Nelson Escobar brought traditional ideas of collective, community-sustaining farming from his home in El Salvador to Louisville, Ky.
Factory farms are replacing grass-fed beef in Argentina. Join Perennial Plate as they explore a ranch that’s sticking to tried-and-true methods of cattle ranching.
In Mexico, cocoa crops have nearly been wiped out. Watch a farmer and a chocolatier fight to bring it back.
The Oregano Caxtle Co-operative aims to keep labor and revenues in Mexico by cutting out “coyote” middlemen.
Italy is known for its pasta, but most flour in this country is homogenous and bleached. The Pedrini family grows heirloom grains through biodynamic farming.
Veta La Palma takes sustainable fish farming to a whole new level.
By reviving old techniques, a family farm in Spain produces foie gras without force-feeding ducks and geese.
In 2004, a tsunami killed eight members of this small fishing family. And yet today, they still fish because they have to do it to survive.
Perennial Plate spent the day with a Sri Lankan family on their coconut plantation, where they showed all the humble coconut has to offer.