Episode 12 of the Food Rights Hour podcast is about David Gumpert’s newest book, Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Food Rights: The Escalating Battle Over Who Decides What We Eat. During this episode, our first-time host, Dennis Crowley, and popular author, journalist and blogger, David Gumpert, discuss why food safety has gotten so much attention in the past twenty years…
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Episode 11 of the Food Rights Hour podcast is about the Save Your Bacon FundRAISER on Joel Salatin’s Polyface Farm last September. During this episode, the host and emcee for the event, Kimberly Hartke, gives you a taste of what it was like to be a part of this enjoyable and heartfelt event that raised much needed legal defense funds to protect your right to choose humanely raised food.
Episode 10 of the Food Rights Hour podcast features environmental health expert Mary Cordaro. Host Dr. Kaayla Daniel talks with Mary about the importance of detoxifying the home and why and how we should start in the bedroom. This podcast also includes regular guests Tara Rayburn, who recommends some healthy habits to help us thrive during the allergy season, and Marilyn McCray, who offers marketing tips for farmers who need to increase the visibility of their farms and products.
Episode 9 of the Food Rights Hour podcast is about the case of Amish dairy farmer, Vernon Hershberger. During this episode, host Kimberly Hartke talks to several of Vernon’s club members, folks who know firsthand the value of the farm-to-consumer relationship. We also hear from FTCLDF President, Pete Kennedy, about the case and from Co-Founder of Farm Food Freedom Coalition, Liz Reitzig, about the events surrounding the upcoming trial that begins on May 20th.
Episode 8 of the Food Rights Hour podcast is about the National Farmers Union’s endorsement of raw milk. During this episode, host Kimberly Hartke talks to guests David Gumpert, Mark McAfee, Hannah Smith-Brubaker, Richard R. Oswald, and Danielle Nierenberg about the National Farmers Union’s (NFU) decision to endorse this nutrient-dense beverage. What does NFU’s decision mean for the future of raw milk?