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Local Food Policy For Global Effect, Two Types Of Chicken

The Bloomington Food Policy Council envisions local change having a global impact. Then, some Caribbean-inspired chicken and chicken of the woods mushrooms.

You just look around the world. We are in turbulent times, let’s say. What can we do as a community locally that makes a difference?

Stephen Hale says trying to improve the health, sustainability and efficiency of our local food system can improve lives at home and all over the world. That’s why he’s a member of the Bloomington Food Policy Council. I speak with him and Michael Simmons about the group’s goals.

Can a CSA be too big? That’s the question Harvest Public Media looks at today.

Then two types of chicken in the kitchen… Caribbean grilled chicken and chicken of the woods mushrooms.

News Stories:

Stories On This Episode

When It Comes To CSAs, How Big Is Too Big?

chickens and farmer

Most CSA operations are small, serving dozens of customers. Others serve hundreds.

Chicken Of The Woods Mushrooms

Chicken Of The Woods in a pan

Who needs actual chicken when you have these meaty and flavorful mushrooms!

Get Out And Grill: Grilled Chicken With Chilies & Lime

Grilled Chicken

Chef Daniel Orr revisits the days when he worked in the Caribbean with this grilled chicken dish.

Annie Corrigan

Annie Corrigan is a producer and announcer for WFIU. In addition to serving as the local voice for NPR's Morning Edition, she produces WFIU's weekly sustainable food program Earth Eats. She earned degrees in oboe performance from Indiana University and Bowling Green State University.

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