The Green Man
Summary: Host Randy Shore,an award-winning editor and reporter for The Vancouver Sun, discusses food and sustainability issues.
Host Randy Shore talks with small-space agriculture evangelist Joel Salatin, whose Virginia farm blends technology and biology to produce healthy foods that nourish his customers and the land. We wonder, can farming be cool again?
Host Randy Shore announces the publication of his book 'Grow What You Eat, Eat What You Grow' and discusses his nine-month labour of love with guests Tara McDonald of Vancouver Farmers Markets and Vancouver Sun Podcast Producer Adam Foster.
Host Randy Shore interviews Mark McAfee, spokesperson for the Raw Milk Institute (RAWMI) in California, the founder and CEO of Organic Pastures Dairy. McAffee is on a speaking tour of British Columbia extolling the virtues of raw milk.
Host Randy Shore welcomes the chief scientific officer of Genome BC, Brad Popovich to talk about Brad's own experience before and after having his entire genome sequenced.
Host Randy Shore talks with physician Dr. John Sloan and pharmacy professor James McCormack about diets, food exclusions and healthy eating.
Host Randy Shore welcomes GE Free BC anti-GMO campaigner Teresa Lynne and UBC botantist Dr. Brian Ellis to talk about the pros and cons of genetic engineering of the foods we eat.
Host Randy Shore welcomes Erin Nichols of Farm Folk City Folk to talk about food waste and the Foodprint Challenge. Canadians waste $27 billion worth of food each year, but the time is coming when your rotten old food will not be allowed in the garbage can.
Host Randy Shore interviews author/farmer Michael Ableman, one of the creators of the urban agriculture movement, founder of the Centre for Urban Agriculture in California and of Vancouver's SOLEfood social enterprise farm.
Host Randy Shore breaks down the seven steps he took to lose more than 25 pounds, based on two years of research in scientific journals and countless conversations with scientists, nutritionists and health care professionals.
Host Randy Shore welcomes Village Vancouver founder Ross Moster, sustainable agriculture advocate Bonita Jo Magee and Sustenance Festival founder Brenda Racanelli of the Vancouver Park Board.
Host Randy Shore is joined by Sun personal health reporter Erin Ellis and SFU gerontologist Andrew Wister to discuss the keys to living long and living well. What can you do to extend your life? How happy will you be in old age? These answers and more.
Host Randy Shore talks craft distilling in Vancouver with Charles Tremewen of Long Table Distillery, Iain Hill of Yaletown Distilling Co. and Lisa Simpson of Liberty Distilling at Granville Island.
Should homeowners have the right to turn their backyards into chicken farms? Some agree and some, like The Green Man, are on the proverbial fence as he hosts The 2013 BACKYARD CHICKEN SUMMIT with in-studio guests Kate McMaster, Duncan Martin and Lindsay Kaisaris.
Host Randy Shore welcomes Vancouver Craft Beer Week organizer Chris Bjerrisgaard in the studio and craft beer writer Joe Wiebe, author of Craft Beer Revolution, The Insider's Guide to B.C. Breweries, joins the discussion via Skype from Victoria, B.C.
Host Randy Shore welcomes paleo nutritionist Travis Steward and St. Paul’s Hospital dietitian Sinead Feeney for a paleo diet cage match. Should you eat like a caveman? Should you eat like Alton Brown? How about eating like the Green Man, Randy Shore?