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- Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition 4
- University of Idaho Extension 4
- FFA 2
- Rural Roots 2
- Washington State University 2 15 more
We discussed food traditions and how things have changed since he was a kid.
Talking about the changes in indigenous food systems, diets, and their effect on health.
Mark and A G had a wide ranging conversation about the history of Orange County agriculture: past, present and future, including some of their experiences as lifelong regional farmers
Brad Doorn’s, Water Resources and Agriculture Applied Science Program NASA, work includes forecasting the global food supply, including warnings and predictions about possible problems that might arise due to water supply shortages which can inform global market prices. While the...
This was a quick story about my father side of the family. We talk mostly about their history of farming.
Today we sat down and talk with a founding member of the Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition to discuss the ideas behind its creation and its mission.
I talk to my grandfather about what life was like living and working on a farm in the 1960s.
In this interview my dad talks about farming from his childhood. He was born in Andhra Pradesh, India and farmed with his family in the early part of his life. He talks how different agriculture was back then and how...
Cinda Williams, retired University of Idaho Extension Educator, talks about the rise of sustainable agriculture and small farm programs at the University of Idaho.
Rural Roots, Inc. has had a wide and diverse impact on small farms and local food systems on the Palouse and in the Inland Northwest. Community-based and farmer-grown, this nonprofit organization has played a significant role in changing the local...
My father and I discuss how foods eaten at Thanksgiving has changed since he was a kid and where those foods came from.
In this interview, Bob Edwards discussed his memories from FFA and agricultural education. Bob was an FFA member from 1944 to 1948 in the Emporia FFA Chapter.
Disscussion of family history with a focus on agriculture and Thanksgiving, leading into a discussion of current traditions and my family’s relationship to agriculture.
Grandaddy talks about gardening, Thanksgiving, and wonders around different topics.
Within this interview, my grandfather and I talked about his life growing up and connection to agriculture, especially tobacco.
An interview with my parents, Scot and Gina Brown, about Thanksgiving and their involvement with agriculture.
Nick Best talked with me about agriculture and surrounding topics with me for this interview.
We talked about her family history with agriculture and how her major ties into food science
In my interview I ask my grandpa many questions about his life. Some of the questions I asked him included his life growing up,how him and grandma met, about my dad and how he was as a child. We also...
I interviewed my grandparents Hicks and Kathryn Pollard. We discussed farming and gardening in the years my grandparents were growing up, and how it has changed over time. We also discussed what practices/techniques my grandparents still use, and how agriculture...
Kem Trice tells about growing up in Tennessee. Being the first woman certified to teach vocational agriculture in Tennessee . Living during the segregation and integration of African Americans and the Vietnam War. The Challenger flight and it’s impact on...
For this interview I asked my aunt about her feelings on climate change, how the effects are different all around the world, and her thoughts on climate change in the future.
This interview was a discussion with my Great Grandmother, Lula Mae Routh, about Thanksgiving and life on the farm. The interview shows how both Thanksgiving and agriculture have changed over time.