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. Tune in Mondays at 9 on the Dreamvisions 7 Radio Network.
Each podcast centers around a theme, such as Ocean Plastics, Composting or Sustainable Fashion. The first segment leads listeners on adventurous walks through the art of storytelling. The second and third segments feature interviews with guests who are experts in their field of work. This is a wonderful way to learn about green careers.
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The Difference Maker is the inspirational memoir of Neil Fachon, a high school student and environmental activist who espoused a different style of leadership. He was touched by many lives, and he touched many lives in return, before passing away at age 20. Download the pdf version for free, and tell us what you think.
Listeners who prefer email communications to social media can now subscribe to the Monthly Release, which announces the release of new Story Walking Radio Hour episodes and podcasts. Devoted to environmental education and sustainable living, the newsletters share information related to the monthly theme. Subscribe here.
Learn about species of greatest conservation need and how to draw them. Discuss their habitats and the challenges that threaten their survival. Use your artwork to share their stories. Created in partnership with the Rhode lsland Department of Environmental Management, the Summer 2021 program will focus on vernal pool animals and related conservation activities. Learn more.
Wendy's latest article appears in the Rhode Island/Boston edition of Natural Awakenings Magazine - Kids and Nature: Growing Up with Trees... "Tree planting in urban areas helps children and their families begin to overcome health inequities, such as obesity and asthma, directly associated with living in impoverished city neighborhoods." Read more