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Here is what I posted on my facebook page and shared with several friends after hearing this show ... it was a breath of fresh air.

What does a “record-setting dead zone” mean for Louisiana’s coast? For Louisiana, the predicted large-scale hypoxia in the Gulf could not only affect the wildlife in the Mississippi River Delta but also the livelihoods and businesses of coastal residents that rely on commercial and recreational fishing.

Another win for Monsanto: US raises allowable levels of company’s pesticide in crops

Dr. Don M. Huber, emeritus professor of plant pathology at Purdue University, found in yet another examination that “Glyphosate draws out the vital nutrients of living things,” in turn removing most nutritional value from GMO foods

Mr. Curtis: "One thing that I think we're going to have to pay more attention to is what food sovereignty is or food security is. I mean, along with growing food, we're growing culture, we're growing community because we're growing structure, we're growing ideology, we're growing a lot of things to make sure that our existence is no longer threatened because of us being marginalized in a system that's killing us and we ain't got no say-so in our existence or how we live as human beings. So developing consciousness, I think, is very important. It's just not a warm and fuzzy garden, you know. We're not just growing food, we're becoming part of this process of existence in the whole ecology system that exists not just in the garden, but has existed since the beginning.

... It changes your culture because, when you rediscover like what can be eaten that's been there all along and you drive your car over it and mow it down, when you change your oil, you throw your oil on something that's very valuable. Now, instead of throwing pallets over something, someone will look up under the pallet and say, "You know, you could eat that." So that changes your relationship with the earth, but it changes your relationship with another person because, when they go to drive their car over it or spit on it or whatever they're going to do that's negative or disregarding this life, you have to find a way to explain it to them."

You can listen to the interview here. It's very rich and nutritionally dense for the spirit.