Episode 7 of the Food Rights Hour podcast is about internet barnraisings. During this two-part episode by host Kimberly Hartke, Paul Wheaton talks about his Kickstarter campaign for a rocket mass heater DVD, and his popular permaculture discussion forum, permies.com. Then, Kimberly and Mark Baker discuss his campaign on Indiegogo for his new project, Anyone Can Farm. Learn how farmers and other permaculture extraordinaires are
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Episode 6 of the Food Rights Hour podcast is a four-part episode that includes an interview about real food lessons from Slovenia and a public health alert with Dr. Sylvia Onusic, a healthy habit with Tara Rayburn, and a marketing tip with Marilyn McCray.
Episode 5 of the Food Rights Hour podcast is all about farm-to-consumer access. During this three-part episode by host Kimberly Hartke, you’ll hear Joel Salatin and other proponents talk about Virginia’s HB 1430, the “Boneta Bill,” which provides that the “commerce of farm-to-business and farm-to-consumer sales” is included in the Virginia Right to Farm Act; an interview with Liz Reitzig about the new foodie and farm matching website, FarmMatch.com; and interviews with Alvin Schlangen’s lawyer and
Episode 4 of the Food Rights Hour podcast is an interview with Laura Bledsoe, whose farm-to-fork dinner was halted mid-preparation on October 21, 2011 by the Southern Nevada Health District.
The health inspector would not allow the food, prepared by a certified chef, to be served to the guests
Episode 3 of the Food Rights Hour podcast is an interview with Kristina Carmichael, a consumer involved in defending the source of her food, and Jojo Milano, a West Palm Beach area farmer. The West Palm Beach community fought back against zoning changes that would have negatively impacted a