Yves Zehnder tells EcoJustice Radio how he ended up off-grid, off-road and offline in a quest to live simply as a homesteader with a far smaller than average footprint. He co-founded Sacred Sueños in 2004, a mountain regeneration project, close to Vilcabamba in the Andes mountains of southern Ecuador.
Tag: ecosystem restoration
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.
Native Habitat: Preserving the Wetlands of the World
Wetlands and their protection and restoration benefit the ecosystem by providing wildlife habitat, ensure coastal protection & clean water.
Bringing Back the Bison at Wolakota Buffalo Range
The Wolakota Buffalo Range is reconnecting bison to their rightful place on the Great Plains, and people of the Rosebud Sioux Nation. EcoJustice Radio spoke with Wizipan Little Elk (CEO of REDCO) as we dive into how he and his team are converting 28,000 acres of Rosebud Sioux Tribal lands from cattle to bison.
Sunken Seaweed: The Future of Regenerative Ocean Farming
Oceans cover roughly 70% of planet Earth, and they are in rapid decline. Impacted by human-induced climate change, pollution, dredging and overfishing, the world’s oceans are crying out for our attention.
Permaculture Lessons From Fire: Restoring Paradise with Matthew Trumm
Hear Permaculture Designer/Educator & consultant Matthew Trumm of Treetop Permaculture discuss lessons learned during the Camp Fire which burned through the town of Paradise, California, in November 2018. At the time, it was the most devastating wildfire in California history, burning 240 square miles in its wake.
Flood Control to Free Rivers: The Tale of Water on Tongvalands
EcoJustice Radio discusses the history of water upon Tongvalands aka Los Angeles: from free-flowing rivers to concrete-engineered flood control and back again Tim Brick of the Arroyo Seco Foundation and and Parker Davis of the Hahamongna Native Plant Nursery.