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The ELW wave is growing. Eat Less Water has been featured on NPR, Pacific Radio, American Public Media, Edible Communities Magazines,  Entertainment Weekly, KTLA Morning News, Desk Yogi, CBS News and popular podcasts like American Innovators and Rootstock.

Here is a sampling of my favorites:


National Public Radio

  • kpbs Midday Edition-San Diego
    • What do I and His Holiness, the Dalai Lama have in common? We both had the good fortune of being interviewed by Maureen Cavanaugh, host of KPBS Midday Edition. At one point in the interview, Maureen told me, “no more eggs” (that part was edited out of the interview), my favored example during the interview to explain every concept.
  • KCRW Good Food with Evan Kleiman, Los Angeles, Berlin
    • The producer from the much loved NPR show, GOOD FOOD came across Eat Less Water on the shelf of a Santa Monica bookstore. She loved the cover (as much as we try not to, we judge a book by its cover) and purchased the book. Shortly after she invited me on the air to discuss the water footprints of food for the Water Show.
  • KCRW 805– Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Ventura County
    • Jonathan Bastian, the host of KCRW’s newest show, The 805, interviewed me for the program titled How Eating Less Water Can End the Drought.


  • KEYT 3/KCOY 12/KKFX 11 News- Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Ventura County, California
  • KTLA 5 Morning News– Los Angeles Metro Area
    • Our Water Footprint: Farm, Food, and Plate With Florencia Ramirez

  • CBS Morning News 8– San Diego
    • CBS Morning News 8 Reporter Heather Myers, expertly interviewed me on San Diego’s highest-rated news show titled, How Much Water Does It Take to Make Your Favorite Foods.


  • San Jose Mercury News
  • Edible Communities Magazine
    • Edible Ojai/Ventura County
    • Edible Michiana
    • Edible Santa Barbara
    • Edible San Diego
    • Edible San Luis Obispo


  • American Innovations– The Future of Food 1
    • Hosted by bestselling author Steven Johnson (“How We Got To Now”), American Innovations uses immersive scenes to tell the stories of the scientists, engineers, and ordinary people behind the greatest discoveries of the past century. From Wondery, the network behind Business Wars, American History Tellers, and Dirty John.
  • Organic Valley’s Rootstock Radio– Rootstock Radio is podcast that highlights individuals and organizations who work to improve the food and farming system in our country. The interview is aired on the Organic Valley website, THIRTY stations on Public Radio around the nation, and on Itunes, Stitcher and Google Play. Past interviews include Frances Moore Lappé, Raj Patel, Wendell Berry, Temple Grandin, Carey Gillam, Simran Sethi.