Today, Patty hosts Scott Dye and Mary Dougherty, discussing a frequent yet very important topic on the show: clean water.
Scott Dye, a regional representative with the Socially Responsible Agriculture Project, also known as SRAP. Scott Dye owns a 130-acre farm in northern Missouri, where his neighbors include the eighty thousand hogs of a concentrated animal feedlot operation.
Mary Dougherty is the co-founder of the group Farms Not Factories, a group whose mission is to advocate “for the protection and stewardship of the land, air and water in the Lake Superior Basin by promoting sustainable agriculture and policies which support environmentally sound, socially responsible and profitable agriculture.”
Both Dye and Dougherty going to be at the 2016 Factory Farm Summit: Demanding Accountability in Animal Agriculture, which will take place in Green Bay, on September 10-11.
Link for Words for Water.