Wendell Berry

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Wendell Berry, poet, environmentalist, activist, and farmer, is in town to receive the Roosevelt Institute's Freedom Medal.  He discusses his life on the land and how it connects the issues that matter to him -- from the Farm Bill to climate change and coal mining.  




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Comments [4]


No discussion of 2.5 oz., "local" chocolate bars wrapped in froufrou paper or "rock star" brooklyn "butchers" wielding adolescent sexual innuendo??

Oct. 18 2013 09:51 AM

Thank you, Wendell!!

Oct. 17 2013 11:34 AM
A listener

In addition to moving produce closer to consumers, the gap that needs to be closed is the gap in understanding what to do with raw, whole foods.

In other words, people don't know how to cook.

Interesting guy, though.

Oct. 17 2013 11:28 AM
John A

I'm thankful to know of your existence, Mr. Berry. I refer readers here as well to a great appearance on Bill Moyers Journal 11 days ago.

Oct. 17 2013 10:51 AM

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