Miriam Volat, Permaculture Skills Center’s Farm School director, speaks to her work as a facilitator, educator, and healthy food system advocate. Miriam shares with listeners her perspectives on the future of community food production and the creation of small businesses to support this movement.
Miriam Volat works personally and professionally to promote health in all systems. She directed and taught a hands-on BA and MA program in Ecological Agriculture at New College of California for 6-years and on the Advisory Team for the California Farm Academy. She has worked professionally as a small farmer instructor, facilitator, researcher, small farm advocate and community organizer to increase broad-based community resiliency. Her work has focused on... Read more.
Tags: community food, Local Food Shift, permaculture
Traditional Belgian beer like Lambic and Geuze needs up to three years to mature. Yes, that is a long time, but there is a good reason for slowing down a bit: taking good care of farmers, nature, a brewing tradition, preservation and development of cereal diversity, and a very special taste.
September 21, 2023