Kirk talks about teaching science, a lot of it outdoors at this Montessori School; and Dena tells us about Food Not Bombs, sharing meals with the homeless in Houston, the new homeless feeding ordinance and the petition for the ballot initiative to block the ordinance.
Terri Thomas talks about school arts funding in Houston, Earth Day at Discovery Green and the art auctions; Keiji Asakura tells his stories about growing up in Japan and America, expression, urban design in a city without zoning, and Houston in the future. Listen now
Two people with two ideas about green things and how they put them into action: Mona, the Green Scene, the “go-to” for green things to do in Houston; and Mark, WeCanRecycle, a non-profit filling the recycling niche for small businesses in Houston.
Tyler talks about Urban Harvest, local, community, farmers’ markets and the future; Shushana tells of the best of Telluride and bringing it all to Houston for a two day film festival at the Rice Media Center. Listen now
This is our friend, Jim Blackburn, at his best; bringing together ideas about an economy that recognizes how we really live–in our environment. He has some ideas about how this new economy is working right now and how we can all join in–along with The Bittern of his poetry. Listen now
Weekly radio report on the state of our ecological health every Tuesday at 3pm on 90.1 FM KPFT Houston,TX.