Earth Guardians

  With scientists around the planet ringing the alarm bells on ecological degradation caused largely by burning fossil fuel for energy, transportation and food, young people are realizing that they… will pay the price of the hidden costs of today’s industrial, consumer models. Join us to hear about a growing number of educated, passionate youth […]

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Do you feel overwhelmed by media reports about the devastating effects of climate change? Would you welcome news stories that present the solutions to these environmental problems? This is what Good Dirt Radio is all about: telling success stories, encouraging positive action, inspiring hope for the future, contributing to the Ripple Effect of change. Make […]

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CSA

  Today’s monopolistic food corporations mass-produce our food with chemical fertilizers and pesticides in dead soil. Fortunately, a growing number of consumers are flocking to organic foods to preserve their own health and that of the biosphere. Additionally, a blooming, local food movement has taken off with eaters and growers, young and old, providing clean, […]

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Growth Busters

  With the advent of the industrial age and mass media, consumers have been led to believe that our economy must grow continuously to be healthy, that we must always produce and consume more, to be happy.  An expanding population, driven by advertising spin, lead to rising profits and power for corporations.  And together with […]

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Food Apps

  The quality of the food we eat directly affects our personal health… and petroleum-based, industrial food systems impact the natural world.  Big Ag’s resistance to truthful labeling makes it hard to know which products and foods are genetically modified and pesticide free… or have a lower impact on the biosphere and create less waste. […]

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Young Farmers

  Thanks to the Internet, movies and press, citizens are becoming more aware of the ecological and social costs of our industrial food systems. That awareness is moving to action, as the demand for nutritious, locally grown food is rapidly expanding. Many of today’s educated youth are challenged by the prospect of college debt and […]

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