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First Aired - 11/21/2011 06:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Mattrachel
Sponsored by
Robertas
The Mind Kitchen returns on The Matt & Rachel Show! This time, the creator of the game, Matt Timms, uses extra boring ingredients. The contestants this week are Scott Gold, Rachel Wharton, Anne Saxelby & Sophie Slesinger. Tune in and hear how a time machine, Julia Child & cheese sculptures all found their way into the competitions! Listen and seewho wins! This episode was sponsored by Roberta's.


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First Aired - 04/18/2010 12:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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The-main-course
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Hearst_logo
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 explain how to make energy from animal waste.
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The Main Course, Patrick Martins, Katy Keiffer, Hearst Ranch, Heritage Radio Network, Patrick is in Sullivan County, dairy farmers, Dan Purdy, Sonja Hedlund, Challey Comer, Apple Pond Farm, renewable energy education, Stephan Geiger, Jersey Cow Farm, Ross Wall, gas drilling can't make agriculture happen!!, Marcellus shale deposit, Halliburton, Halliburton doesn't have to disclose their secret chemicals they drive into the earth, why are we consuming energy at this rate?!, our demand must go down, solar hot water, wind turbine, workshops for renewable energy, www.applepondfarm.com, summer program for kids, disguised child labor, workshop on renewable energy, whole milk ricotta, dairy farming, Hudson Valley Fresh, raw milk, Saxelby Cheesemongers, Secretary of Agriculture, distribution, kosher cheese, shared cost, conference organizer, the number one industry in Sullivan Country is agriculture, the land is still affordable compared to other places, a great place to invest in a farm, food entrepreneurs, close to the urban market, incubator for agriculture to grow, product development, marketing,
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Bion Technology, James W. Morris, Chief Technology Officer, Jeff Kapell, Project Development of Renewable Energy, waste management, livestock waste is the biggest enviornmental problem facing animal agriculture, feeding operations, Omnivore's Dilmena, confined area feeding operations, CAFO, pollution, envorinmental waste management, Bion Technology uses microbial process, human waste, conventional technologies, costs way more than Bion Technologies, model developed around the commodity facilities, they need to be housed in a situation where manure can be routinely removed, enables control and treatment of the nutrients, greenhouse gasses, feedlots, E Coli, how do you address the environmental impact on a per head basis, housing design and infrastructure, how have big companies responded?, added value product line, traceability, from cradle to grave, premium pricing, ethanol model, industrial ecology, Cattle News Network, www.meatingplace.com,
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72,000 slots is a big CAFO, turn waste into residuals, environmental benefits of ethanol, offsetting fossil fuel use, it requires 4 million BTU's to finish one dried ton of distiller grains, changing the commodity market, environmental policy laws, tax credits for reduced energy or emissions, James T. Martin, all industrial complexes need to build the environmental cost into their cost of doing business, offsetting energy, thermal energy from natural gas, cow produced methane, is this because they are finished on an unnatural diet?, reducing nitrous oxide, Volatile Organic Compounds, Joel Salatin, our agricultural exports are $30 billion of our GDP, waster water treatment plants, nutrient trading program, nitrogen credits, Total Maximum Daily Loads, Bion has patents in place, saving taxpayers and the environment, invest in Bion Technology!, NIMBY, futurist, ammonia, VOC's, BET, TMDL,

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First Aired - 10/11/2009 01:15PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Patright
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Larder
Patrick Martins hosts Megan Saxelby to talk about what it's like to be an educator in the charter school system, and what it takes to help inspire young children from Chicago's south side.
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charter system, public schools tend to be more structured, charter schools are able accept private money and donations, they don't use test schools for acceptance, the admission process is like a lottery, magnet schools require testing, walking the line of being a friend and a teacher, entertaining students to inspire them, this charter school is 100% African American, middle class suburbs are way different, neighborhood violence, it becomes hard to come and learn when there are so many other distractions in life, poverty, for the most part the student body is very dedicated, standardized tests, cheating on tests, teachers worried about jobs were cheating to raise performance scores, there are other ways to measure success than test scores, visual and physical learning, artistic talent, translating A Tale of Two Cities into a rap song, circular freedom,

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