Interviews with experts on the science, politics, and culture of food
While carefully connecting the dots between industrial agriculture, and climate change, food activist and author Anne Lappé underlines the inherent weaknesses of conventional agriculture, and the terrible costs to the planet if we do not reform our food system.
Alan Kapuler, and his love of the garden, and what it truly represents to him.
David Korten, author, and co-founder of Yes! magazine shares his views on the importance of building local, community-based economies.
David Korten, author of When Corporations Rule The World, minces no words about the dangers our capitalist system poses to democracy.
The main purpose of her book is to share stories about woman farmers, sustainable food activists, and others whose important efforts helped change our modern food system.
We would do well to listen to what Rachel Bristol, longtime CEO of the Portland Food Bank has to say on the subject of poverty and food insecurity in the U.S.
This is the third of an ongoing series with Dr. Alan Kapuler, founder of Peace Seeds, and former co-founder and research director for Seeds of Change. He currently resides in Corvallis, Oregon where he continues his research projects, and maintains his remarkable organic seed catalog. We live in a hyper-competitive era where often the model […]
Alan Kapuler is well-educated in a formal academic sense, and also from a lifetime of work planting, breeding, and cataloging his vast collection of open pollinated seeds.
Alan Kapuler is a public domain organic seed breeder, and is often regarded as the founding father of the organic seed movement.
Dr. Vandana Shiva founded the Research for Science, Technology, and Ecology, (RFSTE) organization, inspired by her earlier involvement with the Chipko movement.