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Creative Educational Programs Series Part 2: Sustainable Brewing and Culinary Arts Learning At Kalamazoo Valley Community College

Episode: 69

This show is the second and final episode in our series about unique agricultural and food education programs based in the Midwest. We will return to Kalamazoo Valley Community College to discuss their Sustainable Brewing program with instructor Aaron Ross and will learn more about the KVCC Culinary Arts and Brewing Program with its Director Stephanie Hughes-Winfrey and culinary instructor Joel Boone.

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