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On our weekly agriculinary show, we explore everything related to our daily repast, from the exploding farm-to-table scene, to getting the most out of our own kitchen efforts. Because our diet is global, our scope may be as narrow as your own kitchen garden or as broad as climate change.
||CleanPlenty #11: No-till and Urban Ag at NOFA/Mass Winter Conference||Amazing no-till results, proof-of-concept urban agriculture, and learning “tracks” available for a curated conference experience Hey, how’s it going today? I am Jason Velázquez, and we have arrived here at Episode #11.||12/18/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPlenty #10: Raising the Stakes of Fossil Fuels at Standing Rock||The human stories connected to social movements are, almost without exception, highly charged with emotion. Details about the violence and intimidation directed at protesters by corporations and law enforcement generate instantaneous,||11/24/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPlenty #9: Christopher Kimball Settles in on Milk Street||In Episode #9, Plenty talks with another icon of the food world, this time pioneer of the culinary airwaves, Christopher Kimball. The founder of Cook’s Illustrated magazine, and instantly recognizable host of the Emmy Award–winning “America’s||11/12/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPlenty #8: Chef Power Hour — How to influence food policy||This episode of Plenty is unusual for the unique, unfiltered look it provides into one way advocacy can result in changes to food policy. We sat in on the September “Chef Power Hour,” a monthly meeting of the minds hosted by the Chefs Collaborativ||10/1/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPlenty #7: Darra Goldstein Helps Ferment the Food Revolution with CURED||Thanks for joining us for another mouthwatering helping of Plenty, the farm and table podcast that examines the people, practices, and policies that affect what goes on behind the menu and beyond the shopping list. This episode? Number 7.||9/23/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPlenty #6: Shining Some Light into the DARK Act with David Durfee and Dan Bensonoff||In this episode, we are very pleased to have, as guests on this show, General Manager of Wild Oats Market in Williamstown, Mass David Durfee. and Dan Bensonoff, Policy Director at the Northeast Organic Farming Association, Massachusetts (NOFA/Mass).||7/29/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPlenty # 5 — Sharing an Ocean Breeze with “Fresh Fish” author Jennifer Trainer Thompson||Whether you grew up on the shore or spent your life as a land lubber, Fresh Fish — A Fearless Guide to Grilling, Shucking, Searing, Poaching and Roasting Seafood will have you catching the scent of the beach on the wind.||3/31/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPlenty # 4 — Railroad Street Youth Project’s Annual Culinary Arts Dinner||GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Youth empowerment organization, Railroad Street Youth Project , serving young people in southern Berkshire County, is getting ready for dinner. Its much-anticipated Annual Culinary Arts Celebration will take place on Monday,||12/5/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPlenty #3 — Timothy Snyder Warns of Next Genocide||Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning We spoke with Timothy Snyder about his recent work examining two necessary conditions for the Holocaust: disintegration of the state and ecological panic. The Yale history professor explains the connect.||10/9/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPlenty #2 — Berkshires Author Alana Chernila Launches “The Homemade Kitchen”||Practical guiding principles point to cooking and eating habits that make sense for families. Alana Chernila has been piecing together a philosophy about food at least as early as becoming a mom. Her first contacts with preparing meals,||9/17/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPlenty #1 — Hard Cider Tasting at MASS MoCA||SIX Western Mass grower/fermentors offer their wares at the hard cider tasting in the Chalet 08/28 Don’t miss the hard cider tasting at the Chalet at MASS MoCA on August 28 from 6:30–8:00 p.m. that features SIX local cider growers/fermentors.||8/28/2015||Free||View in iTunes|