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Cooking Up A Story

Cooking Up A Story

Cooking Up A Story offers a variety of shows and news about sustainable food and living and those working to change our world for the ...
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Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations?CAFO: Dan Imhoff Speaks Out

04/19/11
The great modern scientific achievements of the 20th century that brought us life saving antibiotics, synthetic fertilizers, vitamin ...

Beekeeping Basics: Getting Started

04/04/11
Glen Andresen has been a beekeeper for 20 years and teaches beekeeping in the Portland Metro area. He has a number of hives in his urban ...

Evin J. Evans and her Goats

03/28/11
On my way to South Carolina last year, someone suggested I check out the small historical town of Pendleton, if I had time, for it wasn't ...

Growing a Pear in a Bottle

03/21/11
As the title suggests, food photographer Ed Gowans The Art of Food Photography shares a passion of hisunrelated to food photographygrowing ...

Nathan Winters Coming Soon to CUpS

03/15/11
uring the summer of 2009, Nathan Winters spent 5 months pedaling across the country4300 miles to rediscover our food system. Along the way ...

University of Oregon Food Justice Conference: What is Food Justice?

03/14/11
or 4 days in February of 2011, the University of Oregons Food Justice conference drew leaders from the sustainability movement, farmers, ...

Lon Rombough: Grafting Fruit Trees

03/08/11
Lon Rombough, considered one North America's foremost authorities on viticulture, takes us through his steps for grafting cuttings from ...

Dan Imhoff: Wh The Farm Bill Is So Important?

03/02/11
Part 5 olitics can often seem far removed from our present reality sometimes, far removed from reality itself. How many of us know much ...

Alan Kapuler: Man of Science, Ideas, and Humanity

03/01/11
Dr. Alan Kapuler is a man who thinks on big time scales, and across wide geographic spheres of reality. A molecular biologist by training, ...

A Conversation With Dan Imhoff-Part 2: Historical Roots and Evolution of the Farm Bill

02/23/11
The Farm Bill comes up for renewal every 5 to 7 years. But upon passage, that is just the beginning of a yearly battle for allocation of ...