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.
Guest Amy DuFault, Sustainable Fashion Journalist & Organizer, Southeastern New England Fibershed
How deeply do people consider the environmental impact of their clothing purchases? Eco-conscious fashion change makers are working to solve the environmental problems created by the “fast fashion” approach that has dominated the clothing industry for the past 50 years.
EcoDetective at Bleachery Falls 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's Southcoast Food Policy Council is participating in the Southcoast Farmers to Families Food Box Initiative, which will provide 30,000 20lb boxes of fresh fruits and vegetables to area families in need through the summer. The council is working with local partners to distribute nearly 600 boxes per week to at-risk populations across the Southcoast, from Wareham and New Bedford, to Westport and Fall River. 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.