New PBS Series ‘Food Forward’ Highlights Viable Alternatives to the Industrial Food System

Where does our food come from? Was it produced in a manner that was sustainable and didn’t cause harm to the environment? These are questions more and more of us seek answers to. Food Forward, a new series on PBS highlights ‘food rebels across America who are striving to create a more just, sustainable and delicious alternative to what we eat and how we produce it.’

Watch the inspirational trailer for Food Forward below.

Each episode will focus on diverse food-related themes, like school lunch reform, urban agriculture (farming in vacant lots), sustainable fishing and grass-fed beef, and the people behind those movements who are trying to make a difference in their communities.

Click here to find out when Food Forward airs in your area. It may not be available in all areas just yet.

2 comments on “New PBS Series ‘Food Forward’ Highlights Viable Alternatives to the Industrial Food System

  1. It’s the way of getting back connected to our original life source.Can’t outsmart nature, no matter how far science thinks it’s come along.

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