Roots of Change (ROC), an organization that works primarily in California to change U.S. agricultural policies in order to promote the health and well-being of farmers, food producers, and consumers, presents the Flipping the Table podcast. About two years of episodes (dating back to January 2019) are available on the site, and can also be streamed on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher. Installments vary in length and readers should note that episode duration is more easily discerned using one of the various podcasting services than on the site linked above. Episodes include an interview with Leah Penniman, co-founder of Soul Fire Farm and author of Farming While Black (see the June 25, 2019 episode) and a nearly hour-long conversation with Berkely restaurateur Alice Waters (see the March 26, 2020 episode) taped near the start of pandemic lockdown where Waters discusses the effects of COVID-19 on the restaurant industry and school food. In addition to the podcast, the Our Work tab offers information about Roots of Change's other Projects and a Blog on various food-related issues. Visitors can learn more about the organization's goals and alignment by reading the pages under the Positions tab.