Nicolette Hahn Niman

rancher and former environmental attorney

Guest

Rancher and co-owner of BN Ranch, which is based in Marin County and specializes in grass-fed cattle, and author of Defending Beef: The Case for Sustainable Meat Production; former environmental lawyer with the Waterkeeper Alliance, she lives on a cattle ranch in Bolinas, California with her husband Bill Niman, one of the nation's most well-known grass-based ranchers

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Every five years, the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee issues a report used to shape federal nutrition policy — including the $16 billion school lunch program.

America's Diet…and the Environment?

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Beef dinners have been a Christmas tradition for many American families, but more and more cooks are hearing, "I don't eat red meat anymore."

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Beef dinners have been a Christmas tradition for many American families, but more and more cooks are hearing, "I don't eat red meat anymore."

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