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  • Creating an Edible Town In New York – Suzanne Barish

    TEDxBergen Community College

    Please Pick Project is a small example of how we can revolutionize our relationship with food and address many of the health and hunger problems that plague communities around the country and around the world. The initial purpose of this project was to create an edible town in Nyack, NY, thus connecting people to real […]

  • Growing food, growing community: the example of the Hawley Hamlet – Tim Rinne

    TEDxLincoln

    Since 2010, Tim and his wife have gone from a measly little tomato patch to six tenths of an acre (the equivalent of roughly 65 yards of a football field). They have planted over 50 fruit and nut trees and two dozen berry beds, set up two chicken coops and two beehives, and now have […]

  • Ava Chin at Storytelling and Food – Ava Chin

    Change Food

    Hi, everybody. Can you hear me alright, just out of curiosity? Okay. I can project because I used to be a slam poet. This is a food poem called “Wun Yee. Muk Yee. Cloud Ear Fungus. Does it grow on land or in the sea?” My grandfather holds the tiny cloud ears running under a […]

  • How I Did Less and Ate Better, Thanks to Weeds – Tama Matsuoka Wong

    TEDxManhattan

    Tama Matsuoka Wong was a corporate attorney. Now she’s a forager. When she started gardening in her New Jersey backyard, she quickly realized that weeds would take over her garden. Tama tells us about her Japanese culture and realizing that what some call “weeds” are delicacies in other parts of the world.