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Friday, March 26, 2010

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • School lunches get a makeover
    School lunch programs are just one front in the battle against obesity. In an effort to address the quality and nutritional value of those programs, many Minnesota school districts are shifting to fewer processed foods and more fresh food from local farmers.9:06 a.m.
    JoAnne Berkenkamp: Director of the program for local foods at the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy.
    Jean Ronnei: Director of nutrition and commercial services with St. Paul Public Schools.
  • Greening urban architecture
    A radical architect has ideas on promoting environmentalism in cities with stackable cars and homes built into trees. He also says "sustainable" is not a good enough word to describe his goals for buildings.10:06 a.m.
    Mitchell Joachim: is an architect and Co-Founder at Terreform ONE (is a non-profit design group that promotes green design in cities) and Terrefuge (Ecological Design Group for Urban Infrastructure, Building, Planning, and Art). Currently he is on faculty at Syracuse and the University of Toronto.

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