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But when a crop has been re-engineered to contain a pesticide, and to be drenched in herbicides, we wonder...How can a GMO be substantially equivalent to an non-GMO? - (14.73 MB) Listen Now Guest: Justine Smith, Doctoral Student, University of California, Santa Cruz Subject: Topics include the extent to which people, pumas and prey live in close proximity; how all are adjusting to living together; and whether people, as the apex predator, can live in harmony with other predators and their prey. - (15.25 MB) Listen Now Guests: Ecological Farming Foundation veterans Sam Earnshaw, Thomas Wittman and Deborah Yashar Subject: Winter is the time to sort seeds and confer on a new growing season at one of the many farm conferences around the nation.How will the price of gas affect the price of food? Show #1127: California's Green -Gold Rush II; The Money - (10.25 MB) Listen Now Guests Cannabis Financial Consultants John Downs from Arcview and Gavin Kogan from Grupo Flor Subject: Cannabis is projected to generate so much money for California its treasurer is asking for a fleet of armored cars to pick it up and take it to Sacramento. But some now point to capitalism as being the cause of hunger, obesity, land-grabbing, global warming and environmental pollution. Show #1130: California's Green Gold Rush IV: Consequences - (40.16 MB) Listen Now Guest: Fred Krissman, Research Associate, Humboldt Institute for Interdisciplinary Marijuana Research, Emerald Triangle Subject: Show #1129: Monsanto's Settling of Science - (15.74 MB) Listen Now Guest: Carey Gillam, Author, White Wash: The Story of a Weed Killer, Cancer and the Corruption of Science Subject: Topics include how Monsanto settled the science on the safety of its weed-killer glyphosate; why some dispute the settling of that science; and whether consumers should believe that the science of glyphosate has been settled.forced ABC News to settle a

But when a crop has been re-engineered to contain a pesticide, and to be drenched in herbicides, we wonder...How can a GMO be substantially equivalent to an non-GMO? - (14.73 MB) Listen Now Guest: Justine Smith, Doctoral Student, University of California, Santa Cruz Subject: Topics include the extent to which people, pumas and prey live in close proximity; how all are adjusting to living together; and whether people, as the apex predator, can live in harmony with other predators and their prey. - (15.25 MB) Listen Now Guests: Ecological Farming Foundation veterans Sam Earnshaw, Thomas Wittman and Deborah Yashar Subject: Winter is the time to sort seeds and confer on a new growing season at one of the many farm conferences around the nation.How will the price of gas affect the price of food? Show #1127: California's Green -Gold Rush II; The Money - (10.25 MB) Listen Now Guests Cannabis Financial Consultants John Downs from Arcview and Gavin Kogan from Grupo Flor Subject: Cannabis is projected to generate so much money for California its treasurer is asking for a fleet of armored cars to pick it up and take it to Sacramento. But some now point to capitalism as being the cause of hunger, obesity, land-grabbing, global warming and environmental pollution. Show #1130: California's Green Gold Rush IV: Consequences - (40.16 MB) Listen Now Guest: Fred Krissman, Research Associate, Humboldt Institute for Interdisciplinary Marijuana Research, Emerald Triangle Subject: Show #1129: Monsanto's Settling of Science - (15.74 MB) Listen Now Guest: Carey Gillam, Author, White Wash: The Story of a Weed Killer, Cancer and the Corruption of Science Subject: Topics include how Monsanto settled the science on the safety of its weed-killer glyphosate; why some dispute the settling of that science; and whether consumers should believe that the science of glyphosate has been settled.forced ABC News to settle a $1.9 billion slander lawsuit out of court.Show #1108: Taking Dominion of the Animals - (10.03 MB) Listen Now Guest: Dr.- (15 MB) Listen Now Guests: Danny Merkley, Director of Water Resources, California Farm Bureau & Bill Wattenburg, Ph D, Engineer, Radio Host, Senior Research Scientist Research Foundation, California State University Subject: Show #1091: Safely Substantially Equivalent!

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How can a GMO be substantially equivalent to an non-GMO? - (14.73 MB) Listen Now Guest: Justine Smith, Doctoral Student, University of California, Santa Cruz Subject: Topics include the extent to which people, pumas and prey live in close proximity; how all are adjusting to living together; and whether people, as the apex predator, can live in harmony with other predators and their prey. - (15.25 MB) Listen Now Guests: Ecological Farming Foundation veterans Sam Earnshaw, Thomas Wittman and Deborah Yashar Subject: Winter is the time to sort seeds and confer on a new growing season at one of the many farm conferences around the nation.

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