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The Big 199!

This week on The Main Course, Patrick Martins celebrates his 199th episode with some of his favorite guests and favorite HeritageRadioNetwork.org memories. Hear from HeritageRadioNetwork....

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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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Anna Meyer of Food & Water Watch

Anna Meyer is a graduate student at American University studying Natural Resources and Sustainable Development. This summer, Anna is interning at Food and Water Watch and working on proje...

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The Food Seen

On today's THE FOOD SEEN, Michael Harlan Turkell hosts a special one-hour episode devoted to The Food Book Fair. Founder Elizabeth Thacker Jones will talk about all of the exciting additi...

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Mary Berry

In 1977, Wendell Berry published The Unsettling of America, a book that started a national and international conversation on the state of agriculture in our country.

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Erik Hoffner & Orion Magazine

Orion Magazine has been producing thought-provoking, progressive journalism for thirty years. On this week's episode of The Farm Report, Erin Fairbanks is chatting with Orion's Outreach D...

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Peter Kindel's Cheese Path

Peter Kindel shares his cheese journey on today's Cutting the Curd with Diane Stemple. Hear how Peter got his start in the cheese world, and how his travels in France and England changed ...

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Nancy Grove of Old Path Farm

Nancy Grove is frequently asked why her farm is named Old Path Farm.

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Wendell Berry

On this very special episode of Taste Matters, Karen Karp sits in for Mitchell Davis as he organizes the 3rd annual James Beard Foundation Food Conference. Karen is joined in the studio b...

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Underground Eats

This week on The Main Course, Patrick starts the show by sharing some of Prince Charles's inspired speech about agriculture and food systems, "The Future of Food". Later on, Harris Damash...