Irving Fain, CEO of Bowery Farming, hopes growing crops in warehouses near cities will increase access to fresh produce.
A historic drought threatening crops in the West could send food prices higher.
Scott Snair raised his prices before the pandemic shut down travel. When things got tough, that decision helped him stay in business.
Farmer April Hemmes says exports are strong and a supply shortage is pushing up prices.
The storm destroyed 80% of the island's coffee crop. It also revealed a hidden "gold mine."
The pandemic wiped away Angeles Crest Creamery's ecotourism revenue. Then the Bobcat Fire hit, wiping out the free food source for its goats.
Black farmers have struggled, but young entrepreneurs are finding ways to support them.
Iowa corn and soybean farmer April Hemmes says farmers are wondering how quickly Biden will undo some of Trump's policies.
Making last-minute pivots in farming isn't too easy. "We only have so much control over their rate of growth," one farmer says.