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Show #1119: Political Food Activism - (15.57 MB) Listen Now Guest: Julie Guthman, Ph D, Co-Author of The New Food Activism, Subject: Topic include why some believe free market forces have been insufficient to provide for a healthy food chain; how political activism has emerged to force needed change; and whether this activism can actually bring social justice to food. - (40.08 MB) Listen Now Subject: It would be much easier, and a lot cleaner, to grow organic food in water. Renee Dufault, Former FDA Inspector, Author of Unsafe At Any Meal Subject: Topics include how the FDA protects bad things in good food; what impact bad things can have on the human body; and what can be done to protect against bad things in good food.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.Show # 1104 : Strawberry Fields Forever - (20.4 MB) Listen Now Guests: University of California, Santa Cruz Professor of Soil Science Carol Shennan and Assistant Specialist, Margherita Zavatta Subject: Topics include why strawberry farming has come to rely on sterile soil and pesticides; what possibilities may be seen with biological soils; and whether strawberries, and other crops, can be mass-produced without pesticides.Show #1103: The Fake Meat of Silicon Valley - (10.23 MB) Listen Now Guests: San Francisco Chronicle Staff Writers Tara Duggan and Jonathan Kauffman Subject: Topics include the technology of producing fake meats; the financial opportunities seen in the fake meat industry, and speculation as to whether fake meat will grow into a real meat industry.