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When the Rainbows Bring the Crawfish

This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies  hosted by Gastronomica editorial collective member Paula Johnson.

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Cape Fear is really scary

Larry Cahoon, PHD professor of Biology and Marine Biology takes us through the impacts of chemical dumping in the Cape Fear River in North Carolina

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The Secret Life of Bees

On this episode of Eating Matters, host Jenna Liut speaks with Dr.

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Spiders and Their Webs

Can spiders hear? Do they see color? What are their webs made of? Tune in and learn about the world of spiders as host Celia talks to researcher and spider specialist Dr. Todd Blackledge,...

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Nolan Calisch

Nolan Calisch is a farmer, photographer, artist, and educator, residing in Portland, OR. Nolan and his farming partner, Chris Seigel, own and operate Wealth Underground Farm, where they s...

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Mushrooms & Preserving with Eugenia Bone

Welcome to the debut episode of Food Talk with Mike Colameco on the HeritageRadioNetwork.org! Who is Mike Colameco? Mike attended the Culinary Institute of America. He has worked as a che...

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Bristol Bay with Christopher Nicolson

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is set to release the second draft detailing the environmental effects of a copper mine planned to be constructed in Bristol Bay, Alaska.

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Kelly Mulville

For the past 25 years Kelly has managed and consulted with vineyards, farms and ranches throughout the western USA, Spain, Australia and China. In 2012 he spent two months in Australia an...

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Whole Grain

Why is flavor neglected when considering flour? This week on Meet Your Maker, Rachel Wharton and John Taggart are joined in the studio by Bob Klein of Community Grains and Olivetto in Cal...