Planting Hope: Reversing Deforestation and Poverty through Education

27Mar

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By combining fair trade principles and humanitarian work, the incredible efforts of one non-profit empower small-scale Central American farmers to make a living and produce a healthier harvest.


Guest(s):
Florence Reed, President & Founder, Sustainable Harvest International, Ellsworth, ME

Hip Hop Goes Green: The Impact of Music & Message

19Mar

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What do a music movement and a food movement have in common? The power to change the face of obesity, encourage living sustainably and instilling healthy habits in our youth. Tune in this week to hear how one program is using hip hop as a tool for change. 


Guest(s):
Keith Tucker, Producer, Pursuit of a Green Planet, Seattle, WA

A Journey to Wholeness: The Relationship Between Faith & Psychology

13Mar

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This hour goes beyond spirituality into what Jung called "the privilege of a lifetime" - "to become who you truly are." Join us as we explore the opportunity for personal growth within yourself and through community.


Guest(s): Dr. J. Pittman McGehee, Episcopal Priest & Jungian Analyst, Inner Journey Retreat, Austin, TX

Sunshine, Soil, Water & Love: A Story of the World’s Seed Supply

5Mar

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The vast majority of seeds is now in the hands of a few multinational companies. Why is that an issue? This week we look at the the implications for farmers, the Earth, and our plate and the critical importance of seed sovereignty.


Guest(s):
Sean Kaminsky, Director & Producer, Open Sesame: The Story of Seeds, New York, NY

Sunshine, Soil, Water & Love: A Story of the World’s Seed Supply

5Mar

The vast majority of seeds is now in the hands of a few multinational companies. Why is that an issue? This week we look at the the implications for farmers, the Earth, and our plate and the critical importance of seed sovereignty.


Guest(s):
Sean Kaminsky, Director & Producer, Open Sesame: The Story of Seeds, New York, NY

What’s in Season: Tropical Fruit

27Feb

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Bring the flavor of the tropics into your home today. In this hour we look at the climates that provide us these nutrient-dense fruits, how to choose for flavor, how to cut and store, and much more.


Guest(s):
Earl Herrick, Founder & Owner, Earl's Organic Produce, San Francisco, CA

Natural Spring Cleaning: Planning for a Healthy Year at Home

20Feb

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Join us as we uncover the simplest plan - and equally simple recipes - for the once-a-year ritual of Spring Cleaning. Don't be daunted: you'll have fun, save money, and keep your home toxin-free.


Guest(s):
Amy Kolb Noyes, Author, Nontoxic Housecleaning, Lake Elmore, VT

Wolf Therapy: Ancient Bond, Modern Healing

13Feb

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How can connecting with man's first animal companion provide us the ability to connect with ourselves and our communities? Tune in this hour to learn about two retreat centers using wisdom from the animal kingdom to recover from today's traumas.


Guest(s):
Joni Ogle, Director of Young Adult Programs, Promises Treatment Center, Malibu, CA

Racing Towards Green: New Ideas for Sustainable Sporting Events

5Feb

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An exploration of what communities and people can do to make our sporting get togethers more inclusive while reducing our ecological footprint.


Guest(s):
Keith Peters, Executive Director, Council for Responsible Sport, Portland, OR

The Paleo Point of View: Keeping it Real

29Jan

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Find yourself wondering what the Paleo Diet is all about? We uncover all of the surprising and delicious details in this hour: from what you can eat to the best substitutions for your favorite guilty pleasure foods.


Guest(s):
Ali Rakowski, Author, Bowls of Love: Paleo Soups for the Seasons, Stamford, CT

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