Women’s Empowerment and Gender Equality: A History of Women + Power

What would our society be without women? Impossible to comprehend, right? And yet, women have been marginalized for hundreds and hundreds of years. Fighting long and hard for equal pay, for voting rights, for a true recognition of their value…

How Can We Honor Our Planet and Ourselves?

In the world of news and politics and social and environmental justice we, as a culture, often focus disproportionately on what is not working. From a deeply human perspective, the film Love Thy Nature brings the balance back in focusing…

Learn How to Cut Peaches in 2 Minutes

Chef Sita and Earl Herrick of Earl’s Organic Produce explain the difference between “cling” and “freestone” peaches and how to cut them. Originally posted 2019-01-15 12:50:37.

Apple Pumpkin Pup-Cakes: Your Dog’s New Favorite Fall Treat

With apple season upon us, I thought what better way to celebrate than with an apple and pumpkin recipe? So, I decided on some Apple Pumpkin Pup-Cakes! These “pup” cakes are the perfect way to get some in-season apples into…

A New Solution to the Fashion Industry’s Fabric Waste Problem

We talk a lot about sustainability on our plates on this show – organic food and agriculture as the foundation for social and environmental justice. But of course, the conversation about how to create true sustainability on this planet includes…

Healing Disease Through Holistic Nutrition: Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Multiple sclerosis (MS): An unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body. (Source: National Multiple Sclerosis Society) As a faculty member for the nutrition…

The Last Prosecco – Official Trailer

Antonio Padovan’s witty thriller unravels on the hills of Valdobbiadene, where Prosecco grapes grow. The film features Rade Serbedzija as a count fighting to protect his terroir and Giuseppe Battiston as a stubborn police inspector who has a murder to solve. The Last…

Save Now and Enjoy Later: Freezing Summer Produce

If you find yourself sitting at the kitchen table grinning at the last of the bounty of summer produce that has filled your fruit bowl, you’re probably not alone. It’s hard not to appreciate this gift of summer goodness. You more…

Fast and Cheap Fashion is Polluting Our Rivers Across the Globe

In honor of the San Francisco Green Film Festival, we are covering a handful of outstanding documentaries. These new films are as brilliantly produced as they are critical. They are – hopefully – shaping our society and our way of…

6 Great Organic Gardening Books to Add to Your Winter Reading List

If gardening is a big part of your life in spring, summer, and fall, the arrival of winter gifts you with a lot more free time in your schedule. What’s a gardener to do? Read voraciously! Or, at least, that’s…

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