We’re really incredibly proud of this episode of Western Skies. It’s heavy on the information and an attention grabber all the way through. If you care about the food you eat and where it comes from, we guarantee you’ll learn something great. If you missed it, you can listen to the whole thing or the individual spots HERE at the Western Skies page at KRCC.org. You can also always catch the repeat on the third Sunday of each month, which will be the 18th at 11 a.m. on KRCC.

 

One Response to Western Skies Does Agriculture

  1. MacGeek says:

    So when are you going to start updating the PodCast???

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