By Edward Chamberlain-Bell
1. The Food Cops are talking about growing your own herbs and vegetables, composting and going organic. First guest is Melanie Walker who has been working in the television and film industry, on both sides of the camera, and also on Radio Today. Want to know how to start growing your own vegetables & do something for the community? Melanie has the answer.
2. Cresset House does incredible work assisting people who are intellectually challenged. Part of their activities includes teaching their villagers abouts organic management of the land. With the benefit of so many years’ experience, as well as the current skills of their qualified agronomist and their ongoing quest to continually advance their expertise in the organic arena- you can only learn something from them. Elrina van Schaardenburgh, CEO of Cresset House, tells us where they sell their excess produce to the public so you can also buy tasty, fresh produce. Edward Chamberlain-Bell met her at Fourways Farmers Market- where he likes to buy all his organic groceries. www.cresset.org.za/
3. Laura McDermid began her journey into complementary medicine because she decided to take her well-being into her own hands and made some radical decisions which would alter the course of her life forever. In 2005 she abandoned her career with a well-known pharmaceutical company to pursue her passion in alternative health- and today she made another radical decision: she joined The Food Cops as a co-host! www.allabouthealth.co.za/
The Food Cops is broadcast on Saturdays from 12h00 to 13h00 (GMT+2). Radio Today (@Radio2Day) broadcasts on 1485 AM in Johannesburg and country-wide on DStv audio channel 169. Stream: http://bit.ly/ZlO4VA and 1485.mobi. Radio Today! Radio that delivers!
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