The Mother Hen of Green Bloggers
“When I became a mother I wanted my child to be healthier than I was,” says Leah Segedie, food activist, social media consultant and founder of both Mamavation and the ShiftCon Social Media Conference. Leah’s new book, Green Enough, talks..
Fighting Global Hunger with "One of the Best Ideas America Ever Had"
“How do you decide, when you have limited resources, who gets to have a meal today and who doesn’t?” This is one of the questions that M.J. Altman and her colleagues at the World Food Program face as they work to find solutions to world hunger..
"We Should Be Alarmed": Protecting Children's Environmental Health
Nsedu Obot Witherspoon is the executive director of the Children's Environmental Health Network (CEHN) and a leader in the field of children's environmental health. Our founding director would have never expected that 25 or 26 years later we would..
Breeding a Thriving Regional Grain Economy
Dr. Stephen Jones, a professor of Crop and Soil Science and the director of The Bread Lab at Washington State University is a wheat breeder who never dreamed he’d be producing wheat varieties bearing “hints of chocolate” or “spicy overtones.” And..
Breaking, and Baking, Bread with Adrian Hale
I'm a writer, and I've always enjoyed baking," says Adrian Hale, a food writer whose foray into baking bread began as a last-ditch effort to find bread that her daughter's stomach could tolerate. After a bit of experimenting, Adrian perfected her..
"Bridging the Divide" with Diane Hatz
Diane Hatz, founder and executive director of Change Food and founder of the Change Food Video Library, is a creative marketing expert and events innovator who raises awareness about problems and solutions within the food and farming system while..