On the radio

The hoophouse winter crops are an important part of feeding ourselves year-round

The hoophouse winter crops are an important part of feeding ourselves year-round

What pictures can I give you of a radio interview? On NPR they always say the pictures are better on the radio, so you might have to use your imaginations.

A while back I was interviewed by Patricia Stansbury (also known as Sunny Gardener) of Lightly on the Ground Radio, Here’s Sunny Gardener’s description of her program:

“Lightly on the Ground is how we travel when go consciously. It’s how we dance when we really dance. The wealth of information gathered while living this life becomes wisdom only if used and shared. Lightly on the Ground Radio is a way to use and share life’s wisdom by casting light into shadowed corners of our culture. The show emphasizes how our daily choices affect how we live and how others on this tiny planet live.  The advice to “live simply that others might simply live” informs life daily as long as some semblance of consciousness is maintained. This requires looking at local issues as part of a larger picture. Our daily choices in food, clothing, activities, transportation, childbearing, values, and association make up a fabric that can either be shabby and worn to bits or woven tightly and mended when needed.  Lightly on the Ground Radio imparts information through news reporting and story telling, conversations with those who know the subject; and commentary to bring personal perspectives on issues and events.”

Lightly on the Ground is a program on Richmond’s Independent Radio WRIR. 

I talked about How to Feed 100 People Year ‘round from the Garden, and about my book Sustainable Market Farming “which addresses the topic splendidly” as Sunny Gardener wrote.  You can listen to the podcast of my interview herehttp://www.radio4all.net/index.php/program/69076 

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