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Latest Episodes

The future of farming must be inclusive

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The National Young Farmers Coalition centers racial equity and is no longer a white-led organization. Catch our conversation with Michelle Hughes, about the organization's transformation, on this episode of Earth Eats.

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When you’re craving Indonesian food, you might have to make it yourself

Melati Citrawireja standing in front of a small greenhouse holding a potted plant and looking at the camera

A conversation and kitchen session with Melati Citrawireja of Three Salted Fish.

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The Hoosier Young Farmers Podcast–a special presentation on Earth Eats

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Hear the voices of farmers across the state talking about their farming lives and the challenges they face.

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“It all started with soup,” Polish volunteers nourish Ukrainians fleeing war

Two women standing in front of a metal garage door, one with her gloved hand over a large metal vat with a clamp lid, the other leaning on a make-shift countertop

A conversation with Elizabeth Dunn about volunteers at the Polish-Ukrainian border who were the first to provide aid to refugees.

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Queering the food system with Ike Leslie

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To queer something is to ask questions about what gender and sexuality have to do with the topic at hand. Here, we are looking at food and farming.

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Earth Eats presents: Hot Farm--a podcast with Eve Abrams

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A special presentation from the Food & Environment Reporting Network (FERN) of a podcast on farming and climate change.

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Latest News

Research team develops application to help oyster farmers plan harvests

A screen shot of shellcast app--a satellite type map of a coast line with charts and symbols

In North Carolina, storms can shut down oyster harvests for weeks. Josephine McRobbie speaks with a team of researchers at North Carolina State University who have developed a web tool that might help shellfish farmers better plan their rainy seasons.

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The baby formula shortage is prompting calls to increase support for breastfeeding

A woman looking down at her baby in a sling, in a crowd, outdoors

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that most babies be fed exclusively with breast milk for the first six months. But in 2018, only about one in four babies born in the U.S. met that target.

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Kernza — the grain you’ve never heard of that could revolutionize farming

Lee DeHaan holds up a stem of grain inside a greenhouse.

The perennial grain can produce an annual crop even as it stays in the ground for up to four years. Its deep root system helps pull carbon out of the air and makes it more resistant to floods and drought.

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Recipes

Try this vegetarian farro and mushroom bake for dinner tonight

A white dish with grains, cheese, cherry tomato and a lemon slice

Watch a how-to video from Kayte Young for this one-pan savory dish using whole grains.

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Fritters with Black Locust Flowers

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If you catch the flowers growing wild--in that window in early spring--you can fry up a batch of these tasty treats.

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Kayte's favorite pickled carrots

small bowl with blue pattern filled with sliced carrots, onions and jalapenos

These are great on tacos, tostados, burritos or even on top of tortilla chips, as a snack.

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