My partner, Amy Gustin has been up to her eyeballs in library books for weeks now, in preparation for her quarterly radio show, The Living Earth Connection, which airs this coming Sunday at 9:30 AM on KMUD Community Radio. Amy is the smartest and most interesting person I know, and her reading habits reflect that. Lately, it’s been books about ecosystem ecology, carnivore behavior and wolves.
Right now she’s in the middle of the final rewrite of her show, which means that I’ll spend the rest of the week recording, editing and assembling it in time to air this coming Sunday morning. We produce The Living Earth Connection, in it’s entirety, including the original theme music, at home, off-the-grid, using solar power and our own equipment.
If you haven’t heard The Living Earth Connection, you should check it out. If you have heard The Living Earth Connection before, you know that Amy always puts together a great show, and often finds very creative ways of conveying her message. I’m sure this episode will be no exception. I hope you’ll tune in.
The Living Earth Connection airs on the fifth Sunday of the month, in months that have five Sundays, at 9:30 AM on KMUD Redwood Community Radio. You can stream the program live or listen to an archived version at http://www.kmud.org and you can learn more about The Living Earth Connection at www.livingearthconnection.wordpress.com