RFWH21: The Real Food Movement, Connecting Local Community, From Health Food Store to Farm To Table Restaurant, Reconnecting with Nature and the #ChangeOneThing Challenge with Guest, Kath Gallant

Episode 21

In this episode, we’re talking about building your local real food community, reconnecting with nature (and the language of plants) and how just making small changes- through our #changeonething challenge- can make a big difference in your life, with guest Kath Gallant of Blue Moon Evolution restaurant in Exeter, New Hampshire.


From this episode:
Restaurant: Blue Moon Evolution, Exeter, NH
Website: Slow Money
Book: Lost Language of Plants
The Botany of Desire
Plants Talk To Each Other with Secret Internet of Fungus
Permaculture Institute
An Open Letter to The Next Farmer-In-Chief
Change one thing in your diet or lifestyle today, and share it on social media with the hashtag #changeonething

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