Natural Law - Federal Law


A Closer Look at Organic Practices and Organic Standards


Stacy Carlsen, Agricultural Commissioner Marin County, California

Brian R. Leahy, Assistant Director, Division of Land Resource Protection, CA Department of Conservation

Healing Stories


Iraq War Veterans Working On Organic Farms


Michael O’Gorman, Executive Director, Farmer-Veteran Coalition.

Gone Fishing…Fishing Gone?


Sustainable seafood choices from shell to plate.


Kenny Belov, Owner, Fish. Restaurant in Sausilito, CA; Founder of Truly Sustainable Choices Seafood List, and No Farmed Salmon Pledge awareness campaign for restaurants.

Dan McGovern, Seafood expert; Founder of Sustainable Food News

Kevin Lunny, Owner and Founder of Drake's Bay Family Foods; including Lunny Ranch and Drake's Bay Oyster Company.

They are what they eat


Local and National Efforts to Increase the Quality of School Lunches for Kids


Gail Feenstra, Food Systems Analyst, UC Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education Program & UC Davis Agricultural Sustainability Institute

Debra Eschmeyer, Marketing and Media Director, National Farm to School Network.

Miguel Villarreal, Director, Food and Nutritional Services, Novato Unified School District, District Wellness Coordinator, Public Policy & Legislative Chair, CSNA.

Scott Davidson, Marin Organic School Lunch & Gleaning Program Manager

The Future of Food



Jesse Cool, chef and owner of Flea St. Cafe, Menlo Park, The Cool Cafe, Stanford University Cantor Arts Center, Cooleatz Catering, and opening late June - The Cool Cafe at Menlo Business Park.

David Escobar, Director and Tribal Advocate of Three Nations Indian Circle for the Lenca-Poton and Nahuat communities of Guatajiagua and Maquilizhuat of Central America.

Warren Weber, owner of Star Route Farms in Bolinas, Marin County, the oldest continuously certified organic farm in California.


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