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The Future of Farming
a mix tape of audio about how genetic engineering affects our food supply.
Donnie Caffery, Ira Wallace, Cricket Rakita, Matt Lohr
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Jan. 26, 2013, 1:57 p.m.
This show is a mix tape of audio about the question of genetic engineering and its affect on our food supply. Among the voices you will hear are
Donnie Caffery, store owner, national natural products activist; Ira Wallace, seed saving leader; Matt Lohr, commissioner of agriculture; Cricket Rakita, organic certifier; informed by Allen Straw, an extension specialist and Jack Bricker, state conservationist.
Theme: Bonefire Dance by Rattlemouth
Interlude: David Rawlings Machine playing Cats and Dogs
WRIR Richmond Independent Radio
Sunny Gardener Productions

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00:27:30 1 Jan. 11, 2013
The Live Room at Richmond Independent Radio, WRIR lp 97.3 FM
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