Food Rebel: Josh Frye
Josh Frye is restoring depleted soils with the unlikeliest of sources: chicken poop.
Food Rebel: Mateo Kehler
Mateo is making cheese the old school way with new school flavor.
Food Rebel: Mark McAfee
Mark McAfee's passion for dairy has made him the largest producer of raw milk in America.
Food Rebels: Caroline Stover and FoodCorps
FoodCorps stirs up change in the cafeteria by introducing local food to students.
Food Rebel: Betti Wiggins
Betti feeds 50,000 children in the Detroit Public Schools while supporting local farms.
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