Monday, August 1, 2011

WHY? needs your questions in advance for our next show: "Food and Sustainability" with guest Jay Basquiat



How much thought have you given to the idea of food? Why do we eat some things and not others, even though they are all edible? And, what exactly does it mean to be natural? These questions are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the philosophy of food and sustainability: What are the moral rules for manufacturing food, for farming, and for our agricultural priorities? Why does food play such important cultural and spiritual roles in virtually every society? What responsibilities do we have to provide food for other and to provide specific kinds of food for ourselves?  And, to what extend is the creation of food – farming, baking, manufacturing, etc. – cultures in and of themselves and how do those cultures effect the larger ones we live in?

Our August show will deal with these and many more vexing questions, but we will be prerecording it, so we need your questions in advance.

Please write us or call us with your questions by August 5th at 4 p.m.


Our new 24-hour question line: 701-428-1510.

Our guest, Jay Basquiat,is an Assistant Professor at Bismarck State College and sustainably farms near Mandan, ND. He operates a Community Supported Agriculture venture called Baskets of Plenty and serves on the board of the ND Humanities Council.

“Food and Sustainability” will be broadcast August 14, at 5 p.m. central, on Prairie Public radio and via our website at www.whyradioshow.org.



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