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Spinitron - KDHX: Earthworms Mon Mar 10th 2014

Earthworms (Talk)

Mon Mar 10th 2014 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

7:00pm

Magnolia Summer “Around And Around” from Brown Eyed Handsome Man: St. Louis Salutes The Father Of Rock 'N' Roll (Undertow 2004L —March 1: Meteorological SPRING March 9: Spring TIME Tonight, March 10 - FEELS like Spring More in lively days to come . . . Earthworms is ready to welcome SPRING!Buy it!

7:03pm

Earthworms Host Jean Ponzi “Various enviro updates: ALERT from MO Parks Association, MO House move to take over Ozark Scenic Riverways from National Park Service: www.moenviron.org” from 4th annual Sustainable Backyard Tour Seeks Hosts for 6-22-14 - details www.sustainablebackyardtour.com (Conservation Lobby Day - April 2, carpools available, details at www.moenviron.org Edgar Dennison Days, celebrating a St. Louis (and planetary) treasure: www.kirkwoodinbloom.org (Mid-March through Mid May) 2014N R L —www.Confluence Trash Bash - Saturday, March 15, St. Louis City and County locations - www.riverrelief.orgBuy it!

7:25pm

Alyson Ewald - Board member, Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage “Ecovillage: a community living, community-building, earth protecting practical idea” from resident of Red Earth Farms, Dancing Rabbit's neighbors in Rutledge MO (www.dancingrabbit.org www.redearthfarms.org 2014N R L —Thanks to Jessica Watson, St. Louis Ecovillage Network for this connection - find this group on Facebook: StLouisEcovillageNetworkBuy it!

7:50pm

Earthworms Host Jean Ponzi “Native Plant Lecture and Workshop with Doug Tallamy, author of "Bring Nature Home"” from Friday March 21 - Talk and Reception, Saturday March 22 - full day homeowner workshop (register and details at www.stlouisaudubon.com limited space still available for both events. 2014N R L —TERRIFIC opportunity to learn about, network about and BUY some native plants - hosted by Missouri Botanical Garden. Native plants support habitat, soil health, water conservation, beauty, FUN!Buy it!

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