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This edition: Food Revolution

Episode Details

Original tape date: January 7, 2014.

First aired: January 17, 2014.

FOOD REVOLUTION, a half-hour special, examines the current trend in growing, buying, and consuming locally produced food. The special focuses on “farm-to-table” restaurants and markets; what organic and local food terms actually mean; the economics of community supported agriculture and how customers utilize new purchasing venues; scientific ideas for growing new crops in vertical farms; and teaching the values of local fresh food to children. Host: Carol Anne Riddell.

Guest List

Kevin Adey Executive Chef, Northeast Kingdom

Elaine Baynes Shareholder, Crown Heights CSA

Daniliz Capellan High School Junior

Maggie Cheney Director of Farms & Education, Bushwick Campus Farm

Suzanne Cohen Parent, PS 11

Dennis Derryck Founder & President, Corbin Hill Food Project

Dickson Despommier, PhD Professor, Columbia University

Chelsey Duckworth Customer, Northeast Kingdom

Javier Genao Shareholder, Sunset Park CSA

Bill Halsey Owner, Halsey's Green Thumb Organic Farm

Wahida Kharmally, PhD Nutritionist, Columbia University

Ken Kleinpeter Vice President of Operations, Glynwood

Paula Lukats CSA Program Manager, Just Food

Lee Mandell Owner, Boswyck Farms

Fran Miller Coordinator, Crown Heights CSA

Debbie Osborn PS 11 Farm Market

Martin Rodriguez Owner, Mimomex Farms

Earl Skinner Shareholder, Corbin Hill Food Project

Simone Springer High School Sophomore

Tupacamaru Tiwoni Market Manager, 125th Street Farmers' Market

Jennifer Wittlin Core Group Member, Sunset Park CSA

Margaret Wright Customer

Web Extras

CSA, Farmers Market of Co-op

Paula Lukats of Just Food explains the differences between CSA, Farmers Markets and Co-ops

CSA: Seasonality

Paula Lukats of Just Food talks about learning to eat food that is in season.
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