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Sugar and its Dark History

This week on A Taste of the Past, host Linda Pelaccio is talkin' sugar and its checkered, dark past with guest Andrew F. Smith, author of "Sugar: A Global History." It's no surprise that ...

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Gavin Raders

Gavin Raders is a co-founder and Executive Director of Planting Justice, a social justice activist, and a permacuture demonstrator/teacher.

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Bill Laws

What plants have shaped civilization and culture? This week on We Dig Plants, Carmen Devito chats with Bill Laws, writer, journalist, and author of the book 50 Plants That Changed the Cou...

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Elizabeth Thacker Jones & The Food Book Fair

On today's THE FOOD SEEN, with a life long interest in food and it's ability to inspire, Elizabeth Thacker Jones presents the FOOD BOOK FAIR, the first ever event bringing together food p...

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If It's As Sweet As Candy, It Is

We are programmed to enjoy sweets from birth, but how far do we have to go before crossing the line of sugar sanity? In today's world of foodiness, white lines of refined sugar and artifi...

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Bees Part 1

Author Carol A. Butler joins The Naturalist again, this time to talk about bees.

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The Q Report (w/ Gary Cox & Clay Gregory)

This week on the Q Report, Patrick and Mark are joined by Gary Cox and Clay Gregory. Gary shares his experience with defending prisoners diets, and Clay talks about the Napa Valley. ...