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Holistic Nature of Us: Holistic Solutions living, nature

Mar 26, 2019

We need to appreciate healthy soils once again; living, biologically diverse nutrient-rich soil. Why? the healthier the soil, the more nutritious food is produced and that translates into healthier food for us to consume which means more robust vibrant health. Soil science on this level is relatively new, yet so vital...


Mar 19, 2019

Students are making a difference. The University of Connecticut is in my backyard. I receive a newsletter that highlights important work being done across campus. It is here I found Kelly Rafferty and the UConn PIRG chapter tackling 'zero plastic bags', taking practical action making this a reality. How did they...


Mar 12, 2019

Kyleigh Hillerud is a sophomore at UConn, studying visual media and design, a Fine Arts major. She is also UConn PIRG Campaign coordinator for PIRG's Zero Waste Campaign. PIRG is a student advocacy group, non-partisan, non-profit, one where students can join and make a difference in a variety of ways. Zero Waste is an...


Mar 5, 2019

Can we use the holistic model to grow better men? Yes, we can, with diligent effort, consistent parenting and more. My guest this week, Dan Blanchard, special education and social studies teacher in Connecticut's largest inner-city high school was chosen by the AFT-CT as the face and voice of educational reform....