Food and Farming
Native American Food Sovereignty: An Interview with Filmmaker Sanjay Rawal
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Sanjay Rawal is a James Beard Award winning filmmaker who spent 15 years working on global human rights campaigns. His films include FOOD CHAINS...

Food and Farming
Remembering Amigo Bob Cantisano: Organic Farming Pioneer
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The last time I saw Amigo Bob Cantisano was January 2019 at the Eco Farm Conference. His once imposing physical presence had grown frail from a...

Food and Farming
Decolonizing Regenerative Agriculture: An Indigenous Perspective
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A-dae Romero-Briones (Cochiti/Kiowa) is the Director of Programs: Agriculture and Food Systems for the First Nations Development Institute. First...

Food and Farming
Eco-Hip Hop Pioneer Promotes Healthy Living and Urban Farming
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Ietef Vita, also known as DJ Cavem, is a pioneering hip hop artist using his craft as a platform to make social change and encourage healthy living....

Food and Farming
Through the Pandemic and Fire, Pie Ranch Focuses on Food Justice
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Pacific Coast Highway 1 between Santa Cruz and San Francisco is a beautiful stretch of road. On the coast side, steep eroding bluffs drop to flat...

Food and Farming
The Benefits of Biodiversity on the Farm and Ranch
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 We’re not alone. There are an estimated 10-14 million species living on earth today. The complexity of life is so great that an...

Food and Farming
Pest Control Designed by Nature: An Interview with Ron Whitehurst
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Ron Whitehurst is a Pest Control advisor for Rincon-Vitova Insectaries, winner of the Global Regenerative Business Award in 2016. Rincon-Vitova has...

Food and Farming
Microorganisms Build Fertility and Mitigate Climate Change: An Interview with Dr. Kris Nichols
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Dr. Kris Nichols works with farmers to use the power of soil biology to regenerate agricultural soils that produce healthy food, and a healthy...

Food and Farming
Organic Regenerative Agriculture: An Interview with Jeff Moyer of The Rodale Institute
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Jeff Moyer has been with The Rodale Institute for over 40 years starting as a farm laborer and currently as its CEO. Jeff designed and built out the...

Restoring Ecosystems
Initiation by Fire: Life During and After a Major California Wildfire
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The Ojai Foundation in Ojai, California, is a 42-year-old retreat center whose mission is to “foster practices that awaken connection with self,...

Food and Farming
The Legal Battle Against Roundup and Other Biocides
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In a recent historic legal settlement Bayer has agreed to pay $10 billion to settle thousands of claims that their herbicide Roundup causes cancer....

Food and Farming
Seed Diversity Threatened by Monopolies and Patents
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Bill McDorman is the founder of a number of small regional seed companies and seed organizations and the former Director of Native Seeds/ SEARCH. He...

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