Craig is a teacher at both Garden Oaks Elementary Montisorri, and bamboo bodyworks. Tasha does Ecotone: kids, parents, garden, food and door-to-door to help her 3rd Ward neighborhood. Both talk about kids, outdoors, needs and ways to get things done. Listen now
Nia Moves and Oil Peaks as our guests talk about what will happen to your body with this different way to exercise, and what will happen to our fossil fuel system in light of new technology. Your body will do just fine, but our peak oil will just move the inevitable decisions that have to be made a little down the line. Also, Kristi talks about starting up a small business, NiaMoves, and Mark tells of starting up an organization, Transition Houston. Good folks and good conversation.
Claire talks about Hens for Houston and how we can help with this ordinance initiative. Roxanne brings us Our Global Village and tells of the work they are doing with their Houston project bringing refugee women together to do the weaving they love. Both have common roots in getting things done.
Both Dorothy and Al are deeply concerned about our health–and doing something about it. Dorothy is the CEO of The Rose, a non-profit dealing with cancer and women. She talks of what The Rose does and the incredible progress that has been made in all parts of cancer work. Al works with the water we drink and the water we use and the things that people with chemical sensitivities to our water can do. Listen now
Two Houston women talk about how they got to where they are today. Diane talks about service learning in her space design classes at the Art Institute of Houston; Janice takes us on her journey from east to west, Dubai, Australia, England and Houston–quilting, cooking and writing all the way. Two people, some luck and hard work. Listen now
Weekly radio report on the state of our ecological health every Tuesday at 3pm on 90.1 FM KPFT Houston,TX.