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Sierra Club Radio - July 18, 2009

This week on Sierra Club Radio: 1) Lisa Hamilton, author of Deeply Rooted: Unconventional Farmers in the Age of Agribusiness 2) Jenny Coyle talks about Sierra Club Trails, a new hiking website for sharing trails and tips 3) Mary Anne Hitt on the risks of coal ash spills, and how to find out if one of these at-risk sites is in your area 4) Matt Leonard from Greenpeace USA, on their recent banner dropped from the top of Mt. Rushmore calling for action on global warming.

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