Vaccinating Farmworkers In California / Reducing Greenhouse Gases / Spending Extra Money For Organic Produce, Best Restaurants In Sacramento
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Work continues at a winery in Clarksburg, Calif., last month. Farms are operating as essential businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Rich Pedroncelli / AP Photo
Today on Insight, where California stands with vaccinating farmworkers. And is organic produce worth the cost? We take a closer look, including what new research has to say about how changing what cattle are fed could significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Plus, breaking down The Sacramento Bee’s newest list of the area’s best restaurants.
- Politico Pro Agriculture and food policey reporter Liz Crampton discusses where California stands in terms of vaccinating farmworkers and how the nation is doing with this as we head into peak harvesting months
- UC Davis Department of Animal Science Professor and Associate Dean Dr. Ermias Kebreab talks about how changing what we’re feeding cattle could greatly reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the dairy and beef industries
- Toxicologists Dr. Alexis Temkin and Dr. Thomas Galligan on the Environmental Working Group’s ‘Dirty Dozen’ and ‘Clean 15’ lists, which help consumers decide whether spending extra for organic produce is worth the cost
- The Sacramento Bee Food and Beverage Reporter Benji Egel breaks down the paper’s new list of the 50 best restaurants in the region and how the restaurant industry is doing at this stage of the pandemic