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This week on Inside School Food, for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, join Audrey Rowe, Administrator of the Food and Nutrition Service at USDA, in reflection on socioeconomic justice in school nutrition programs--historically, currently, and going forward as we approach Child Nutrition Reauthorization 2015. This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

“Instead of the dialogue focusing on how we provide more resources to school meals programs, it seems to be centered on how do we curtail implementation, or make changes to the program that I fear will take us back instead of putting us forward.”

"Schools and parents need to think about the amount of time students have to eat. In some schools, by the time children get their tray and sit down, they have just 10 minutes to eat. If you have fruits and vegetables that require a little more chew time, they’re not going to get through them!"

"One of the reasons I travel constantly is that I’m able to get the media into the schools to experience what the children are experiencing. I’ve had reporters say, this is not my school lunch; this is so much better!"

--Audrey Rowe on Inside School Food

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This week on Eat Your Words, host Cathy Erway is getting a head start to the growing season! Chatting small-scale agriculture and the book "Microfarming for Profit: from Garden to Glory" with author Dave DeWitt and Bee Ayer, collective member and co-farm manager at the Youth Farm at BK Farmyards in Brooklyn, NY. Dave's book is an entrepreneur’s guide which profiles successful microfarms around the country, teaches how to sell what’s produced, and specifies value-added products that can quickly increase the farmer’s bottom line—on five acres or less. Bee adds thoughts on the matter as well from her experiences in urban and youth farming and brings up the discussion on whether to grow things for the community versus growing items that will yield a higher profit. Thinking about getting into small-scale agriculture? Tune in for a great show! This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

"There's actually a lot of land in New York City that is pretty good for growing. There's a lot of under-utilized land and a lot of land that's temporarily not being used... and rooftops too."

--Bee Ayer on Eat Your Words

"That's the key to having a profitable microfarm, you have to think beyond produce. In reality the profit from these things comes from value added products that you can come up with."

--Dave DeWitt on Eat Your Words

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On a very special episode of After the Jump, Grace Bonney sits down with podcast hero Anna Sale. Anna Sale is the host and managing editor of Death, Sex & Money, a biweekly interview podcast at WNYC. A veteran public media reporter, Anna covered politics for years, including the 2013 New York City mayoral race, the 2012 presidential campaign, and the statehouse beat in Connecticut and West Virginia. She is a frequent fill-in host for The Brian Lehrer Show and The Leonard Lopate Show and has contributed to This American Life, NPR, Marketplace, PBS Newshour, CNN, MSNBC, BBC, Slate, and NY1. Anna's work has been honored by the New York Press Club, Capitolbeat, and the Associated Press Broadcasters Associations of New York, Connecticut and West Virginia. She was a Racial Justice Fellow with USC Annenberg’s Institute for Justice and Journalism in 2007. She was also an associate producer of The Great Textbook War, a radio documentary that won a Peabody Award, a national Edward R. Murrow award, and a duPont-Columbia silver baton. A West Virginia native, Anna graduated from Stanford University with a degree in history. She's on twitter @annasale. This program was brought to you by Fairway Market.

"I wanted to have a show where we talk about the things we think about at night and feel the the most lonely around." [09:00]

--Anna Sale on After the Jump

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