World-renowned soil biologist Dr. Elaine Ingham and her Soil Food Web Approach has successfully been implemented to restore ecological functions of soils on more than five million acres of farmland around the world. She joined us to share deep insights about how to ensure the continuance of life on this planet by turning to Nature and using biological vs. toxic, chemical approaches to heal and balance soil.
Join our EcoJustice Radio guest, Jennifer Lee, Northern Naragansett Grandmother, bark basket maker, and culture bearer, Board Member of the Nolumbeka Project, as she provides histories, insights and perspectives of Native Peoples of the Northeast.
Dr. Scott Coffin has been studying plastic since 2014. He is a toxicologist and Research Scientist at California State Water Resources Control Board speaks with EcoJustice Radio about how microplastics are entering our environment, as well as ways to reduce exposure and solutions to the plastic plague.
Didi Pershouse of Land & Leadership Initiative shares with EcoJustice Radio how Nature leads in restoring global soil health by creating a soil sponge, in collaboration with other plant, animal, and insect species and countless microorganisms.
The Circular Fashion movement gives new life and adds value to clothing and to help people loving clothes they already own for much longer. Listen to the EcoJustice Radio interview with Karri Ann Frerichs of Circular Fashion LA.
By increasing biodiversity, integrating animals, organic regenerative farming creates healthy soil that keeps water and carbon in the ground. Check out this interview with Mollie Engelhart from Sow a Heart Farm on her journey from vegan chef to regenerative farmer.
One of the best political poets today, Matt Sedillo discusses and recites poetry from his book City on the Second Floor.