November 24, 2021

HMM, Holiday Special, 11 – 24 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine we take a break from our regular program to bring you a special episode where we go into our archives to bring you stories around food.

We begin with Azuré Keahi of Soul Fire Farm who talks with McKenna Conners about the importance of urban farming and Soul Fire Farm’s efforts towards greater food justice and food security;
Then, Anna Steltenkamp speaks with Chef Sean Sherman about his efforts to revitalize Native American cuisine;
After that, Corinne Carey visits Justin Butts and his Kunekune pigs on the farm;
Finally, Mark Dunlea interviews Mark Bittman about his recent book Animal, Vegetable, Junk, the evolution of the unhealthy American food diet, and the need to refocus the food system

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