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.
How to Establish a Food Forest with Jim Gale
We talk with Jim Gale to discuss his organization Food Forest Abundance, dedicated to food ecosystems for the individual and family through establishing yards and urban fields for growing agricultural provisions, to improve self-reliance and connection with the land.
A Global Perspective on Permaculture Design with Warren Brush
Hear on EcoJustice Radio renowned permaculture and resilience designer Warren Brush contemplate the importance of ecological balance across the globe.
Trees Please: Saving and Serving the Urban Forest
Two Los Angeles arborists talk urban forestry with EcoJustice Radio, and about the need to plant and care for trees to strengthen urban ecosystems and heal the climate.
Ecological Succession: Moving Toward Regeneration with Linda Gibbs
Permaculture Educator Linda Gibbs from Woodshed Gardens speaks with EcoJustice Radio on Ecological Succession, Fire Resiliency, and Soil Regeneration Principles.
A Farm Grows in LA: Urban Farming with Avenue 33
Avenue 33 Farm is reestablishing Indigenous farming methods to an urban Los Angeles hillside using permaculture and regenerative principles. Listen to the interview on EcoJustice Radio.
Radical Mycology: The Future is Fungi with Peter McCoy
EcoJustice Radio speaks with Peter McCoy, Founder of Mycologos, the world’s first mycology school, and Founder and Creative Director of Radical Mycology, a mushroom and fungi advocacy foundation. He and host Carry Kim discuss the grassroots movement and social philosophy behind using regenerative natural mushroom farming to promote ecological restoration and create food and medicines.