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PART I: Catherine Bukowski, Community Food Forest Handbook
Catherine Bukowski is a researcher, author, educator and consultant. She is also a PhD candidate in the College of Natural Resources and the Environment at Virginia Tech, where her research has focused on the design and management of community food forests across the United States. She holds a graduate certificate in Collaborative Community Leadership and her research particularly focused on the social dimensions of community food forests by applying the Community Capitals Framework to her data analysis. Catherine has worked internationally and domestically in sustainable land use and natural resource management, agroforestry, permaculture and project planning to strengthen communities. She previously co-coordinated a forest farming virtual community for the online Cooperative Extension network and now sits on the Board of Directors for the Association of Temperate Agroforestry. In response to the gap in literature on urban food forestry, Catherine and her advisor have translated her dissertation research into the book: The Community Food Forest Handbook: How to Plan, Organize, and Nurture Edible Gathering Places. More information on community food forests and ordering of the book is available on Catherine’s website: www.communityfoodforests.com/handbook

PART II: Rachel Borkowski, Animal Connection
Rachel is the founder of Animal Connection. Ever since Rachel got a leaflet from Mercy for Animals of a bloody baby pig, she knew she had to be vegan. She couldn’t fathom this type of violence happening to billions of innocent animals. Rachel started her career in NYC but felt unfulfilled without any connection to nature or animals. She decided to work on a goat dairy farm in Israel until one day saw one of the farmers kicking a sheep. The platform she used wouldn’t let her write a review, so she set out make a platform that ensures safety for all living beings. Over the years Rachel used many forms of activism to compel people to stop the contribution to abuse of animals, health deterioration and environmental destruction. She found the best method is through compassion, understanding and love. During her free time she enjoys singing, concerts, cuddling with her dog, making people laugh, and anything to do with vegan food. Her dream is to empty every cage and for everyone to be happy and free.

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Eric L. Adams, Promoting Plant Foods
Eric Leroy Adams is the Borough President of Brooklyn, New York City. Previously, he was a Democratic State Senator in the New York Senate, representing the 20th Senate District, which includes the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Brownsville, Crown Heights, Flatbush, Park Slope, Prospect Heights, and Sunset Park. He reversed his diabetes with a plant-based, vegan diet and now makes promoting plant-based nutrition a priority.

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Tobias Leenaert, Vegan Strategist
Tobias Leenaert is a longtime speaker, trainer, strategist, and the co-founder of the Belgian organization EVA (Ethical Vegetarian Alternative), the first vegetarian/vegan organization to receive structural funding from a national government. Under Tobias’ management, EVA launched a successful campaign that resulted with the city of Ghent becoming the first city ever to officially support a weekly vegetarian day. Tobias gives animal advocacy trainings worldwide together with Melanie Joy, for the Center of Effective Vegan Advocacy (CEVA). He is also co-founder of ProVeg, an international pro-vegan organization with the mission to reduce the global consumption of animals by fifty percent by the year 2040. Tobias lives in Ghent, Belgium, with his partner, two dogs, and six cats. Tobias blogs at www.veganstrategist.org.

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Gary De Mattei, From Poop to Guts!
Gary De Mattei, co-founder of Responsible Eating And Living joins Caryn Hartglass for another It’s All About Food episode. They talk about cereal grains and pseudo grains, the differences between the two and what to look out for; the Chinese mid-Autumn Festival, fecal transplants and gut health.

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Caryn Hartglass, Eat Beans and Breathe!
In today’s episode Caryn covers the importance of eating legumes at every meal, based on the World Cancer Research Fund/American Institute for Cancer Research findings published in the Food, Nutrition, Physical Activity, and the Prevention of Cancer: a Global Perspective. She discusses the misleading results from the PURE study published on 9/11/2018 in the Lancet. Last but not least, she talks about fear and stress and how they can shut down the immune system and lead to poor health.

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Caryn Hartglass, Sustainable Development Goals, Child Poverty, Cultured Meat, Kabocha Squash
In this show Caryn highlights some of the food-related chapters in the new Spotlight on Sustainable Developmentreport and discusses a new report on Child Poverty. She revels in the Kabocha squash and the dishes you can make with it.

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Caryn & Gary, A View From the Bridge
REAL Co-founders, Caryn Hartglass and Gary De Mattei give their thoughts on a variety of food-related subjects, including juicing, fad diets, buffets and the New York premier of The End of Meat.

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Caryn Hartglass, Party Foods, Vegetarian Bears, Celery and Ginger Sodas, Soy and Bones, Land Use Requirements of the Standard American Diet (SAD).
In this episode Caryn talks about a variety of dishes to make or bring to a party or special event. Recipes for a few of the dishes can be found at ResponsibleEatingAndLiving.com. She also covers stories in the news about vegetarian bears, the benefits of soy for building bones, and the need for much more land to support the growing population increasingly eating more animals foods.

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Caryn Hartglass, FDA, Organic Foods, Cool Summer Drinks, Zucchini
In this episode Caryn reviews a recent article in the Wall Street Journal entitled The Organic Industry Is Lying to You and why blaming the organic industry is flawed and where it is wrong. She also talks about great cool drinks for summer that are free of refined sugar or added sweeteners and what to do with all that zucchini growing in the garde

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Caryn Hartglass, Into the Foods
In this episode Caryn goes “into the foods” reviewing the ingredients of popular snack foods, highlighting what to look out for. She discusses the foods she’s been preparing while on the road as Musical Director of a production of Into the Woods, including the healthy snack options she prefers and restaurants she’s been to this week including True Food Kitchen and Veggie Grill.

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