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Sea Change Radio
Weekly Program
Joe Brewer
 Sea Change Radio  Contact Contributor
For environmentalists "agriculture" can be something of a dirty word, associated with other words such as, pesticides, water consumption, pollutants, and deforestation. Not all environmentalists have these negative associations, though. Some, like my guest today, are working to re-fashion agricultural practices so that they actually help to reverse environmental damage. This week on Sea Change Radio we are speaking with Joe Brewer, an American ex-pat living  and working in the regenerative agriculture space in Colombia. We discuss his family’s journey to this small but vibrant farming community, the lessons he’s learned, and how those lessons can be scaled to bigger farms in the U.S.
Track: In The Middle, Pt. 1
Artist: James Brown
Album: A Soulful Christmas
Label: King Records
Year: 1968

Track: Dangerous Mile
Artist: Fog Swamp
Album: Dropped Days
Label: n/a
Year: 2020

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00:29:00 1 Dec. 15, 2020
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