Mon Oct 21st 2013 7.00pm–8.00pm
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Maria Kalaniemi & Aldargaz “Ahma” from Scandinavia (Music Rough Guide 2000) —THANKS to everyone who contributed to KDHX during our Fall Membership Drive - especially supporters who pledged during Earthworms and FM 88's other fine TALK SHOWS!Buy it!
Jacob McDaniel - Lead Author, Earthworms and Drought study “published in Sept-October "Soil Science Society of America Journal"” from and Research Associate, Soil & Crop Sciences School, Colorado State University (www.soils.org) —In areas where droughts are common, can earthworms survive? This study suggests that they can - especially in concert with less resource-intensive no-till agricultural practices.Buy it!
Augusta Bottoms Consort “The World Needs a New Song” from The Green Room (Augusta Bottoms Consort www.augustabottomsconsort.com 2003) L —Earthworms says YES - the world can use a new song anytime, especially one that inspires humans to care about the Earth we live on - as does the focus of our next conversation with Opera Theater of St. Louis . . .Buy it!
Doug Scholz-Carlson, Director and Dan Mayo, Education and Community Engagement Manager “Opera Theater of St. Louis' 2013 Children's Opera world premiere production of ...” from The Very Last Green Thing - by Cary John Franklin and Michael Patrick Albano (www.opera-stl.org School performances M-F Oct 21-25, Public Performance Sat Oct 26 - TICKETS AVAILABLE 2013) N L —In a classroom in 2413, taught by an Android, one shy girl discovers the very last green thing on earth - and 17 young performers are exploring sustainability themes through this unique production!Buy it!
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