Food Insecurity

Episode 43: Nadine Nelson's Harvest Mandalas

On this episode, host and WNHH Station Manager Lucy Gellman talks to chef, activist and Global Local Goumet Guru Nadine Nelson about her upcoming "Harvest Mandalas" project, part of City Wide Open Studios' traveling artists weekend on Oct. 22 and 23 in New Haven, CT.

Episode 39: J-Hop's Extravagant Cookout for the Homeless


On this episode, Lucy talks to Maureen Johnson, president of MLJ Consulting & Services and board member of Jesse Hardy's Homelessness Outreach Project (J-Hop), about J-Hop's upcoming "Extravagant Cookout for the Homeless," from 12-4 p.m. on Sept. 24 at New Haven's Scantlebury Park.

Episode 33: New Haven Farms


On this episode, WNHH Station Manager and host Lucy Gellman talks to Nutrition and Wellness Educator Celin Garcia and interns Rachel Claire, Jamie Cooper, and Julia Berkman-Hill about their work at New Haven Farms during the summer 2016 summer months, and the organization's wellness programming during the summer and throughout the year.

Episode 28: Food Insecurity & Mental Health


"Kitchen Sync" host Lucy Gellman speaks with Alycia Santilli, deputy director of the Community Alliance for Research and Engagement (CARE) and Billy Bromage, lecturer in Psychiatry at Yale and director of community organizing at the Connecticut Mental Health Center (CMHC), about the intimate and uncomfortable connection between food insecurity and mental health in some of New Haven's low-income neighborhoods.

Episode 12: Symphony Meets Soup Kitchen


On this episode of "Kitchen Sync," WNHH station manager Lucy Gellman speaks to Chelsea Tipton II, pops conductor for the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, Katie Bonner Russo, director of marketing for the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, and David O' Sullivan, director of New Haven's Community Soup Kitchen, about an upcoming collaboration.

Episode 4: New Haven Farms


On this episode of Kitchen Sync, Lucy Gellman sits down with James Jenkins and Jacqueline Maisonpierre, Executive Director and Farms Manager at New Haven Farms, to talk about the city's "Health in Your Hands" campaign and how it ties into NHF's farm-based wellness program.