Marianne interviews Karryn Olson-Ramanujan – permaculture designer and teacher and supporter of permapreneurship for women – about the power of women’s gatherings and open space conferences.
Drier climates have people the world over seeking ways to make the most of the water they have. Brook Sarson of H2O-ME provides an important resource in Southern California. In this interview she talks about rainwater catchment and grey water recycling.
Marianne interviews Courtney Walters of U.W. Trading Company. Courtney lived in a sustainable community in Peru. Meditating in the jungle made her realize that community is very important to her and that her place is San Diego. But she brought her jungle experience to her life in San Diego by starting a coffee importing company supporting farmers in Peru growing coffee in a sustainable way. Learn more about Courtney here.
Spain currently has a 50% unemployment rate. That can take all hope from young people to ever find a job. Right now, you can help 7 young people, age 14 to 20, and 2 adults…
Brad Rowland summarized our discussion about “Envisioning the World Our Hearts Know is Possible” beautifully with his list of Key Elements below. Key Elements: 1. Belief drives action Always begin with the belief that…
How do we create the world we want if we can’t envision it? The inability to imagine something drastically different is a huge stumbling block for many of us. This week Marianne and Jenise are joined by homesteading blogger Brad Rowland of Highly Uncivilized to discuss the practice of envisioning and its importance in improving our current situation. Brad summarized the key points brilliantly, here.
Welcome to The Sustainable Living Podcast – information on living a heart-centered life that honors Mother Earth and her inhabitants.
In this half-hour weekly show we, Jenise Fryatt and Marianne West, will explore the topic of sustainable living and all it entails.
But first, who are we and how did we come to embrace sustainable living? In this, our first episode of the podcast, we lay it all out.
Marianne and I met on a social media platform called Tsu, which has only existed since October 21, 2014. As a professional content/social media marketer I live on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn and usually don’t have…