Videos tagged as 'food diversity'

Climate Change, Food Security, and Food Diversity

Full lecture of Gary Paul Nabhan on April 19, 2011 during his visit to Northeast Ohio. He talks about the need for preserving and restoring food diversity to build more resilient local food systems. The lecture includes the perspectives of pepper farmers as they adapt to increasingly challenging climate events, as featured in his recently released book: Chasing Chiles: Hot Spots Along the Pepper Trail. Learn more about Gary and his work at:

Food Diversity

Interview with Gary Paul Nabhan at the George Jones Farm in Oberlin on April 17, 2011. Gary talks about Great Lakes and Appalachian Food Traditions. Ohio was the center of apple diversity, due in part to Johnny Appleseed. Appalachia has more diversity of fruits, vegetables, and grains than the rest of North America combined. Filmed by LESS Productions and edited by Brad Masi. For more information on Gary Paul Nabhan, see