“Graham Christensen comes from a long line of Midwestern farmers. Now, he’s setting his sights on improving the landscape for the next generation.”
This Grist interview summary does a wonderful job of breaking down the conversation around the lurking dangers of the industrial food production system and points to a more unified, regenerative future for our rural and urban communities.
This “Quest for Fire” podcast interview with GC Resolve’s Graham Christensen gets into all things concerning ag; from socio-economic pressures to racism, to poor policymaking and the environment. There were no boundaries in this conversation.Don’t miss this important podcast and tune into other conversations happening Romu Media LLC.
Local wholesale food distributor Lone Tree Foods was recently awarded a contract to package local produce and dairy products for nonprofits and food banks during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this interview with Suzi Weismann KPFK 90.7FM, Rob Wallace, evolutionary epidemiologist, Graham Christensen, 5th generation family farmer and founder of GC Resolve, and Meleiza Figueroa, geographer and eco-researcher/activist come together to discuss how they’re working on ways communities can create mutual aid efforts — in the absence of government response – that can be extended as we head into a second, more extended lockdown. All three are involved with the group, Pandemic Research for the People (PReP).
Tune in to the recording at the 17:30 mark for the PReP team discussing issues of food insecurity, the ravaging of rural America from industrial agriculture, global commodity chains, and the urban/rural connection that links us all!
We must embrace a mentality of abundance instead of buying into the myth of scarcity or “waste.” And as we organize in our communities, if we look beyond party affiliation and focus on our commonalities as human, we can work together to build a sustainable future.