With Jean Ponzi
Mon May 13th 2013 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
Christopher Morris, Ph.D. - Asst Prof. History University of Texas - author of “The Big Muddy: An Environmental History of the Mississippi River and Its Peoples from Hernando DeSoto to Hurricane Katrina”
from NEW BOOK - and talk THIS WEDS May 15, 7 p.m. at MO History Museum - Free! (Oxford University Press www.oup.com 2013) N —Why is the Mississippi so muddy? What kinds of technologies modified the river for navigation in the 1800s - and how did current Army Corps modifications get started? What's in the Big Muddy's future? History FUN in a watery context!
River Voices and Songs “Mississippi Sawyer”
from River Voices and Songs (Open Space Council www.openspacecouncil.org 2008) L —Introducing our special presentation from Andy Lipkis, from the Bioneers Radio Series, in the next segment of Earthworms . .. a little instrumental flow from local river-loving musicians
Andy Lipkis - Founder of Tree People in Los Angeles “"Upscaling Goodness: TreeHuggers, Earth Accupuncture and Community Forests" from The Bioneers radio series”
from Special feature of tonight's "Earthworms" from The Bioneers (www.treepeople.org 2011) —Andy Lipkis is one of my personal environmental heroes - and his community-building, tree-growing work in LA is a model of how ANY community can mobilize it's human and natural resources to increase prosperity - Sustainably! THNX for listening-Jean Ponzi
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