Local Food

Raleigh Burleigh

Eden Vardy and Cooper Means of The Farm Collaborative, formerly Aspen TREE, join Jill Rubin on Let's Talk to share about local initiatives to improve agriculture and sustainable food systems.

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Jill Rubin hosts another Let's Talk. This month's guests are Justina and Ted Potter of Potter Farms who have been farming and ranching in the Roaring Fork Valley for over 19 years.

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Sara Tymczyszyn is the Carbondale Farmers Market's new market manager. She spoke with KDNK's Raleigh Burleigh about her connections to local food.

The Community Food Forest Handbook

This month's guest for Living Permaculture is Catherine Bukowski, co-author of The Community Food Forest Handbook.

Susan Brady

Susan Brady is the founder of the 2Forks Club, a non-profit lending club making 0% interest loans to local food enterprises in the area. She talks about how her spiritual development inspires her as an elder to keep discovering the deeper contribution she can make with her life.

Mana Foods

Local farmers recently gathered at Mana Foods, Carbondale’s new health food store and, in many ways, the latest iteration of the Carbondale Food Co-Op, most recently called the Dandelion Market. KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh has more…

Lou Bopp

 

How We Grow, a feature documentary about young farmers in the Roaring Fork Valley, has won a Redford Center Grant and will be submitted to the Sundance Film Festival. KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh spoke with Tom Zuccareno, co-producer, director and cinematographer, to learn about the final push for post-production funding. The kickstarter and tickets to the Batch party on September 6 can be accessed here.

Dandelion Market

The Dandelion Market, Carbondale's community food co-op, has officially reopened at its new location next to Rhumba Girl Liquors along Highway 133. KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh spoke with the new store manager Terri Anzini about some of the changes. The new hours are 10 to 6 Monday through Saturday.