This week on the program, we found some rays of sunshine on a rainy day. Kadie McShirley and Lindsay, two students from the Program in the Environment, joined us in the studio to share their most recent projects and travels. A degree in sustainability can be challenging — how do they stay positive amidst the barrage of difficult environmental news? Listen!
And as mentioned at the end of the show, help three new farms get started in the Ann Arbor area but participating in the kickstarter campaign Tools to Till Tilian before May 5th. I’m sure we’ll have someone on a future show to tell us all about the Tilian Farm Development Center “farm incubator” project that is just getting launched.
We chatted with UM doctoral student about his year-long experiment to go trash-free. See audio link to show below, and learn about how he managed this experiment, blogged about it, and inspired others in the process! Check out Darshan’s blog for his reflections on trash in society.
Want to feel more satisfied in your day-to-day? Always been curious about home funerals/permaculture/meditation/bread-yogurt-kombucha-making/wild winter medicines/getting your garden going, et al?
Ready to discover your Reskills? (We sure are!) Mark your calendars for this Saturday, February 5th. Consult the Reskilling Festival Schedule. And head on down to the Rudolf Steiner High School, 2230 Pontiac Trail, Ann Arbor, MI, this Saturday, February 5th, ANYTIME from 10–4.
Can’t make it? Not to worry! Visit the AA Reskill blog for details on upcoming Wednesday Reskilling Workshops!