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On this episode of the Sustainable Dish Podcast, we talk activism and oyster farming with Tamar Haspel, author of Unearthed.
- Unearthed monthly column in The Washington Post
- Writer and oyster farmer
- Barnstable Oyster
- Issues consumers are concerned about
- 10 Things We Should Do To Fix Our Broken Food System
- At the end of the day we all vote with our wallets
- The importance of talking to people you disagree with
- Disconnect between food activists and people who grow our food
- Oyster farming on Cape Cod
- Barriers of entry to get into oyster farming in Mass
- Intertidal & subtidal zones
- Days are governed by the tide
- Main job is to keep water flowing around them, and protection from predators
- Oyster growth cycle
- What to look for when buying oysters
- Oyster diseases
- Advice to young oyster farmers
- Tamar's blog- Starving Off the Land
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