Urban Farming in Detroit; Water Wars; Thai Food for Breakfast

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Could Detroit be the next hot bed of urban farming? Mike Score of Hantz Farms and Taja Sevelle of Urban Farming believe that the forty square miles of vacant lots, good soil and chronic unemployment in Detroit make it a perfect landscape for urban farming. Oakland farmers Novella Carpenter and Willow Rosenthal discuss how renters and apartment owners can acquire land for urban farming. It’s been a dry winter this year in California - Adan Ortega explains why Southern Californians should be concerned when the snow doesn’t fall in the Sierras. Wondering why your dishes aren’t as clean as they used to be? Brian Sansoni of the American Cleaning Institute talks about the 2010 ban on phosphates in dish washing detergent. Plus, Jonathan Gold takes us out for breakfast in Thai Town.