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hiking in California

Wandering in the Berkeley Hills

03/27/2017

Looking for inspiration? On this ENJ Short, Jerry Kay recommends taking a walking tour in the hills of Berkeley, California. The map he used is “Berkeley and Its Pathways” which is [read more]

Insuring Art for All

03/09/2017

Did you know that in 1975 Congress created an arts indemnity program to help minimize the cost of insurance for art exhibitions? And without it, great works of art would not be available for the [read more]
Dual Immersion Education

Dual Immersion Education

11/28/2016

Two-way bilingual immersion programs are not replacing English with another language, but rather provide the students with an great opportunity to acquire a second language. My guest is Sara Rich [read more]
Watch Your Mouth!

Watch Your Mouth!

11/17/2016

Did you know that that there are more microbes in our mouths than the number of people living on the earth? And you can learn so much more about the inside of your mouth in the new book “Watch Your [read more]
Fifty Years of Conservation Science

Fifty Years of Conservation Science

10/25/2016

Meet Ellie Cohen, President & CEO of Point Blue and hear how this innovative organization is advancing nature-based solutions — to climate change, habitat loss, and other environmental [read more]
On the Move

On the Move

10/07/2016

The mission of a Napa based organization called On the Move is to develop young people as leaders by building exceptional programs that challenge inequities in their communities. Our guest is [read more]
An Acquired Taste

An Acquired Taste

08/30/2016

Can hunting make us more human? An Acquired Taste is a new film by award-winning French documentary producer/director Vanessa Lemaire that tackles this subject. (Support for this report has been [read more]
Restoring Tidal Wetlands

Restoring Tidal Wetlands

08/19/2016

On today’s show, you’ll meet Christina McWhorter, Manager of the Hamilton Native Plant Nursery in Novato, who shares the story of the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project. [display_podcast] [read more]
Planting Justice

Planting Justice

07/11/2016

Growing food, jobs and community. That’s what this incredible Bay Area organization is accomplishing. But the story of how they are doing it will amaze you. My guest is Gavin Raders, co-founder of [read more]
Updating the Sunset Lifestyle

Updating the Sunset Lifestyle

06/28/2016

Sunset Magazine has recently moved its offices to Oakland and test gardens to Cornerstone Sonoma where they recently held their annual Sunset Celebration Weekend. There I met Irene Edwards, the new [read more]
Aim High

Aim High

06/14/2016

Summer is a time to be different, not a time to be more of the same. So says my guest Alec Lee, co-founder and executive director of Aim High, a tuition-free fun and engaging summer learning and [read more]
Sunset Test Gardens

Sunset Test Gardens

05/31/2016

Nestled in the delightful gardens of Cornerstone Sonoma, you will find Sunset Magazine’s newly completed 1/4-acre Test Garden. Meet Johanna Silver, the Garden Editor for Sunset Magazine, who [read more]
The Living Wall at SFMOMA

The Living Wall at SFMOMA

05/24/2016

Today’s guest is David Brenner, the owner of Habitat Horticulture and designer of The Living Wall, a breathtakingly beautiful and a must-see exhibit at the newly opened San Francisco Museum of [read more]
IslandWood

IslandWood

05/20/2016

Located on Bainbridge Island in Washington State is a 255-acre outdoor learning center called IslandWood. In this report you’ll meet Dr. John Haskin, Senior Vice President for Education at [read more]
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