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The Hale Center Report

October 1 at 8:30pm

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The Hale Center for Journalism special projects reporter, Mike McGraw, looked deeply into the issue of meat inspection and shares the full story with co-hosts Nick Haines and Janet Saidi in this special. The program will also feature a segment on the resurgence of gleaning, the process of taking advantage of the leftover food in harvested fields and an interview with Harvest Public Media’s Jeremy Bernfeld about the series “My Farm Roots.”

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