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A Texas town welcomes dairies; a New Mexico activist fights them

Audio - November 28, 2011 by Stephanie Paige Ogburn
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Stephanie Paige Ogburn interviews an activist in New Mexico who worked with the state to regulate pollution from groundwater, then speaks with an economic development director in Muleshoe, Texas -- just across the border -- who has actively recruited dairies to her town.

Douglas McIntosh
Douglas McIntosh Subscriber
Apr 27, 2012 01:27 AM
I'm need the mp3 of the podcast so I can download it. Oh well, back to the printed edition.

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