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Holistic Nature of Us: Holistic Solutions living, nature

Jun 25, 2019

Technology surrounds us. We place our phones near our computers while we watch big screen TVs. Junction boxes are nearby and can even be located by our bedrooms where we spend a significant amount of time. While the information we can access and the connections we can make are astounding have we really thought out...


May 10, 2019

There are many spokes to the center of the wheel of life. Holism is the glue that keeps the circle strong. 

My guest this week, Massiel Abramson, a licensed marriage and family therapist works with infants and young children. She describes how urban families often struggle with the care of young infants and children....


Jul 24, 2018

Science is probing the deep forest floor and discovering networks of communication, now known as the "wood-wide web." Today's guest, Carole Cheah, shares her extensive body of research concerning the Eastern Hemlock Tree and a pest that has greatly impacted these trees, wooly adelgid, and elongate scale. These trees,...


Jun 5, 2018

My guest, Dr, Leesa Sklover, combines her talents in music, composing, singing, recording with the sounds that come from our oceans. Not just whales, but the clicks of lobsters add to the overall composition in delightful ways, connecting us through our wonderful senses.

Sound moves us. We are enchanted by the...


Feb 27, 2018

Gail Reynolds, Plant Scientist, a Master Gardener Coordinator with a variety of conservation experiences, discusses sustainability. What's the most important issue facing sustainability today? She's a plant lover and shares with us her favorite plants and why. A lover of the bog and marshland ecosystems, she offers...