Episode 420   addthis
Host Paul Ryan travels to Colorado to learn about livestock. Reporter Craig Miller explores a movement to improve watersheds and grassland in California. Reporter Sarah Gardner is in Oregon where a seafood company uses a unique approach to insuring that the catch is fresh. Jason Shoultz travels to Wisconsin to learn about a very special winery.

Tracking The CatchTracking The Catch
Concerns about food safety prompt a new program that is tracking a harvest from the ocean. The Pacific Seafood Company in Warrenton, Oregon is using modern technology to track each piece of fish caught as well as provide customers access to detailed information about where the fish on their table came from.

 

 

Improving The PastureImproving The Pasture
In the high mountain meadows above Californias Sacramento Valley, a quiet revolution is taking place. Environmentalists join forces with a group of California ranchers to improve watersheds and grassland. Ultimately benefitting everyone, no matter which side of the fence theyre on.

 

Zapata RanchZapata Ranch
The vast Zapata Ranch, located in South Central Colorado has more than 100,000 acres of horses, cattle, bison, and intensive conservation efforts to preserve it. Its a unique opportunity for urban folks to experience what a working cattle and bison ranch is like on the inside.

 

Wine & RomanceWine & Romance
There is award winning wine and romance in the vineyards of "America's Dairyland." Phillipe and Julie Coquard manage the Wollsersheim Winery in Wisconsin. The two met and fell in love shortly after Philippe came to the United States from France and started working at Wollersheim, which was owned by Julie's father at the time.

 




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