The making of a documentary film to honor women’s role in agriculture throughout history with historian Dr Rose Hayden-Smith and researcher Greta Hardin.
Rose Hayden-Smith, PhD, is a UC academic and author, whose work focuses on food systems, history and social technologies, she currently curates UC's Food Observe. writing as the UC Food Observer. Hayden-Smith has worked as a 4-H youth, family and community development and Master Gardener advisor. She also led UC ANR’s sustainable food systems initiative. A trained U.S. historian, her research focuses on food policy, and the role of gardens in community food security. She holds a BA in English, an MA Ed, and an MA and PhD in U.S. History, all from UC Santa Barbara. She is a former W.K. Kellogg Foundation food and society policy fellow.
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A history buff on the side, and a science geek for life – Greta Hardin has degrees in Biology and Education. She’s taught AP Chemistry, led Elementary School Art-Programs and written a cookbook for beginners at the Farmers Market. She’s currently delving into her family’s forestry business, and slowly working towards a cookbook on Farmers Market proteins (beef heart Sauce Bolognese?). Such wide ranging interest and a passion for research and writing mean a chance to dig into the past and present roles of Women in growing, harvesting and producing our food is about as exciting as it gets.
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Thank you to Joe Mulkern for writing and performing our theme and show song.
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