Food For Thought

Fridays, during the KHSU Magazine 1-1:30pm

Food For Thought explores many facets of the community/food intersection.

Host Jennifer Bell addresses issues of food security, food equity and community resilience through interviews with local farmers, fishermen, food producers, land use specialists and educators. 

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Stephanie Alexandre from Alexandre Family Farm joined Jennifer Bell to discuss sustainable organic farming practices, nutritional education and environmental stewardship.

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Community Sustainability Organizer, Jeanine Cava, joins Jennifer Bell to talk about food systems, politics, community resilience and a new course offered through extended education at HSU: Hungry For Change: Toward a Just & Restorative Food System

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Jennifer Bell continues her discussion on healthy and fun food creations with food author and enthusiast Karen Solomon.

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San Francisco-based food and lifestyle writer, Karen Solomon, joins Jennifer Bell to discuss the joys of healthy eating, homecooking and canning.  

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Jennifer Bell talks about Arcata’s community farm and the CSA model with farmer Jayme Buckley.  

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Jennifer Bell talks with Jeff St. John of Dutch & Dewey Distillery and Rocky's Ridge Vineyard about his farming heritage and continuing to use sustainable practices to craft specialty beverages.

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Jennifer Bell is joined by Lee Ann Moore and her father, Don Duclo, from Oceanside Jams  for a discussion on the sustainable harvest of local berries for delicious preserves.

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Jennifer Bell discusses the future of sustainable agriculture and young farmers with local educator and farmer, Alissa Sarvinski.

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Marlon Gil talked to the Homepage about the upcoming Humboldt Permaculture Guild tour of a homestead in Bayside -- Tuesday, July 5 at 5:30 as part of its summer series. Gil discussed the virtues of grafting new fruit varieties onto existing fruit trees and explains how guests will learn a few tips during this tour. 


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