Prison Gardens: Growing Hope by Growing Life


A small garden plot within the concrete walls of a maximum security prison does more than just engage prisoners; it improves behavior and reduces reincarceration. Hear data and feedback from a national nonprofit whose gardening and permaculture programs promote responsibility, opportunity, and motivation.

Beth Waitkus, Founder & Director, Insight Garden Program, Berkeley, CA

Earth Island Institute: Every Day is Earth Day


As a thank you to all the people who have dedicated their lives and careers to protecting the Earth, find out how one such organization helps initiatives in sustainability, social responsibility, animal welfare, nature conservation, and more with financial and administrative support so innovative ideas can make it into the world and create a healthier planet.


Kevin Connelly, Associate Director, Earth Island Institute, Berkeley, CA

Legends of Organic: The Role of Mentorship in the Organic Food Movement


Movements are most often formed by a handful of people declaring the end of the current status quo and embracing a new way of relating that is both healthier and more just. That’s how the organic food movement had its re-emergence in the early 1970’s.

We are honoring those early beginnings with a series of interviews with the pioneers of this movement. In this episode, we are exploring the role of mentorship with three generations of food advocates from the team at Earl's Organic Produce.

Earl Herrick, Founder & Owner, Earl's Organic Produce, San Francisco, CA
Ethan Abendroth, National Sales Manager, Earl's Organic Produce, San Francisco, CA
Nathan Evers, Produce Selector, Earl's Organic Produce, San Francisco, CA

Zero Waste Living: Practical Tips for Every Day


15% of the cost is in the packaging. So what do you gain by striving for a Zero Waste lifestyle? A cleaner home, a healthier planet, deeper relationships, and up to 40% more money in your wallet. What are you waiting for? It takes less time than you think...

Bea Johnson, Author, Zero Waste Home, Mill Valley, CA


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