Monthly Archives: April 2010

Edible Radio’s Kate Manchester talks to Gary Nabhan about the decline of apple varieties in America. “Of the 15,000 to 16,000 apples varieties that have been named, grown and eaten on the North American continent, only about 3,000 remain accessible … Continue reading

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Coming soon to a bookstore near you, Edible, a celebration of America’s local food heroes and traditions. Our new book profiles local food artisans who are making a difference and features seasonal recipes that incorporate the very best local foods … Continue reading

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Fred Kirschenmann at the Edible Institute, Santa Fe, NM 2010 (photo David Vogel) Edible Radio’s Kate Manchester talks with Fred about his role at the Leopold Center, and how farms are no longer defined by size, either by acres or … Continue reading

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