Lynn Hurtak visits from the Tampa City Council to talk about various affordable housing scenarios including co-op housing. Walter talks about upcoming trip to D.C. as we discuss soil and waterway contamination with a nod to scientist who have warned humanity is in the 6th extinction event. Callers and e-mailers talked about jobs with dignity… Read more »
Sustainable Living: Water rights settlements and the Bureau of Indian AffairsRead More
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Sustainable Living: ForagingRead More
Sustainable Living: Sweetwater Organic Community FarmRead More
Sustainable Living: Native Plants and WildlifeRead More
Sustainable Living: The Urban ForestRead More
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Sustainable Living: Solar United Neighbors
We talked with Heaven Cambell. We talked about the history and background of how she started Solar United Neighbors.
Sustainable Living: the energy burden and solutions
On Sustainable Living, we discuss solving the energy burden for undeserved community members and local nonprofit in Sarasota.
Sustainable Living: The tree canopy study
On this weeks show we had three guest speakers, who discussed their involvement in Tree Canopy Study and how you can get involved.
Sustainable Living: Protecting Florida’s birds of prey and dangers of rodenticides
Florida’s bird’s of prey and the dangers of rodenticide towards our environment and our animals. Guest speaker for today is Barb Walker.
Sustainable Living: Gardening
We had a guest speaker named Ginny Stibolt who helps people learn how to garden. She is a author who has wrote numerous books.
Sustainable Living: Community Gardens
Sustainable living talks to Lena and Kitty about Coalition of Community Gardens. They discuss how it started and about the community gardens.
FoodRescueUS chapter in central FL feeds thousands
Today our guests are Whitney Mikkelsen and Jessica Ojea! We talked about food insecurity, food deserts and local solutions. But first we had a visit with Laurie Walker who is the director of USF Botanical Gardens. This Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th from 10am-3pm is the summer sale. USF Botanical Gardens members early entry is… Read more »
Bertha Vazquez, ScienceSaves education director, discusses why science literacy is vital to sustainability
Bertha Vazquez, ScieneSaves education director, discusses why science literacy is vital to sustainability
MidPoint: Winning the Water Wars
For decades, the country (and the Tampa region specifically) has faced a Water War. Debates and fights over who has it, who doesn’t, how we get it, and who pays for it have been a longstanding issue. On MidPoint this week, host Shelley Reback spoke with Mariella Smith, County Commissioner and Vice Chair of Tampa Bay Water board of directors, and George Cassidy, Assistant Administrator of Hillsborough County Public Utilities.