Wildoak Living Program Archived - CHANGING CLIMATE - CHANGING WORLD - Part 1
Listen to the archived recording of the March 18 program and find more info and links to resources HERE.
Part 1 of Changing Climate - Changing World is called
Learning from Those who Came Before Us
It takes a look at what we can learn from peoples who not only lived in harmony with nature for 1000s of years right here, in Northern California, but who learned to shape their environment to thrive sustainably.
I talk with Sherrie Smith-Ferri (Dry Creek Pomo/Bodega Miwok), Executive Director at the Grace Hudson Museum in Ukiah, California. Sherrie is also the author of Pomo Indian Basketry and was a project advisor on the California's "Lost" Tribes Film Series.
I also talk with nature writer Kate Marianchild. She is writing Secrets of the Oak Woodlands, a book full of little-known information about the plants and animals that live among California's oaks. Oak habitats collectively support more diversity of life than any other terrestrial ecosystems in California.
This series CHANGING CLIMATE - CHANGING WORLD looks at how climate change is changing the world we live in, locally and globally.I was inspired to produce this series by The Climate Reality Project, founded and chaired by former Vice President and Nobel Laureate Al Gore. Find out more about the Climate Reality Project here. In August 2012, I was trained by Al Gore and The Climate Reality Project to educate about climate change and became one of the more than 4000 volunteer climate leaders. This series is part of my contribution to education about climate change.
Listen to Part 2 of Changing Climate - Changing World, Rebuilding the Foodshed, here.
Tune in on April 15 for Part 3, Bringing Food Security Home. More info here.
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