Poverty is more than a lack of resources. It creates barriers that isolate
the poor from the rest of the community and from opportunities to break free
from its grip. That isolation also extends to having a voice in research and
program development for breakding down povert...
Host Glen Andresen welcomes Steve Cohen from the Portland Multnomah Food
Policy Council, to talk about Urban Growth Bounty, a series of late winter
and spring gardening classes presented by the City of Portland's Office of
Today's Guest is Katy Kolker, a recent recipient of the Skidmore Prize;
she's here to talk about her non--profit, The Portland Fruit Tree Project.
Next, the Food Show Team asks if Comfort Foods really are the answer to the
In the final segment, we take a look ...
Hosted by: Marliese Franklin
Students at Robert Gray Middle School evaluate Portland Public Schools' first
local harvest lunch. Thomas Marzahl, a Berlin foodie, discusses Slow Food and
other culinary movements in Germany. And Paul Osterlund talks about the
Host Cherie Blackfeather speaks with Tracy Oseran, founder of Urban Gleaners,
Amy Pearl, Executive Director of Springboard Innovation, and Katherine Ball,
Coordinator of the Social Innovation Forum.
Dr. David Naimon interviews local acupuncturist and herbalist, Ellen
They discuss ways to stay healthy this winter using Chinese diet therapy.
Recommended reading are Healing With Whole Foods by Paul Pitchford, and
Staying Healthy With The Seasons by Dr. El...
Today, Host Dr. David Naimon interviews Susan Allport, the author of "The
Queen of Fats: Why Omega-3s Were Removed From the Western Diet and What We
Can Do to Replace Them."
Michael Pollan calls this book a "fascinating nutritional detective story."
Dr. David Naimon
In Part 1 of our show today, we learn about School Lunches and Nutrition in
the Portland Public Schools.
In Part 2, Singer-songwriters and owners of Cherry Sprout Produce Lana
Rebel and Amanda talk about their two favorite things--Music and Veggies.