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    Oct312015

    Episode 65 :: Mel Lions: Why Food Choices Are Our Best Portal to Making Differences Ecologically

    Mel Lions, program manager at Wild Willow Farm and devoted educator, on how we can best create alternatives to the destructive practices of industrialized agriculture and factory farming.

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