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Tune in this Wednesday, July 11th at 12:00 P.M. for "ReNewable Now" with your host, Peter Arpin! This week, Peter will be joined with the Director of Programs from Grow Smart Rhode Island, Sheila Brush.
The topic will be focused on Urban Greens, a food co-op, and include a discussion with Urban Greens' Cassie Tharinger and Matt Tracy pertaining to building a regional food infrastructure. Cassie Tharinger is currently the marketing manager for a year-round farmers market in Bristol, RI and has been involved with Urban Greens since 2004. Matt Tracy is also a vegetable farmer from Red Plant Vegetables. You can listen to ReNewable Now on the radio (WARL 1320 A.M.) or online at 1320warlradio.com.
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It's not just the TEA Party and Libertarians fighting the establishment Rs and Ds. There's another rebel group called the Greens. Are they just far Left hippies we can dismiss, or can they be an ally in the cause for liberty and a return to constitutional governance?
Join hosts Bill Yarbrough and Scott Pettigrew asd they welcome Green Party activist Bob Hart. Bob is running for Congress in Ohio's 12 District and has a great deal of knowedge about Ohio politics and how his party fits into the political landscape.
The day starts off with Eric Harris and Mark, his brother on a show called, Renaissance Rappin’. A couple of education driven Black Americans that talk (that’s where the rappin’ comes in) about today’s drama and critical situations. The employment crisis for Blacks, political representation, celebrity talk, and questions and answers that plague our country. This ain’t kindergarten or high school, this is mind elevation and the raising of the plateau on mountains of stress relation issues that have potential correction abilities. Join them 347-205-9366 –
THEN IT IS KINGS IN THE MORNING
You know these guys – you either love them, or hate them, or you’re in the middle, you haven’t figured it out yet, but you keep coming because one of their main ingredients is L A U G H I N G. KINGS IN THE MORNING confronts racism, prejudice, KITM talk crazy and zany, and they’ve got a platform of information that will truly enlighten you. The only MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY show that comes on daily. 8am every morning, 5 days a week. 347-205-9366. Get on the line, and get connected!
Ready for this tagline? "We guard the nest of the world." Mommy Greenest is rapidly becoming THE resource for healthier parenting with less judgment - because the founder and our guest, Rachel, believes you shouldn't have to be a scientist to raise healthy kids. Rachel brings quite a bit to the credibility table in this arena. She is the former CEO of Healthy Child Healthy World, was editor of Children magazine and then had three children of her own. She who does not sleep is also the designer of Bird in Hand upcycled accessories and author of The Big List of Things That Suck. Rachel was featured in Los Angeles and Lucky magazines and has appeared on "The Today Show" and "CNN Headline News," among others. Rachel is actually a repeat guest and I am proud to interview her about her finest role ever - so far. This show sponsored by Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona.
Stephanie Doerries, University of Arizona Carson Scholar & Pronghorn Researcher, Institute of the Environment
The human population continues to expand and encroach on wildlife populations globally. How can we plan for some kind of coexistence? Why is the study of the endangered Sonoran Pronghorn even important? How do our human activities impact their survival? Join us to learn why conservation and a plan for coexistence impacts us all. This show sponsored by The University of Arizona.
Nicolas Alexandre, senior at the University of Arizona, President of the Palm Oil Awareness Initiative
Kim Kelly, Ph.D. candidate in Anthropology the University of Arizona, Co-Founder and advisor/member of Palm Oil Awareness Initiative
Stacey Tecot, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Arizona, Co-Founder and Academic Advisor of Palm Oil Awareness Initiative
Did you know that palm oil is the MOST consumed edible oil today? And that because of its versatility, the demand worldwide has tripled over the last few decades. Palm oil is cheap and often substituted for cocoa butter and is semi-solid at room temperature. I like to think of it as one of those ingredients I call “what lies beneath.” It’s in lots of chocolate, frying oil, baked goods, breakfast cereals, cosmetics, personal care and cleaning products. Palm oil is in such demand that much of Southeast Asia, especially Borneo and Sumatra, have grown massive plantations of this crop – all at the very tragic expense of the rainforests and their inhabitants. Because of my deep love and respect for the rainforests, this show will be a tough one for me. But trust me when I say it will be one well worth listening to and I am ready for the challenge. This show sponsored by The University of Arizona.
In today’s Vegan Mainstream podcast, Emma and Stephanie talk about the importance of greens in a vegan diet. They chat about their favorite ways to incorporate greens into their diets, some simple recipe ideas, and tips for making sure your greens are CRISP and not SOGGY! Be sure to tune in!
Richard Louv, Children and Nature Network
Their vision? A world in which ALL children play, learn and grow with nature in their everyday lives. Their mission? The CNN is leading the movement to connect all children, their families and communities through innovative ideas, evidence-based resources and tools, broad-based collaboration and support of grassroots leadership. In my words? They are changing the world one child, one family, one community, one step at a time. Richard Louv is not only leading the charge for this amazing organization. He is also the author of the book Last Child in the Woods, in which he directly links the lack of nature in the lives of today’s wired generation (he coined the phrase nature deficit disorder) to some of the most disturbing childhood trends, including the rises in obesity, attention disorders and depression. I loved the book and I am honored that I got to interview a man who is truly making a difference for this great planet of ours. This show sponsored by Chapman Automotive.
Sunday April 5th 2015 we will be talking to Chef Saa, Founder and Director of Supreme Love and Light Natural Path Ministry. The topic is, "What's Eating you?" Did you know that your diet is directly responsible for your health related issues? Also a Healthy Diet is key to your Spritual growth. Chef Saa is an expert on these topics. Join us this Sunday in our conversation about the importance of a healthy diet. Check Chef Saa out at http://www.rawtopianbliss.org
Director of Greenpeace’s USA’s Forest Campaign
From protecting our oceans to protecting our forests to promoting toxin free living to promoting sustainable agriculture, Greenpeace is front and center on issues that impact all of our lives. Since 2007, Rolf has contributed to international Greenpeace campaigns to stop deforestation in the Canadian boreal forest, the Paradise forests of Southeast Asia and the Brazilian Amazon. Be prepared to hear about why the kind of toilet paper and tissue paper you use matters. Get ready to have some of the myths you might have in your mind about Greenpeace challenged as Rolf shares with us Greenpeace’s leadership role in ancient forest protection as well as their pioneering work with a new certification system called the Forest Stewardship Council. Skar will explain why we need to do logging, that we do it the right way, and that it’s sustainable for the future. Listen and learn with me! This show sponsored by The Fairfax Companies.
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