With Jean Ponzi
Mon Jun 20th 2011 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
Augusta Bottoms Consort “When the Water Goes Down”
from River Voices and Songs (Open Space Council www.openspacecouncil.org 2007) L —The Missouri is rising again this year, while tonight's first topic - a coal ash landfill proposed for the MO Bottoms - continues to be debated in Franklin County, MO. This song tells a true story from the Flood of '93, in the Augusta Bottomland.
Patricia Schuba - citizen activist “LEO - Labadie Environmental Organization”
from Working to keep a coal-ash landfill out of the Missouri River Bottoms (www.leomo.info on Facebook - Save Our Bottoms 2011) N L —Important proceedings continue as Franklin County Commissioners decide whether or not to allow Ameren to build an extensive landfill in flood-prone Missouri bottomland - listen and register your viewpoint!
Scott Klein - artist, beekeeper, native pollinator proponent “Co-owner Isabee's beekeeping supplies - www.isabees.com”
from Co-organizer of first St. Louis Sustainable Backyard Tour - June 26 - FREE! (www.nativepollinators.com) N L —Exploring a new group of neighbors in the Circle of Life - Native Pollinators, bees and other insects who are "from here!" Enjoy this fascinating, complex, colorful conversation about eco-logical neighbors you may want to welcome to your digs!
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