California Poppy, Kava Kava, and even (gulp!) Ragweed: Herbal solutions, Individualistic Approaches
Western allopathic medicine is only about 100 years old; before that, humans, for thousands of years, used medicine from the natural world, mainly from plants. Montana herbalist Britta Bloedorn continues that tradition. In this hourlong interview, she tells producer Beth Judy how she came to herbalism and how it can differ from other medical approaches, and delves into some specific complaints such as allergies and sleep troubles.
Vanessa Braided Hair and Alexis Bonogosky are convinced this proposed coal mine in southeastern Montana is madness– and they are not going to let it happen. Listen to why it’s crazy and how it can be stopped. Be inspired.
This In Other Words program, produced by Amy Cilimburg (with help from Beth Anne Austein), aired May 14 on Montana Public Radio.
In Other Words – Radio Week, April 16th, 2013. There’s still time to donate! MTPR!
We dedicate this show to Janet Scott! Beth and Amy talked about our history and how much we love MTPR, information was provided about what Jenn and Caitlin Copple are doing, and then banter and music from Clark and Ann. We talked to special guests Eden Atwood and Jim Bruce. Eden even sang with Clark and Ann. Jay Kettering was taking calls……Listen!
Ann Szalda-Petree interviews Amanda Curtis, Representative from HD 76 in Butte. She talks about the state legislative season, her personal reasons for participating in government, and Medicaid Expansion. Originally aired on Montana Public Radio on April 9th, 2013. Thanks, as always, to Clark Grant.
Ann Szalda-Petree interviews Dr. Deidre Combs about cross-cultural conflict resolution strategies as well as ways to grow in the world. Originally aired on Montana Public Radio on April 2nd, 2013. Thanks to Clark Grant for producing.
Ann Szalda-Petree interviews Dr. Elizabeth Kohlstaedt, Chief clinical officer of Intermountain in Helena, about residential treatment for abused and neglected children. Dr. Kohlstaedt describes the complexity of treatment when children need help having healthy relationships. This show aired on Montana Public Radio on March 12th, 2013. Thanks to Clark Grant for producing.
On the first half of the show, Amy Cilimburg provides a climate change update. For the second half of the show, Ann Szalda-Petree interviews the Shea family of Helena, Montana. Kathy (Mom and Social Worker) and Jim (Workman’s Comp Judge) discuss their experiences with daughter Mo Shea winning the Miss MT Scholarship Program and daughter Kate Shea winning the Distinguished Young Women of MT Program. This show aired on Montana Public Radio on February 12th, 2013. Thanks to Clark Grant for hosting and producing.