Two Washingtonians with wildly different paths to farming have written a new handbook for the modern agricultural generation.
Guest Host: Jen Golbeck
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- Ashley Gallagher Veterinarian, Friendship Hospital for Animals
- Michael Guy Veterinarian for the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study at the Morris Animal Foundation
- Jessica Alfoldi Group leader for vertebrate genome biology at the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT
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