In January 2016, we met in Moss Landing, California, with Alan Lovewell of Real Good Fish. This community supported fishery or CSF is like "a fish of the week club," says Alan, the co-founder and CEO of this foodie business venture that helps connect its members to lesser-known but delicious west coast local species and the hard working fishermen who land them. We discussed the kind of seafood we should be eating, what species we should avoid, and how to support working harbors from the pressures of gentrification. We conducted the interview on the beach just a few hundred meters from the biologically rich Monterey Submarine Canyon near their offices in Moss Landing.
Interview with Jeffrey Smith on Health Hazards of Glyphosate: A Foodie’s Guide to Avoiding GMO$ [#2]
Wondering about health issues related to GMO$? Filmmaker and author Jeffrey Smith of the Institute for Responsible Technology gives us the health hazards of GMO$ rundown in 12 quick minutes. Not sure about whether you should pay attention to the current debate about the safety of GMO$ during our collective Congressional and national debate about HR1599—The DARK Act for Deny Americans the Right to Know? In 12 minutes or less, Jeffrey Smith will get you to care about avoiding GMO$ in your food & drink choices. This interview was recorded at The National Heirloom Exposition in Santa Rosa, California on September 9, 2015.
While at the National Heirloom Exposition in September 2015, we scored a major interview with Steven M. Druker, author of Altered Genes, Twisted Truth: How the Venture to Genetically Engineer Our Food Has Subverted Science, Corrupted Government, and Systematically Deceived the Public (2015), about the need to eradicate GMO$. Biodynamic farmer and fellow GMO$ skeptic Ralph Johnson and I met with Steve at the Heirloom Expo on September 9 in Santa Rosa, California.
Everyone should set aside 30 minutes to listen to this interview and ask more questions about GMO$. This interview originally aired on "X Marks the Spot with Central Coast Foodie" on Friday September 11, 2015 via EsteroBayRadio.org.
In March 2016, we connected with Mark Kastel of Wisconsin's Cornucopia Institute in Ojai, California. He was at Farmer and the Cook cafe & organic market to present a talk on Protecting the Integrity of Organic Farming and lead a discussion with the assembled audience of activist foodies.
Biodynamic Gardening Report 69—November 25-December 11, 2015
Biodynamic Gardening Report 68—Nov. 11-25
Biodynamic Gardening Report 67—October 27-November 10, 2015
Biodynamic Gardening Report 66—October 12-26, 2015
Biodynamic Gardening Report 65—September 27-October 11
Biodynamic Gardening Report 64—September 12-26, 2015