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iEat Green – Guest Stacy Malkan- Co-Founder, U.S. Right to Know

Stacy Malkan is co-founder and co-director of U.S. Right to Know, a nonprofit investigative research group focused on the food industry. She is the author of the award-winning book, Not Just a Pretty Face: The Ugly Side of the Beauty Industry (New Society, 2007), and a co-founder of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, a coalition of nonprofit health and environmental groups …

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iEat Green – Guest Sara Porter, VP of External Affairs Healthy Schools Campaign

Sara is the Vice President of External Affairs for HSC. She has a kind of a unique position and gets to do a lot of different stuff. She manages relationships with corporate partners and their partnering non-profit and government organizations. On some of the projects, Sara does more management, like with their green cleaning and food service guides. But with …

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iEat Green – Guest Ryan Rising and Alexa Levy

Ryan Rising is a community organizer, facilitator, and permaculture educator based out of the San Francisco Bay Area and co-founder of the Permaculture Action Network. After a decade of local organizing around direct action, food justice, ecological design, and community living, Ryan organized the Permaculture Action Tour with music producer The Polish Ambassador in the Fall of 2014. Ryan has …

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iEat Green – Guest Mark Winne- Author of- Food Town, USA

From 1979 to 2003, Mark Winne was the Executive Director of the Hartford Food System, a Connecticut non-profit food organization.  He is the co-founder of numerous organizations including the Community Food Security Coalition, the State of Connecticut Food Policy Council, and the City of Santa Fe Food Policy Council. He was a Kellogg Foundation Food and Society Fellow and a …

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iEat Green – Guest Sumiya Khan and Amelia Reese Masterson

SUMIYA KHAN, MS, RD   A co-founder of Sanctuary Kitchen and a Registered Dietitian, Sumiya is the Kitchen Program Manager at CitySeed, where she oversees Sanctuary Kitchen, cooking and food education, and food business incubation. She is the daughter of Indian immigrants and global justice activists, and is a California native raised among a diverse and multicultural community with a …

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iEat Green – Guest Misse Doe Axelrod – 11-07-19

Misse is a farmer and educator with 20 years of experience in sustainable agriculture and educating wondrous minds from 3 years to adult. Misse values community growth both in the natural and human world. When not on the farm growing food or hosting educational programs, Misse works in a dozen schools in Central Vermont teaching farm, food and nutrition. She …

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iEat Green – Guest Eric Jackson – 10.31.19

Eric Jackson is an organizer, educator, and filmmaker, humbly serving as the visionary and a co-founder of Black Yield Institute, committed to building a movement toward Black Land and Food Sovereignty in Baltimore. Currently, he and his team, are committed to a 1.25 acre urban agriculture operation and building a cooperatively-owned grocery store in South Baltimore, while also conducting Black-led …

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iEat Green – Nicole Andersen (Pharmacy to Farm)

Nicole Andersen, MS, RDN is Senior Manager, Nutrition Incentives Portfolio, Bureau of Chronic Disease Prevention at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. She leads the Department’s fruit and vegetable incentive programs including Health Bucks and Pharmacy to Farm Prescriptions. Nicole manages the Department’s Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentive grant from the United States Department of Agriculture to …

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iEat Green – Acadia Tucker

Acadia Tucker is a regenerative farmer, climate activist, and author. Her books are a call to action to citizen gardeners everywhere, and lay the groundwork for planting an organic, regenerative garden. For her, this is gardening as if our future depends on it. Before becoming an author, Acadia started a four-season organic market garden in Washington State inspired by farming …