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iEat Green – Rahoul Mehra and John Ubaldo – AgFamiliar

Rahoul is the co-founder of AgFamiliar. He is an advisor, investor, and serial entrepreneur bringing over 25 years of executive experience. He has been a founder, board member and senior executive in companies related to eco-tech, personalized wellness, biotech and big data analytics. Rahoul is focused on opportunities that can affect positive change and strengthen our social cohesion, personal health …

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iEat Green – Michael Kilpatrick –Growing Farmers

Michael Kilpatrick is a farmer, presenter, host, inventor and online entrepreneur. His passion is to help entrepreneurs apply business principles and practical, proven solutions to grow their businesses and simplify their lives.  Michael has managed large certified organic farms and businesses, consulted for industry experts, and spoken at dozens of industry conferences.       Grilled Portobello Mushrooms with Creamed …

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iEat Green – Alexander Gerofsky –Founding member of World U.P.

World U.P. is a collective of innovative and passionate people who dream of an Understanding and Peaceful global community, where everyone belongs, is celebrated, and is appreciated for our differences. We are building our World U.P. by improving access to resources that allow humans to connect, learn, and empower each other through kindness and love.   Bio:- Alexander Gerofsky    …

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iEat Green – KRISTIN LAWLESS –Author- “Formerly Known As Food: How the Industrial Food System is Changing Our Minds, Bodies, and Culture.

Kristin Lawless is the author of Formerly Known As Food: How the Industrial Food System Is Changing Our Minds, Bodies, and Culture, which won the Green Prize for Sustainable Literature in 2019. Kristin is an independent journalist focusing on the intersections of food, health, politics, and culture. Her journalism and columns have appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Newsweek, and VICE. Lawless is …

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iEat Green – Guest Laura-Anne Minkoff-Zern –The New American Farmer: Immigration, Race, and the Struggle for Sustainability

Laura-Anne Minkoff-Zern is an Associate Professor of Food Studies and an affiliated faculty member in the Departments of Geography and Women’s and Gender Studies at Syracuse University. Dr. Minkoff-Zern’s research and teaching broadly explores the interactions between food and racial justice, labor movements, and transnational environmental and agricultural policy. This focus builds on her extensive experience with agricultural biodiversity projects …

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iEat Green – Guest John Ikerd -Author- Revolution of the Middle: and the Pursuit of Happiness

 John Ikerd, Professor Emeritus of Agricultural Economics, University of Missouri, Columbia.    John was raised on a small dairy farm in southwest Missouri and received his BS, MS, and Ph.D. degrees in agricultural economics from the University of Missouri. He worked in private industry for a time and spent thirty years in various professorial positions at North Carolina State University, Oklahoma …

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iEat Green – Guest Carrie Weiss

Carrie Weiss is an international culinary professional with a creative flair and passion for food.  She is proficient in Vegan, Raw Vegan, Vegetarian, Kosher, French, Spanish and Middle Eastern cuisines, as well as Italian, Greek, Asian and other global fare.   Eight years ago, due to personal medical issues, Carrie’s focus switched to Food as Medicine, and has become an …

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iEat Green – Veducated! An Educator’s Guide for Vegan-Inclusive Teaching

Laura Chepner is a teacher, environmentalist, and vegan-inclusion educational consultant from the United Kingdom. She is the author of the new book, Veducated! An Educator’s Guide for Vegan-Inclusive Teaching. Laura graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2009 with a BA in Primary Education and specialization in Global Citizenship and the Humanities. Upon recognizing a gap in vegan inclusion and education, …