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iEat Green – Guest Richard Schwartz – 06.01.17

Richard H. Schwartz, Ph.D., is president emeritus of Jewish Veg, formerly Jewish Vegetarians of North America, and author of Judaism and Vegetarianism, Judaism and Global Survival, Mathematics and Global Survival, and Who Stole My Religion? Revitalizing Judaism and Applying Jewish Values to Help Heal our Imperiled Planet and 250 articles at JewishVeg.org/Schwartz. Download this episode (right click and save)   …

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iEat Green – Guest Francesco Mastalia, photographer, writer, chef – 05.25.17

Francesco is photographer, writer, and is releasing a new book called YOGA, the Secret of Life. Francesco Mastalia has traveled the world photographing tribal, religious, spiritual, and indigenous people. His first book DREADS, published by Workman Artisan, is a photo documentary on the history of dreadlocks. Now in its eighth printing, DREADS includes an introduction by Pulitzer Prize- winning author …

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iEat Green – Guest Alethea Vasilas & Aidan Feeney – 05.18.17

Alethea Vasilas Bio: incorporates her background in dance, somatic therapeutic exploration, cultural anthropology, and organic farming into the cultivation of vegetables and new relational kinesthetic possibilities that come about at the interface of agriculture and neurodiversity.  She holds a B.A. in Africana Studies from Brown University, an M.A. in Socio-Cultural Anthropology from Columbia University, and certification in Biodynamics, Permaculture Design, …

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iEat Green – Guest Mary Jo Dudley Director, Cornell Farmworkers Program – 05.11.17

Mary Jo Dudley is the Director of the Cornell Farmworker Program (a program within the Community and Regional Development Institute at Cornell’s’ College of Agriculture and Life Science). The Cornell Farmworker Program is dedicated to improving the living and working conditions of farmworkers and their families. They also seek recognition for farmworker’s contributions to society and their acceptance and full …

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iEat Green – Guest Darina Allen: Chef, Author- Ballymaloe Cookery School – 05.04.17

Darina Allen established the Ballymaloe Cookery School with her brother Rory O’Connell in 1983. The cookery school has had thousands of students pass through its doors since and now enjoys a world wide reputation for excellence. Author of over a dozen cookery books, her latest ‘30 Years at Ballymaloe’ is a celebration of the 30 years of the cookery school. …

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iEat Green – Guest Holly Hughes Editor/Author- Food Writer – 04.27.17

Holly Hughes is the founder and editor of 18 editions (and counting) of the annual Best Food Writing anthology, which she believes is the best gig in the food writing universe. Reading everything that’s published in the food writing world is hardly hardship duty. Her past also includes stints as the executive editor of Fodor’s Travel Publications, writer of 12 …

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iEat Green – Nancy Romer Founder- Brooklyn Food Coalition – 04.20.17

Nancy Romer is a life-long activist.  After serving in the Peace Corps in Colomiba, she came back to the US ready to join the  movement to end the war in Viet Nam.  Since then she has continued working for peace and social justice, working in the feminist, anti-racist, public higher education, union, food justicem and climate justice movements.  She was …

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iEat Green – Kelly McGlinchey Butter Beans – 04.13.17

Kelly is the Director of Food Education at Butter Beans Inc, a school lunch and wellness company headquartered in New York City. With a background in sustainability and environmental advocacy, she is passionate about connecting our local and global communities to the ecological landscapes that support our food systems. Kelly has served on NGO delegations to the United Nations Framework …

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iEat Green – Josh Balk Vice President, Humane Society of the United States – 03.30.17

Josh Balk has led efforts to enact animal welfare policies with many of the world’s largest companies, including Walmart, Wendy’s, Kroger, Denny’s and dozens more. These policies have helped shift the food industry’s reliance on veal crates, gestation crates and battery cages. He's also been a leader in creating and supporting start-up animal-friendly companies, including co-founding Hampton Creek, and guiding venture capital firms and high net worth individuals to invest in this space. Prior to coming to HSUS, Balk worked at Compassion Over Killing (COK) where he conducted investigations into factory farm operations and launched one of our nation’s first advertising campaigns on farm animals. Balk’s work has been covered by the Associated Press, Fortune, CNN, New York Times, Washington Post and dozens of other outlets.