Hunter, author and adventurer on creating a culinary market for invasive species.
Monthly Archives: October 2013
Daphne Miller, Family doctor, author, professor and some-time farm hand on the ways that sustainable farming can help us think about healing and staying healthy and about changing the way that doctors understand and treat illness.
Harold McGee, author and food-science pioneer talks about where science fits into modern cooking and eating.
Jackson Landers, a hunter, author, adventurer, and founder of the invasivore movement, on shooting pythons, cooking geese and what it means to be a locavore hunter.
Gus Speth visits with Joanna Dafoe, Yale F&ES ’14, about his latest book America the Possible: Manifesto for a New Economy. Speth describes the need for a new economy to generate lasting and expansive political reform and reflects on his personal theory of change as it has evolved throughout his career. Time Magazine has called Gus Speth the “ultimate insider,” but to many students at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and Vermont Law School, Professor Speth is a mentor and friend. To that end, the podcast concludes with a discussion related to a student-posed question: what is the best role for young people to help in the new economy transition?
Executive Director of FoodFirst on the sources and results of corporate capitalism’s control of the food system, and on the different forms of resistance that are forming all over the world.