Episode 96. In today’s Sunday Conversation podcaster and author, Win Charles gives us some insights on living with Cerebral Palsy and thriving. We also address some does and don’ts when meeting a person with a disability.
Jenny Gomes of “The Domestic Wildflower,” talks about rediscovering handmade food and our lost domestic skills.
Episode 94. Industry could be the tool to end poverty, solve the climate crisis, and end inequality and injustice. Mark Lefko believes that this is possible. The United Nations global goals inspired him to write his book Global Sustainability.
Sunday Conversations with Darrell Smith. Usually, you don’t hear from us on a Sunday. But here it is – Sunday Conversations. For now, Sunday conversations is a three-part series sharing the stories of three remarkable…
Jennifer Osuch of Self Reliant School on self-reliance, homeschooling, thinking for yourself and more.
Nicola Syme wants Girls to feel happy in their bodies – no matter what that body looks like. Through her company – The Happiest Girl in the World – she provides comfortable and beautiful sleep and exercise clothing made from organic materials. From the seed of the cotton plants to the final sale, the welfare of the planet and the people is of foremost importance.
An interview with Saso Luznar and Jennifer Huse of The Venus Project.
Agritrue is an online platform providing consumers and farmers/producers and alternative to the USDA Organic standards. Blake Akers explains how it works and why he thinks it is important to have this alternative system.
Interview with founders of online clothes swapping site SilkRoll and a tip for helping bees.