|Patt Morrison with 89.3 FM – KPCC, conducted a remote broadcast from AGRIscapes on Nov. 16.|
|Agronomy student Patrick Dosier participated in the discussion.|
|(From left) Wayne Bidlack, Steve Pastor, Patrick Dosier and Jim Churchill during the radio broadcast.|
A podcast of the Southern California Public Radio broadcast from Cal Poly Pomona is available online.
Radio host, author and Los Angeles Times columnist Patt Morrison led a discussion at AGRIscapes on Nov. 16 exploring “The Changing Face of California Agriculture.”
Wayne Bidlack, dean of the College of Agriculture, who was recently appointed by the governor to State Board of Food and Agriculture, participated in the discussion. The discussion panel also featured Patrick Dosier, a Cal Poly Pomona agronomy student, Jim Churchill, owner and operator of Churchill Orchards and Steve Pastor of the Riverside County Farm Bureau.
KPCC, at 89.3 FM, is the leading public radio station in Southern California with about 500,000 listeners. The Pasadena-based radio station features the most National Public Radio news in the region.
Listen to the one-hour program online by visiting http://www.scpr.org/programs/ pattmorrison/ and clicking on the “listen” link for “California Agriculture in the 21st Century.”