Check out all of the great Sustainable Living Shows on WMNF 88.5FM archives by pressing the button below. Here is a sample of some of the sustainable subjects since November 2009:
Debbie and Tiffypop hosted the show for International Women’s Day last Monday, March 8, 2010, with lots of help from the Women’s Show (every Saturday at 10:00AM) host, Mary Glenney, running the board for us. Deb talked about the trials and tribulations of living in a farm-based intentional community, and Tiffany shared valuable information about reusable feminine products that she makes. She also told us about the sustainable side of the Womyn’s Fest that takes place every fall in Michigan. Pam, the ‘goat lady’ Lunn (of the Dancing Goat) was a guest by phone and she added a humorous side to women in farming.
December 14, 2009 – Jon played a taped interview with Lisa Carlson, author of the book Caring for the Dead, with information about green burials and many subjects that the powers-that-be would rather we not know about. Greg David was a guest by phone. He is an alternative fuel and syngas expert that really got us all thinking about safer and more efficient ways to get rid of some of our waste products.
December 28, 2009 – Jon urged past guests and listener supporters to call or email some sustainable moment they had during 2009.
January 12, 2010 – Co-author of the book Two Million Cars – driving toward sustainability, Deborah Gordon, talked about alternative fuels and transportation systems and how to save our planet for future generations.
February 8, 2010 – Jon’s guests Ann Paul, Tampa Bay Regional Coordinator for Audubon of Florida and Troy Springer, President of the Suncoast Native Plant Society chapter of Florida Native Plant Society hosted a lively call-in discussion on bird houses, estuaries and native plants versus exotic invasive plants.
February 22, 2010 – Guests included Karen Kress, of Tampa Downtown Partnership and Julie Bond, with the Center for Urban Transportation Research at the University of South Florida, returning for an annual show on local transportation, and new guests from the Tampa Bike Co-op.