Meat Industry and Trade, Sustainability -- Oregon, Agriculture
Interview of Bernard Smith by Kyle Dykstra on February 28th, 2010.
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Bernard Smith owns and operates Full of Life Farm in St. Paul, Oregon. He grew up on the farm, and left it after high school. He earned a BA in Finance from Oregon State University, and a MBA from Santa Clara College. He went on to work in finance for Charles Schwab in San Francisco. After hearing a lecture on nutrition by Dr. Thomas Cowan, MD, Bernard Smith and his wife, Michelle, returned to the farm in 2003 to raise grass-fed meat.
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Dykstra, Kyle, "Interview with Bernard Smith, Full of Life Farms, 2010 (audio)" (2010). Sustainability History Project. http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/10891