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Crop to Cuisine: Urban farming, food safety, and the new generation of farmers


This week, Crop To Cuisine steps into the field of urban farming. Food Safety Expert, Bill Marler, addresses the right to eat whatever you want. And Crop To Cuisine continues its series on the new generation of american farmers, From The Ground Up.

All that and more.

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