We’ve identified that there is a dominant narrative around hunger, specifically, and that often it can perpetuate the very conditions of poverty and hunger. –Stephanie Solomon
Today on our show, as promised we have a conversation about what it means to challenge the dominant narratives around hunger in the United States, and why some emergency food providers are looking at root causes of food insecurity as they face growing numbers of people seeking food assistance.
Amanda Nickey and Stephanie Solomon of Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard, a Community Food Resource Center in Bloomington Indiana join us in the studio, and we couldn’t fit it all into one episode! This is the first installment of a two part series.
Chef Daniel Orr shares a tangy springy recipe featuring French Sorrel, And harvest public media brings us part two of their story on farmland loss in the midwest.
Stories On This Episode
Garden Sorrel (not to be confused with Wood Sorrel, which has a small, clover like leaf) is a perennial with broad leaves and a lemony flavor.
Last week was an appropriate week for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s trade expert to address a gaggle of Nebraska farmers — even if their responses tended toward frustration. Ted McKinney arrived in Omaha on Wednesday(April 4), the day China threatened to impose tariffs on 106 U.S. products including major exports like soybeans, beef and […]
Spring has arrived, but for people living in parts of East Chicago, Indiana, gardening may not be possible for another three years. That’s how long the EPA said it could take to dig up all the yards contaminated with lead and arsenic in the Calumet and East Calumet neighborhoods. Representatives from the Environmental Protection Agency […]