KSJD's Tom Yoder turns the tables on regular Big Fat Farm Show host Sarah Syverson to discuss what is in store in 2014 for the Montezuma School To Farm project, where she serves as the Program Director.
Host Sarah Syverson talks with Max Fields and James Plate of Fields To Plate Produce based in Hesperus, Colorado, about their business and how they look to improve the local food movement in southwest Colorado.
Host Sarah Syverson talks with Travis Custer from San Juan Mycology about how fungus grows and interacts with other plants and soil, why mushrooms are a food full of flavor and nutrition, and how certain forms of fungus can help with the clean up of environmental toxins.
Host Sarah Syverson discusses the public health issues and potential agricultural and groundwater impacts surrounding the Red Arrow Mine waste debacle near Mancos, Colorado with Lyn Patrick, naturopathic doctor and co-host of KSJD's environmental health program Pandora's Box.
Host Sarah Syverson discusses school meal programs with Janet Fogel, the Mancos Schools Food Service Director, and Sandi VanHouten, the Food Service Director for Montezuma-Cortez RE-1 Schools, and the challenges of serving more locally produced foods in school cafeterias.
Host Sarah Syverson talks with JoDee Powers from LiveWell Montezuma about a recent food survey that reveals how consumers and food producers feel about the local food system, its economic implications, and more.
Host Sarah Syverson talks with local WWOOFers (Willing Workers on Organic Farms) Sabina Beachdell, Kristen Evans, and Lillie Shobe about their experiences on an organic farm in Mancos and how it has changed their perspectives on food, farming, and hard work.