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Flipping the Table
44 minutes | May 18, 2021
S3 - Ep#3 - Unprecedented funding for local, just and regenerative food and farms
CA movement leaders describe the $3.3 billion Resilient Food and Farm bond and budget request.
55 minutes | Apr 8, 2021
S3 - Ep#2 - Imhoff Archives with Temple Grandin, animal behaviorist.
One of Dan’s most challenging and interesting interviews with the renown animal welfare advocate and gifted autistic. Dr. Grandin has transformed livestock handling.
55 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
S3 - Ep#1 - Season 3 Opener with Tom Philpott, author of “Perilous Harvest”
Michael and Tom discuss California’s immense water problems and potential solutions. S3 E1 sets the stage for a great season of how CA is solving 21st century food system challenges.
54 minutes | Dec 23, 2020
S2 - Ep#27 - Naima Penniman, inspiring poet, is our Season II finale!
Naima shares her path, her poetry and vision for a food system and society that is healed, just and regenerative. An inspiring end to Season II!
62 minutes | Dec 10, 2020
S2 - Ep#26 - Imhoff Archives with pioneering organic farmer Eliot Coleman
Dan Imhoff dialogues with Eliot Coleman, Maine’s Four Season Farm founder, author and organic farming pioneer. Eliot shares what plants want, what growers around the world can teach, and how small farms can make money.
55 minutes | Nov 26, 2020
S2 - Ep#25 - Deborah Madison, the Queen of Greens shares her life.
Author, educator, recovering Buddhist and model for a life well lived, Deborah shares her stores of a culinary and farm-centered cook’s life, all from her memoir An Onion In My Pocket.
64 minutes | Nov 12, 2020
S2 - Ep#24 - Imhoff Archives with Wendell Berry
Writer and activist Dan Imhoff speaks with farmer, poet and seminal writer Wendell Berry about the “oversimplification” of agriculture and all the resulting challenges.
48 minutes | Oct 29, 2020
S2 - Ep#23 - 3 Amigas Seek to Break a Meaty Logjam
Celebrity chef & farmer Duskie Estes, rancher Kathy Webster and farmer Sarah Silva launched the Bay Area Ranchers Cooperative (BAR C) to support local livestock producers providing safe, healthy meat to a growing market.
49 minutes | Oct 15, 2020
S2 - Ep#22 - Imhoff Archives Intro Show
Writer, farmer, activist Dan Imhoff wets our appetite for six conversations he recorded with the pioneers of regenerative and organic agriculture in the early 2000s. The Imhoff Archives will run once per month over the next 6 months.
53 minutes | Oct 1, 2020
S2 - Ep#21 - Christine Tran & the LA Food Policy Council
The new leader of the nation’s largest and most impactful food policy council shares her lived experience and vision for LA’s food future.
49 minutes | Sep 17, 2020
S2 - Ep#20 - Joe & Julie Morris talk grassfed beef
The future of a healthy and regenerative meat source is visible by looking at Morris Grassfed. A 30-journey to build a network of mutually beneficial relationships that are good for people, animals and the planet!
50 minutes | Sep 3, 2020
S2 - Ep#19 - Filmmaker Sanjay Rawal, describes his new film Gather
Native peoples are rebirthing their food traditions to heal the impacts of the modern American diet and political and economic oppression. Sanjay’s new film captures three inspiring stories of reclaimed food sovereignty.
53 minutes | Aug 20, 2020
S2 - Ep#18 - Soil advocate Diana Donlon describes power of soil and her work
The soil is a powerful tool for combatting climate change. Through her nonprofit, Soil Centric, Donlon builds support and pathways for everyone to join the campaign to build soil and capture carbon to create a healthier future.
48 minutes | Aug 6, 2020
S2 - Ep#17 - School Food’s Future With Adam Kesselman
The leader of the Center for Ecolitercy provides a picture of their work to transform school meals and how they’ve adapted in the time of COVID.
64 minutes | Jul 23, 2020
S2 - Ep#16 - Final installment with J. Miakoda Taylor, on crossing the divides of race and privilege.
We unpack the role of white fragility, its relationship to shame, numbness and rage and ways to “keep ourselves on the hook” as participants in the healing of the nation’s deepest wound.
39 minutes | Jul 8, 2020
In a special “Beyond Your Table” podcast, Erin Fitzgerald of US Farmers and Rancher Alliance provides a pandemic update.
This is a follow up to Michael’s fall 2019 dialogue with Erin regarding her work to rally American food and agriculture to become climate heroes. He joins Rodger Wasson his colleague for the new podcast series “Beyond Your Table: From the Real Dirt to Common Ground.” We explore the important question: can Erin rally the industry given the complexities and challenges upon us?
45 minutes | Jun 24, 2020
S2 - Ep#15 - Dr. Britt Wray on her new book “Generation Dread” re the impact of climate chaos and other crises on our psyches
Global warming, Covid-19 and the murder of Black people is impacting the minds of humans planet wide. What can we do to deal with the stress and great fears before us? Britt offers hope and a path.
55 minutes | Jun 11, 2020
S2 - Ep#14 - Miakoda, a BIPOC-healer of racial divides, shares their experience of this dramatic moment.
A dialogue on how sensations within the body and feelings allow those divided by race and privilege to find paths to healing the deep and historical national wounds that hobble us all.
43 minutes | May 27, 2020
S2 - Ep#13 - Gleaning: Ancient local solution to a current national challenge
Chef Duskie Estes and Melita Love of Farm to Pantry share benefits of gleaning to feed the hungry and end food waste
49 minutes | May 21, 2020
S2 - Ep#12 - Jack Algiere and the Stone Barns Center
A man on a mission to teach the art and advocate for a regenerative agriculture
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