It really is a radically different order of life between a life oriented to creatures and a life oriented to machines.
It’s a pleasure to have Wendell Berry today on our show. He’ll speak about what it means to live a creaturely life.
Some fish farmers want in with the organic movement. Why the organic industry is hesitant.
Will Allen inspires student gardeners to keep doing what they’re doing.
Scientists say hemp holds a tremendous amount of promise, if only they could get funding to do some basic research of the stuff.
And, parsnip pancakes are on the menu with Daniel Orr. The salad that goes with it is a bit of a surprise.
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Stories On This Episode
The organic food market is exploding and many fish farmers and retailers want in. But some in the organic industry say “not so fast.”
In part two of a three-part conversation, Wendell Berry talks about land economy vs. the money system and how to translate local focus into global awareness.
Scientists studying industrial hemp say it holds a tremendous amount of promise. But to unlock its potential there’s very basic scientific research to be done.
This week on Earth Eats, we continue our on-going exploration of root vegetables with some versatile parsnip cakes that we serve with smoked trout salad.
Urban farming pioneer Will Allen says campus gardens, like the one at Indiana University, are popping up all over the country.