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Crop to Cuisine: Farm Aid 2009 & The Father of the Green Revolution


Crop To Cuisine discusses the life and accomplishments of Dr. Norman Borlaug. We also take a look at a new documentary exposing the inside of the beer industry. And we take hear from Catherine Friend about what it means to be a compassionate carnivore. All that and more.

Guests for this show include

- Catherine Friend (Author, Compassionate Carnivore: Or, How to Keep Animals Happy, Save Old MacDonald's Farm, Reduce Your Hoofprint, and Still Eat Meat

- Dennis Avery, (Director, Center for Global Food Issues)

- Carol O'Meara (Entomologist & Horticulturalist, CSU Boulder Extension)

- Anat Baron, (Director & Executive Producer, Beer Wars)

- Jennifer Fahy, (Communications Director, Farm Aid)

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