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  • 01:00

    Farmageddon, The Movie

    in Health

    Americans’ right to access fresh, healthy foods of their choice is under attack. Farmageddon tells the story of small, family farms that were providing safe, healthy foods to their communities and were forced to stop, sometimes through violent action, by agents of misguided government bureaucracies, and seeks to figure out why.  Why is the FDA raiding small farms with SWAT-type raids? Farmageddon documents the U.S. government’s constant attacks on innocent farmers and consumers in an attempt to protect massive corporate interests.
    Food Integrity Now talks with Liz Reitzig and Sally Fallon about the film which was released last week in Washington D.C. and this week in Los Angeles. 
    Liz Reitzig is the President of the Maryland Independent Consumers and Farmers Association and Secretary of the National Independent Consumers and Farmers Association <http://www.nicfa.com> Both organizations lobby for farmers rights and for access to real foods. Reitzig is featured in the movie and actively supports local farmers.
    Sally Fallon is a journalist, chef, nutrition researcher, homemaker, and community activist. She is on the Board of Directors of The Westin A Price Foundation and is the author of Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats.  Fallon is also featured in the movie.

  • 00:32

    Farmageddon Fest: James Hunnicutt

    in Music

    I believe that the most powerful & universal languages in humanity are love & music...
    I do what I do because I love it. My love for life & music empowers me & I have learned that what I do empowers others from time to time as well & this realization is invaluable in my opinion... It brings an inner wealth along with it that $ & material possessions can't even come close to comparing with...

  • 00:46

    Farmageddon with Kristin Canty

    in Nutrition

    Kristin Canty, director of the documentary Farmageddon, stops by UW Radio to discuss how our access to safe, healthy food is at risk. Topics will include the urgency of food freedom, the dangers of the industrial food chain, and what we can do to help the dwindling number of small family farms struggling to survive. Watch the movie trailer at farmageddonmovie.com. Hosted by Sean Croxton of Underground Wellness.

  • 00:30

    Farmageddon Fest - Scott H. Biram

    in Music

    Today 7-21-13 oh MHH Radion@ 5:30 we will have Scott H. Biram on as our guest.

  • 00:30

    Farmageddon Fest: Braxton Brandenburg of Ugly Valley Boys

    in Music

    Coming out of the ugly valley of Salt Lake City, Ugly Valley Boys bring you a steady beat of American Roots music, with a unique mixture of Rockabilly, Hillbilly Blues, Punk Rock and Americana, Ugly Valley Boys are here to keep you partying all night!!

  • 00:32

    Farmageddon Fest: Gary Lindsey of Black Eyed Vermillion

    in Music

    Spawned in the wasteland better known as Austin, TX, Black Eyed Vermillion seems to have been on the music scene in since the dark ages, the music is that timeless. Gary Lindsey, while still the frontman of such menacing bands as "AssJack", is now offering us his softer, more hugable side with "Black Eyed Vermillion" . His latest album, "Hymns for Heretics", fuses Gary Lindsey's haunting growls with soulful strings to create a record brimming with musical masterpieces. Black Eyed Vermillion wants to thank you for having such good taste in music!

  • 00:28

    Brook Blanche

    in Music

    Sunday, we will be talking to Brook Blanche of the Calamity Cubes, who has a solo album being released next weekend at Farmageddon Music Festival. We will play a couple of his new songs, talking about the new release and Farmageddon Music Fest. 

  • 00:30

    Jayke Orvis & The Broken Band Return

    in Music

    With Jayke and the band returning to Terre Haute next week, let's check in and see what they have in store for us. 
     http://www.reverbnation.com/jaykeorvis http://www.broken-band.com/

  • 01:01

    Pantry Paratus Radio

    in Blogs

    You cannot legally sell a mattress without a label on it, and yet the legalities surrounding food seem to be so onerous towards the little guy and in some strange subsidized and skewed alternate reality are lenient for the big Ag machine.  Do not despair, we still have good guys on our side and Pete Kennedy, President of the Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund is a modern day super hero.  If you read our blog, you probably have heard of the early morning SWAT team style raids on the Amish Dairy farmer.  In light of that, the best place to start with an introduction of our guest Mr. Pete Kennedy, Esq. is to paraphrase our friend Paul Wheaton, “I used to think that superheroes wore capes, but I guess that in the modern day these defender's of justice trade in their capes for a brief case and defend the little guy against the big machine in court.”  

    Sit back and contemplate on food and farm freedom with our special guest, Pete Kennedy, the President of the Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund.  If you have ever seen the movie Farmaggedon, consider these guys the legal cavalry.

  • 00:57

    Pantry Paratus

    in Food

    Pantry Paratus Sally Fallon Morell took some time to discuss the Weston A. Price Foundation, incorporating a wholesome diet economically, and even convinced Chaya to give liver pate a try. Come listen to this podcast with the author of “Nourishing Traditions” and she explains food science. We talk about: Introduction to Sally Fallon Morell, President of the Weston A. Price Foundation Mission of the WAPF and the research of Dr. Price captured in his book, Nutrition and Physical Degeneration Not popular to put out that message out in the free market of ideas currently dominated by food processors Getting back to traditional diets and fats, yes—fats! Such as: butter, coconut oil, egg yolks, cream, lard and beef tallow Why consider raw milk? Sally talks about Kristin Canty director of the (great) movie Farmageddon Upcoming conference September 15th-16th in Buffalo, NY (304) 724-3006 Upcoming National/International conference November 9th-12th in Santa Clara, CA

  • 00:30

    The Renegade Farmer Interviews Kristin Canty/Farmageddon

    in Environment

    The Renegade Farmer is proud to interview filmmaker Kristin Canty, whose documentary, Farmageddon, takes a deeper look the American government's ill treatment of small farmers.
    From the author: Armed police point guns at watermelons and USDA officials incinerate healthy sheep in this powerfully empathetic new documentary about ongoing problems with our nation’s food supply.  If previous food films revealed how standard practices of massive agro-businesses maximize profits while minimizing consumer safety, Farmageddon shows, for the first time, how the U.S. government actively colludes with these businesses to keep our food unsafe.

    Beginning with one mom’s story of a sick child cured by raw milk that’s banned by the FDA, and criss-crossing the country to capture the tragic tales of family farms that were raided by the government for distributing real food, Farmageddon exposes the covert war on American farmers and co-ops that supply fresh, unprocessed foods to consumers concerned about personal, ecological and economic health.  These heartbreaking stories will enrage anyone who believes in freedom in America, and expose the hypocrisy of ideologues who only advocate open markets when their campaign contributors stand to benefit.    
    Join us for this eye-opening interview!

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