Going Local: A Sustainability Symposium
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Dairy Farming in the
Part 1: a look at the price of milk, as seen through the eyes
of one mid-size dairy farmer. Part 2: a visit to a cheese
manufacturer proposing drastic changes in the way North Country
farmers do business.
Paul Hawken on Natural
Author and businessman Paul Hawken envisions a new kind of
economy, one that protects natural resources, creates more
jobs, and gives businesses a competitive advantage.
Brian Mann reports on businesses in the Adirondacks that are
embracing private sector green initiatives. Its a new
kind of management that weds profits with a healthy
March 25, 2004, marked the first second Burt Symposium on Education,
Environment, and Economic Vitality at St. Lawrence University
in Canton NY. The gathering drew together community planners, educators,
business owners and engaged residents from all over the North Country
to explore models of sustainable development that flowed from and
preserved the character of distinct localities.
2008 North Country Public Radio, St. Lawrence University, Canton,
New York 13617-1475
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