HRN Hall of Fame: Alice Waters

Credit: Amanda Marsalis

Nominated by: HRN OFFICE

A beloved chef, author and food activist, Alice Waters has been a champion of local sustainable agriculture ever since she opened Chez Panisse restaurant in Berkeley, California. She founded the Edible Schoolyard Project in 1995 to fight for a free school lunch for all children and a sustainable food curriculum in every public school. In 2015, President Obama awarded her the National Humanities Medal, proving that eating is a political act, and that the table is a powerful means to social justice and positive change.

Appearances on HRN:

Heritage Radio Network On Tour: HRN at the 2018 Good Food Awards in San Francisco
Heritage Radio Network On Tour: Alice Waters: Coming To My Senses
Evolutionaries: Alice Waters
Heritage Radio Network On Tour: Looking Back at the Inaugural Slow Food Nations
Heritage Radio Network On Tour: Call to Action by Alice Waters with Ron Finley at the Good Food Awards
Heritage Radio Network On Tour: Alice Waters & Cal Peternell at Chez Panisse
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