Forget Iran. The red palm weevil could be the enemy that brings Israelis and Arabs together.
Making a different barren landscape bloom.
Making the Arava bloom.
Hagai Ben Yehuda’s bakery uses rare, ancient varieties of wheat he believes date back to biblical times.
The seeds are part of a project titled “space hummus,” which aims to test hydroponic techniques for plant growth in zero gravity.
A test of society’s religious and moral mettle—and of halakhic flexibility.
Thailand, Vietnam, and Singapore seek help for 21st-century challenges.
Like many a happy relationship, this one starts with a date.
Meet Methuselah, Hannah, and Adam.
Using archaeological seeds to recreate an ancient variety.
Small democracies facing big threats.
After vanishing for over a millennium.
Frankincense, myrrh, and balsam.
Bringing back indigenous viticulture.