Pollinators in our food system

I was recently interviewed on Delicious Revolution, a radio show and podcast about food, culture and place.  It’s a show of in-depth interviews with people involved in food and food movements.
My episode is part of a season that dives deep into unseen stories in the food system. There  are stories of seaweed foragers, restaurant worker advocates, scientists who track our native bees, and cooks using food to explore lineages of migration and change.   I talk about native bees in our food system- how these tiny actors (who often go unnoticed) are critically important to agricultural production.
You can hear it by subscribing to the podcast or you can listen right on the website: http://deliciousrevolutionshow.com/news/2016/23-hillary-sardinas
Enjoy!
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