Cleaning House: Save Time, Money & Your Health with Nontoxic Solutions

• April 17th, 2014

Debunking the myth that nontoxic cleaners are less effective, this week we look at what works for every room of the house and how to make your own with a few pantry staples.


Guest(s):

Amy Kolb Noyes, 

Author, Nontoxic Cleaning, Stowe, VT

Karl Robillard, 

Communications & Outreach Manager, St. Anthony Foundation, San Francisco, CA

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Coconut: Health and Harvest

• April 11th, 2014

From coconut milk to meat to water, coconut products are everywhere in the market. Are they good for us? What’s the environmental impact of coconut production? An exploration of coconuts in this tropical hour.

Guest(s):

Dr. Bruce Fife

Founder, The Coconut Research Center, Colorado Springs, CO

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Planting a Seed: Gardening Advice for the Novice

• April 3rd, 2014

Ever wanted to start a garden but really didn’t know how? Do it this year - from windowsill to backyard, from herbs to flowers to vegetables


Guest(s):
Derek Fell, Author, Grow This!, Pipersville, PA
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The Natural Baby: Get ‘Em Started Right

• March 27th, 2014

Everything we can do to make the time before and after birth the most healthy, happy and enjoyable time for both mother and baby. 


Guest(s):
Dr. Debby Hamilton, MD, MSPH, Holistic Pediatrician, Holistic Pediatric Consulting, Boulder, CO
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Racing Towards Green: New Ideas for Sustainable Sporting Events

• March 20th, 2014

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
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Listening: The True Power of Love

• March 13th, 2014

Exploring what it means to truly listen to ourselves, our loved ones and nature, and the lifelong benefits of an attentive relationship with the world. 


Guest(s): Susan Gillis Chapman, Author & Family Therapist, The Five Keys to Mindful Communication, Vancouver, B.C.
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Allergies: What’s Your Reaction?

• March 6th, 2014

Learn to differentiate between allergies, intolerances, and sensitivities in this hour as we look at possible causes for reactions and what we can do about them.


Guest(s):
Dr. Todd Born, Naturopathic Doctor & Co-Owner, Born Naturopathic Associates, Alameda, CA
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Holistic Nutrition: How Alternative Became Mainstream

• February 27th, 2014

For 25 years, Bauman College has helped change the dialogue from food as fuel to food as medicine. Join us as we look at the evolution of nutrition and how society is now recognizing the power of food.


Guest(s):
Ed Bauman,Founder & Director, Bauman College, Penngrove, CA
Karen Rotstein, Executive Director, Bauman College, Penngrove, CA
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Camino de Santiago: A Walk to Remember

• February 21st, 2014


Guest(s): Lydia B. Smith, Director & Producer, Walking the Camino: Six ways to Santiago, Portland, OR
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The History of Earl’s Organic: Outgrowing Conventional for 25 Years

• February 13th, 2014

Join us in this celebration of all things organic as we reflect with an early pioneer on the beginnings of the real food movement.


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