April 6, 2009 – The International Water Tasting Festival, Jill Klein

The International Water Tasting Festival Berkeley Springs, WV Jill Klein (Berkley Springs, WV), International Water Tasting Festival, “Raising Water Awareness through Festival and Theater”. Jeanne Mosier (Berkley Springs, WV), Travel … Continue Reading →


March 30, 2009 – How Water Shaped Yosemite, Scott Gelman

Water Quality and Healthy Living How Water Shaped Yosemite Arthur Von Weisenberger (Santa Barbara, CA), author, “H20 Guide to Water Quality”. Scott Gelman (Yosemite, CA), Yosemite National Park, “Water and … Continue Reading →


Water Quality and Healthy Living

Guest: Arthur Von Weisenberger Arthur Von Weisenberger (Santa Barbara, CA), author of,”H20 Guide to Water Quality” The first guest, Arthur Von Weisenberger, is an expert in water tasting and author … Continue Reading →


How Water Shaped Yosemite

Guest: Scott Gediman Scott Gediman (Yosemite, CA), Yosemite National Park, “Water’s Effects on the Yosemite Environment” Scott Gediman, the second guest, talked about California’s Yosemite National Park, where he works … Continue Reading →


March 23, 2009 – Indoor Air Quality and Toxic Dangers, Glen Fellman

Indoor Air Quality and Toxic Dangers Plants, Water, People and Air Quality Glen Fellman (Rockville, MD), Indoor Air Quality Association, “Toxic Dangers in Your Home”. David Peterson(Seattle, WA), Biologist, Pacific … Continue Reading →


Indoor Air Quality and Toxic Dangers

Guest: Glen Fellman Glen Fellman (Rockville, MD), Indoor Air Quality Association “Toxic Dangers in Your Home” Sharon’s first guest, Glen Fellman, is with the Indoor Air Quality Association. He explained … Continue Reading →


Plants, Water, People and Air Quality

Guest: David Peterson David Peterson (Seattle, WA), Biologist, Pacific Wildland Fire Sciences Laboratory, “Air Quality Effects on Humans, Plants and Water” The second guest, David Peterson, has 28 years experience … Continue Reading →


March 16, 2009 – Ecosytems, Soil Exhaustion and Soil Toxins, Tom Atzet

Ecosytems, Soil Exhaustion and Soil Toxins Rivers that Cut Through Mountains Tom Atzet, PhD (Merlin, OR), Regional Ecologist, “Soil Exhaustion, Climate Change, Toxic Materials and Hunger”. Art Bernstein (Gold Hill, … Continue Reading →


Ecosystems, Soil Exhaustion and Soil Toxins

Guest: Tom Atzet Tom Atzet, PhD (Merlin, OR), Regional Ecologist, U.S. Forest Service (Retired). “Soil Exhaustion, Carrying Capacity and Toxic Buildup” Tom Atzet, Forest Service Regional Ecologist for southwest Oregon, … Continue Reading →


Rivers that Cut Through Mountains

Guest: Art Bernstein, MS Art Bernstein, MS (Gold Hill, OR), writer and naturalist. “Rivers that Cut Through Mountain Ranges – The Columbia, Potomac and San Joaquin.” The previous week, Art … Continue Reading →