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Cider from the Place of Regenerative Ag, and the Case for Reparations in Finger Lakes, NY

This week, to celebrate Dry Cider January, Beer Sessions Radio is diving into the cider scene in the Finger Lakes, NY.

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You Say Tomato, I Say Tomatillo

On this episode, Zarela & Aarón contrast the tomato with its relative, the tomatillo.

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PFAS: From the Farmer that Sounded the Alarm to Today’s Data

“These chemicals are not emerging, it’s our awareness that’s emerging,” Robert Bilott says. Bilott, a lawyer who exposed the fact that DuPont had been polluting the environment and drinki...

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Cory Carman's Grass-Fed Vision

The fourth-generation Oregon rancher worked in environmental policy before she moved home and converted her family’s ranch to a grass-fed cattle operation based on the principles of holis...

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Arizona is going dry

Arizona is a high producing agricultural state despite its desert conditions, and it relies obviously on water from far away. Trouble is, it competes with other states for that same water...

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It All Starts With Soil

Due to intensive, extractive agriculture techniques, soil across the United States is incredibly depleted.

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Expanding Aeroponic Farming

In Newark, NJ, AeroFarms is producing greens using unique growing methods inside massive warehouse farms.

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Zone Envy – Zone 3

This month on We Dig Plants, hosts Alice Marcus Krieg and Carmen Devito visit Zone 3 of the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map, which includes parts of Alaska.