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.
Sow A Heart Farm: Regeneration and Rethinking Food Systems
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.
Poetry & Politics: City on the Second Floor with Matt Sedillo
One of the best political poets today, Matt Sedillo discusses and recites poetry from his book City on the Second Floor.
Re:wild Your Campus: Supporting Health, Biodiversity, and Climate
The organization Re:wild Your Campus empowers students to convert university campuses and schools to organic land care across the continent and they are succeeding. Listen to Rose Williamson and Sheina Crystal of Re:wild Your Campus as they share their aims to continue until toxic herbicides have been eliminated at every school on this continent.
The Fortunate One – A Short Story by Jack Eidt
Check out this excerpt from Jack Eidt’s short story, “The Fortunate One,” published in “Oh, Fortuna! Volume 7” from the Santa Barbara Literary Journal.
Reclaiming Land, Culture, & Narrative Through Black, Indigenous, & Queer Stewardship
Shelterwood Collective, a Black, Indigenous, and LGBTQ-led community forest and retreat center in Sonoma County, California, advocates that ecosystem health can be achieved by communities who are in deep relationship with the Earth and with one another.
Historic Political Transitions in Honduras, Colombia, and Haiti
We air news review excerpts covering historic political transitions in Honduras, Colombia, and Haiti with members of the No Alibi Collective from UCSB. Hosted by Elizabeth Robinson, commentators are Jack Eidt, Santa Barbara Professors Gerard Pigeon and Katia McClain, and Hector Javkin.