This episode we interview two guests working for food justice. Ruhel Islam and Claire Baglien work together on the Gandhi Mahal Interfaith Garden. We discuss the ability of food to bring people together, the challenges of urban gardening, the idea of a caste system in food and the practice of regenerative agriculture.
Some links mentioned in the podcast
MN Interfaith Power and Light <mnipl.org>
Gandhi Mahal Restaurant <gandhimahal.com>
Interfaith Garden project < bit.ly/2lkDGRg >
Regenerative Agriculture < bit.ly/2lkNwCF >
Our Guests’ inspirational text
Wherever You Go, There You Are < bit.ly/2lkLL8g >
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