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Domestic violence a pandemic today. Hear one woman's brave journey from domestic violence to green bliss and urban farming . Special guest Asante George go to www. Asantegeorge. Com. also www. greensoulmovement. com
Today show we have Tracy Patterson, Brenday Fisher, Grandma Rene Abdullah, with special guest Asante George with Urban Farming , greenliving tips for home, and herbal remedies. Our website is www. greensoulmovement. com
Green Earth PR Network unites the extraordinary communication expertise of consultants respected for both knowledge and connections in the green community. I started this group to expand the intellectual capacity and creativity offerings available to each of our clients.
My communications experience includes regional nonprofits, Capitol Hill, state government and green product manufacturers. Past and current projects/clients include: Milliken & Company, Forbo, Earth Share of Georgia, and U.S. Green Building Council. With a vocabulary that ranges from Alternative Energy to Zero Waste, organizations rely on my capability for writing clarity, communication strategy development and project management. Whether your audience is a nation or a neighborhood, we work to identify and achieve your communication goals. Focusing on details generates effective public relations strategies aligned with larger organization goals: What do you want to accomplish? How does your story differ from the competition? What are the top information channels for your audience? What resources are available and are you applying them to your best advantage? What are the perceptions?
A master’s degree in environmental city planning combines with journalism training and more than 20 years in media, government, nonprofit and business settings. I founded Atlanta Green Communicators on LinkedIn to fill a gap in professional resources.
Seniors our the gold of our communities. Listen and learn from them as they speak about the green scene of healing and so much more. She will talk about fall prevention, upcoming events, Call in on elderly concerns with Dorothy Poston
Created and founded by Mary Blackmon, Farm Star Living is the first of its kind – a new lifestyle brand celebrating both the lives of real farmers and the farming lifestyle in general so that people everywhere can better understand, appreciate and support farmers and the world of farming.
Mary is a 3rd generation farmer from Arkansas, who left her hometown to pursue college and a career in advertising sales and marketing in Los Angeles, Atlanta and New York City. She worked for publishing houses and internet companies (Wired, Walt Disney Internet Group). In NYC in 2002, she founded Spa-Addicts.com, the first national discount site for the spa & wellness industry. She grew it into a multi-million dollar business and a leader in the industry, and attracted hundreds of thousands of women as well as sponsors.
In 2008, however, she learned most of her family farm bordering Ark / LA would be sold. Not wanting to lose the family heritage and farmland her family before her had so cherished, Mary, along with the support of her brother Douglas, was adamant to preserve and keep the remaining farmland. She then began making changes in her life so that she could move from Los Angeles back South in order to keep, operate and run the farm. She bought back her grandparents house and renovated it, and discovered that “saving the family farm” had changed her life forever – and for the better. Today she admits that she is happier than ever & inspired, loving the farming business and now launching Farm Star Living, which she felt compelled to create for the good of farming and the people she has met along her new path. She hopes that Farm Star Living will provide farmers the respect, acknowledgment and support they so deserve and attract new farmers as well as support the current ones.
Join me and Karen Winship for an educational hour on how green living personally and environmentally affects the whole in regards to our physical bodies and our energy systems. This will be an eye opening look at what most people don't know about the products we use everyday and the effect they have on us and our world.
Watch this 4 minute video and you will begin to understand: www.makegreengogreen.com/karenwinship
Joining us today is Alison Thomas, president of Keep My Planet Green, offering small businesses and consumers an easy way and affordable way to support renewable energy and sustainable practices. The company is part of Sterling Planet, the nation’s leading supplier of renewable energy and low carbon solutions and EPA’s Green Power Leadership Award winner for the past two years. Alison joined Keep My Planet Green after 18 years with Southern Progress / Time, Inc. As national director of sales and marketing, she ran the Coastal Living Homes program and became involved in the promotion of green building products and practices working with well-known consumer brands across the country. Her career also was immersed in the travel and tourism industry, which prompted the formation of the development of the Certified Green Lodging Destination program for Keep My Planet Green.
Amy Linde is a thirty-year veteran of marketing and business development working for Fortune 500 brands. She began focusing on the renewable energy field in 2009, primarily sales and installation of commercial scale solar energy systems, and recently partnered with Keep My Planet Green to develop school fundraising programs.
Alison and Amy have joined us today to announce the launch an exciting new campaign in partnership with Southeast Green. We’re kicking off a challenge for our listening audience to offset their car’s emissions, and our goal is 500 cars. We’re calling it the GASCAR 500 Clean Air Challenge. But first let’s find out a little more about Keep My Planet Green and what offsets are.
This show is about living with Quails.
Believe me. It's not easy. They are all kinds of trouble. And herding them is about as difficult as herding cats. Oh. And don't get me started about Cats.
The stories I could tell you.
But, back to Quails. We have big quails and little quails and all sizes in between.
But when you have a husband, who is named after the Quail, and whose great great grandfather, the Ornatholigist discoverded that Quail and is famous … well … that's hard to live down.
And Stress-Free Simplicity
We live in a time where we’re not considered “green” enough unless we quit our day job and devote our entire life to attaining a totally carbon-neutral lifestyle, or throw out all of our possessions and replace them with their new “green” alternatives. I, for one, am not willing to give up my refrigerator for a year and I won’t be trading in my car for a bike.
This whole eco-friendly thing seems to have devolved into a horrific cycle of guilt, shaming and one-upping, and as a result people are becoming annoyed and exhausted.
How can you go about realistically adopting an eco-friendly lifestyle without losing your mind from the soul-destroying guilt of not going completely “green”?
There is a way . . . many ways actually. There are things we can do that are small enough, simple enough and require so little effort that anyone can do them . . . if they want to. If you do, the impact will be greater than you could ever possibly imagine for generations to come.
Join one of new staff members, Jessica LeMaster, as she adds to our magazine-on-tape service with her article "Positioned for Missions" in the My Witnessing Story column in the Summer 2014 Blessed Living Women's E-Magazine.
We realize how busy everyone is so we offer this magazine-on-tape service so that you can listen to the magazine as you run errands around town. In this podcast, Jessica not only reads her fantastic article of how God provided for her every step of the way on three mission trips to South Africa, Hong Kong, and India, but she adds some behind-the-article information after her reading.
I think you'll really enjoy hearing Jessica's testimony and her enthusiasm for the LORD.
The entire magazine is offered for FREE at www.blwemag.com. Please tell your friends and family about this magazine. And if God is laying an article on your heart, let us know about it.