Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station are joined by Chad Cully, horticulturist at the Cincinnati Zoo's botanical gardens, in a discussion of how to replant and maintain our forests. Vital to the survival of our planet, our forests are under constant threat from development and climate change. How can we each do our small part to tend and care for this vital resource?
Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station are joined by Charlotte Colley, village administrator of New Concord, Ohio. They discuss the challenges faced by small town administrators as they deal with the impacts of climate change, as well as how a small towns can seek to implement and encourage more sustainable practices for the city and its residents.
Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station are joined by Chad Cully, horticulturist at the Cincinnati Zoo's botanical gardens, in a discussion of how to create a forest garden. This ancient practice takes advantage of the vertical nature of forests to create a sustainable and low-impact source of food, while maintaining the woodlands - the lungs of the world.
In this world of corporate media - where every message is meant to sell, either products or an agenda. When every upset whacko with a computer can claim to be a citizen journalist and post conspiracy theory after conspiracy theory online - or attack and rant. There is still a slice of the media pie open to local control - the community radio station. So what is this medium, and how does one go about setting up a local radio station. Join Annie and Jay Warmke and their guest Tim Chavez (of WGRN in Columbus, Ohio) for a discussion about the realities of sustainable living.