A recent fellowship from the Hoosier Young Farmers Coalition focuses on Black, Indigenous and People of Color in Monroe County, Indiana.
Conversations with a farmer at Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company and the owners of Lost Farm Meal Service.
Learn about three unexpected holiday dishes that mean the world to the families who make them.
In her new book, Katherine Miller offers guidance for chefs on effecting change in food policy.
Everybody eats, including animals at the zoo. Producer Toby Foster talks with the curator of nutrition at the Cincinnati Zoo.
Maria Carlassare’s business is called Piccoli Dolci, which is Italian for little sweets. These days she’s making plenty of savory Italian specialties too, from distinct regions in Italy.
A conversation about a non-profit organization working to build a resilient and equitably green city for all.
A visit to a cooking session at the IU Food Institute where a former IU language professor shares traditional Indian foods.
Geographer Elizabeth Cullen Dunn talks with Earth Eats about visiting ice cream factories and small dairy farms in Ukraine as the country faces uncertainty around the war and changes in land policy.
Jerry Mercury had never experienced a place like the community garden he found in Tallinn, Estonia. In a difficult time, it meant the world to him.
“Our bodies aren’t the problem,” rethinking the stories we tell about weight and health with dietician Jessica Wilson.
In her new book No Meat Required, food writer Alicia Kennedy looks at vegetarian movements of the past and shares her low-tech vision for the future of food.
If you care about food, pay attention to The Farm Bill. It’s about food security for households across the nation.
A conversation with Korie Griggs of the Color of Coffee Collective.
Microbiologist Irene Garcia Newton shares her knowledge about the many organisms involved in keeping a colony of honeybees healthy.
When your grandmother tells you it’s time to open a cake business, maybe you should listen.
As we head back to the classroom, consider the value of outdoor learning. We speak with educators and students about what gardens at their high schools mean to them.
Join us for a tour of a new midwestern elementary ag school and a conversation with a farm-to-school garden coordinator.
The creators of How to Write a Novel in 20 Pies talk with Earth Eats about their book.