On today's show, we had Gary Guthrie, an organic farmer from near Nevada, who talked about his missionary experiences in South America. The picture deals with agriculture practice in Bolivia (or rain forest destruction that Gary was trying to minimize). This was a follow through with the 01/15/2016 show that addressed the same topic. We also had Gale Seiler do an interview with Karin Sorenson, a parent and activist in Boone and Susan Arendt, a professor in Human Sciences at ISU talking about efforts to change the school lunch program in Boone schools. Finally, Pat Schlarbaum talked about the Pileated Woodpecker.
Originally broadcast 01/22/2016
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