Farm To Table Talk

Farm To Table Talk


Latest Episodes

Eco Farm: Honest Sources – Anne Ross - Farm To Table Talk
January 25, 2020

  - For forty years EcoFarm has convened leaders, researchers, farmers and fans of organic food and farming at the Asilomar Conference Center in Pacific Grove California. At the  2020 Vision event over 1,

Blame Cows for Climate Change? – Dr. Frank Mitloehner - Farm To Table Talk
January 17, 2020

  - It is becoming common to hear  celebrities tell the public that they must cut back on  meat and dairy consumption for the good of the planet.  Whether consumers believe the "expert" advice of their favorite performer,

Chef’s In The Barn – Stephanie White - Farm To Table Talk
January 11, 2020

Accompanied by occasional sounds of moos, oinks, clucks and baas , a big old barn in Ohio is the surprising base for cooking classes and state of the art learning experiences where chefs and other food and wellness educators make sustainability and min...

Preserving the Given Life – Abby Lundrigan & Danny Losekamp - Farm To Table Talk
January 03, 2020

Will we preserve the Agrarian way that Wendell Berry calls "the given life"?  Farms and non-profits throughout the Country are stepping up to that challenge.  In the Ohio River Valley, Turner Farm is all in to preserve the way of life of a certain kind...

Go Goat Go – Aaron Steele - Farm To Table Talk
December 27, 2019

  - Could goats provide solutions to challenges such as: extra income, a new livelihood, chores for the kids, lower carbon foot print, poison ivy, forrest fire risks and even climate remedies, a bite at a time?  In Central Iowa,

High Cost of Cheap Food – Bob Quinn - Farm To Table Talk
December 20, 2019

"Cheap food comes at a high cost" says Bob Quinn, a progressive leader in promoting organic and sustainable agriculture throughout the state of Montana, United States, and world.  He grew up on the family farm in Montana when no one thought twice about...

Urban Farming – Rashid Nuri - Farm To Table Talk
December 14, 2019

Farming no longer just happens in the country.  It's increasingly taking place in cities around the globe.  Whether it's to feed a family or generate additional income, seeds in the ground, attentively cultivated to harvest is making a difference.

Meat Lab to Table – Dr. Keri Szejda and Al Banisch - Farm To Table Talk
December 08, 2019

"Meat" doesn't necessarily have to come from animals any more.  Protein alternatives from plants have been in the market for decades and have become popular of late as restaurants and their consumers are finding plant based meat products are appealing ...

Organic/Conventional Global/Local – Tom Knowles, Chico Rice - Farm To Table Talk
November 29, 2019

  - Can a farmer be both a producer of a global commodity and organic wiwth local branded product available at the Farmers Market and on-line?  The answer is Yes when the question is put to Tom Knowles whose family has grown rice in Northern Calif...

Farm Workers Are Farmers – Gail Wadsworth - Farm To Table Talk
November 22, 2019

In the modern lexicon of food and farming, Social Justice is a term that is often heard but not often understood, let alone practiced. The California Institute of Rural Studies wants to increase social justice in rural California for all residents,