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Sound Bites on Delmarva: Episode 60 – Environmental Regulation and its Effects on the Delmarva and Free Speech
Last month, Elaine Bean, staff writer for DelmarvaNow.com published a two-part story on farming regulations on the Eastern Shore. Here is part one and here is part two. One this episode of Sound Bites on Delmarva, we speak to some … Continue reading
It’s the latest episode of Sound Bites, featuring Malik Yakini, Executive Director of the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network, and a debate on whether or not genetically engineered foods should be labeled. Continue reading
Sound Bites On Delmarva: Episode 58 – Privatizing Poultry Inspection I Composting In Howard County I Tom Horton On Manure
On this episode of Sound Bites on Delmarva, we discuss proposed cuts in the 2014 federal budget to the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service which would remove government inspectors from slaughter facilities. The responsibility for overseeing these facilities would be … Continue reading
Sound Bites On Delmarva: Episode 57 – “Monsanto Rider” | Alternative Mappings of the Economy | Food and Ag News
We debate the “Monsanto Rider,” which caused a storm when it was anonymously inserted into the Agricultural Appropriations Bill passed by Congress. Talking about what this means are: Steve Savage, agricultural technology consultant and blogger at Applied Mythology; Colin O’Neil, Director of Government Affairs … Continue reading
On our latest episode of Sound Bites, Anna Lappe, author, educator and sustainable food advocate, joins us to talk about Food MythBusters, a multi-media platform that uses animated and short live-action documentaries to debunk myths about sustainable food and farming. … Continue reading
Sound Bites on Delmarva: Episode 31 – Prince George’s County Agriculture | Accokeek Foundation | P.A. Bowen Farmstead | Bald Eagle Farm
In this week’s episode of Sound Bites, we travel to Prince George’s County and visit three farms, The Accokeek Foundation at Piscataway Park; P.A. Bowen Farmstead; and cattle farmer Yates Clagett of Bald Eagle Farm; for perspectives on sustainability, land … Continue reading
This week on Sound Bites on Delmarva, we discuss the controversies surrounding raw milk. We speak to Stephen Belkoff, a researcher at Johns Hopkins, and and owner of Forever Endeavor Farm in Baldwin, Maryland, raw milk advocate Liz Reitzig, co-founder … Continue reading
Sound Bites on Delmarva: Episode 27 – Forever Endeavor Farm in Baldwin | How the Government Impacts Small Farmers
Grass farmer Stephen Belkoff of Forever Endeavor Farm in Baldwin, MD joins us to talk about raising livestock and how government regulations affect small farms on this week’s episode of Sound Bites.
This week on Sound Bites on Delmarva, Carole and Frank Morrison join us for a conversation about their pasture-raised hens. Then, activist Vandana Shiva joins us for a discussion on the movement for sustainable and equitable agriculture in India.