July 25, 2021
Passing with a large bi-partisan majority and largely under the radar - Congress has recently passed the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act, generically known as the "technology bill" - a massive $250 billion bill that will have a dramatic impact on science and technology for decades to come.
Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of the contents and ramifications to this dramatic legislation on sustainability, robotics, microchips and even space travel.
July 18, 2021
Destiny Dame of Dame Good Construction talks with Jay and Annie Warmke of Blue Rock Station about her journey as she establishes herself in the world of sustainable construction - a field largely dominated by men. Her business plan focuses on creating comfortable and sustainable shelters... for women... by women.
She discusses her motivation, barriers she has faced, and the process of gathering the skills and tools to make a living building shelters that add to the habitability of the planet.
July 11, 2021
Many farmers and homeowners have a tract of woodlands on their property. But few know if this forest is healthy – or even what to look for in a healthy forest.
Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station are joined by Alex Kindler, a forest management expert for a discussion of the basics of proper forest management – and how a managed forest can not only be good for the planet – but profitable for those who temporarily control its destiny.