Ecological Medicine
How Soil Health Affects Human Health: An Interview with Dr. Daphne Miller
November 19, 2019 Article

Daphne Miller is an author and a practicing physician who spent time on seven innovative farms around the country to explore the connections among...

Food and Farming
The Radical Acts of Growing Diversity and Saving Seeds: An Interview with Doug Gosling
October 8, 2019 Article

   Doug Gosling, the Director of The Mother Garden Biodiversity Program at The Occidental Arts and Ecology Center (OAEC), is a master...

Food and Farming
Youth Rally Against Climate Inaction with a Focus on Immigration and Farmworkers
September 26, 2019 Article

 September 20th, the global morning started in Australia where more than 300,000 people marched in what is said to have been the largest...

Food and Farming
Seeds Are Alive: An Interview with Emigdio Ballon
September 24, 2019 Article

Emigdio Ballon (Quechua) was instrumental in bringing quinoa to the U.S. from Bolivia in the 1980’s, and worked with Seeds of Change in the early...

Denman Island Chocolate: An Interview with Entrepreneur & Environmentalist Daniel Terry
August 21, 2019 Article

Top photo: Chocolate beans grown in Latin America are processed in Belgium into large blocks that are sent to Canada to be melted, tempered and have...

Food and Farming
The Hemp Revival: An Ecological Alternative with Many Commercial Uses
July 5, 2019 Article

Linda Delair is a LEED accredited green building consultant and the Northern California Regional Coordinator for the California Hemp Association....

Food and Farming
Farming, Filming and Biodiversity: An Interview with John Chester
June 4, 2019 Article

Filmmaker John Chester and his wife Molly took a leap of faith leaving city life behind to become farmers with the ambitious goal of bringing life...

Food and Farming
Seeds: One of Our Most Precious Resources at Risk
April 25, 2019 Article

(Photo Credit: Jan Mangan)“All the traditional seeds are like brothers and sisters. It was mostly the women who kept the seeds. My mother told me...

Food and Farming
Urban Farming and the Wonders of Nature In a Food Desert
February 6, 2019 Article

Chanowk and Judith Yisrael are farmers in the suburban South Oak Park neighborhood of Sacramento, which has been designated as a food desert. On...

Food and Farming
A Review of “Food from The Radical Center: Healing Our Land and Our Communities”
December 5, 2018 Article

“Have you ever stumbled into a place where you were bowled over by an abundance of wildlife?” So begins the chapter Bringing Back the Bison in...

Food and Farming
Regenerative Agriculture at Singing Frogs Farm
October 29, 2018 Article

Elizabeth Kaiser of Singing Frogs Farm (Photo by Jan Mangan) It was a beautiful October day in Sonoma – a couple of weeks after the first rains...

Young Climate Activist Dissed By Gubernatorial Candidate: An Interview with Rose Strauss
August 1, 2018 Article

On July 18th, Rose Strauss, an 18 year-old college sophomore, attended a Town Hall meeting near Philadelphia hosted by Pennsylvania gubernatorial...

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