Mark Winne

former Executive Director, Hartford Food System

Guest

Former Executive Director (1979-2003) of the Hartford Food System, a nonprofit in Hartford, Connecticut, that works on food and hunger issues;  author of Closing the Food Gap: Resetting the Table in the Land of Plenty and Food Rebels, Guerrilla Gardeners, and Smart-Cookin' Mamas: Fighting Back in an Age of Industrial Agriculture

Mark Winne on KCRW

In 2008, a combination of natural events and economic conditions drove food prices so high that food riots erupted in many parts of the world.

Our Unsustainable Table: Another Global Food Crisis?

In 2008, a combination of natural events and economic conditions drove food prices so high that food riots erupted in many parts of the world.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Two years ago, a combination of natural events and economic conditions drove food prices so high that food riots erupted in many parts of the world.

Does the World Face Another Food Crisis?

Two years ago, a combination of natural events and economic conditions drove food prices so high that food riots erupted in many parts of the world.

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The Great Recession has increased the number of Americans who depend on food stamps and food banks to get enough to eat. What kind of food do they get?

The Growing Problem of Hunger in a Struggling Economy

The Great Recession has increased the number of Americans who depend on food stamps and food banks to get enough to eat. What kind of food do they get?

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