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SUNDAY, April 15

0730 It's called community supported agriculture. And it's a new way to buy fresh vegetables. It's also a great way to connect with the farmers who GROW vegetables in Ontario. Lori Swartz is a member of the Pri Adamah Cutting Veg CSA in Toronto. Anne Waters is a member of the Roots and Shoots Farm CSA in Ottawa. They talked with Fresh Air's Karen Gordon.
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Learn more at the Cutting Veg CSA and
Roots and Shoots CSA websites.
There's even more info at the website for the Ontario Association of CSAs.
And, for a tasty read, check out Anne's food blog.

0800 The RMS Titanic sank 100 years ago. But that maritime tragedy continues to captivate us. Toronto author Hugh Brewster has written a number of books about that ill-fated journey. He joined Mary ito to talk about our fascination with the Titanic and those who sailed on her.
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Hugh's book is called RMS Titanic: Gilded Lives On A Fatal Voyage.
It's published in Canada by Collins.
You can learn more at Hugh's website.
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0830 April is Poetry Month. So Mary invited a pair of professional poets to join her. Their names: Priscila Uppal and Molly Peacock. Priscila and Molly are also co-editors of The Best Canadian Poetry in English 2011. It's published by Tightrope Books.
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If you'd like to know more about their book, check out the Tightrope Books website.
Some other websites worth a visit include the Griffin Poetry Prize, the U of T Poetry Online and the Poets Canada websites.
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