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USDA nominations; new legislation to support Black farmers

Tom Philpott from Mother Jones comes by to chat about who is in the running for the Secretary of Agriculture, and to discuss newly introduced legislation to recompense and support Black f...

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Women's March Recap and What's Next

[audio mp3="https://heritageradionetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Womens-March-Recap-and-Whats-Next.mp3"][/audio] After traveling to the capital this weekend as part of the Women's ...

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Corn: A New Crop Of Risks for Food Companies

This week on What Doesn't Kill You, Arlin Wasserman shows how reliance on corn relates to risk management and financial results in the food industry which has a direct impact on consumers...

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Immigration Reform & Agriculture

On this edition of It's More Than Food, Michel Nischan is talking about the role of immigration in agriculture and our food system. Michel invites two people who work with immigrant and r...

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Vermont's Agriculture Secretary, Chuck Ross

Chuck Ross was appointed as the Secretary of the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food, and Markets by Governor Peter Shumlin and took office in January of 2011. Prior to his current role a...

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The Federation of Southern Cooperatives

This week on The Farm Report, Erin Fairbanks is talking with Mircha King of the Federation of Southern Cooperatives about the Pigford case- a class action lawsuit alleging racial discrimi...

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Mark Smallwood and The Rodale Institute

This week We Dig Plants welcomes esteemed guest Mark Smallwood, who is the Executive Director of the prestigious Rodale Institute. Tune in for an extremely important and pertinent episode...

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Anne Saxelby, Sonja Hedlund, Chally Comer, Dan Purdy, Mario Fantasma & Bion Technologies

Patrick calls into the show from Sullivan County with guests Anne Saxelby, Sonja Hedlund, Chally Comer, Dan Purdy & Mario Fantasma. Later in the show, the guys from Bion Technologies ...