Welcome to the Table. It's not my table, or your table. It's everyone's table. But, not everyone has the same kind of access to "the table." Each episode is an interview with an entrepreneurial instigator who has created their own food or hunger focused project to help end hunger in their community. In addition to learning from people who have already scaled the learning curve, we also offer coaching resources for making your own food or hunger focused project more effective. If you'd like to help make this project more effective, consider joining the Patron's Table at Patreon.com/healingspringsacres
Season 1 Is A Wrap & Happy New Year!
Listen in for a wrap up to Season One, updates for Season Two, and hopes for a Happy New Year!
Rick Burnette - "The tropical fringe..."
Practical wisdom from a practiced expert. Rick Burnette has worked in sustainable local scale agriculture projects all over the globe. He's learned enough to listen more. Hear how his work fits into efforts to help end hunger among farm workers in...
Julia Perkins, CIW - "Success = Respect & Self Determination"
Julia Perkins describes the work of CIW, the Coalition of Immokalee Workers, among migrant farm workers in and beyond Immokalee, FL. Their work intersects with nearly every aspect of the systemic forces that contribute to hunger in the communities they...
Miguel Estrada - "Change is Possible!"
Immokalee, FL is the source of most of America's winter time produce - particularly tomatoes. Miguel Estrada is working to help end hunger among the migrant farm workers who harvest much of the food we eat. Nearly all of us are involved in this...
It Takes A Village - Ending Hunger in High Point, NC
We're breaking the rules this time...This is the final installment in the larger story of High Point, NC's response to being designated the #1 most intense concentration of food hardship in the entire country in 2015. Carl Vierling, Victoria Hensley,...
José Abrue - A Look In the Mirror
José Abrue is one of three members of the Urban Farm Leaders program in High Point, NC. He's another individual who has responded to the impulse to make a substantive difference to help end hunger in his community. José's story is the third of four...
Inspiring, informative and entertaining
Don’s new podcast is grassroots, humble and authentic. You will be filled with hope that people are tackling hunger in their community, educated about growing food in all manner of environments and entertained by good humor and wonderful stories. Don does not get in the way of his guests. He lets their expertise shine through. I look forward to each weekly episode.
Joining the battle!
The work of Healing Springs Acres - and Don Durham specifically - to battle food deserts and scarcity is compelling, inspiring, and challenging. This podcast - Welcome To The Table - takes it to a new level. Hearing these stories helps me realize that there practical, realistic, and altogether doable ways for ME to help end hunger. Thanks, Don, and count me in!
This is important!
I’m so proud to know someone doing such important work and I to get to know his comrades in the fight through this podcast!