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Food Rebel: Robert Reed
Robert Reed and Recology are steering San Francisco toward a Zero Waste future.
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Food Rebel: Vandra Thorburn
Vandra can do more than compost, she can pickle your food scraps and feed microbes too.
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Food Rebel: Tim Thornhill
Tim Thornhill is making wine into water at his revolutionary vineyard, Parducci Winery.
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Food Rebel: Monica Martinez
Monica is introducing an uncommon ancient protein to the American diet: edible insects.
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Food Rebel: Betti Wiggins
Betti feeds 50,000 children in the Detroit Public Schools while supporting local farms.
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Food Rebel: Mateo Kehler
Mateo is making cheese the old school way with new school flavor.
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Food Rebel: Mark McAfee
Mark McAfee's passion for dairy has made him the largest producer of raw milk in America.
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Food Rebels: Sarah Tanner and Recipe for Success
Recipe for Success lays down nutrition facts in the classroom so kids can cook at home.
Food Rebels: Caroline Stover and FoodCorps
FoodCorps stirs up change in the cafeteria by introducing local food to students.
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Food Rebel: Josh Frye
Josh Frye is restoring depleted soils with the unlikeliest of sources: chicken poop.
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Food Rebel: John Wick
John Wick helps reverse climate change from the ground up by putting carbon back in soil.
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Food Rebel: Justine Hernandez
Justine inspires growth in the desert of Tucson, Arizona at the PIma County Seed Library.
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Food Rebels: Steve Mintz & Karl Nish, American Tuna
American Tuna is returning the fishing industry to the hands of local fishermen.
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Food Rebel: Will Harris
Will Harris is taking his farm back to pre-industrial practices. The result is delicious.
Food Rebel: Matthew Dillon
Matthew Dillon gives expert insight into how we've lost our seed diversity as a country.
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Food Rebel: Shannon Eldredge
Shannon is reviving an ancient method of fishing to keep her family's business afloat.
Food Rebel: Bob Jackson
Bob Jackson raises buffalo the way he saw them as a ranger in Yellow Stone Park.
Recipe: Stefanie Sacks' Simply Ceviche
Stefanie Sacks author of "What the Fork Are You Eating?" serves up mouth-watering ceviche!
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Food Rebel: Paul Greenberg
Paul Greenberg is an acclaimed author and expert on all things seafood.
Food Rebel: Sean Barrett
Sean Barrett is a fisherman working hard to bring new meaning to "catch of the day."
Recipe: Pasta with Fish Head Sauce
Paul Greenberg gives us his favorite recipe by notable chef, Marcella Hazan.
Food Rebel: Anya Fernald
Anya Fernald is the CEO of Belcampo Meat Co. Her revolutionary idea? Pay for quality.
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Preview this new series about people transforming the way we eat in America.
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Promo: Food Forward
Take a peak at this new half-hour, character-driven look at urban farming across the U.S.
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