Episode 1012  
  • California High School Farm Studies California High School Farm Studies These students at two high schools in the California city of Elk Grove are taking courses tailored to give them a head start on a career in agriculture.
  • New Jersey Soy Powered Buses New Jersey Soy Powered BusesFor one school district in New Jersey, they’ve found that bio-fuels made from soybeans can help get the kids to school on time.
  • Farm to Fork: Cheese Farm to Fork: Cheese Chef Sharon Profis is in the kitchen with advice on making your own “cottage style” cheese at home and a cheesy biscuit recipe that’s flavorful and crusty.
  • Minnesota Sewer Man Fights Pollution Minnesota Sewer Man Fights Pollution On certain days Dave Legvold becomes “Sewerman” in the classroom. His goal is to teach students an environmental lesson about how their daily routine impacts water quality.

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