Monthly Archives: August 2012

Cycling for Climate Change and Joy: Featuring Geraldine & Ethel


Geraldine Carter, co-founder of the non-profit Climate Ride, talks with Amy Cilimburg about how she and co-rider Caeli started this organization dedicated to helping solve climate change.  Local biker extraordinaire Ethel MacDonald, age 74,  inspires all of us to ride for the earth, our health, and for the love of it.

This show aired August 28, 2012 on Montana Public Radio.  Listen to the show and let us know what you think.  Thanks.


Paul Chappell: Why Peace Is Possible in a Post-9/11 World (Janet Scott) 9-11-2012


This interview previews the lecture, workshop, and book-signing reception featuring Paul Chappell’s latest book, Peaceful Revolution: How We Can Create the Future Needed for Humanity’s Survival.  Visit or call 543-3955 (in Missoula) for information.  Show will air 9/11/2012

Tour the Fort Missoula Native Plant Garden with Marilyn Marler 6-19-12


Designing gardens with native plants has environmental, social — and aesthetic — benefits. Biologist Marilyn Marler gives Jen Euell & Janet Scott tips about how to do it and what resources are available in western Montana. Native plant gardens are far more interesting and environmentally savvy than lawns. Join the fun.