The Homestead Radio Hour - February 2013 - Roger Ingram and Andrew Meyers: Economically Sustainable Farming

Date 18 February 2013

With hosts Phyllis and Julia Boorinakis-Harper

On this edition of the Homestead Radio Hour: When it comes to small, local farming, is “profit” a dirty word? Does farming and ranching need to be profitable? Tune in for a conversation with Roger Ingram, County Director for the UC Cooperative Extension, and Andrew Meyers, UCCE Ag Program Reperesentative and former owner/founder of Four Frog Farm, about the challenges that small farmers face, the balancing act between profitability, sustainability, and locality, and how we as a community can support and encourage local, sustainable agriculture as a viable practice.

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The Undernews - Jeanie interviews Paul Craig Roberts.

Date 31 August 2012

Jeanie interviews Paul Craig Roberts, former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury under Reagan, former Wall St. Journal editor, and recipient of the French Legion of Honor.

Decades of high level real-world financial experience, his conviction that the official 911 story is a cover up for a drive for world domination that is destroying the US economy and the true ideals of the US–our constitutional protections and concern for equality of opportunity–are behind his eloquent and always interesting analyses of our country’s precarious situation.

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Conversations with Michael Stone, November 16th, Charles Eisenstein: The Assent of Humanity

Date 16 November 2010

Professor, lecturer and workshop leader Charles Eisenstein is the Author of The Ascent of Humanity and the upcoming Sacred Economics, and two influential essays on money: Money and the Crisis of Civilization and Money and The Turning of Age A faculty member of Goddard College, he speaks and writes about civilization, economics, and the evolution of human consciousness.

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