With Jean Ponzi
Mon Aug 6th 2012 7.00pm–8.00pm
R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links
Time zone: central
The Raptor Project “Little Tree”
from Save the Future (Raptor Records www.worldbirdsanctuary.org 2007) L —Celebrating Nature's gifts - with an invitation to FREE "Birds In Concert" evenings - every Thursday in August, 7-9 p.m. at World Bird Sanctuary - bring your blanket, chairs, picnic, family and friends to World Bird Sanctuary!
Steve Lawler - St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Ferguson, founder St. Louis Eco-Faith Meet-Up Group “Christy Cunningham-Saylor, Environmental Specialist with Alberici Constructors Vertegy group, board member of US Green Building Council-MO Gateway Chapter”
from Sabine McDowell, co-chair Creation Care Ministry at Grace Episcopal Church in Kirkwood (FAITH BASED GREEN www.ecofaith.info 2012) N L —Tonight's topic ranges from energy efficiency for church buildings to my guests' individual promptings to put their faith into action through GREEN endeavors - join the first Faith-Based MeetUp Group Sun. Aug 26 2-4 p.m. at Schlafly Taproom
The Raptor Project “All in The Watershed”
from All Along the Watershed (www.worldbirdsanctuary.org one of St. Louis most unique and impactful organizations - FUN to visit, great volunteer opportunities too. 2010) L —If our faith prompts us to put Green thinking into action, our knowledge can prompt us to change even the infrastructure in our communities . . .
Andes Cosmos “Tu Nombre Conmienza con "A" - Tupac Katari”
from Ancient Beauty (Andes Cosmos 2000) —Earthworms host Jean Ponzi shares a little rain-based epiphany, from one of our gratefully-received yet still rare rounds of rainfall, about how we humans organize our lives, our communities, and how we do things . . . and how this might change.
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