When the BioMass Hits the Wind Turbine
067 - History of Oil (Dead White Scientists Series)

067 - History of Oil (Dead White Scientists Series)

January 26, 2020

Who was the first to discover oil?  Was it in Pennsylvania, or West Virginia (museums are built claiming this), or a small well in Caldwell Ohio that is still polluting the ground water?  Or should credit be given to the Chinese, or the Native Americans who used oil for medicine and to waterproof their homes and canoes - long before white men set foot on the land.  And just how "free" is the "free market" that the fossil fuel industry claims to hold near and dear? Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of dead white scientists and their continuing impact on the realities of sustainable living.

066 - Donating Sustainably (How to give your time, money and things away without getting taken)

066 - Donating Sustainably (How to give your time, money and things away without getting taken)

January 19, 2020

Most people are pretty generous.  We like to give our time, money, old clothes, household items away to those who can use and appreciate them.  But often we find that the charities we are told to support have agendas we don't agree with, pay their executives huge salaries, and waste much that they receive.  So how can we be true to our belief system, be generous, but also be assured that what we give actual goes to those in need?  Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of the realities of sustainable living.

065 - Feeding Your Pets for Health (Sustainable Pet Care)

065 - Feeding Your Pets for Health (Sustainable Pet Care)

January 12, 2020

Many of the illnesses suffered by your pets are the result of an unhealthy diet and lifestyle.  So what are some of the healthy, natural, and sustainable ways you can feed and care for your pets without breaking the bank or incurring massive vet bills.  Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of the realities of sustainable living.

064 - Early Homes of America (the Pioneers didn’t all live in log cabins) - Dead White Scientists Series

064 - Early Homes of America (the Pioneers didn’t all live in log cabins) - Dead White Scientists Series

January 5, 2020

Early settlers of America found the most comfortable homes were often similar to those inhabited by the Native Americans who had survived in this climate for thousands of years.  Early residents of Philadelphia built cave homes along the Delaware River - but where forced to abandon them when William Penn decided they were not "British" enough.  Homes made of sod, grass, mud, and yes - even log cabins dotted the landscape.  So what did the early pioneers build and why?  And why did it all change?  Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of dead white scientists and their continuing impact on the realities of sustainable living.

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