Living Green in the Lehigh Valley

Mark Harris on Living Green in the Lehigh Valley

May 20, 2014

Hosts Annie Prince and Bruce Wilson speak with Mark Harris, an environmental journalist and author of the signature book on green burial, Grave Matters. Mark, who lives in Bethlehem, has also worked with the board of the Fountain Hill Cemetery to create the only natural burial ground in the Lehigh Valley, Green Meadow. (Original air-date 5/20/2014)

Annie Prince and Bruce Wilson speak with Vicky Bastidas, President of Friends of Johnston, about "Save the Farm Day."

Friends of Johnston is committed to preserving the 130-acre Johnston Estate along the Monocacy Creek in Bethlehem that once belonged to Archibald Johnston, the first Mayor of Bethlehem, and former President of Bethlehem Steel Company. (Original air-date 4/29/2014)

Ellison Heil on Living Green in The Lehigh Valley

Apr 1, 2014

Annie Prince and Bruce Wilson speak with Ellison Heil, the President of EnAcT, the "Environmental Activism Team" at Muhlenberg College, to tell us about Muhlenberg College's Earth Day educational festival on Friday, April 11 from 11am to 5 pm. This event is free and open to the public. Living Green in the Lehigh Valley is also broadcast on Wednesday at 5:45 pm during "All Things Considered". (Original air-date, April 1, 2014).

Kate Brandes on Living Green in The Lehigh Valley

Mar 18, 2014

Annie Prince and Bruce Wilson speak with Kate Brandes, the Environmental Science Director of the Nurture Nature Center in Easton, about the Urban Recycle Garden Project and the upcoming workshops about how to create your own garden starting on March 29.  Living Green in the Lehigh Valley is also broadcast on Wednesday at 5:45 pm during "All Things Considered". (Original air-date March 18, 2014).

Living Green in the Lehigh Valley

Jan 28, 2014

 

Produced and presented by Annie Prince and co-host Bruce Wilson, this weekly short-feature presents ways to live a greener, more environmentally friendly life in the Lehigh Valley. Guest Martha Christine joins in and talk about a free workshop coming up February 11, on the selection, planting and care of trees being offered by the Bethlehem Backyards for Wildlife, and cosponsored by the city of Bethlehem and their city forester, and the Mount Airy Neighborhood Association. (Original air-date January 28, 2014).
  

Living Green in the Lehigh Valley

Jan 21, 2014

 

Produced and presented by Annie Prince and co-host Bruce Wilson, this short-feature presents ways to live a greener, more environmentally friendly life in the Lehigh Valley. Our guest this week is Martin Boksenbaum, speaking for the Alliance for Sustainable Communities in the Lehigh Valley about their new sustainable directory "Sustainable Lehigh Valley". (Original air-date January 21, 2014).

Open Gate Farm Tour

Oct 18, 2012

This week's program features Erin Frederick talking about the Open Gate Farm Tour happening Sunday, October 21.

"Our guest this week on Living Green in the Lehigh Valley is Karen Feridun, coordinator of the new 350 Berks & Lehigh Valley Climate Action and Berks Gas Truth organizations to talk about how they are both relevant to the issue of global warming"

New Local Organizations Focused on Global Warming

Oct 2, 2012

Produced and presented by Annie Prince and Bruce Wilson, this week's segment features Karen Feridun, coordinator of the new 350 Berks & Lehigh Valley Climate Action and Berks Gas Truth organizations.  She talks about how they are both relevant to the issue of global warming.

This week's program, guest- hosted by Bill Dautremont-Smith, features guest Rich Fegley. The two discuss the environmental issues and concerns related to the planned Allentown waste incinerator.

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