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?

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Does the World Face Another Food Crisis?

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