Wildoak Living May 27 at 9am - CHANGING CLIMATE - CHANGING WORLD - Part 6 - Cows Save the Planet - Tiny Houses
On Monday, May 27 at 9:00 AM, Johanna continues her series Changing Climate - Changing World, a look at how our changing climate is changing the world we live in, locally and globally.
Part 6 looks at the connection between climate and top soil and how cows and other grass eating ruminants can help reverse climate change.
Johanna talks with veteran journalist Judith Schwartz, author of Cows Save the Planet: And Other Improbable Ways of Restoring Soil to Heal the Earth. Judith is at the leading edge of the movement that recognizes the importance of soil—for issues as close to home as our nutrition and as vast and global as climate change—as well as the potentially positive role of cows in that equation.
We also hear from Orion Walker, Sustainable Technology Program Coordinator and Business Instructor at the Mendocino College in Ukiah. He will be joined by local builder and biologist Jen Riddell, who will talk about her course "Build a Tiny House on Wheels", which starts on June 10. Orion will also give an overview of other classes starting soon, including a sustainability overview, green business, entrepreneurship.
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