"From the hipster perspective, I think people are just catching up to what other people already knew and supported for the last thirty to fifty years. This is not a new phenomenon," Dan Barber said in this roundtable discussion (about fifty minutes) on Talk to Me, a WNYC lecture series. The Blue Hill chef joins Michael Hurwitz, New York's director of farmers' markets, Ian Marvy, the head of the urban farming organization Added Value, and Gabrielle Langholtz, editor-in-chief of Edible Brooklyn, to discuss the explosion of the locavore movement.
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