Westside High School and Urban Agriculture! These three students and their teacher come on to talk about their ag experiments: aquaponics, mushrooms and kombucha. Planning, doing, measuring and thinking about what happened–all part of a great way to learn!
Susan, Save Buffalo Bayou, and John, TAMU, come on to talk about Houston, flooding, and living with the natural system. This discussion is an excellent view of how we can live with this often daunting set of circumstances, and the role of prairies, forests and bayous that will be free to roam, whether we like it or not.
The San Jacinto Waste Pits where the Bay meets I10–leaking dioxin for a long time, and now it’s time to get it out of there and make things safe. Jackie, San Jacinto River Coalition, and Scott, Advocacy Director of the Galveston Bay Foundation, come in to talk about this problem, the removal alternative that the EPA hopefully will decide is the appropriate remedy, and how this one site has become a symbol for our concerns about the entire Galveston Bay System.
Shelly Pottorf and the DOE award winning team from Prairie View Architecture travel in to give us a wonderful hour of talk about learning, competing, design and homes. A listen now will reward you with renewed faith in the next generation, a good time…