As part of the Indianapolis Spirit & Place Festival, Krista Tippett interviews chef Dan Barber, a game-changing voice of the farm-to-table movement. Live stream of the interview begins at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 5.
If these three measures pass, local and state government will experience such a precipitous decline in funding that you can expect to see boarded-up shops, laid off teachers, and potholes by the thousands across the state of Colorado.
We are in desperate need of reconnecting our eating with the sacred. Conveniently, our religious traditions are equipped with tools and traditions for just such a reconsideration: Ramadan, Yom Kippur, the Sabbath, the Eucharist...
Our egg industry is an emblem of industrialized animal agribusiness -- a system that jeopardizes the health of American consumers each and every day, institutionally abuses animals, and pollutes our seas and waterways.
Fasting is a non-rational abstinence. It is not the abstinence of the lactose intolerant, who forgoes milk because it will make her ill; it is the abstinence of the Hindu, who forgoes milk because it will damage his soul.
I don't often find much to cheer about when I read the food and farming news, but a new report from the influential National Research Council on the future of U.S. farming had me reaching for my pom-poms.