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The Mother Hen of Green Bloggers

by Rootstock Radio

“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..
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Not All Heroes Wear Capes (Many Wear Aprons!)

by Rootstock Radio

Today on Rootstock Radio, Tambra Raye, the founder and CEO of WANDA: Women Advancing Nutrition, Dietetics and Agriculture, as well as the creator of NATIVSOL Kitchen, an organization that aims to reclaim the health and spirit of the African Diaspora.
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Breaking, and Baking, Bread with Adrian Hale

by Rootstock Radio

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..
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"Bridging the Divide" with Diane Hatz

by Rootstock Radio

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..
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Cottage Food Activism

by Rootstock Radio

Lisa Kivirist, an old hand at this whole Rootstock Radio thing (listen to her other episode here!) is still involved with supporting, empowering and connecting women farmers through Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) and..