This week Chefs Chris & Juice explore fake news and how to identify it as well as go through the intricacies of organic farming. What is it exactly and how does it benefit the planet?

Rutgers Fake News Resource: Steps and Tools for Evaluating the News – Evaluating News Resources – Research Guides at Rutgers University

Organic farming: Climate solutions in the food sector | Climate Connect

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