Submitted by Sea Change Radio
Anyone who has gone to the grocery store during the COVID-19 health crisis must have wondered to themselves at some point why there was no toilet paper, milk or flour all of a sudden. It’s an important reminder that most of us have very little idea how things go from being planted in the ground to being stocked on our shelves. On this week’s Sea Change Radio, we speak with Marie Mutsuki Mockett, an author whose family owns a wheat farm in Nebraska. Her new book, American Harvest, takes us inside the world of wheat harvesting. We get a glimpse into the lives of the farmers she met while researching her book, discuss how those in the industry are coping with the pandemic and take a closer look at some of the agricultural industry’s practices.
Sea Change Radio is a new radio show and podcast that makes connections on social, environmental, and economic transformations toward sustainability. The show features news analysis, commentaries, and interviews with sustainability experts such as Hunter Lovins, John Elkington, Hazel Henderson, Bill McKibben, Mindy Lubber, Paul Hawken, Frances Moore Lappé, Joel Makower, and others. Sea Change co-hosts Bill Baue and Francesca Rheannon produced the shows precursor, Corporate Watchdog Radio, which launched in 2005. Sea Change is nationally syndicated on over 20 stations, and streams from www.CChange.net, where you can also download the show or subscribe to our podcast or email list.
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