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Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Long-term Andover resident Tina Girdwood shares her impactful life and dedication to helping her community, from founding the Andover Recycling Program, being a school committee member, and eventually leading the initiative to start the Andover...
This interview is about life. Creative Arts therapist Shawn Dubin and her Earth conscious recycling niece Jennifer Mabley discuss their family, values, and life.
In this interview Chris and Spencer discuss the impact of neighborhood recycling at a community center, how they powered it and what they did with it. Spencer also talks about future plans he’s thinking about working on.
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Seema Gupte, born and raised in India, talks about her childhood living between her family’s farm and in the city. After immigrating to America, she adjusted to the many cultural differences. Once she moved to...
Recorded on March 28, 2001 by HB Smith @76 yrs old, exactly 10 yrs to the day before his passing.
One Small Step conversation partners Leslie Hoyt (66) and Emily Hatch (34) discuss their differing political beliefs, feelings around motherhood, and find common ground around experiences of loss and grief.
Salome Mwangi (50) talks with her friend and co-worker Moses Mukengenzi (28) about his experiences being creative with what you have, i.e. making soccer balls out of trash, working with young male refugees in Idaho, and about the importance of...
One Small Step conversation partners Diane Snelling (69) and Robin Ingenthron (59) talk about the environment, government regulations, recycling and renewables, and Act 250.
I asked Suf a number of questions about the actions he took facing the climate emergencies