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Jan 18, 2010

The great thing about our zesty little podcast, Two Beers With Steve, is the range of topics we can cover on this show. In this episode we discuss topics ranging from Peak Oil to organic farming to DDT to local farmer markets. Our guest was Chris Bedford, filmmaker of the film 'What Will We Eat?' which questions the sustainability of our current food system.


Fietz
over five years ago

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Mimmie
over five years ago

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Tamanna
over five years ago

Dear Prof. Haran:Nice to see the invitation. This iitanitive in extending warm welcome to join hands in person and mae the global level delibrations is yet another proof to demonstrate your love for the languaage and concern for the community. In fact, I felt happy as if it was an invitation extended by the organisers of the gala event directly. Besides, this enables to impress my people at home to organize my travel arrangement to attend the forthcoming event being heard as rumour for the last couple of months. Through you, I seize this opportunity to thank the organizing committe to have thought of such an event. It'll undoubtly be a meaningful celebrations for young and old alike who would attend from different parts globally.I pray Almighty to make the event a grand success and purposeful. In all probability, my sincere desire in attending the same would become a reality for as a person, I'm for meeting and greeting of everyone of our COMMUNITY.My regards to all. Look forward to meeting you at the venue.Rajamani, Bengaluru

Manuela
over five years ago

I sent 368 in July, and have sent 404 since the 2nd of August. I am slowly cbimling each month, since I only used to send 20 a month.I have a youth that is on prepaid cards and sent like 1000 in 3 days.

jed
almost nine years ago

What a great show, you guys have been producing some excellent, excellent material. Please keep it up.

jed

F.
almost nine years ago

In reference to your topic. If you would like an excellent book on the history of agriculture since the second would war I strongly recommend Douglas Harpers book Changing Works, which was, recommend by James Howard Kunstler.