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Rootstock Radio celebrates the changemakers who are working to restore and revitalize our broken food and farming system. We balance the doom-and-gloom with real-life solutions for contributing to a sustainable future.

  1. 1.
    Dr. John Fagan on the Toxins in our Food and Environment06/17/2019
    29:00
  2. 2.
    Chef Luke Zahm: The Difference Between a Fad and a Revolution06/10/2019
    29:00
  3. 3.
    Mari Margil: Giving Nature the Legal Rights it Deserves06/03/2019
    29:00
  4. 4.
    Anthony Reyes: Growing Skills (and Food) at the Homeless Garden Project05/27/2019
    29:00
  5. 5.
    Ashleigh Eubanks: Food and Cooperation in the Boroughs of New York City05/20/2019
    29:00
  6. 6.
    Sarah Potenza: How WWOOF Did Ecotourism Long Before it was Cool05/13/2019
    29:00
  7. 7.
    Cara Loriz: Protecting the (Often-Overlooked) Foundation of Our Food System05/06/2019
    29:00
  8. 8.
    Amanda Oborne: Helping the "Ag of the Middle" Thrive04/29/2019
    29:00
  1. 9.
    Chef Mary Cleaver on Eating Local in the Urban Jungle (and Happy Earth Day!)04/22/2019
    29:00
  2. 10.
    Cheyenna Layne Weber: The Cooperative Economic Model Our Earth Needs04/15/2019
    29:00
  3. 11.
    Kendra Klein: Reducing Exposure to Pesticides, a Scientifically Proven Way04/08/2019
    29:00
  4. 12.
    Eric Holt-Gimenez: Hope for a Democratic Food System04/01/2019
    29:00
  5. 13.
    Naomi Starkman of Civil Eats on Fixing TWO Broken Systems: Food & Media03/25/2019
    29:00
  6. 14.
    Betty Izumi: How Teaching "Food Gratitude" Encourages Kids to Eat Their Veggies03/18/2019
    29:00
  7. 15.
    Bob Quinn: The Modern Benefits of Ancient Grains03/11/2019
    29:00
  8. 16.
    Laura-Anne Minkoff-Zern: Racial (In)Justice, Immigration and Labor in the Food System03/04/2019
    29:00
  9. 17.
    Liz Carlisle: Lentils, Legumes & the Power of Pulses02/25/2019
    29:00
  10. 18.
    Terry Oxford: Sustainable Urban Beekeeping02/18/2019
    29:00
  11. 19.
    Leah Penniman: Amplifying the Voices of Black and Brown Farmers02/11/2019
    29:00
  12. 20.
    Fred Provenza: Where Wonder Meets Science (And Why They Aren’t Mutually Exclusive)02/04/2019
    29:00
  13. 21.
    Mai Nguyen: How Food Can Turn a ‘Place’ into a ‘Home’01/28/2019
    29:00
  14. 22.
    Alex Eaton: Let's Talk About Poop (Cow Manure, That Is)01/21/2019
    29:00
  15. 23.
    Florencia Ramirez: How Much Water Do You "Eat"?01/14/2019
    29:00
  16. 24.
    Jon Steinman: The Magic of Food Co-ops01/07/2019
    29:00
  17. 25.
    Arty Mangan: From Juice to Climate Change12/17/2018
    29:00
  18. 26.
    A-Dae Romero Briones: The Revival of Agriculture in Indigenous Communities12/10/2018
    29:00
  19. 27.
    Starhawk: Applying Permaculture to Plants…and People12/03/2018
    29:00
  20. 28.
    Activism 101: Age is Just a Number11/20/2018
    29:00
  21. 29.
    The State of the Seed Industry (And Why You Should Care)11/19/2018
    29:00
  22. 30.
    Rice: The New Frontier of Sustainable Ag11/12/2018
    29:00
  23. 31.
    Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin: The Next Frontier in Regenerative Agriculture & the Power of Stories11/05/2018
    29:00
  24. 32.
    Denise O'Brien: Amplifying Women’s Voices in Communities, on Farms & in Legislature10/29/2018
    29:00
  25. 33.
    Dr. John Ikerd: An Economist’s Take on Efficiency in Agriculture10/22/2018
    29:00
  26. 34.
    The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming10/15/2018
    29:00
  27. 35.
    The Case FOR Playing with Your Food10/08/2018
    29:00
  28. 36.
    Rebuilding Food Sovereignty on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation10/01/2018
    29:00
  29. 37.
    LaRayia Gaston on Feeding the Homeless: Mind, Body & Spirit09/24/2018
    29:00
  30. 38.
    Author Kristin Ohlson & How the Soil Will Save Us09/17/2018
    29:00
  31. 39.
    Farm Labor Rights and "Ecofeminism" with Rosalinda Guillen08/27/2018
    29:00
  32. 40.
    Hippies, Back-to-the-Landers, Longhairs & Revolutionaries08/20/2018
    29:00
  33. 41.
    Connection, Resistance and Reform Through Food08/13/2018
    29:00
  34. 42.
    How One Organic Farmer Fought For Her Rights—And Won08/09/2018
    29:00
  35. 43.
    Pesticides and Birth Defects—What You Should Know08/09/2018
    29:00
  36. 44.
    Inside the Chocolate Industry with Simran Sethi07/23/2018
    29:00
  37. 45.
    Inside the Coffee Industry with Kickapoo Coffee07/16/2018
    29:00
  38. 46.
    Inside the Tea Industry with Ahmed Rahim07/09/2018
    29:00
  39. 47.
    Who Owns Our Seeds?07/02/2018
    29:00
  40. 48.
    Dr. Erin Silva, "Soil Whiz"06/25/2018
    29:00
  41. 49.
    The Mother Hen of Green Bloggers06/18/2018
    29:00
  42. 50.
    Fighting Global Hunger with "One of the Best Ideas America Ever Had"06/11/2018
    29:00
  43. 51.
    Investing in the Land06/04/2018
    29:00
  44. 52.
    Not All Heroes Wear Capes (Many Wear Aprons!)05/29/2018
    29:00
  45. 53.
    "We Should Be Alarmed": Protecting Children's Environmental Health05/21/2018
    29:00
  46. 54.
    'Breeding' a Thriving Regional Grain Economy05/14/2018
    29:00
  47. 55.
    Breaking - and Baking - Bread with Adrian Hale05/08/2018
    29:00
  48. 56.
    Bridging the Divide04/30/2018
    29:00
  49. 57.
    Cottage Food Activism04/23/2018
    29:00
  50. 58.
    Cast Your Vote for the Future of Organic04/16/2018
    29:00
  51. 59.
    Uncovering Corruption in Agribusiness with Investigative Journalist Carey Gillam04/09/2018
    29:00
  52. 60.
    Raj Patel: Capitalism is Catching Up to Us04/02/2018
    29:00
  53. 61.
    Organic Shouldn't Be "Grassroots vs. Suits"03/26/2018
    29:00
  54. 62.
    Two Problems In Our Food System, One Solution03/19/2018
    29:00
  55. 63.
    Darci Vetter on Eating Local, Thinking Global Agriculture03/12/2018
    29:00
  56. 64.
    Lindsey Shute and the Obstacles Young Farmers Face Today03/05/2018
    29:00
  57. 65.
    "Ag in the Middle" and Eating Local with Kathleen Bauer02/26/2018
    29:00
  58. 66.
    Our Food System Isn't Broken (It Just Never Worked Well in the First Place)02/19/2018
    29:00
  59. 67.
    Animal Welfare in Organic Agriculture02/12/2018
    29:00
  60. 68.
    Not All Organic Eggs Are Created Equal02/05/2018
    29:00
  61. 69.
    Connecting Nutrition and Food with Dr. Joan Dye Gussow01/29/2018
    29:00
  62. 70.
    Conscious Alliance: Fighting Hunger, Empowering Youth01/22/2018
    29:00
  63. 71.
    Healthy Cows, Healthy Milk, Healthy People01/15/2018
    29:00
  64. 72.
    Organic Beginnings and the Future of Agriculture01/08/2018
    29:00
  65. 73.
    Pioneering Organic with George Siemon, Organic Valley CEO01/01/2018
    29:00
  66. 74.
    Food Allergies & Why Organic is Not a Fad12/25/2017
    29:00
  67. 75.
    What Midwestern Farmers and Gulf Fishermen Have in Common12/18/2017
    29:00
  68. 76.
    Alternatives to Capitalism12/11/2017
    29:00
  69. 77.
    Frances Moore Lappe on Reclaiming Democracy12/04/2017
    29:00
  70. 78.
    Temple Grandin: Good for Animals, Good for Business11/27/2017
    29:00
  71. 79.
    Shaping the Story of Food11/20/2017
    29:00
  72. 80.
    The Man who Wrote the First Organic Standards11/13/2017
    29:00
  73. 81.
    We Cannot Feed the World with Industrial Agriculture11/06/2017
    29:00
  74. 82.
    Author Susan Futrell: Saying "Yes, AND..." to Organic10/30/2017
    29:00
  75. 83.
    Why the Organic Movement Is Not "Losing Its Soul"10/23/2017
    29:00
  76. 84.
    How to Turn Post-Election Anger into Activism10/16/2017
    29:00
  77. 85.
    Food, Fun & Social Activism at White Dog Cafe10/09/2017
    29:00
  78. 86.
    Stories from a Half-Century in Organic10/02/2017
    29:00
  79. 87.
    "Tantalizing the Senses" through Farm to School09/25/2017
    29:00
  80. 88.
    Forging the Good Food Supply Chain09/18/2017
    29:00
  81. 89.
    Ceres Community Project: Food that Heals and Empowers09/11/2017
    29:00
  82. 90.
    Wanted: Regenerative, Renewing, Resilient Agriculture09/04/2017
    29:00
  83. 91.
    We Can Reverse Climate Change (And We Must Start Now)08/28/2017
    29:00
  84. 92.
    Secrets from Chef Monique Hooker's Kitchen08/21/2017
    29:00
  85. 93.
    Pesticides: Past, Present and Future08/14/2017
    29:00
  86. 94.
    The Delaney Paradox, Epigenetics and Children's Health08/07/2017
    29:00
  87. 95.
    What Makes Life on an Organic Farm Beautiful07/31/2017
    29:00
  88. 96.
    Want to Reduce Food Waste? Eat Ugly Produce!07/24/2017
    29:00
  89. 97.
    The Sioux Chef: Cooking with Wild Foods & Cool Heirloom Crops07/17/2017
    29:00
  90. 98.
    Storytelling to Inspire Food System Change07/10/2017
    29:00
  91. 99.
    Good Food Movement Pioneer Jim Slama07/03/2017
    29:00
  92. 100.
    "Food as Medicine" with Food Sleuth Melinda Hemmelgarn06/26/2017
    29:00
  93. 101.
    What Industrial Agriculture Can't Accomplish06/19/2017
    29:00
  94. 102.
    Propagating 100 Episodes! (And a Healthy Planet)06/12/2017
    29:00
  95. 103.
    Pt 2: Indigenous Food Sovereignty and Activism, DAPL, Fracking and more06/05/2017
    29:00
  96. 104.
    Pt 1: Indigenous Food Sovereignty and Activism, DAPL, Fracking and more05/29/2017
    29:00
  97. 105.
    Finance Meets Food - Bringing our Money Back to Earth05/22/2017
    29:00
  98. 106.
    Simran Sethi: Preserving the 'Element of Deliciousness'05/15/2017
    29:00
  99. 107.
    What You Need to Know about Livestock and Antibiotic Resistance05/08/2017
    29:00
  100. 108.
    Growing Home: Urban Farming that Transforms Lives05/01/2017
    29:00
  101. 109.
    Why are the People who Feed Us Struggling to Feed Themselves?04/24/2017
    29:00
  102. 110.
    Perennial Crops: A New Solution for Sustainable Agriculture04/17/2017
    29:00
  103. 111.
    Changing the Narrative of Food and Farming, with Karen Washington04/10/2017
    29:00
  104. 112.
    The "Magic" of Grass-Based Agriculture04/03/2017
    29:00
  105. 113.
    Food Allergies and Why Organic is Not a Fad03/27/2017
    29:00
  106. 114.
    The Renegade Lunch Lady's Fresh Take on School Lunch03/20/2017
    29:00
  107. 115.
    Responsible Seafood with Sheila Bowman03/13/2017
    29:00
  108. 116.
    The Impact of Pesticides...Compounded03/06/2017
    29:00
  109. 117.
    Plight of the Pollinators: How Bad Is it...Really?02/27/2017
    29:00
  110. 118.
    The Pesticide Problem, Part 202/20/2017
    29:00
  111. 119.
    The Pesticide Problem, Part 102/13/2017
    29:00
  112. 120.
    How to Engage in our Food System Between Elections02/06/2017
    29:00
  113. 121.
    CAFOs, Fracking & GMOs, Oh My!01/30/2017
    29:00
  114. 122.
    Erika Allen on Creativity in Urban Agriculture01/23/2017
    29:00
  115. 123.
    Food as the "Great Equalizer" with Malik Yakini01/16/2017
    29:00
  116. 124.
    Rural Renewal with Robert Wolf01/09/2017
    29:00
  117. 125.
    Nutrition Talk with Ashley Koff, RD01/02/2017
    29:00
  118. 126.
    Holistic Farming with Allan Savory12/27/2016
    29:00
  119. 127.
    Mindful Cooking with Cynthia Lair12/20/2016
    29:00
  120. 128.
    Keefe Keeley and Perennial Agriculture12/13/2016
    29:00
  121. 129.
    Maria Rodale on Living Well12/06/2016
    29:00
  122. 130.
    Chris McCullum-A Different Kind of Dietitian11/29/2016
    29:00
  123. 131.
    Breeding for Taste with Lane Selman11/22/2016
    29:00
  124. 132.
    The Perfect French Fry11/15/2016
    29:30
  125. 133.
    Cooperation Equals Happiness11/08/2016
    29:00
  126. 134.
    A Little Non-Profit with a Big Reach11/01/2016
    29:00
  127. 135.
    The Science of Grass10/25/2016
    29:00
  128. 136.
    Permaculture & Activism with Author Starhawk10/18/2016
    29:00
  129. 137.
    Storytelling to Change the World10/11/2016
    29:00
  130. 138.
    An "Incredibly Good-Tasting Pork Chop"10/04/2016
    29:00
  131. 139.
    The Love, and Business, of Agriculture09/27/2016
    29:00
  132. 140.
    The Path to Activism and Good Food09/20/2016
    29:00
  133. 141.
    Good Food in Research AND in Practice09/13/2016
    29:00
  134. 142.
    Saving the World, Rotational Grazing Edition09/06/2016
    29:00
  135. 143.
    A Healthy and Sustainable Food System08/30/2016
    29:30
  136. 144.
    The Lasting Impact of "Greenhouse to Kitchen"08/23/2016
    29:00
  137. 145.
    The Multi-Faceted World of Farm to School08/08/2016
    29:00
  138. 146.
    "Connecting the Dots" with Farmer Charlene Stoller07/25/2016
    29:00
  139. 147.
    Organic Food & Nutrition with Dr. Charles Benbrook05/30/2016
    29:00
  140. 148.
    GMOs, Pesticides and Bees with Dr. Charles Benbrook05/23/2016
    29:00
  141. 149.
    "We Instead of Me": Adam Schwartz of The Cooperative Way05/16/2016
    29:00
  142. 150.
    Cooperatives Empowering Communities through Food05/09/2016
    29:00
  143. 151.
    Earth Dinner: Making Earth Day Every Day04/22/2016
    29:00
  144. 152.
    Miriam Grunes of REAP Food Group04/18/2016
    29:00
  145. 153.
    Seed Talk with Bill Tracy of University of Wisconsin04/11/2016
    29:00
  146. 154.
    Katy Kolker, Portland Fruit Tree Project04/04/2016
    29:00
  147. 155.
    Let's Talk About Soil...03/28/2016
    29:00
  148. 156.
    Organic Veterinarian Dr. Paul Dettloff03/21/2016
    29:00
  149. 157.
    Cow Nutrition and Us03/14/2016
    29:00
  150. 158.
    Jeff Moyer of the Rodale Institute03/07/2016
    29:00
  151. 159.
    Organic Valley Veterinarian Dr. Guy Jodarski02/29/2016
    29:00
  152. 160.
    Faye Jones of MOSES Organic Farming Conference02/22/2016
    29:00
  153. 161.
    Organic Farmer & Grazing Specialist Dr. Rhonda Gildersleeve02/15/2016
    29:00
  154. 162.
    Author & Food Activist Frances Moore Lappe (Part 2)02/08/2016
    29:00
  155. 163.
    Author & Food Activist Frances Moore Lappe (Part 1)02/01/2016
    29:00
  156. 164.
    Author Wendell Berry (Rebroadcast)01/25/2016
    29:00
  157. 165.
    Jessica Shade of The Organic Center (Rebroadcast)01/18/2016
    29:00
  158. 166.
    What it takes to become Certified Organic01/11/2016
    29:00
  159. 167.
    "Allergic Girl" Sloane Miller01/04/2016
    29:00
  160. 168.
    Melody Meyer of the UNFI Foundation12/21/2015
    29:00
  161. 169.
    Thinking Like Bees with Terry Oxford of UrbanBeesSF12/14/2015
    29:00
  162. 170.
    "Food Sleuth" Melinda Hemmelgarn (Part 2)12/07/2015
    29:00
  163. 171.
    "Food Sleuth" Melinda Hemmelgarn (Part 1)11/30/2015
    29:00
  164. 172.
    Local AND Affordable: Chef Michel Nischan of Wholesome Wave11/23/2015
    29:00
  165. 173.
    "Embracing Complexity": Author Raj Patel & Organic Valley's Jerome McGeorge11/16/2015
    29:00
  166. 174.
    Continuing a Legacy of Food Activism: Anna Lappe, Small Planet Institute11/09/2015
    29:00
  167. 175.
    Creating Equitable & Sustainable Food Systems: Pamela Hess, Arcadia Center11/02/2015
    29:00
  168. 176.
    Andrew Kimbrell of Center for Food Safety (Part 2)10/26/2015
    29:00
  169. 177.
    Andrew Kimbrell of Center for Food Safety (Part 1)10/19/2015
    29:00
  170. 178.
    Organic Valley farmer Jon Bansen10/12/2015
    29:00
  171. 179.
    Preserving Beauty and Bounty in the Mississippi Valley10/05/2015
    29:00
  172. 180.
    Austin Ashley of Wisco Pop09/28/2015
    29:00
  173. 181.
    Seed Stories with Diane Ott Whealy of Seed Savers Exchange09/21/2015
    29:00
  174. 182.
    Carolyn Mugar and Glenda Yoder of Farm Aid (Rebroadcast)09/14/2015
    29:30
  175. 183.
    Molly Jahn of University of Wisconsin - Madsion09/07/2015
    29:00
  176. 184.
    Margaret Krome of Michael Fields Ag Institute08/24/2015
    29:00
  177. 185.
    Severine von Tscharner Fleming & the Young Farmer Movement08/17/2015
    29:00
  178. 186.
    Chef Mary Cleaver, NYC Farm to Table Pioneer08/10/2015
    29:00
  179. 187.
    How is Climate Change Affecting Farmers?08/03/2015
    29:00
  180. 188.
    Deborah Kane, USDA Farm to School Program07/20/2015
    29:30
  181. 189.
    Kris Soebroto, Sisters of the Road07/13/2015
    29:30
  182. 190.
    Chef Luke Zahm of Driftless Cafe07/06/2015
    29:30
  183. 191.
    Chef Monique Hooker, Culinary Pioneer06/29/2015
    29:00
  184. 192.
    Kenny Ausubel of Bioneers06/22/2015
    29:00
  185. 193.
    Organic Valley Farmers Mark and Ernest Martin06/15/2015
    29:00
  186. 194.
    JJ Gonson of Cuisine en Locale on the Value of a Local Food System06/08/2015
    29:00
  187. 195.
    Carolyn Mugar and Glenda Yoder of Farm Aid06/01/2015
    29:30
  188. 196.
    Author Wendell Berry05/25/2015
    29:00
  189. 197.
    Sloane Miller, "Allergic Girl"05/18/2015
    29:00
  190. 198.
    Andrew Kimbrell of the Center for Food Safety05/11/2015
    29:00
  191. 199.
    Jessica Shade of The Organic Center05/04/2015
    29:00
  192. 200.
    Author Joan Gussow on "Death, Life & Vegetables"04/27/2015
    29:00

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