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Civil Eats TV: Women Brewing Change at Sequoia Sake

Olivia Kamei Myrick crafting sake at Sequoia Sake in San Francisco.

Of the three female craft sake brewers in the U.S., two make up the mother-daughter team at Sequoia Sake in San Francisco. Working with California rice farmers, they’re bringing the nearly 2,000-year-old national drink of Japan to more Americans.

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Civil Eats TV: Let Them Bee

Caroline Yelle holds a frame from her beehives while searching for a healthy queen bee.

‘To save ourselves, we have to save the bees’: Caroline Yelle is breeding queen honey bees to survive the changing climate and multiple other threats.

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Civil Eats TV: Women in Wool

Lora Kinkaid holding a sheep before shearing.

We profile women working the land, with animals, and with wool to create a local fiber shed: ‘If you care about where your food comes, you should care about where your fiber comes from.’

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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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