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Produced by the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP), Uprooted follows stories that connect the dots between agriculture and trade. What might seem obscure and technical on the surface actually impacts every aspect of our daily lives. We want to unearth the fascinating hidden stories that trace their roots back to policy.

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Produced by the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP), Uprooted follows stories that connect the dots between agriculture and trade. What might seem obscure and technical on the surface actually impacts every aspect of our daily lives. We want to unearth the fascinating hidden stories that trace their roots back to policy.

    Uprooted Episode 53: COP 24

    Uprooted Episode 53: COP 24

    Josh talks with Shefali Sharma and Laurel Levin about their experience at the COP24 in Katowice, Poland. You can read Shefali's COP dispatches from the COP here: 

    Uprooted Episode 52: Ag Antitrust

    Uprooted Episode 52: Ag Antitrust

    Josh talks with Ben Lilliston about a recent conference on anti-trust work in the agriculture sector.
     

    Special Uprooted: Food Freedom Radio - NAFTA 2.0

    Special Uprooted: Food Freedom Radio - NAFTA 2.0

    Josh, Dr. Steve Suppan, and Karen Hansen-Kuhn were guests on AM950's Food Freedom Radio with Laura Hedlund. This show, on the NAFTA renegotiation, will air over Thanksgiving, but we're thankful to Laura for letting us put it out on the podast as well! 

    Uprooted Episode 50 - State Climate Referenda

    Uprooted Episode 50 - State Climate Referenda

    Josh talks with Ben Lilliston, Director of Rural Strategies and Climate Change, about climate change initiatives on the ballot on November 6, and other activities some states are up to in addressing climate change. Update: It appears both measure discussed in the podcast have failed. 

    Uprooted Episode 49 - The Big Picture on Climate and Agroecology

    Uprooted Episode 49 - The Big Picture on Climate and Agroecology

    Josh talks with IATP collaborator and sustainable agriculture consultant, Doug Gurian-Sherman, about agroecology in the context of the UNFCCC report, and the CLARA report, which he was a contributing author on, and how agroecology is not just necessary for our climate but in providing sustainable livelihoods for farmers around the world. 

    Governor Candidate Forum at Hmong American Farmers Assn. Farm on Oct. 24!

    Governor Candidate Forum at Hmong American Farmers Assn. Farm on Oct. 24!

    Listen to a special podcast of Pakou Hang of HAFA, and IATP's Erin McKee talking about the forum and local food work in Minnesota:

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