Season #2 Episode #32: Aparajita Sengupta: Rejuvenating a Small Farm in India
Through the help of a Cynipid grant, host Mary Swander interviews Fulbright Scholar Aparajita Sengupta who is presently in residence at the College of Agriculture at the University of Kentucky. Sengupta is writing a book about women farmers both in the U.S. and aboard. She tells of establishing a CSA, learning the science of permaculture, and rejuvenating a small farm near Calcutta, India.
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Today’s episode was produced and mixed by Rick Brewer of Brewhaha Audio Productions.