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The podcast for anyone who eats.

Join us as we talk about food: The laborers growing it, the legislation controlling it, the histories inspiring it, and the people who love it.

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    • 4.4 • 7 Ratings

The podcast for anyone who eats.

Join us as we talk about food: The laborers growing it, the legislation controlling it, the histories inspiring it, and the people who love it.

    Food 103: Early Agricultural Revolutions

    Food 103: Early Agricultural Revolutions

    Population growth, climate change, slave trade, and the Colombian Exchange: As you'll soon learn, the history of farming is the history of humankind itself. In the third episode of The Dirt Society's Food 100 Course, we'll learn about early technological revolutions in agriculture--and how these ancient developments continue to impact us in the 21st century.

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    • 17 min
    Food 102: The Ancient History of Agriculture

    Food 102: The Ancient History of Agriculture

    For the second episode of our Food 100 series, we're going way, way back. Everything in your life, from democracy to your smart phone, hinges on one moment in the history of farming. The kicker is: Nobody can explain how it happened.

    • 14 min
    Food 101: An Introduction

    Food 101: An Introduction

    In the first episode of our Food 100 track, Jennifer talks about our most basic relationship with food; how hunger can both connect us and give us common ground upon which we can create radical change.

    • 13 min
    Supplement: Why and How We Can Save a Food Culture in Decline

    Supplement: Why and How We Can Save a Food Culture in Decline

    In this supplement to The Dirt Society Podcast, we're sharing our talk given on January 16th to a conference of agriculture professionals on the east coast. We discuss why our food culture needs changing, and how you--a consumer--can make big waves in the global food market. Welcome to the table, everybody!

    • 37 min

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7 Ratings

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