Great Change is Made by Honoring Our Place on the Planet

EcoRadio KC is bringing listeners a special show during pledge drive.  Host Terri Wilke speaks with Virgina LeClere, Environmental Manager, Verna Potts, Senior Environmental Technician, and Jamie Colvin, GIS Technician – who all work at the Planning and Environmental Protection Department on the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation AND Patti Ragsdale, Master Naturalist and Owner of Happy Apples Farm, a native plant nursery dedicated to engaging people to explore and learn about our world.

Braiding Sweetgrass, a renowned non-fiction book written by Robin Wall-Kimmerer is discussed by our guests.  The book itself is instructive poetry, indigenous wisdom, scientific knowledge and the teachings of plants.  Our show reveals that Braiding Sweetgrass shares and reveals ancient stories that serve our world and all of our denizens.

Tune in as we discuss our history and our future.  We can help to mitigate climate change when we respect our place on our planet in equal rank with all other living life.

Please tune in to hear discussion of how great change is made.

We at EcoRadio KC are glad to encourage awareness and protection of our world. We can create a sustainable present for a sustainable future!

It is understandable to freak out over climate change, but the challenge is … to work hard on this crisis while still enjoying life on what is still a beautiful planet.

This will be a great radio hour!

We hope you tune in!

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