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Andrew Smith

This week on A Taste of the Past, the subject is New York City food. Linda speaks with Andrew Smith, author of New York City: A Food Biography, about the history of food in New York City....

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GrowNYC Market Update 07/25/13

We're headed to the West 42nd St. Greenmarket this week with GrowNYC's Caroline Hiteshew! Tune into this segment to hear about some of the amazing producers at the 42nd St. location. Be s...

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The Adirondack Grazers Cooperative

Sarah Teale of the Adirondack Grazers Cooperative is committed to producing healthy grassfed beef, using localized distribution, and connecting chefs to quality products.

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GrowNYC Market Update 05/09/13

Jeanne Hodesh is talking with Erin Fairbanks about another stellar GrowNYC Greenmarket location- Tribeca. Hear about the history of the neighborhood, the Taste of Tribeca, and the chefs t...

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Sidney Phelps of Bonnie Plants

Spring is near and you know what that means - time to get that home garden into shape! Tune into a plant-based episode of The Farm Report as Erin Fairbanks is joined by Sidney Phelps, Dir...

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Steph Larsen

Steph Larsen lives in Lyons, Nebraska, where she works full time for the Center for Rural Affairs, a non-profit that seeks to engage farmers in advocating for the policies that will stren...

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Reston & Fermented Waste

Listen in this week on Burning Down the house as Curtis talks about growing up in a brand-new town, Reston VA, designed by the architects/planners Conklin and Rossant - with Reston native...

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Winter Solstice

On a "holiday" edition of The Naturalist, Bernie Wides gives us some well timed history on the winter solstice celebration.

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Students & Eloquence

This week on Burning Down The House, students give reactions on the eloquence & architecture theme. Each student focuses on an individual building, project or theme.