Wine War in Southern France Has Streets Running Red

By LIZ ALDERMAN August 25, 2017 BÉZIERS, France — On a late evening in March, a group of winegrowers wearing black balaclavas forced their way into one of France’s largest wine brokerages and ignited three Molotov cocktails. Within...

E.P.A. Promised ‘a New Day’ for the Agriculture Industry, Documents Reveal

By ERIC LIPTON and RONI CARYN RABIN August 18, 2017 WASHINGTON — In the weeks before the Environmental Protection Agency decided to reject its own scientists’ advice to ban a potentially harmful pesticide, Scott Pruitt, the...

The ‘Rewilding’ of a Century-Old Cranberry Bog

The ‘Rewilding’ of a Century-Old Cranberry Bog By JESS BIDGOOD July 4, 2017 Gene Albanese, a scientist with the conservation organization Mass Audubon, surveyed birds at the Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary in Plymouth, Mass. The sanctuary is part of...