Aaron Woolf

Documentary filmmaker

Guest

Producer and director of King Corn, a documentary film critiquing our dependence on corn

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Drought and King Corn

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Corn is basic to America's diet, from feed for all the animals we eat, to cereal and even Gatorade. We also depend on fuel from corn-made ethanol.

Drought: A Slow-Moving Disaster

Corn is basic to America's diet, from feed for all the animals we eat, to cereal and even Gatorade. We also depend on fuel from corn-made ethanol.

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