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🔊 Listen: #457SEO… Rural Life Matters


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The latest episode of #457SEO features the longest one we’ve ever produced. It’s also the first one to include our Public Opinion segment.  The whole point of our work is to introduce listeners to information and viewpoints that are distinctly about improving the quality of life for southeast Ohioans. <— So, yeah, we’re trying a few things, and letting people express their grievances and present their solutions. We’ll see how it goes…

In this episode:
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Nick Nolan, dairy farmer from Gallia County.

•Local dairy farmer and head entremanure (his term) of Laurel Valley Creamery, Nick Nolan, joins Aaron Payne, Susan Tebben, Atish Baidya, and Allison Hunter to talk politics, the demise of local agriculture, and his expectations from public media. He gives it to us straight – no chaser.

  •Former State Representative, Debbie Phillips, discusses ways she’s working toward this region’s economic development to help combat the “diseases of despair & hopelessness” that are, among other things,  killing middle-aged white males.
  •New work from Water Witches (they’ll  record a custom song for you in their coven! 👀) &  Jake Eddy, the teen who expanded his Bluegrass roots to by making record an album on his smart phone.