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Published September 21st, 2014

Running time: 7 Minutes

By Eliza Loehr

We’re on the line with Mark Izeman, Senior Attorney for the National Resources Defense Council to get some information on what we can be doing today to protect our planet.

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Keeping strong with the exploration of the meat industry in collaboration with Slow Food USA, on The Farm Report this week Erin Fairbanks is on the line with Gabriel Krenza of both the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and Green Sports Alliance. Talking about his role in expanding and enhancing the NRDC's food network and relationships as well as developing strategy for the sports industry on the issue of healthy food options for fans, Gabriel updates listeners on the current issues that the NRDC is working on in the food space plus weighs in on Walmart and Sam's Club recent stance to encourage meat and egg suppliers to curb antibiotic use along with adopting more humane treatment of animals. Leah Garces of Compassion in World Farming joins the show sharing a detailed look at the Walmart news, stating that this headline comes in a year when retailers and restaurants across the United States are moving away from closed confinement systems such as gestation crates, battery cages, and veal crates and are adopting overarching farm animal welfare policies for the first time. Recently, food service giants such as Nestlé, Starbucks, and Aramark actually released similar policies. Rounding out the show, Erin speaks with Steve Pennings of Pennings Farm via our friends at EscapeMaker.com. Steve tells all the great things to do at his family's farm this summer into the fall seasons from the garden center, cafe, petting zoo, to tasting some craft brews or their own cider! This program was brought to you by EscapeMaker.com.

"What's fascinating about the livestock industry is that it really does transcend so many different issues; whether it be land use, water quality, climate, also government subsidization and where different government resources go to support it." [9:25]

--Gabriel Krenza on The Farm Report

"What we're talking about doing in the US is a legislative minimum in the EU but that doesn't mean that it's not hard and that companies don't need help and don't need support getting to that minimum, and that's what we're here to do." [39:53]

--Leah Garces on The Farm Report


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This week on What Doesn't Kill You, host Katy Keiffer is speaking with Ted Genoways who is the editor-at-large at OnEarth, the magazine of the Natural Resources Defense Fund. He has also contributed to a number of other magazines such as The Atlantic, Bloomberg Businessweek, Harper's, Mother Jones, The New Republic, and Outside. His new book, "The Chain: Farm, Factory, and the Fate of Our Food" was published this month by Harper Collins and joins Katy in a discussion on labor concerning large companies like Hormel. Complete with thoughts on union busting and the rise of undocumented workers, Ted goes on to explain how even the ACLU came to be involved with the Hormel ordeal. Tune in to hear highlights from Ted's book. This program was brought to you by White Oak Pastures.

"So the workers showed up - they found that the processes were not easier, they were in fact more repetitive and there was a rash of carpal tunnel syndrome and tennis elbow and other repetitive stress injuries." [8:02]

--Ted Genoways on What Doesn't Kill You


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