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WYSO Weekend: February 27, 2011
An interview with Tecumseh Land Trust's Krista Magaw, PoliticsOhio and more This week's edition begins with an interview with Krista Magaw from Tecumseh Land Trust about the Ohio Market Maker project, a database to link food producers and consumers. Click here for more information on the Ohio Market Maker project.

Ruby Wells Nicholson has led a long and full life. Born in Kentucky in 1910, Ruby survived the Great Flu Epidemic and saw the birth of the automobile. Today, Ruby and her daughter Jane Scott live in Yellow Springs. In this week's Miami Valley StoryCorps Ruby shared memories of rural life: the changing of the seasons, and preparations for spring. Also available here

Emily McCord speaks to NPR's Sonari Glinton for this week's edition of PoliticsOhio. He's a business reporter who has been in the state to report on Ohio's collective bargaining situation and speaks with McCord about how this fits in to the national scene. Also, he addresses the politics behind President Obama's silence on the matter during a recent visit to Ohio. Also available here.

This week's edition of WYSO Weekend ends with a song from last week's in-studio guests on Excursions, Chris Castle and the Womack Family Band.
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