Saint Catherine’s School students, Rose and Sarah, come to talk about water, how they have learned about it, and to extend an invitation for all to come to their water conference, Mind on Water. It is at the school on May 15.
Carole and Hannah come to tell us about their year of intentional community in their home with four other girls in the Third Ward. The intentional part comes in several packages: getting along in the household, living simply and justly, meeting the neighborhood, and service to that community.
Earth Church is the subject and Blackburn is its advocate–as we talk through the concept that brings us into the natural system. It is a fascinating bringing together of things he has been working on for a long time.
Steve Stelzer joins us to talk about Gulf Coast Green coming up May 2; and Larry McKinzie comes to tell us of the very difficult things that happen as neighborhood schools are closed–and how it affects his community, our community.
Jim joins us today to talk about the Montgomery County Master Gardeners April 27 Aquaponics Workshop at the Montgomery County Extension Center, just a little east of Conroe. The story of the circular system leads to a far ranging discussion of how we live and thing to think about. We have known Jim for a long time and this is a good conversation with three good friends.
Susanne Theis, Discovery Green; Tiffany Pust, Air Alliance; Jenna White and Tracey Wheldon, Recipe for Success and the healthy living zone; Matt Dietrichson, Houston Tomorrow and the Air Zone; E.B. Brooks, City of Houston Solid Waste Management for the Sustainability Zone; and, Brad Boney, The Pew Charitable Trust and the Water Zone are all in the studio to talk about their organizations and what they will be doing at Earth Day Houston and every other day. Pretty great to have so many people this early in the morning.