In this episode, we're joined by Panteleon from Maseualkualli Farms, a small fossil-free farm in northeast Kansas. We discuss the importance of relearning to farm without petrochemicals and petrofuels, building community, and the Florentine Codex-- a text that outlines traditional indigenous land stewardship as recorded by the Spanish upon their arrival.
We also chat about food apartheid and the concept of food as a public work.
Check out their farm at: https://www.masefarm.org/
and on social media at @Maseualkuallifarms
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