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Chef Ann Gentry: Real Food

Chef Ann Gentry: Real Food

The influential vegan chef talks with us about her background, the origins of her landmark restaurant Real Food Daily and her flexible take on conscious eating.

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Joan Dye Gussow: Matriarch of Sustainability

The matriarch of sustainability talks to us about her classic book The Feeding Web and the beginnings of the “eat locally” movement and knowing your farmers. She also discusses school lunches, her views on current trends, and the center of her life—her garden.

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Sevenly: Wearable and Charitable

Dale Partridge and his partner founded a T-shirt company as a charitable vehicle, and to date Sevenly has donated more than $3 million to charities—a new one every week!

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Stewards of the Land: New Model for Local Agriculture

Marty Travis and his wife, Kris, founded a food hub with their own and neighboring farms and soon began supplying top Chicago chefs, like Rick Bayless. Today, they are sharing this successful model with the rest of the country.

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FoodCorps: Bringing Healthy Food to Kids

Find out how one passionate group taught over 67,000 children about eating nutritiously, served up 46,000 pounds of fresh, local produce in school cafeterias, and much, much more.

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Clare Barboza: Focus on the Farm

Take an inspiring trip to the farm through the eyes of photographer Clare Barboza. We couldn’t resist her evocative bucolic images, including this issue’s cover shot. There’s lots to enjoy. It’s hard to pick a favorite. Ours is a tie between the pigs and the goats.

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Chef Rick Moonen: Mastering Sustainable Seafood

Top Chef Master Rick Moonen is a talented culinary artist and a character with great character. The champion of sustainable seafood talks with us about how he got “pushed into” becoming an outspoken environmentalist.

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