Ocean Robbins: It’s true. So quite a collection of folks; that’s only the tip of the iceberg, to be honest. And then over the years that has evolved and today I’m the CEO of the Food Revolution Network, which I direct with my dad and our focus is on healthy, sustainable, humane, and delicious food for everybody.
Ocean Robbins, his wife Michele, and their twin sons River and Bodhi. What’s really funny, Caryn, I feel like, from my early childhood I had people telling me I was going to save the world someday and that creates its own kind of challenge because I have this sense of pressure inwardly that I should accomplish huge things and be huge things, and there’s a kind of perfectionism that can come with that. But eventually, women did get the right to vote.

With all of the wonderful things that you’ve done and even if you didn’t do any more wonderful things, you’re a wonderful person. We also sponsor the Food Revolution Summit, which mobilizes people worldwide to bringing out the voices of some of the world’s top revolutionary leaders. Okay, let’s go to the Food revolution Network. We’re learning about what it means to love somebody just because, because everybody deserves love, not for necessarily all the things that anybody accomplishes and does.

You are one amazing individual. ORDERED 7TH ANNUAL FOOD REVOLUTION SUMMET ON APRIL 24, 2018 AND HAVE NOT RECIEVED MY PHYSICAL ORDER. So one of the things … You talked about feeling like you were rich when you were young where you really didn’t have any financial assets or means. * Leave comments and questions on the PRN voicemail line, 862-800-6805, with your name, the name of this show, It’s All About Food, and your question to be answered on the next program. Your story is pretty incredible and I just want people to understand how it all began because, to me, it’s a part obviously of what made you, but most people cannot grasp your beginnings in a simple log cabin. (Youth for Environmental Sanity) that he directed for the next 20 years. Few is about everybody. Are there any things that stood out or things that you learned from that event last year? So I was born in the middle of the woods to parents that were doing yoga and meditating for several hours a day and living very simply and calling their son Ocean; that’s me. Caryn Hartglass: Yup, absolutely. Dr. Joel Fuhrman. We’re seeing more and more Americans. – Caryn, Your email address will not be published. So the beautiful thing that I really saw as we move forward to last year’s summit is that these things all fit together. Well, some of the people … We’re expecting over 50,000 people to be participating in the summit. I’m so grateful that I’m able to build on that legacy and carry it forth in my life. He grew up with an ice cream cone-shaped swimming pool in the backyard and 31 flavors of ice cream in the freezer at all times.
Page 2 - Ocean Robbins was born in a log cabin built by his parents, and grew up eating food they grew on the land together. A few companies are making a whole lot of money by marketing this stuff to us but our land, and our family farmers and our own health are paying a terrible price for it. In 1990, at age 16, Ocean Robbins was co-founder of YES!, which he directed for 20 years. Ocean Robbins: And I always thought that was really sweet and I also didn’t have to put his theory to the test because I wasn’t autistic.