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First Aired - 02/18/2014 04:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Bob McFarland, is serving his 3rd term as President of the California State Grange. Formed in 1867, the Grange is the oldest agricultural organization in the nation, with 10,000 members serving 215 communities in California. Since taking office in 2009, Bob has shepherded a return to the Grange's agrarian roots, spurring unprecedented membership growth and an increased awareness of the Grange as a driving force supporting California farmers and consumers, and championing such causes as sustainable agriculture, GMO labeling and awareness, legalization of industrial hemp, agritoruism, anti-fracking and farmers rights. This program has been sponsored by Heritage Foods USA.

"It's all about making healthier communities where our granges are located." [8:45]

Industrial hemp is a sturdy useful plant, and it's very easy to grow." [9:30]

--Bob McFarland on Greenhorns Radio

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First Aired - 05/03/2010 01:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Cathy hosted Mark Bittman of the NY Times column "The Minimalist". Mark discusses his writing methods, how industrial food contributes to global warming, and why his column keeps him honest.
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Cathy Erway, Let's Eat In, Heritage Radio Network, Fairway Market, Mark Bittman, The Minimalist, New York Times,, a slog, salon like blog, Paula Crossfield, Civil Eats, food policy, friends can write what they want lightly edited by Mark, Barry Estabrook, Grist, Diners Journal, food politics, home cooking, Mark is not that interested in restaurant news, it's not a food and travel site or a lifestyle site, very straightforward, Mark grew up in New York, The Living Section, the column keeps Mark honest, constant publishing pressure with social media, watered down content, once a week is the right routine, the column is planned a season in advance, new ingredients always present themselves, next week will be sushi without fish in the column,

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First Aired - 05/01/2011 04:30PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Rich Thrus of KAZ USA Inc. joins Curtis B. Wayne on a forward thinking episode of Burning Down the House. Learn more about 3D modeling and printing, industrial design tools and building models as Rich shares some insight into the world of product design. Also on the show as vox populi, Ryan Doyle. This episode was sponsored by Whole Foods Market

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