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A serious, but not too serious, discussion of the realities of sustainable living.

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066 - Donating Sustainably (How to give your time, money and things away without getting taken)

Most people are pretty generous. We like to give our time, money, old clothes, household items away to those who can use and appreciate them. But often we find that the charities we are told to support have agendas we don't agree with, pay their executives huge salaries, and waste much that they receive. So how can we be true to our belief system, be generous, but also be assured that what we give actual goes to those in need? Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of the realities of sustainable living.

29 MIN5 d ago
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066 - Donating Sustainably (How to give your time, money and things away without getting taken)

065 - Feeding Your Pets for Health (Sustainable Pet Care)

Many of the illnesses suffered by your pets are the result of an unhealthy diet and lifestyle. So what are some of the healthy, natural, and sustainable ways you can feed and care for your pets without breaking the bank or incurring massive vet bills. Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of the realities of sustainable living.

29 MIN1 w ago
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065 - Feeding Your Pets for Health (Sustainable Pet Care)

064 - Early Homes of America (the Pioneers didn't all live in log cabins) - Dead White Scientists Series

Early settlers of America found the most comfortable homes were often similar to those inhabited by the Native Americans who had survived in this climate for thousands of years. Early residents of Philadelphia built cave homes along the Delaware River - but where forced to abandon them when William Penn decided they were not "British" enough. Homes made of sod, grass, mud, and yes - even log cabins dotted the landscape. So what did the early pioneers build and why? And why did it all change? Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of dead white scientists and their continuing impact on the realities of sustainable living.

29 MIN2 w ago
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064 - Early Homes of America (the Pioneers didn't all live in log cabins) - Dead White Scientists Series

063 - Sustainable Forestry

Annie and Jay Warmke are joined by Cassie Ridenour, Vice Chair of the Ohio Tree Farm Committee within the Ohio Forestry Association, in a discussion of how to maintain and expand our forest lands. Forests are in constant peril from disease, timbering, logging, development and neglect. What are the ways to harvest the bounty of our forests without destroying them?

29 MIN3 w ago
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063 - Sustainable Forestry

062 - Innovations in Solar Power (What's New Under the Sun?)

During the past decade we have seen huge advances in the number and efficiency of solar power installations. But we ain't seen nothin' yet. We are still in the "floppy disk" age of solar - and the next decade promises to be remarkable. From solar windows, to floating solar, to wearable solar, to salt-water batteries - innovations are underway that will quite literally change our world. Find out what is happening as Annie and Jay Warmke discuss the realities of sustainable living.

29 MIN2019 DEC 22
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062 - Innovations in Solar Power (What's New Under the Sun?)

061 - Vegetarian vs Vegan

So just what is the difference between a vegetarian and a vegan? And why would you choose one diet/lifestyle over another? What are the issues that lead some people away from eating animal-based foods? What are the health benefits or concerns when you cut animal protein from your diet? There are as many opinions about this as there are meat substitutes at Whole Foods. Join Annie and Jay Warmke for a discussion about the realities of sustainable living.

29 MIN2019 DEC 15
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061 - Vegetarian vs Vegan

060 - Who Was First to Fly? - Dead White Scientists Series

So just who was the first to fly a heavier than air craft? And just what constitutes an "official" flight? Was it the Wright brothers, as most Americans seem to believe? Was it Alberto Santos- Dumont, as most of the rest of the world claims? Or how about a German toy maker in Connecticut that may have flown two years before the Wright brothers got off the ground? Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of dead white scientists and their continuing impact on the realities of sustainable living.

29 MIN2019 DEC 8
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060 - Who Was First to Fly? - Dead White Scientists Series

059 - The Truth About Recycling (Our Dirty Little Secret)

We all know the school child chant, "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle". Recycling is good, right? Yes - but then again, maybe not. Some items are quite easily (and profitably) recycled. Others mostly find their way into to dump - even if you place them in the recycling bin. And just what is the proper way to handle recycled items? Find out a few of the dirty truths about the current state of recycling. Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of the realities of sustainable living.

29 MIN2019 DEC 1
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059 - The Truth About Recycling (Our Dirty Little Secret)

058 - Preserving Food

We all know we should eat seasonally. But often there is an overabundance of food when the food is ready to be eaten (after all, how many zucchini can you actually eat in one sitting?) So how best to preserve fresh food? Annie explains how to can, blanch, pickle, dry, salt - basically how to make your harvest last through the winter.Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of the realities of sustainable living.

29 MIN2019 NOV 24
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058 - Preserving Food

057 - Raising Naturally Healthy Pets

Like humans, many of the illnesses suffered by your pets are the result of an unhealthy diet and lifestyle. Yet the medical model - which extends to the world of veterinary medicine - seems fairly clueless in how to use natural remedies to keep your pet healthy and help it regain health when things are out of balance. Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of the realities of sustainable living.

29 MIN2019 NOV 17
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057 - Raising Naturally Healthy Pets

Latest Episodes

066 - Donating Sustainably (How to give your time, money and things away without getting taken)

Most people are pretty generous. We like to give our time, money, old clothes, household items away to those who can use and appreciate them. But often we find that the charities we are told to support have agendas we don't agree with, pay their executives huge salaries, and waste much that they receive. So how can we be true to our belief system, be generous, but also be assured that what we give actual goes to those in need? Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of the realities of sustainable living.

29 MIN5 d ago
Comments
066 - Donating Sustainably (How to give your time, money and things away without getting taken)

065 - Feeding Your Pets for Health (Sustainable Pet Care)

Many of the illnesses suffered by your pets are the result of an unhealthy diet and lifestyle. So what are some of the healthy, natural, and sustainable ways you can feed and care for your pets without breaking the bank or incurring massive vet bills. Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of the realities of sustainable living.

29 MIN1 w ago
Comments
065 - Feeding Your Pets for Health (Sustainable Pet Care)

064 - Early Homes of America (the Pioneers didn't all live in log cabins) - Dead White Scientists Series

Early settlers of America found the most comfortable homes were often similar to those inhabited by the Native Americans who had survived in this climate for thousands of years. Early residents of Philadelphia built cave homes along the Delaware River - but where forced to abandon them when William Penn decided they were not "British" enough. Homes made of sod, grass, mud, and yes - even log cabins dotted the landscape. So what did the early pioneers build and why? And why did it all change? Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of dead white scientists and their continuing impact on the realities of sustainable living.

29 MIN2 w ago
Comments
064 - Early Homes of America (the Pioneers didn't all live in log cabins) - Dead White Scientists Series

063 - Sustainable Forestry

Annie and Jay Warmke are joined by Cassie Ridenour, Vice Chair of the Ohio Tree Farm Committee within the Ohio Forestry Association, in a discussion of how to maintain and expand our forest lands. Forests are in constant peril from disease, timbering, logging, development and neglect. What are the ways to harvest the bounty of our forests without destroying them?

29 MIN3 w ago
Comments
063 - Sustainable Forestry

062 - Innovations in Solar Power (What's New Under the Sun?)

During the past decade we have seen huge advances in the number and efficiency of solar power installations. But we ain't seen nothin' yet. We are still in the "floppy disk" age of solar - and the next decade promises to be remarkable. From solar windows, to floating solar, to wearable solar, to salt-water batteries - innovations are underway that will quite literally change our world. Find out what is happening as Annie and Jay Warmke discuss the realities of sustainable living.

29 MIN2019 DEC 22
Comments
062 - Innovations in Solar Power (What's New Under the Sun?)

061 - Vegetarian vs Vegan

So just what is the difference between a vegetarian and a vegan? And why would you choose one diet/lifestyle over another? What are the issues that lead some people away from eating animal-based foods? What are the health benefits or concerns when you cut animal protein from your diet? There are as many opinions about this as there are meat substitutes at Whole Foods. Join Annie and Jay Warmke for a discussion about the realities of sustainable living.

29 MIN2019 DEC 15
Comments
061 - Vegetarian vs Vegan

060 - Who Was First to Fly? - Dead White Scientists Series

So just who was the first to fly a heavier than air craft? And just what constitutes an "official" flight? Was it the Wright brothers, as most Americans seem to believe? Was it Alberto Santos- Dumont, as most of the rest of the world claims? Or how about a German toy maker in Connecticut that may have flown two years before the Wright brothers got off the ground? Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of dead white scientists and their continuing impact on the realities of sustainable living.

29 MIN2019 DEC 8
Comments
060 - Who Was First to Fly? - Dead White Scientists Series

059 - The Truth About Recycling (Our Dirty Little Secret)

We all know the school child chant, "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle". Recycling is good, right? Yes - but then again, maybe not. Some items are quite easily (and profitably) recycled. Others mostly find their way into to dump - even if you place them in the recycling bin. And just what is the proper way to handle recycled items? Find out a few of the dirty truths about the current state of recycling. Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of the realities of sustainable living.

29 MIN2019 DEC 1
Comments
059 - The Truth About Recycling (Our Dirty Little Secret)

058 - Preserving Food

We all know we should eat seasonally. But often there is an overabundance of food when the food is ready to be eaten (after all, how many zucchini can you actually eat in one sitting?) So how best to preserve fresh food? Annie explains how to can, blanch, pickle, dry, salt - basically how to make your harvest last through the winter.Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of the realities of sustainable living.

29 MIN2019 NOV 24
Comments
058 - Preserving Food

057 - Raising Naturally Healthy Pets

Like humans, many of the illnesses suffered by your pets are the result of an unhealthy diet and lifestyle. Yet the medical model - which extends to the world of veterinary medicine - seems fairly clueless in how to use natural remedies to keep your pet healthy and help it regain health when things are out of balance. Join Annie and Jay Warmke of Blue Rock Station for a discussion of the realities of sustainable living.

29 MIN2019 NOV 17
Comments
057 - Raising Naturally Healthy Pets

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