Food and Sustainable Agriculture
By Yale School of Forestry
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This collection features Yale faculty and distinguished speakers talking about food policy, agriculture and sustainability. Featured podcasts also come from the Yale Sustainable Food Project.
||Slow Food USA: Changing the Way We Eat||Josh Viertel, president of Slow Food USA, talks to Anastatia Curley of the Yale Sustainable Food Project about the work of his organization.||4/7/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
||Growing Power: Agriculture & Urban Renewal||A converstation with Will Allen, Founder and CEO of Growing Power, Inc., and Dave Thier of the Yale Sustainable Food Project, discuss the work of Growing Power and the potential for urban farming projects to change the face of urban landscapes.||4/7/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
||On The Plate and In The Garden: Nature Writing After Wilderness||Michael Pollan, author (most recently) of "In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto" and "The Omnivore's Dilemma," discusses the practice of nature writing in a post-wilderness world.||5/14/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||The Ethics of Eating||Alice Waters, Owner of Chez Panisse Restaurant and Founder of Chez Panisse Foundation, speaks about making food choices in today's world.||10/24/2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||Food & Climate Change: An Insider's Perspective on Supply Chain Challenges||Helene York, director of the Bon Appetit Management Company Foundation, speaks about the company's "low carbon diet" initiative and the work of greening a company's operations through changing the way food is purchased.||8/17/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||Hidden Kitchens||Melina Shannon DiPietro and Josh Viertel, co-directors of the Yale Sustainable Food Project, discuss New Haven's hidden kitchens with NPR's Kitchen Sisters, Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva.||12/19/2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||Food: The History of Taste||Paul Freedman, Chester D Tripp Professor and Chair of the History Department, discusses the new anthology he has edited: "Food: The History of Taste".||12/20/2007||Free||View in iTunes|