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Lost Arts Radio Show #38 - Special Guests Jeffrey Smith and Katrina Blair

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This week, Lost Arts Radio welcomes a longtime world leader in the effort to educate the public to the dangers of GMO food and genetically engineered organisms in agriculture, so that informed consumers can turn the tide and remove GMO's from the food supply by voting with our dollars. Jeffrey Smith is the author of "Seeds of Deception and Genetic Roulette", and is the founder of Institute for Responsible Technology (www.responsibletechnology.org). He also has a new movie coming out, "Secret Ingredients", and support is needed to finish production. Please go to www.secretingredientsmovie.com, to see how you can help hasten its urgently needed public release. Jeffrey is here to explain to us how the battle for GMO free and pesticide free food is being won by the rise in consumer awareness and the change in buying patterns, even as the biotech companies with a complicit and cooperative Congress do their best to promote GMO's and protect them from the constituents they are supposed to serve.

Next we move from our hopeful news in the GMO fight, to insights into the beauty and health benefits of wild foods and a lifestyle in harmony with nature, from one of the great proponents of natural living who demonstrates what she teaches in her own life. Katrina Blair, founder of the Turtle Lake Refuge (www.turtlelakerefuge.org), takes us on an imaginary journey to meet the thirteen common wild plants that can be found throughout most of the world, and refers us to their pictures and more details on her website. Turtle Lake Refuge has inspired local government in the area to forsake some of their chemical methods of park management in favor of the organic methods Katrina and the devoted Turtle Lake Refuge personnel have been able to demonstrate for them.

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