Tom Hilton speaks with Sandra Siepak about Project Understanding.
Mary Maranville speaks with Sandra Siepak about Student’s for Eco-Education & Agriculture (SeeAg), which is a non-profit organization that educates students about the farm origins of their food, “From field to table,” while cultivating visceral connections to the surrounding farmland
FOOD Share is dedicated to feeding, nourishing and educating the hungry of Ventura County, educating the community on those who are hungry and why, and advocating a reduction of the root causes of hunger.
Jill Santos speaks with Sandra Siepak about Food Forward.
Katharine Raley speaks with Monique Nowlin about the Ventura County Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
Mary Maranville, Founder and E.D. of SEEAG.org, speaks with Our Ventura TV host, Marlyss Auster, about the group’s mission to educate children about the farm sources of their food from field-to-table while connecting them to the farmland in their own
Cheryl Carrington discusses healthy eating and the diet industry with Our Ventura TV host, Felipe Correa.
President/Chief Executive Officer of FOOD Share, Bonnie Weigel, speaks with Our Ventura TV host, Sandra Siepak, about the organization’s work towards feeding the hungry in Ventura County.
Bonnie Weigel presents a public service announcement about FOOD Share, Ventura County’s food bank.
Ron Whitehurst discusses California Proposition 37, which is “The California Right to Know Genetically Engineered Food Act.” Here is a summary of this proposition: