(October 24th, 2012) A panel discusses the upcoming Farm Bill legislation at Food Summit 3. Panel includes Barton H. "Buzz" Thompson, Jr., Robert E. Paradise Professor of Natural Resources Law and Perry L. McCarty Director, Woods Institute for the Environment; Kari Hamerschlag, Senior Food and Agriculture Analyst, Environmental Working Group; John Scholl, President of the American Farmland Trust; Michelle Simon, author, lawyer, President of Eat, Drink Politics; John Robbins, author, food activist.
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