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 […]

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HEY . . . Who’s Your Mama?

  Good Dirt Radio invites you to a benefit event, Who’s Your Mama? on Saturday, April 26 from 3:00 – 6:30pm at the Durango Discovery Museum. The event recognizes Earth Day, which is celebrated across the country each year during the third week of April. AND the event marks Good Dirt Radio’s tenth birthday. A homegrown event, Who’s […]

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Donate Today to Help Us Spread Positive Environmental News!

  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. […]

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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 […]

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5 Gyres

    Plastics serve people’s lives in more ways than we can count.   From food bags, packaging and medical care to computers and baby pacifiers, most consumer products contain this petroleum-based material. The toxic footprint of global plastic waste, from almost a century of disposable consumerism, is massive and growing.  Giant patches of floating waste […]

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Food Tank

    While beneficial in many ways, industrial agricultural systems too often fail to support health, for people and the planet. Continued over-reliance on fossil fuels, pesticides and GMO ingredients, is problematic. The negative side effects of food production systems that follow industrial priorities, rather than biological realities, are well documented. The quality of life […]

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Green Office

  The carbon footprint of office consumption is disproportionately large. With almost 200 million U.S. workers, an enormous flow of resources is extracted, produced and used in offices. But the good news is, it’s becoming easier to reduce this impact by making smarter choices at work. Conservation of energy and resources at the office makes […]

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