#46 Kitazawa Seed Company’s Maya Shiroyama and Jim Ryugo on 100 years of selling Asian vegetable seeds in the United States
#45 Sandor Katz on the creative the creative tactics and community of Act Up, the modern relevance of ancient food traditions, and migrating from the city to the country.
#44 The Peoples Kitchen Collective on nourishing a beloved community, from the farm to the kitchen to the table to the street
#43 Norma Listman on preserving corn traditions and the meztizaje of food cultures in Mexico and California
DR Special #2: Peter Buckley on blackberries and the challenges and beauty of running a diverse farm
#30 Darrie Ganzhorn on the Homeless Garden Project and why an organic farm is a great place for people find the tools they need to build a home in the world
#29 Lexa Walsh on meals that bring people together across difference, creating temporary utopias, and collecting recipes for food end everything
#28 Jessica Prentice on making a worker-owned and community supported kitchen, and inviting people into their own kitchens with good ingredients
#27 Michaela Leslie-Rule on paying attention to culture in public health and nutrition, the complexity of food choices, and bridging the generational gap in food knowledge.
#26 Sita Bhaumik on the People’s Kitchen Collective, decolonizing foods and remedies, and magical ingredients that travel the world
#25 Anna Lappé on the connections between food systems and climate change, the myth that we need toxic chemicals to feed the world, and the growing influence of the food movement
#24 Saru Jayaraman on the struggle for pay and working conditions in restaurants, innovative collaborations in labor organizing, and why people who like good food should care about labor politics
#23 Hillary Sardiñas on the incredible diversity of native pollinators, the threats they face, and how they contribute to our food system
#22 Simran Sethi on the biodiversity behind the flavors we love, democratizing taste, and how everyone can take back their own experience of food
#21 Heidi Hermann on the multiple livelihood strategies of a farmer and educator, and harvesting seaweed at the edge of the continent