Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB) new radio show, Think Out Loud, is an informative one hour show that delves into the Portland, Oregon politics, culture, and leading edge issues of the day, sometimes covering topics about food and sustainability. I just received a notice from them that they will be having an interesting topic this Thursday, November 27 at 9am (PST) on KOPB radio that may be of interest to listeners.
Here’s what they sent us (with a slight modification for public display):
Oregon Public Broadcasting and Think Out Loud will be offering a Thanksgiving “Best-of Food” special set to air on Thursday at 9am. The radio program will focus on the policies, politics, recipes, and realities of eating local. Hosts Emily Harris and David Miller talk with a snout-to-tail chef and a Wallowa cattle rancher, a master preserver and a blogging canner, and Harry MacCormack, the founder of Oregon Tilth, who says 30 percent of our food should come from where we live.
In addition to the on air portion, Think Out Loud will have an online discussion at where listeners can add (including much loved Thanksgiving recipes) to the conversation.
Think Out Loud is a call-in and online radio program that airs weekdays (for channel listings, please visit ) at 9am and again at 9pm.