Asia’s Longest River, the Yangtze

Guest: Art Bernstein Art Bernstein, MS (Gold Hill, OR), writer and naturalist. “China’s Amazing Yangtze River – Longest River in Asia” Naturalist and author Art Bernstein came by (for the … Continue Reading →


Photographing Endangered Sharks

Guest: Robert Cantrell Robert Cantrell (Alexandria, VA), business writer and shark photographer. “Endangered Sharks Worldwide” Mr. Cantrell then turned to his favorite subject, endangered sharks of the world. He said … Continue Reading →


Environmental Products and “Greenopia”

Guest: Gay Browne Gay Browne (Santa Barbara, CA), Greenopia, “Maintaining a Green Lifestyle through the Greenopia Website” Gay Brown is with the www.greenopia.com website that promotes and advertises environmentally safe … 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 →


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 →