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Follow host Theresa Marquez as she exposes the realities of our broken food system and explores solutions put forward by our country's brightest changemakers.

Rootstock Radio celebrates the changemakers who are working to restore and revitalize our broken food and farming system. We balance the doom-and-gloom with real-life solutions for a sustainable future.

Apr 22, 2016

In 2004, Organic Valley's Mission Executive Theresa Marquez had an idea: Earth Day deserved a meal. Enter Earth Dinner an Earth Day tradition that revolves around local, sustainable and organic food, paired with a meaningful discussion about our impact on the environment. Join Theresa as she discusses Earth Dinner's...


Apr 18, 2016

REAP Food Group is a food and farming advocacy group and was instrumental in bringing Farm to School to Madison, WI. REAP Food Group executive director Miriam Grunes speaks with us about Farm to School as well as growing strong communities through food. (Rebroadcast)


Apr 11, 2016

Professor and chair of the department of agronomy at the University of Wisconsin, Bill Tracy leads the largest public-sector sweet corn breeding program in the world. In this episode, he discusses traditional seed breeding techniques and how they are very different from genetic engineering. (Rebroadcast)


Apr 4, 2016

The Portland (OR) Fruit Tree Project cares for urban fruit trees, then shares the harvest with community members who need it the most. Enjoy this interview with founder and executive director, Katy Kolker. (Rebroadcast)