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Below are brief recaps for our 2019 work as well as what we see for 2020. Fostering Many Dialogues Dialogues are conversations in which people think together to derive more understanding and conviction and they are the center of our Flipping the Table podcast. I have wonderful memories of podcasts with many powerful leaders. If […]Read More
Farmers Can Put Themselves On The Map If They Complete The U.S. Agriculture Census By February 5 The USDA Census of Agriculture is a giant data-gathering effort that happens once every five years. It collects information about who’s growing what, how much and where. The census also tracks the age and gender of farmers, and whether they are veterans. (Farmers, […]Read More
Closing Keynote by Michael Dimock, Food Tank Summit, Sacramento, September 22, 2016. Introduction by Danielle Nierenberg.Read More
Michael R. Dimock’s Closing Keynote, Inaugural Farm Tank Summit, Sacramento, California, September 22, 2016: Good afternoon! It has been a pleasure and an honor to share this day in which we heard from an amazing line up of inspired, inspiring and action oriented speakers. Let’s hear it for them all! So I am the last guy […]Read More
Interview with Michael R. Dimock at the Food Tank Summit (by Bridget Huber). Sacramento, CA, September 22, 2016. Food Tank Summit InterviewRead More
Interview by Beth Ruyak, Capital Public Radio, with Nicolette Hahn Niman (Niman Ranch) and Michael R. Dimock (Roots of Change), September 21, 2016.Read More
Food Tank recently had the opportunity to speak with Michael Dimock, President of Roots of Change, who will be speaking at the Farm Tank conference: Food Tank (FT): What inspired you to get involved in food and agriculture? Michael Dimock (MD): The realization in 1988 that the food system was the foundation of civilization and […]Read More