Farmerama Episode 6

Farmerama: Who Feeds Us? #6: Looking Back and Moving Forward

Listen to another great episode of Farmera with a small section featuring Bushwood Bees.

The below is from the Farmerama Blog Page – All rights copyright Farmerama
https://farmerama.co/episode/who-feeds-us-6-looking-back-and-moving-forward/

It is clearer than ever: Food is not just a question of calories. Food is nourishment for the body and soul. Food is about community, culture and our relationship with each other and with the Earth. We are all part of the food system.

The journey ahead – towards a truly resilient, humane and nourishing food system, a food system rooted in abundance – that journey is complicated, and it will most likely be bumpy. But this series is an invitation to embrace that complexity, to dive into it, to seek out and connect with those who feed us.

After all – food doesn’t come from shelves. Food comes from the soil, the sea – and the hands of people. This is who feeds us.

This episode of Who Feeds Us? was produced by Abby Rose, Jo Barratt and Katie Revell. It also included interviews and editing by Suzie McCarthy and Lovejit Dhaliwal.

Thank you to everyone we heard from: Salma and Khalil AttanMuhsen HassaninJane ScotterSkye GyngellAngus Buchanan-SmithDee WoodsUrsula Myrie, Dr Lisa PalmerDean WrightAbigail HolsboroughRosy BensonLynda McFarlane and Andre Reid.

We’d like to thank all of the community collaborators who’ve worked with us on this series: Dhelia SnoussiAndre ReidZain DadaCathy St GermansCol Gordon and Fern Towers.

The project Manager for Who Feeds Us? is Olivia Oldham. Our artwork is by Hannah Grace, and the original music for the series is by Michael O’Neill.

Our Patreon supporters help make Farmerama possible. We’re very grateful to them, and even the smallest contribution makes a big difference to us. If you’d like to become a supporter, visit patreon.com/Farmerama

Who Feeds Us? is possible thanks to the Farming the Future COVID Response Fund. We’re very grateful to the A Team Foundation, the Roddick FoundationThirty Percy and the Samworth Foundation for providing the funds to make this project happen. Many thanks also to Farming the Future Advisor Dee Woods for her guidance in bringing the team together.

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