This live episode features Patricia’s interview with Akiva Silver, owner of the Twisted Tree Farm, whose new book explores how farmers can use trees to improve their land, help climate and diversify their income.
Mark talks to Dr. Kaylyn Kirkpatrick of Cornell AgriTech. Kaylyn manages the Cornell Brewing Extension (CBE) program which provides analytical lab services, educational content, and brewing resources to the craft beer community in New York State.
Kitty Gifford interviews biologist Ann Bybee-Finley about why cover crops are so important to soil ecology.
Lastly, Esther Racoosin captures the essentials of computer bug discovery in a conversation with Paul Anderson – a specialist in code security.
Contributors: Patricia Waldron | Kitty Gifford | Liz Mahood | Mark Sarvary | Cil Barnett-Neef | Esther Racoosin
Hosts: Esther Racoosin | Daniel Kolbin | Luisa Torres | Nick Segerson | Cil Barnett-Neef
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