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Welcome to the Table!: what people are doing to end hunger.

Author: Don Durham

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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
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Listen in for a wrap up to Season One, updates for Season Two, and hopes for a Happy New Year!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/HealingSpringsAcres)
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 Immokalee, FL in this third interview of three about the work in the Immokalee community.Rick is one of the founders of Cultivate Abundance and they partner with Misión Peniel to offer collaborative neighborliness to increase food security, food solidarity, and food sovereignty for the migrant farm workers who share their community.This episode also includes some podcast related updates that I hope will be helpful.  As always thanks for listening!WebsiteFacebookTwittermusic by: Tom Kemnerartwork by: Wesley Nifongproduced by: Don DurhamSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/HealingSpringsAcres)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/HealingSpringsAcres)
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 serve.  Listen for more wisdom about what we can all do more of, more often, to help end hunger.Check here to learn more about CIW's Fair Food Program and see if your favorite supermarket or restaurant chain is participating.WebsiteFacebookTwittermusic by: Tom Kemnerartwork by: Wesley Nifongproduced by: Don DurhamSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/HealingSpringsAcres)
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 story.  Listen to find out how.WebsiteFacebookTwittermusic by: Tom Kemnerartwork by: Wesley Nifongproduced by: Don DurhamSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/HealingSpringsAcres)
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, and Patrick Harmon each tell their part of the story of connecting the dots between community driven, entrepreneurial energy and community support.WebsiteFacebookTwittermusic by: Tom Kemnerartwork by: Wesley Nifongproduced by: Don DurhamSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/HealingSpringsAcres)
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 installments in the larger story of High Point's response to being designated the entire country's #1 most intense concentration of food hardship in 2015.WebsiteFacebookTwittermusic by: Tom Kemnerartwork by: Wesley Nifongproduced by: Don DurhamSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/HealingSpringsAcres)
Andre Davis 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.  His story is the second installment in the larger story of High Point's response to being designated the entire country's #1 most intense concentration of food hardship in 2015.If you've ever wondered what can be done to help end hunger and build a more just and resilient local food system in your community,  I'm interviewing people from whom you are going to want to learn.WebsiteFacebookTwittermusic by: Tom Kemnerartwork by: Wesley Nifongproduced by: Don DurhamSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/HealingSpringsAcres)
Iya Chavis is one of three members of the Urban Farm Leaders program in High Point, NC who I've been able to interview for the podcast.  His story is the first installment in the larger story of High Point's response to being designated the entire country's #1 most intense concentration of food hardship in 2015.If you've ever wondered what can be done to help end hunger and build a more just and resilient local food system in your community,  I'm interviewing people from whom you are going to want to learn.WebsiteFacebookTwittermusic by: Tom Kemnerartwork by: Wesley Nifongproduced by: Don DurhamSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/HealingSpringsAcres)
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Introducing!

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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."  This podcast highlights the stories of people who are helping to end hunger.  It is a project of Healing Springs Acres, a small farm where we grow food to give away: Planting Generosity, Providing Food, Proclaiming That Others Can Do The Same.We've said from the beginning that the solution to ending hunger is not for our farm to get bigger and bigger but, for more and more people to start their own projects in their own communities to help end hunger, build more just and resilient local food systems, and to help more people have the experience of, "Welcome to the Table!"This podcast highlights the stories of people who are helping to end hunger.You can find more information about this podcast and about Healing Springs Acres at the links below:WebsiteFacebookTwittermusic by: Tom Kemnerartwork by: Wesley Nifongproduced by: Don DurhamSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/HealingSpringsAcres)
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