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Cool Solutions
Food waste and cow poop, should we compost or digest?
Regular Show
 Wendy Ring  Contact Contributor
Dec. 11, 2021, 5:45 p.m.
We take a deep dive into dairy digesters: their impact on farms, climate, and communities; and the intersections between Big Gas, Big Ag, and government programs which are driving digester proliferation. To get to the bottom of this complex topic, we had to talk to a lot of people.

John Hanselman -Vanguard Renewables
Natasha Duarte -Composting Association of Vermont
Brenda Platt- Institute for Local Self Reliance
Mary Beth Kirkham- KSU Professor of Agronomy
J Jordan-Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability
Rebecca Wolf- Food and Water Watch,
Mike McCully- The McCully Group
Maria Payan -Socially Responsible Agriculture Project.

Part 2 in a mini-series within a series about food and agriculture
Justin Rhodes Interview clips of Karl Hammer:
CC Music: Scott Holmes, Ken Ham, Saylavees, Lobo Loco
We tell stories about communities and people taking climate action from the bottom up. This episode is EVERGREEN

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