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Civil Eats TV: Planting with Purpose at Urban Tilth

Doria Robinson in the fields at Urban Tilth's North Richmond Farm

How Doria Robinson, the force behind the community-focused urban farm, transformed a ‘food desert’ into verdant farms, gardens, and open spaces in Richmond, California.

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Civil Eats TV: Cacao Is a Food of the People

The founders of Cru Chocolate use their connection to Central American cooperatives to highlight cacao’s migration story while making chocolate in their home kitchen.

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Civil Eats TV: Duskie Estes Is Gleaning with Meaning

The celebrity chef has come full circle as a food access advocate in her new role at Farm to Pantry, gleaning food and feeding the hungry in her community.

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Civil Eats TV: Liquid Gold on Tribal Land

With its Séka Hills olive oil, the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation is reclaiming its ancestral land with a crop for the future.

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Civil Eats TV: Cultivating Sacred Grains for the Bread of Life

How an agricultural chaplain is seeking to revive the ancient tradition of grain cultivation and heirloom wheat for churches and communities.

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Civil Eats TV: Meet the Queen of Vegan Cheese

Miyoko Schinner is building on her 30-year career of vegan cooking and entrepreneurship to bring dairy-free cheese and butter to the masses.

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Civil Eats TV: Regenerative Ranching in a Pandemic

Loren Poncia of Stemple Creek Ranch explains the opportunities and challenges raising livestock with regenerative practices during COVID-19.

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Gardening is Important, But Seed Saving is Crucial

Experts say saving seeds is an important piece of the food sovereignty puzzle. Plus: Video tips to ensure next year’s crop.

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