For our show on June 6th, we are celebrating KKFI – now is the pledge drive! Listeners are aware that EcoRadio KC is produced weekly by KKFI volunteers, and we need to ask you to support KKFI, YOUR Community Radio Station. We bring you vital information underserved or ignored by mainstream media.
We are all on-air this hour, Darnell Hunt, Terri Wilke, Richard Mabion, Brent Ragsdale and Craig Lubow. We pride ourselves on digging in and sharing the issues that entertain and inform our listeners by providing a curated, unique and independent voice. Remember, KKFI is supported by our listeners, local businesses and organizations that share our mission.
It costs at least $60 to broadcast one hour of EcoRadio KC. If you would like to own an hour of EcoRadio KC, please call us now at 888-931-0901 or go online to and click the donate button.
If you do this when EcoRadio is live, we get to thank you live!
Share KKFI’s mission of providing an independent voice to information underserved or ignored by mainstream media. You can become a sustaining member!
The crew of EcoRadio KC – Terri Wilke, Brent Ragsdale, Richard Mabion, Craig Lubow and Darnell Hunt will bring you excerpts from shows placed since the most recent pledge drive. You will hear about the AltEn plant in Mead NE that fouled the environment while producing ethanol. We will play information about PLAN, Planetary Limits Academic Network, which aims to raise awareness about critical challenges facing the human endeavor in this century by building a network of scholars. We will hear snippets of our shows on solar, Citizens Climate Lobby, KC Farm School and building up our inner-city communities by providing training and jobs to build a greener world. And that’s not all! So many interesting topics, so little time.
Please stay tuned to hear ideas for positive change.

We at EcoRadio KC are glad to encourage awareness and protection of our world. Our goal is to assure our listeners are aware of how we can create a sustainable present for a sustainable future!
This will be a great radio hour!  We hope you can tune in!

George Carlin said “we (meaning people in general) are arrogant to think we (usually meaning they) are a threat to the planet. This planet put up with dinosaurs for 165 million years then waited another 65 million before putting up with people. Do any of you think people, humans, can last 165 million years?”

calendar of events for the week of 6-6-22:

  • A new Kansas City metro-area coalition is launching a Solarize KC initiative that will offer up to 25-percent discounts for solar and battery storage installations.  The program will provide volume discount pricing for both home and business solar installations throughout the metro area in both Missouri and Kansas. For more information, visit Solarize KC or contact Andy Savastino, KCMO chief environmental officer, 816-513-3460.
  • WED, June 8th, 5 PM, Say Yes to Climate Action Rally at Kansas City, Mo., City Hall 414 E. 12th. Hosted by Sunrise Movement KC. Open to anyone.  Their simple demand to city hall: Say YES to climate action, NO to fossil fuel executives! Pass the Climate Protection & Resiliency Plan with NO edits and get to work on building a livable, just, safe future in our lifetimes!
  • THURS, June 9th, 7 PM, Indigenous Wisdom and Climate Change is at the Haskell Auditorium, 155 E Indian Ave, Lawrence KS. Presented by the Step By Step Project & Haskell Indian Nations University. The event is free and refreshments will be provided.
  • FRI, June 10th, 5 PM, Summer Bicycle Club, hosted by BikeWalkKC, a free Summer Bike Club will give kids a chance to practice their riding skills at weekly bike rides and earn a free bike, helmet and more fun gear. Lessons start and end at the Kansas City Public Library Pop In at the Park location, The Concourse at Benton Boulevard and St. John Avenue. Participants must be middle school or high school age and already know how to ride a bike. To earn a bike and gear, they can miss no more than two sessions. The program is scheduled for 3:30 – 5 p.m. every Friday beginning June 10 through August 5.

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  • SAT, June 11th , and SUN, June 12th, there is a two day field trip hosted by the Kansas Native Plant Society to Miami County, KS. More info and to register, go to


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