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Rebecca Burgess of the Fibershed Project updating us on their latest projects and their upcoming Wool Symposium on 11-16-13 at the Dance Palace in PRS. You can find out more about all of their projects at www.fibershed.com. Robin and Rebecca spent the last ten minutes of the show expressing concern about the horrible risk that Fukushima poses to humanity and the lack of information and coverage by the media, as well as the lack of involvement by the US. They urged that folks who care about this issue call their representatives and ask them to become involved and to contact the media outlets they use and ask for some investigative coverage and information.
The article that Robin and Rebecca referred to regarding Fukushima can be found at:
Just founded in March of 2013, CropMobster is dramaticall changing how farming and communities are in relationship.
Local events covered and at the 15 minute mark, Peter Prows, attorney for Drakes Bay Oyster Company discusses recent court decision and next steps. Kevin Lunny, DBOC owner checks in toward the end of the show to share the mindset and challenges of his workers and family as their family owned business surfs the ups and downs of their legal battle to stay in operation.