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Marty Mundy

Owner of Immortal Milk LLC in Portsmouth



Marty Mundy is a storyteller, mechanical engineer, and the owner of Immortal Milk LLC, an organization she founded in order to put more handmade local cheeses "on the table", so to speak.  Known for the cheeses she sells as the Seacoast Cheese Maven in Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, Marty Mundy is passionate about  finding creative ways to tell the stories of the farmers and cheesemakers with whom she works.

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Goats cheese and love

@ VOL 2 ON JAN 30, 2010

Blessed are the cheese makers! Wes and Leslie from Prairie Fruits Farm talk cheese and goats! No Farmers - No Food! www.prairiefruits.com
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Got Milk...Donor?

@ VOL 13 ON MAR 06, 2015

Maureen Ohm is a mother who donated nearly 1,000 ounces of breast milk after her first child was stillborn. Her second child is now two months old, and Maureen intends to donate breast milk again once she has enough milk stored for her own child. She is passionate about the benefits of breast milk and is excited to spread awareness about breast milk donation. She has donated breast milk through milk banks and through informal sharing, and she will share her own story as well as stories of other mothers and babies who have donated and received this precious commodity.




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Country Cheese Making 101

@ VOL 2 ON MAR 20, 2015

Local Master Cheese Maker, Brandon Kling, talks about High Country Creamery, the cheese making process, the local influence and history of the company. 

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I Wanna Feed You with Breast Milk

@ VOL 9 ON OCT 01, 2016

“I can’t remember how many mothers I’ve gone asking for breast milk for. Ủn, my baby. Ủn has been growing up with the breast milk of many kind,unknown mothers…” - Trinh Tuan, Co-father at BabyMe, Author of Ba Muốn Nuôi Con Bằng Sữa Mẹ.

Every year Trinh Tuan spends at least 1 month travelling across Vietnam sharing his insights on breastfeeding with new parents. And this October he's going to talk about it at PKN HCMC Vol.9 If you are wondering why a father talks about breastfeeding, here's the answer:

Tuan is a single father. 

At PKN HCMC Vol9, Tuan will share with us his journey of how he got his feet back on the ground after his wife passed away and left him with a newborn child, and how he started on this unique path.

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The Ebuta Story

@ VOL 13 ON OCT 20, 2016

Brian and  Jean Venten Discuss there family business Ebuta Goat Dairy, nestled in the picturesque foothills of the Mt Elliott National Park on the outskirts of town out the Flinders Highway.  

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Porn is Milk

@ VOL 8 ON DEC 20, 2016

Porn is Milk | Samuel Díaz Fernández | PechaKucha Hanoi Vol 8

Recorded on December 20th. Samuel Díaz Fernández shares his guilty pleasure with porn and how it all relates to everyone.

About speaker:

Samuel Díaz Fernández
Filmmaker - Photographer - Educator, The School of Slow Media // Studio DIFFÉ in Hanoi Viet Nam

Samuel is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and educator who has spent the past 10 years designing communications tools that promote communal and social impact. He is the founder of Studio DIFFÉ, a digital agency that helps build empathy in communities worldwide through video and photography. He is also the founder of The School of Slow Media.

A Colombian-born immigrant across 4 continents, Samuel’s commitment to stories unfolding at the hemlines of society is what defines his passion for education. His work with the United Nations and the international NGO sector has led him to design hands-on media and peace trainings for young people in Oslo, Paris, NYC, Kosovo, Nairobi, Cambodia and across Southeast Asia. He strives to see people from different communities, creating and listening together, tracing hybrid narratives with their hands and bodies.

Before working in Geneva, Switzerland both as the global coordinator for communications and advocacy of the World YMCA and as a communications consultant for the International Labour Organisation (ILO), Samuel also worked in the USA as a public school teacher for at risk-bilingual students and as a camp curriculum trainer for abused and neglected kids.

After spending a year in Cambodia and the Philippines exploring the crossroads of violence, peace and story (particularly in young people) he has relocated recently to Hanoi, Vietnam.

In 2014, Samuel was invited to join the leadership team of “Designing for Social Innovation and Leadership” (DSIL), a global social impact accelerator program running its pilot year out of Thailand and Cambodia. The programme was certified by the Center for Executive Education that is part of the UN-Mandated University for Peace (UPEACE) in Costa Rica. With the support of the DSIL community, he founded “Track X: Creative Media Lab” in 2015 to create a disruptive storytelling programme focused on communal and mindful narrative practices. This would eventually form the foundation for the birth of "The School of Slow Media" in 2016. www.schoolofslowmedia.com

As a self-identified nomad, Samuel feels most at home wherever there is Totoro to keep him grounded in nature and magic. So he looks for Totoro everywhere.

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Not Your Average Food Blog

@ VOL 31 ON JUN 14, 2017

Named after a french cheese and an ancient Greek intellectual, Brie Shreow shares musings as a food blogger and bartender and how these experiences shape her and others. Check out her blogs at Taste Transfixed.

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DIY Cheese Burger

@ VOL 8 ON JUN 08, 2017

From the bun to the cheese to the veggies to the meat, Chris Mathieson talks about his upcoming epic project of his DIY Cheese Burger. He will harvest salt from the ocean and cultivate yeast from the air to create his buns. Raise and milk cows to make his own cheese. Grow his own veggies and make his on condiments. Finally raise another cow for the meat. It will be one epic cheese burger.

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For Cheeses sake!

@ VOL 40 ON AUG 01, 2019

Daniel Jenkins started Kaikoura cheese with no previous experience in cheese making or farming whatsoever. With a background in Rock climbing, Surfing and Skiing Daniel has utilised his recreational history to produce some of the funkiest cheeses in the world.