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4/20, SF, A Conversation with Growers about Farming & the Food We Eat

Melanie Wong | Apr 13, 201702:49 AM    

"The program is intended for consumers who question GMOs, conventional farming, and organic food. Two ends of the spectrum will be represented: large and small farmers alongside big agro-business. Our panel includes innovative farmers Andy Mariani of Andy’s Orchard and Deborah Olson of Olson Cherries, both from family farms in Silicon Valley for over 100 years. Additional panelists include Agripreneur Shannon Douglass from Glenn County California, Cannon Michael, owner of Bowles Farming Company in Los Banos, and social media outreach representative Janice Person from Monsanto, moderated by Robin Chapman."

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Let’s Get Smarter – A Conversation with Growers about Farming and the Food We Eat

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