With Jean Ponzi
Mon Jul 9th 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
Michael and Gloria Bauermeister “Syrto Home” from Into the Hands of Angels (Out Attoun www.augustabottomsconsort.com 2002) L —A little local dance tune from two of Earthworms favorite local troubadours, Michael Bauermeister and Gloria Attoun, to welcome tonight's focus on TREES and SEEDS.Buy it!
Mike Walsh, Urban Forester “Forest ReLEAL of Missouri” from Important - and refreshing (shady!) resources about our URBAN FOREST, including how to care for trees in our hot/dry summer. (www.moreleaf.org Many ways to value and protect our urban forest resources - and smart ways to cultivate trees! 2012) L —Trees: shade givers, rain attractors, storm-water runoff slowers, wildlife housers, BEAUTIFIERS. Trees. We need them. We can and MUST take care of them.Buy it!
Janisse Ray gardener, seed-saver, author, Biodiversity Storyteller! “New book: The Seed Underground, A Growing Revolution to Save Food” from Chelsea Green Publishing - 2012 (www.chelseagreen.com Philip is a professor at Green Mountain College in Sustainable Food Systems 2012) N —Stories about individual seed-savers told with Ray's southern charm and flair, political issues of food security, farmer support, public health and more. Seed-saving is an age-old practice, now endangered. Any gardener, Me/YOU, can SEED a better futureBuy it!
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