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Holistic Nature of Us: Holistic Solutions living, nature

Mar 31, 2020

Composting is always a great topic for gardeners. Gail Reynolds, the coordinator for the University of Connecticut's Composting Program, returns to share her tips and insights on what creates good composting practices. She discusses the difference between natural worms versus Asian worms and why they are good or bad...


Mar 24, 2020

My guest this week, Ed Cleveland, is an expert in the use of gongs, Singing Bowls and other instruments. He offers private and group sessions that include harmonic sounds with energy work. Join us for an engaging discussion through the science and art of sound as a healing modality. 


Mar 17, 2020

Lana Nelson, the author of The Food Codes, Intuitive Eating for Every Body, shatters the stereotype of a food intuitive. Lana began her life’s work into healthy eating over three decades ago, long before it was fashionable. As a Certified Emotion and Body Code consultant, Lana has developed one of the...


Mar 10, 2020

Gail is a plant scientist who loves bogs. Bogs are often austere landscapes, acidic, filled with peat moss and other mosses, not usually treed. She takes us through a not so well known landscape filled with levels of plant life and why they are invaluable. Join us for a fascinating journey into bogs where Gail...


Mar 3, 2020

Doug Tallamy is back! An author and educator, Entomologist, and Wildlife Ecologist, Doug teaches at the University of Delaware. His new book, Nature Best Hope, is released in February 2020. No one likes the doom and gloom yet we are facing some very serious ecological issues. Nature has solutions and if we pay...