Interviews with experts on the science, politics, and culture of food
Frank Morton, a Willamette Valley organic seed breeder shares his expert knowledge of how plant breeding techniques.
Raj Patel explains what food sovereignty means, and why people around the world are fighting to have a say in their own food system.
In Raj Patel’s new book, The Value of Nothing, Patel explains what it means to have corporate monopolies that can manipulate both price and supply, coupled to a “free market” philosophy…
The recent Supreme Court decision on the Round Up Ready Alfalfa case has drawn a mixture of reactions from the mainstream media, and from the Blogosphere.
Three counties must decide how to manage expected growth by 1 million people over the next 30 years.
Oregon is among the very few states that have for decades effectively fought back the forces of development with their urban growth boundary plans.
Cummings believes a handful of global agrichemical companies are threatening the livelihoods of farmers.
In Seeds of Life, Frank Morton, an organic seed breeder shares his concerns over the contamination threat of GMO sugar beets in the Willamette Valley.
In an ongoing David versus Goliath legal battle, an Oregon organic seed breeder, has sued the USDA over GMO sugar beets.
In this final segment, Marion Kalb, director of the Farm To School program, suggests practical ways to work with food service directors, and others, to bring fresh, locally produced foods into the school cafeteria lunchroom. Kalb shares success stories of schools in different areas of the country that have offered kids fresh vegetables and fruits, […]