February 23, 2009 – Forest Ecology, Global Warming and Natural Plant Ranges, Art Bernstein

Forest Ecology, Global Warming and Natural Plant Ranges The Retreat of Glaciers at Alaska’s Glacier Bay Art Bernstein, MS, writer and naturalist (Gold Hill, OR), “Global Warming and Movement in … Continue Reading →


February 16, 2009 – Why Ecosystems are Important, Tom Atzet

Organic, Whole Grain Breads Why Ecosystems are Important Dave Dahl (Milwaukie, OR), Dave’s Killer Bread, “100% Organic, Whole Grain, All-Natural Breads”. Tom Atzet, PhD, ( Merlin Or). Regional Ecologist (retired), … Continue Reading →


Why Ecosystems are Important

Show Summary – February 16, 2009 Monologue. Sharon welcomed everybody and talked about the importance of education about water because without water, we cannot be healthy. She recommends drinking 8 … Continue Reading →


Organic, Whole Grain Breads

Show Summary – February 16, 2009 Monologue. Sharon welcomed everybody and talked about the importance of education about water because without water, we cannot be healthy. She recommends drinking 8 … Continue Reading →


February 9, 2009 – Phillippe Coustaeu and the World’s Oceans

Phillippe Coustaeu and the World’s Oceans The Mississippi Headwaters, Minnesota Philippe Cousteau (Washington, DC), Earth Echo International. “Developing Extraordinary Leaders to Protect Our Oceans.” Art Bernstein, MS (Gold Hill, OR), … Continue Reading →


Phillippe Coustaeu and the World’s Oceans

Show Summary – February 9, 2009 Monologue. Sharon observed that she’s mostly talked about fresh water because it is immediately important to each of us but that today, we are … Continue Reading →


Mississippi Headwaters, Minnesota

Show Summary – February 9, 2009 Monologue. Sharon observed that she’s mostly talked about fresh water because it is immediately important to each of us but that today, we are … Continue Reading →