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My First Guest for this week is Subaru of America that has an Employee Community Garden. Lets hear more about why they started it, how did they start it, and how it is going! I'm glad to talk with them today.
My next Guest is a rep from Proven Winners that shows us the importance of having Flowers in your Community Garden. Brighten up the area, have some vibrant colors, and pick and chose items that fit the Season. All Community Gardens should have some Flowers, variations, colors, to showcase and ENJOY
My Guest from the Organic Consumers Association will tell us about their Group, what they do to help the Organic movement in the USA, and how you can join in.
Have a Great Community Garden Day!
Mary K. Hukill, Author and Radio Show Host
My latest AudioBook "Community Garden Revolution Notes!" is at Audible, iTunes, and Amazon.
"Community Garden Revolution" can be purchased at AMAZON.com and ordered at your favorite Bookstore Today!
Jim Beaver and the Down & Dirty Radio Show are bringing you a HUGE show today in this very special DirtFish Rally School Edition. Kicking things off we will be making a blockbuster GRC announcement you won't want to miss! For the duration of the show it will be #GameOn DIrtFish style with some awesome interviews with the people involved with the DirtFish Rally School in Washington. We'll also have a DirtFish Rally Report and all of the latest news and results from the world of off-road, rally, and action motorsports. #GameOn
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What goes together better than cars, drinking, and laughs?....What?.... Oh well actually our lawyers are saying that came out wrong....
How about just kicking back and talking about cars and the car-guy's world while enjoying a stiff drink, or tasty brew? Ok we've been told that's better. We will attempt to cover all of those bases in this weekly show where we present to you as much probably less-than-factual news, reviews, and updates on stuff car guys care about! What the hell is going in new cars and in our car-centric culture in general? Find out with Matt and Jay every week!
This week we chat about one of our favorite forms of racing; where the cars are just on the razors edge of control, and exemplify the mastery it takes to win on mixed surfaces - Rally! In particular tonight we cover the glory days of the WRC, and why it's such a grand forbidden fruit here in the states. We are then joined by Chris Leone, Media Manager for Red Bull Global RallyCross to talk about the series and its debut in Daytona this weekend. The combination of speed, control, wild aerial action, and driver's with names like Ken Block, Tanner Foust, Scott Speed make GRC the fastest growing motor sport in America. Its a great time to be a racing fan, and GRC proves that in its spectacle. Check out all of the GRC series action at http://www.RedBullGRC.com! Thank you for downloading, and enjoy the show!
As the many middle-mile networks built by federal broadband stimulus, state and some private-sector efforts light up, broadband is not magically appearing on residential and business doorsteps as some local broadband champions mistakenly expected to happen. There's a lot of finger pointing, wailing and gnashing of teeth in communities as they subsequently try to figure out how to move last-mile projects forward.
OneCommunity announced a $2 million Big Gig Challenge grant to help public and private entities build community fiber networks in the nonprofit's 2,000-mile, 11-county coverage area. Their middle-mile fiber network is dedicated to propelling northeastern Ohio to the forefront of broadband innovation.
Listeners who want to move the last-mile ball forward despite the challenges to finding money and other resources will learn much from OneCommunity's COO Brent Lindsay and Economic Development Manager Liz Forester. They discuss the grant program and offer recommendations for other entities that want to create similar programs to drive last-mile buildouts to connect with middle mile infrastructure. Money is important, but Lindsay and Forester also describe the types of programs that must be in place so communities can maximize grants and other funding.
My name is Shanté I write under the name Té and everyone calls me that anyway and quite frankly I'm getting too lazy to say my whole name anyway.
I love writing (duh) and reading steamy romance novels. I've been married to my sexy beast, computer nerd, MMA fighting husband for almost ten years and we have three wonderful heathens...I mean children ;-) and an Olde English bulldog. I love singing in the shower when no one is home, dancing around my room like I'm on Soul Train (also when no one is home), very high heeled shoes, corsets, all Apple products, skydiving, riding motorcycles with my husband, and kayaking with him as well.
I will never forget when I first started writing and I will never forget when the first romance novel I ever read... I was thirteen years old when I first took some paper, stuck it in a three prong folder and created my first journal.
Two years later, I snuck into my aunt's books and read Scarlett Woman by Gwynne Forester. I've been hooked ever since.
In early 2011, after several years that were filled with marriage and babies, I decided that I really wanted to become a published author. I'd written a few chapters of some things here and there, but hadn't completed them.
I started my writing journey in November 2011 and by June 2012, I'd published my first book, Dream Lover!
These last two years have been amazing! I have enjoyed gaining new readers and meeting fellow authors who are becoming friends.
This is my first show ever and I hope to get a big fan base! I will be playing lots of music talking about new technology and games and news and funny stuff so please watch listen to my brodcast and tell your friends about it also! please feel free to call into the radio station and ask qustions! ............. ................ ............. ............... ............ ............ ............. ................. ........ . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .......... ........... ............. ............ ................................. ...................................... ....................................... ....................... .
ENVISION THIS: Hemp is the billion-dollar plant that’s going to change our diet and farms, help restore our soil, and wean us from petroleum.
Doug Fine is a comedic investigative journalist, bestselling author, and solar-powered goat herder. His new book, Hemp Bound: Dispatches from the Front Lines of the Next Agricultural Revolution explains his advocacy of commercial hemp. In his travels to meet the leading hemp growers and researchers worldwide, he has become an expert on sustainable applications—and the policies that are keeping this bountiful plant out of American farmers’ fields and the profit across international borders.
In Hemp Bound, Doug explains that “Hemp’s fibers are among the planet’s strongest, its seed oil the most nutritious, and its potential as an energy source vast and untapped.” He also explains hemp’s one downside: “For nearly a century, it’s been effectively illegal to grow industrial cannabis in the United States—even though Betsy Ross wove the nation’s first flag out of hemp fabric. Thomas Jefferson composed the Declaration of Independence on it, and colonists could pay their taxes with it. But as the prohibition on hemp’s psychoactive cousin winds down, one of humanity’s longest-utilized plants is about to be reincorporated into the American economy.”
Fine has reported for The Washington Post, Wired, Salon, The New York Times, Outside, National Public Radio, and U.S. News & World Report. He is the author of three previous books: Too High to Fail: Cannabis and the New Green Economic Revolution; Farewell, My Subaru: An Epic Adventure in Local Living; and Not Really an Alaskan Mountain Man.
Christian Drake is a six-time National Poetry Slam team member and has performed on three National Poetry Slam Finals stages. Originally and currently from New England, he was previously a host of popular slams, poetry shows and burlesques in San Francisco, CA and Albuquerque, NM. His poetry has been performed on at least three continents and covered by hundreds of high school forensics students, and he himself has performed in over seventy cities in the U.S. and Canada. He has never appeared on HBO, but has been featured on Al Jazeera. Christian's earned his reputation in the slam world by combining finely-crafted poetry with wild, rock-and-roll-inspired performance. A poet of outstanding variety, his repertoire includes poetry about heartbreak, music formats, war, nature, ography, immigration, gardening, mythology, love, and the relative merits of period sex. He's best known for his often loud, erotic, and political nature poetry; currently a science teacher in the New England wilderness, his work as an aquarium naturalist, planetarium guide and urban forester.
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