Care about Food? Listen Up.

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TED Talks are all the rage these days. Covering a wide range of subjects, there’s something for everyone. It’s incredible how inspirational people can be in 15 minutes. If you haven’t listened to a TED talk yet, we’re bringing you five of the TED talks that stuck with us.

Surprise, surprise, they’re all about food.

Birke Baehr: What’s Wrong with Our Food System

This one brought tears to our eyes and hope to our hearts. He’s 11, y’all. This TED talk will definitely make your friday.

Dan Barber: How I Fell in Love with a Fish

Have a strong opinion about farmed fish and seafood in general? Us too. Watch this fantastic talk from chef Dan Barber.

Anna Lappe: Marketing Food to Children

We had the privilege to meet Anna when she was recently in Austin, and this woman lives and breathes food activism. Listen to her take on what the billion dollar food industry is doing to our countries children and teens.

Ron Finley: A Guerilla Gardener in South Central LA

It’s hard to talk about food without talking about access and security. This is another inspirational talk that will have you tearing up your front yard to plant a garden.

Mark Bittman: What’s Wrong with What We Eat

This man is a leader in the food community, and this is apparent in the fact that he gave this talk in 2007. He knows his stuff, and is honest about what we need to do as a country to make a change. Eat less meat.

Stephen Ritz: Growing our Way into a New Economy

Stephen is a South Bronx teacher/administrator growing over 25,000 of vegetables in the bronx while generating extraordinary academic performance. “It’s easier to raise healthy children than to fix broken men!”

Written by cscdavis

June 21, 2013 at 9:00 am

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  1. Great list, thanks!


    June 23, 2013 at 11:11 pm

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