39: Good Food and Supply ChainsJune 30, 2020
For the third part in our local food series, Hallie and Chris sit down will Anna Crofts and Bob Benenson from the Chicago Good Food non-profit FamilyFarmed. They discuss the Good Food movement, what it means to bring local food into the supply chain, and why you should eat locally when you can. Also, we finally find out if Hallie or Chris show up to an interview first.
38: Farmers’ Markets with Amy GalloJune 16, 2020
This week Hallie and Chris sit down with Amy Gallo, the Farmers’ Market Programming Manager at the Sustainable Food Center. They discuss how farmers’ markets impact consumers and their communities, as well as what crops are the best to buy fresh. They also develop an interest in tiny zucchini. Who do you have to help you with your weird food problems?
Black Lives MatterJune 09, 2020
We stand with the protestors. Black lives matter. White silence is violence. Act Blue: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/bailfunds Read the transcript. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Podcasts | Spotify | RSS
37: Urban Farming with Sophia BuggsJune 02, 2020
This week we kick off our series on local food and talk about the adventures of urban farming! Find Sophia on instagram, https://www.instagram.com/ladybuggsfarm/, or watch her TEDx talk! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrGSYHl3HfA Read the transcript. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Podcasts | Spotify | RSS
36: Vegetable GardeningMay 19, 2020
It’s time to get our garden on! This week, Hallie and Chris discuss vegetable gardening, including how they started and how to do your own. We learn the history of gardening (and gardening policy), Hallie’s best gardening tips, and which space-based TV show references Hallie actually gets.
35: AgritourismMay 05, 2020
This week Hallie and Chris are discussing agrotourism, the practice of combining farms and tourism, what it is, both farmers and non-farmers love it, and how it works. We learn all about the agrotourism industry, as well as both Hallie and Chris’s opinions on ponies they have known, and the role of cornfields in the American psyche.