The STORY WALKING RADIO HOUR environmental education podcasts offer entertaining nature-inspired stories, green living ideas and interviews with people who are making a difference in their communities and for the greater good of the world. Companion photo blogs provide additional learning resources. Tune in on the Dreamvisions 7 Radio Network.
Guests Patrick Straus and Brandon Monti,
Co-founders of Freshconn
While COVID-19 has highlighted weaknesses and inequities in America’s supermarket supply system, FreshConn, is a new enterprise that combines local farm fresh ordering, home delivery, nutrition education and food rescue and relief for the less fortunate.
DeTECHtive Work photo blog.
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This month's episode is sponsored by The Marion Institute, a nonprofit organization located in Marion, Massachusetts, committed to a vision of community health, environmental resilience and social justice. With a diverse portfolio of programs and fiscally-sponsored greenhouse initiatives; the Marion Institute operates both locally and internationally to create deep and positive change in the realms of health, education and sustainability. www.marioninstitute.org
In response to COVID-19, The Marion Institute Southcoast Food Policy Council has launched “Cooks for Community,” a community-specific collaboration that works with service organizations and local restaurants in Wareham, Greater New Bedford and Fall River to ensure at-risk populations have access to food from safe sources. Hundreds of hot meals are being provided to financially insecure seniors, cancer patients, homeless families and front line workers. A lot of people are struggling and this is about neighbors feeding neighbors. Please consider supporting the Southcoast Policy Food Council. If you want to learn more and/or contribute to The Institute to help extend these programs, please go to www.marioninstitute.org.