Environmental Education Radio

Tune in to Nature's Loving Vibes

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. 

This Month's Episode

Building Local Food Systems Through Community

with guests Leigh Vincola, Market Manager at Farm Fresh Rhode Island, and Susan Murray, Market Manager and Farmer at Coastal Foodshed.  This episode will investigate the many ways in which local food systems support sustainability and preserve the environment. 

Listen While You Walk

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Our Partners


Kids4Love Project

The  Kids 4 Love Project Radio Show is about kids leading with their hearts  to inspire others. It features those who are making a difference, serving other kids, who are ill or in need, and cultivating a kinder world. 

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The Empowerment Factory

Blending  social emotional learning (SEL) with creativity and environmental education, this non-profit helps youth develop the skills they need to  succeed in school and life. 

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The Jester & Pharley Phund

This literacy education organization shares the inspiration of David Saltzman's award-winning book The Jester Has Lost His Jingle, bringing students together to help children with cancer and other serious illnesses.

Click here to learn more.

Rhode Island Families in Nature

RIFIN is an environmental education organization created by and for families who want to spend more time outdoors, exploring RI’s natural places. It organizes family hikes and other community events, and it maintains an online resource to help families reap the many benefits time in nature has to offer. RIFIN published a wonderful book,   The Rhode Island Family Hiking Guide and Journal

Click here to learn more.