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Food Freedom Radio

Food Freedom Radio

Saturdays 8AM - 9AM, Sundays 10AM-11AM

Food Freedom Radio envisions a food system respectful of the water, soil, planet and people. We work towards a historic transformation. How do we move from food production being a source of economic, social and ecological destruction? How do we move towards a food system which is a source of clean water, healthy soil, and a toxin-free environment?

Host Laura Hedlund. Laura earned a certificate in Urban Farming from PRI Cold Climate, helped to start a community garden in 2008 which is now part of the Open Door Pantry and serves on the advisory board for Green Garden Bakery. She has worked at AM950 since 2004.  She served as Deputy Press Secretary for Paul Wellstone’s 1990 US Senate campaign, Press Secretary for David Minge’s 1992 US Congressional Campaign, Public Relations Director for a 25,000 member Girl Scout council and she worked as television reporter.

 

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Food Freedom – Climate Changed Conference – August 7, 2019

https://gustavus.edu/events/nobelconference/2019

Food Freedom – MN Eats Exhibit at the MN State Fair – August 24, 2019

https://www.mnstatefair.org/schedule/the-common-table-minnesota-eats

Food Freedom Radio – August 10, 2019

Food Freedom Radio – August 3, 2019

Our guest today is Atina Diffley.

Food Freedom Radio – July 13, 2019

Food Freedom Radio – July 6, 2019

TC Farms – June 29, 2019

Power in the Economy – June 22, 2019

How coffee prices are hurting small farmers around the world and a local company.

Food Freedom Radio – June 15, 2019

Plastics – June 8, 2019

The makers of Hibar, a shampoo and conditioner bar that does not use plastic join Laura to talk about how individuals respond to the crisis of plastic. Also native Rapanui filmmaker Sergio Mata’u Rapu, who films Eating Up Easter, explores the dilemma his people are facing – talks about plastics from a global perspective