The El Show Episode 32: Farmer Jane and the Sustainable Revolution

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Episode 32 of the El Show featured Temra Costa, author of the book Farmer Jane. Temra chronicled the sustainable food movement being led by women throughout the United States.
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Here’s a breakdown of Episode 32:

  • How Temra was disgruntled with the U.S. food system, and how she became a sustainable food advocate
  • The local food movement today and how far advanced it becomes
  • The California food market’s sustainable situation
  • How women are driving the sustainable nonprofit marketplace
  • How chefs and demand for local ingredients help
  • Women changing the climate on their home turf
  • How can you eat seasonally, regardless of where you live
  • Distribution: How large networks hurt small farmers, and how they are trying to fit into the local mold
  • Whole Foods role in the marketplace, and how they still need pressure

Download or listen to the El Show Episode 32 today! Also available on iTunes!

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