breathing. Martin Berkhan, a Swedish personal trainer and blogger, not only skips breakfast but lunch as well. And he’s more ripped than you are.

Ari LeVaux drops in on the Ancestral Health Symposium, a gathering point for a group of academics, bloggers, booksellers, crusaders, and more who all have something to say—or sell—about evolutionary health

AquaBounty salmon, the unreported disaster at a Panama grow-out facility, and the Georgian libertarian who took control of the fish farm and may soon move it outside the watch of the Food & Drug Administration. Meet what could soon be the first GE animal allowed for human consumption.

With a new ban on Caspian sturgeon eggs, caviar fans turn their eyes to the Rockies