1. Alice Waters: Edible Education


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    What’s a “delicious revolution”? Edible Schoolyard founder Alice Waters talks about the value of garden and kitchen experiences in transforming students’ relationship to food. Download the free Nourish…

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    • Brees Dream Garden at the Edible Schoolyard


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      The Edible Schoolyard in New Orleans received a big boost from the Saints Quarterback Drew Brees and his Brees Dream foundation. Here is the Super Bowl MVP two years ago at the garden's public dedication. For…

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      • Challenge by Choice: The hard lessons of chicken harvest


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        Each year at North Country School and at Camp Treetops, school-age children take part in chicken harvest, a twice-yearly ritual reaching back to the institution's founding. Led by NCS teacher and…

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        • Edible Education 103: "Social Practices" by Peter Sellars


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          Edible Education: Peter Sellars, theatre director and professor of World Arts and Cultures at UCLA, provides his view on edible education. Recipient of a McArthur Fellowship, and winner of the Dorothy…

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          • Edible Education 103: "The Farm Bill" by Chellie Pingree;, Dan Imhoff and Ken Cook


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            Maine Congresswoman Chellie Pingree, known for introducing the Local Farms, Food and Jobs Act, Dan Imhoff, researcher, author, and independent publisher of issues related to farming, the environment,…

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            • Edible Education 103: The Politics and Economics of Meat, by Mike Callicrate and Bob Martin


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              MIKE CALLICRATE is an independent cattle producer, business entrepreneur, and political activist. He serves as an outspoken leader in addressing the rural, social, and cultural impacts of current…

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              • Edible Education 103: "The Psychology of Food" by Paul Rozin


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                Paul Rozin, Professor of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, and the author of numerous publications on Cultural Psychology, speaks on the role of food in human life, positive psychology,…

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                • Edible Schoolyard Family Food Night


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                  Produced in collaboration with the New Orleans Video Access Center's Virtuous Video program.

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                  • Edible Schoolyard NYC


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                    Show Love is honored to have been chosen to bring you the incredible story of Edible Schoolyard New York – a garden-centered hands-on learning program springing up in New York’s neediest neighborhoods…

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                    • Everyday Heroes clip: Edible Schoolyard


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                      A clip from the film Everyday Heroes. "Edible Schoolyard". "Everyday Heroes" by Rick Goldsmith and Abby Ginzberg, the only film that provides a behind-the-scene look at an Americorps scene. www.everydayheroesfilm.org

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