Renaissance SRQ in July
Listen in to WSLR 96.5 LPFM every Thursday morning at 9am as Steve McAllister and Gonzo Thompson host Renaissance SRQ, discussing the issues of Sustainability, Resilience, and Quality of Life so important to the Sarasota community and the rest of the world.
On July 9, Don Hall from Transition Sarasota will be joining us in the studio, and we’ll be getting a call from America’s favorite farmer, Joel Salatin, author of many books, including Folks, This Ain’t Normal: A Farmer’s Advice for Happier Hens, Healthier People, and a Better World, The Sheer Ecstacy of Being a Lunatic Farmer, and Fields of Farmers: Interning, Mentoring, Partnering, Germinating.
On July 16, we’ll be joined by Lisa Fulk from Sunshine Canning to talk about her upcoming canning workshop. And Dawn Combs, co-owner of Mockingbird Meadows, Director of its Eclectic Herbal Institute, and author of Conceiving Healthy Babies: An Herbal Guide to Support Preconception, Pregnancy and Lactation and Heal Local: 20 Essential Herbs for Do It Yourself Home Healthcare, will be calling in to discuss what nature has to offer us and how we’ve been missing it.
On July 23, Mary Bensel will be in the studio to talk about what’s coming up at the Van Wezel. We’ll also be getting a call from Dara O’Rourke to tell us more about the Good Guide, a resource to help people find safe, healthy, green, and ethical products based on their own scientific rating formula.
And on July 30, we’ll be joined in the studio by Sharyn Vross to let us know about how White Picket Produce is making it easier for Sarasotans to get fresh food delivered right to their doors. And we’ll be getting a call from L. Hunter Lovins, President of Natural Capitalism Solutions and co-author of The Way Out: Kick-starting Capitalism To Save Our Economic Ass, Climate Capitalism: Capitalism in the Age of Climate Change, and Natural Capitalism: Creating The Next Industrial Revolution to speak with us about implementing genuine sustainability in a society that seems to be so adverse to the concept.
It looks like it’s shaping up to be a great month, and we hope you listen in to the conversation. If you happen to miss an episode, or if you’d like to listen to previous interviews, be sure to check here to catch the podcasts.
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