FOOD FORWARD has begun to air its new season on PBS.
The 13 part series employed several Bay Area post production professionals for editorial, animation, sound mix, online conforming, and I was in on the color finish.
The first two episodes about sustainable fishing and meat production can be found online at the link provided above.
This week episode three about SEEDS explores the controversy of genetic modification and highlights a public library’s role in distribution and preservation of poly-cultural seed variety.
Future episodes explore food harvested in the wild from mushrooms to roadkill, creative water management by farmers in drought times, modern dairy practices including raw milk and artisanal cheese and ice cream making, and cooking insects as a protein source for the planet’s human masses.
KQED broadcasts Thursday evenings at 11PM.
Consult your local listings.