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Equal Time
Interviews with Brian Moyer and Darrin Nordahl
Carl Etnier, Brian Moyer, and Darrin Nordahl
 Carl Etnier WGDR  Contact Contributor
Oct. 18, 2009, 6:01 p.m.
Brian Moyer, director of Rural Vermont, explains how the organization is following up on their legislative successes by making sure the laws about raw milk, on-farm slaughter, and other aspects of farming are helping family farmers.

City planner and designer Darrin Nordahl says cities and towns should encourage people to grow food in urban areas and even pay their staff to grow food on public land. Nordahl’s new book is Public Produce: The New Urban Agriculture.

Peak Oil Check-In: Public Produce
Equal Time Productions. Originally broadcast on WDEV AM&FM, Waterbury and Montpelier, Vermont. Produced by Artie Levigne.
Free for non-commercial use. Contact me for conditions for commercial use. Please email me at if you broadcast it. Thanks!

Carl Etnier hosts Equal Time Radio one day a week, focusing on energy, food, and the local economy at the end of the age of oil. More information about the program, and audio from other Equal Time hosts, is available at

Rural Vermont:

Public Produce:

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