In this episode of Slow Ride Stories, we talk to hip hop artist and urban farmer Decora Sandiford about life in the historic river town of Newburgh, N.Y. When it's a struggle just to meet basic needs, he says, climate change can seem a little abstract: "There's no polar ice caps in Newburgh."
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