I recently wrote about an eggplant recipe my son and his wife created for our Christmas dinner. What I didn’t mention in that post was that my son is passionate about in the local food movement and has his own blog, called From the Ground Up North, to spotlight local food undertakings in the upper Midwest.
You can read his blog by simply clicking on this link. He also recently was a guest on an Internet radio outlet that calls itself Food Freedom Radio. You can listen to his interview about food and the differences between regenerative and sustainable agriculture by clicking this link to the podcast version fo the show.
If you listen long enough, you’ll hear me calling in with a question. I lost the line and had to call in again, which is why at one point they’re talking to me and I’m not responding.
It’s been amazing for me to see all the changes sweeping over the U.S. food industry in recent years, much of it brought on by people, especially Millennials like my son, searching for healthier ways to eat. My son’s blog, which has as it’s mission:
“CULTIVATING AWARENESS OF HEALTHY FOOD, HEALTHY ENVIRONMENTS AND HEALTHY COMMUNITIES THROUGH STORY TELLING, ADVOCACY AND RESOURCE SHARING,”
is part of that movement. Good for him