Greg designs experiences that connect the physical and digital worlds. His company has created websites large and small, built mobile apps, tamed scary-complicated databases, and helped organizations tend their digital landscape year after year.
Mary engages the public in the world of science. Her work combines education, communication and policy to help people learn about important environmental issues, which leads to more informed choices
Breezy enjoys adventurous outdoor activity. She is an experienced sea captain and a snowboarding instructor. She is also the Founding Director of two educational initiatives – Eco-Elders and Scientists are Superheroes.
Katrina is the founder of a nonprofit organization that celebrates the connections between personal health and wild lands. She is the author of a forager’s guide to food security, which blends storytelling with practical knowledge and recipes for food, medicine and self care. She has reclaimed lands contaminated with pesticides.
Episode: Building Local Food Systems
Susan builds community around local food through her farm's CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program. Working with community partners, she also brings subsidized farm shares into low-income areas of New Bedford, MA. Susan also sells produce at the Farm Fresh Market, the largest farmers market in New England, which is now located Providence.
Sarah focused on the development and management of Seaside’s virtual internship program, which engages hundreds of high school and college students around the world in meaningful hands-on study. Participants become future leaders in the stewardship of our planet.
Megan works in Biodesign, helping to create compostable materials, products and systems that are truly sustainable. Specifically, she wants to ensure that biomaterials function in a seamless and intuitive way once they inevitably rise to everyday use and scaled applications.
Episode: Designing Biomaterials for a Circular Economy
Megan blends art and science to create new bio-based materials . She has worked at Modern Meadow, a startup that is transforming the material world through the development of textile materials that are both design-conscious and eco-minded.
Beth started her foray into non-toxic living when her son was diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome. She began reading labels on her products and researching the ingredients and realized that many conventional products contain neurotoxins. She helps families switch to healthier alternatives.
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Story Walking's mission is to increase environmental awareness and share new ideas for living more sustainably. The radio hour airs twice weekly and is organized into three segments. In the first segment, host Wendy Nadherny Fachon introduces the month's theme, shares a nature-inspired story walk and sets the stage for her guest(s). In the second and third segments, Wendy interviews guests who are innovators in the fields of environmental science, environmental education, sustainable business or related civic activities.
Listenership is growing. We now have an audience of 5,000+ per month, and our exposure on the Dreamvisions7Radio Network is local, national and international.
Are you an innovator in the field of sustainability? Do you represent an environmental organization or cause? Do you have an enlightening environmental message to share, actionable ideas to articulate and educational resources to promote? Resources may include books, curriculum guides, videos, websites, blogs, presentations, workshops or conferences. Visit our archives page to peruse the names, organizations and backgrounds of past guests. Listen to previous interviews and imagine yourself as the guest.
The episode will air a minimum of eight times during the month following production - every Monday at 9am and 9pm EST. Within the month you will have 5,000 listeners. The podcast is saved on the D7RN Host Archive page, on iTunes and on many other affiliate networks, where it becomes an ongoing resource. The Guest can share the show anytime, anywhere. Podcasts are currently averaging 450 downloads and continues to grow.
Wendy requires a 15-30 minute phone call to plan the interview, so that it meets the goals of the guest, as well as those of the show. On an appointed day and time, the Guest dials in to the station by phone to connect with Wendy and record the episode. The interview is completed within two 14-minute segments. To apply for a guest spot, go to https://tinyurl.com/SWRHguestAPPLICATION
Yes, absolutely! Time will be set aside during the show segment for guests to promote their product or service and website. The Dreamvisions 7 Radio Network also offers special advertising audio commercial bundles and will work with your business to co-create and customize. Learn more.