Today’s discussion with a high school sophomore give us hope for a reasoned future. Activism is the unifying theme–from current legislation (SB6, for example) (Austin Legislature Day, Thursday) to animal rights (the Landry Aquarium white tigers, for example) (Landry’s SLAP suit was heard yesterday) to how to have a civil discussion in today’s world.
Spring is almost here, and gardening is in the air. Dr. Johnson, Galveston County’s longtime extension director, is here to tell us about the Galveston County Master Gardener’s plant sale, February 18. But moreover, he is here to talk about gardening, learning, community of gardeners, and the great calm that comes with gardening and being a part of how things grow and thrive.
FLOODING IN HOUSTON–the man made part, we can do something about. We talk about causes and cures–and what to do right now: first, sign the petition (google: houston flood petition or something like that); then, get active, make a personal route plan, get after your councilperson and commissioner. Listen now
Hope Farms, a new project of Recipe for Success, is growing food, now! Justin comes in to talk about the project, plans, involvement of veterans and the community. What was only a dream a few years ago, is now a Houston farming network, and Hope Farms hopes you want to be a part. Listen now