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NCD_ShowWelcome to our weekly show, where Sustainability Comes Live.

Every week, we will be covering current sustainability issues, rotating through our four focus areas: Green Living, Natural Health, Food & Supplements, and Mind & Spirit.

Martha Childress, our host, was born and raised in the Seattle area. She has a deep love and appreciation for the Great Northwest. When she is not out exploring nature, she is busy participating in the many local events. Martha is very much involved with our sustainable communities. She will be bringing you hot discussion topics and fresh ideas every week.

Enjoy the show live every Tue at 12:30p on KKNW 1150AM or Online, or pick from our archive at your leisure.

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  • Clean Water for the Hopi Update: Learn more about the history and conditions which may have led to the arsenic pollution in the well water on the Hopi Reservation. All attempts made by the Tribe to gain access to clean safe drinking water, have been dismissed by government officials and outside interest. Safe drinking water should be a simple right. Since the Hopi have been denied that right, please join us in our effort to help bring safe drinking water to the Hopi, with the Clean Water Foundation of Washington.
    Find out how you can help us get this done! To donate, click HERE.
    11/14/17

    Guests:
    Ted Mahr 
    Michiko Hiyashi 
    Leon McLaughlin

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  • Help bring Hope to the Hopi with our Clean Water fundraiser: Leon McLaughlin, Founder of the Clean Water Foundation of Washington, Ted Mahr of Out of this World Radio, Michiko Hiyashi of the Emoto Peace Project and the Natural Choice Network join together to help spread the word and raise funds to bring a “clean water solution” to the Hopi reservation. The EPA proposed a $20 million plan which the Hopi have no assistance in funding. The Clean Water Foundation of WA has determined they can remove the arsenic poisoning (which has been poisoning their drinking water for decades) with their portable filtering systems for only $30,000! Find out how you can help us get this done! To donate, click HERE.
    10/24/17

    Guests:
    Ted Mahr 
    Michiko Hiyashi 
    Leon McLaughlin

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  • Hair Salons for the “Chemically Sensitive”: Fabulous Hair and Skin should NOT be hazardous to your health! Hear how two local Hair Salon owners started their “chemically sensitive” businesses, after learning their own health problems were caused by harmful chemicals used in most traditional hair and skin products.
    10/03/17

    Guests:
    Jeanette Pompeo from Pompeo’s Hair Salon 
    Linda Hebert from Uniquely Natural

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  • Whale Scouting with Naturalist: Learn about Whale Scout, who connects the public (volunteers) with trained naturalists to scout whales from shore, and to inspire whale watchers to participate in habitat restoration events. A great way to help the resident Orcas and the Salmon, while sharing in the excitement of Whale spotting and having a fun and fulfilling day at the beach.
    09/19/17

    Guests:
    Whitney Neugebauer

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  • Washington Cider Week September 7th—17th, 2017: Hear about the many scheduled events and what to find, taste and explore at Washington State’s 7th annual Cider Week. Learn about the economic impact and other benefits resulting from the growing popularity of Local Artisan Cider brewers in the NW.
    08/29/17

    Emily RitchieExecutive Director NW Cider Association
    Crystie Kisler, owner of Finnriver Farm and Cidery
    Chris Green, Sales Director Locust Cider 
    Event link here

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  • Cloth Diapering for Babies: Cloth Diapers are the Natural Choice for happy healthy babies and a healthy planet! Hear how easy, convenient and affordable cloth diapering can be today. Eco-friendly laundering and keeping disposables with toxic materials out of the landfill is great for the environment. 100% cotton is best for babies skin and earlier poddy training makes is better for babies and Moms too!
    08/22/17

    Carolyn Janisch – Owner, Baby Diaper Service

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  • Sustainable Interiors: Learn about the emerging trend of Design Co-ops and the value of sustainable design. Creating spaces in your home that nourish the soul and are good for the planet can be easy and affordable with re-use and re-purpose.
    07/25/17

    Tana Mattson, Interior Designer

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  • Solarfest: NW SolarFest is the largest and longest running Renewable Energy & Sustainable Living Fair in the Puget
    Sound region. Hear about the Exhibits, the KIDZone, the latest in electric transportation, and how to
    participate in workshops and conversations.
    07/18/17

    Maryn Wynne, Shoreline Solar Project 
    Jaimes Valdez, Poly Manager for Spark Northwest

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  • Talking WA Carbon Tax with Greg Rock: Act Now Act Fast on Washington Tax vote in Olympia before July 1st, 2017. Washington State is facing a huge deficit in the Education budget, and has to pass a new tax package FAST or all government services including State Parks will close by the end of the month. Greg Rock or Carbon Washington explains the details and how to Register with your district and help make sure a carbon tax is included in the package, which could actually do some good!

    ACT NOW https://actnow662.wordpress.com/2017/04/12/first-blog-post/

    Find your legislators phone number here
    Find your district, legislators, and register which district you will call with Act NOW here

    06/20/17

    Greg Rock, Carbon Washington 

     

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  • Talking with Leon McLaughlin of the Clean Water Foundation of Washington: Listen Leon McLaughlin’s story of how a trip to Mexico, his Shoe Shine business and years in coffee service ignited a passion to start a non-profit that now provides thousands of gallons of clean water to communities in need all over the world, everyday! Learn how one person and one moment can make a huge difference in the world when we start taking action. 
    06/13/17

    Leon McLaughlin, founder of Clean Water Foundation of Washington

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  • Washington Trails Association: WTA is back again to talk about this summer’s hiking tips and trail suggestions. Find out where to go, how to get there, how to prepare and the latest conditions on hundreds of area hiking trails here in Washington State.
    05/30/17

    Kindra Ramos, director of communications and outreach, Washington Trails Association

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  • Spring Gardening with In-Harmony Sustainable Landscapes: Create inviting outdoor living spaces with thoughtful planning and strategic lighting . The benefits of “embracing” natural features instead of fighting them for beautiful and worry free landscapes.
    04/25/17

    Ladd Smith and Mark Gile

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  • Earth Day with Eco-Consumer: Join guest Tom Watson, our local Eco-consumer spokesman for King County, and find out what’s going on around town this Earth Day.
    04/18/17

    Tom Watson

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  • Electronics Recycling: Keep harmful components out of the landfill. Every part has a place in the recycling cycle, and many organizations rebuild for re-use to donate.
    03/28/17

    Ted Walker, Host Tech Talk with Craig 1150AM

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  • Microbes for the Garden and MORE: Nature’s pro-biotic for healthy soil. Learn the ancient roots of Microbes, and how they create the perfect environment for strong and healthy roots in our gardens.
    03/21/17

    Erika Fehr, with Nature’s Microbes

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  • Sustainability in the South Sound: Discover what’s new and exciting with local organizations, green businesses, sustainable products, renewable energy, local agriculture, habitat restoration and more at the South Sound Sustainable Expo March 4th 2017. Event details
    02/28/17

    Kristi Lynett, Sustainability Officer for Tacoma’s Office of Environmental Policy and Sustainability

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  • Off the Streets and into Jobs: Learn about the Millionair Club Charity, and the many programs which are successfully training and preparing many of Seattle's homeless to become job ready. The Millionair Club Charity has placed 100’s into steady local employment restoring hope and dignity to those less fortunate. Find out how you can help too!
    01/17/17

    James Miller, Executive Director for the Millionair Club

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  • Carbon Neutral Tax: Greg Rock updates us on the status and details of Initiative 732. Carbon Washington. Aimed at taxing Pollution….not People.
    10/11/16

    Greg Rock, Executive Committee Member of Carbon Washington

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  • Winter Gardening: Prepare your yard for winter. Ladd Smith shares some great tips and information on how to prepare our outdoors spaces for our long dark moss-loving winters, for best results come spring!
    09/27/16

    Alan Ladd, Co-owner In Harmony Sustainable Landscaping

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  • 3D Printing: Tech Talk Radio Host Craig Walker, explains how 3D printing is creating more opportunities for artist and innovators, as well as having a positive impact on our environment.
    07/26/16

    Craig Walker

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  • All About Natural Choice Network: over the past 20 years, our team has continued to work hard to connect local businesses that are conscientious about our environment with like-minded consumers. Learn how the Natrual Choice Network grew from an annual directory to a comprehensive platform - online, on print, on smart phones, on social media, and on the air.
    06/28/16

    Martha Childress, President of Natural Choice Network
    Julia Childress, Vice President of Natural Choice Network

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  • Solarfest: details about “Solarfest,” a fair where those in the renewable energy field can meet the public in a fun, relaxed atmosphere on a sunny summer day. well as the advances in Solar Energy that are more readily available for all of us these days.

    06/21/16

    Maryn Wynne, President and co-founder of Shoreline Solar Project
    And Larry Owens, co-founder of Shoreline Solar Project

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  • Washington Trails: how to find and prepare for the best hikes in Washington. Great trail tips, trail restoration volunteer opportunities, and how to navigate Washington’s vast expanse of nature trails.
    05/24/16

    Kindra Ramos, Communications director and avid hiker from Washington Trails Association

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  • Seattle Tilth: a talk with the garden experts and educators at Seattle Tilth. Not only does Seattle Tilth offer great programs, camps, and gardening tips; it helps support the community with conscious gardening, education, and outreach. Learn how Seattle Tilth is building the foundation for an equitable and sustainable local food system.
    05/17/16

    Jess Bitting and Maren Neldam from Seattle Tilth

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  • Sustainable Landscapes: tips for sustainable and eco-friendly gardening. Create outdoor landscapes and living spaces that are inviting, beautifully natural, fit our lifestyles, and are healthy for us and our environment.
    03/29/16

    Ladd Smith from In Harmony

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  • Clean Energy Solutions: a discussion of the specific projects, services and educational resources that are already empowerings communities to get together and off the fossil fuel grid.
    02/23/16

    Jennifer Grove, Executive Director of NWSeed

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  • Carbon Washinton: A status update of the initiative
    10/27/15

    Greg Rock, Executive Committee Member, Carbon Washington

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  • Urban Community Gardening: Volunteer, Learn, Share. Reward yourself and your neighbors with great taste and fun.
    10/20/15

    Catherine Morrison, Executive Director of City Fruit
    Gil Schieber, owner of Skipley Farm

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  • Reduce Food Waste at Landfills: Food waste from single family homes accounts for 30% of King County's landfill. How can you reduce food waste, while protecting your wallets, preserving natural resources and reducing greenhouse gas emission?
    09/29/15

    Karen Dale, Gerty Hills, King County Solid Waste

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  • Building Green in Seattle: Explore the concepts and the benefits of building green with local experts. Get inspired by the world famous Bullitt Center.
    08/11/15

    Brad Kahn, Communications Director for the Bullitt Center

    Terry Phelan, Architect and Founder of Living Shelter Design

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  • Hit the Trail: Washington is called the Evergreen State for good reasons. Summer is a great time to enjoy the natural beauty. However, nature is unpredictable. Get tips on how to best enjoy our trails safely.
    07/21/15

    Kindra Ramos, Washington Trail Association

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  • Carbon Washington: Can we find a balancing act between our environmental and financial interest? Learn about I-732, an initiative on revenue neutral carbon tax.
    06/30/15

    Yoram Bauman, Carbon Washington

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  • Green Summer Decor: Reuse and repurpose, plus a bit of nature, can create fun and rustic decors for your summer outdoor enjoyment.
    05/26/15

    Tana Mattson, Interior Designer and owner of Altstadt Interiors

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  • Natural & Organic Bedding: Confused about all the options? Tips on what to look out for in your selection process.
    04/28/15

    Mike Schaefer, Soaring Heart Natural Beds

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  • Spring Gardening: With some patience,  some tolerance, and some creativity working with your local environment, you can have a beautiful garden naturally
    03/24/15

    Lauren Matter, Seattle Tilth

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  • Conscious Development: Development with the community in mind.
    02/24/15

    Matt Haba, Path America

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  • Greening Your Life: What can you do? How can your local government agency help?
    01/27/15

    Tom Watson, King County Recycle & Environmental Services

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  • A Green Holiday: Reuse - Reduce - Recycle. Rejoice this holiday.
    11/25/14

    Brenda DeVore, CleanScapes

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  • Green Home Sanctuary: Home is more than just a roof over our heads. Get tips on how to turn your home into a sancturary for the mind and spirit.
    10/14/14

    Sharon Hanby-Robie, American Society of Interior Designers

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  • Winterize Your Garden: How to protect your plants from the cold wet winter and prepare them for lush season afterwards? Find out from the experts.
    09/30/14

    Sue Hartman, Laura Matter, Seattle Tilth

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  • Industrial Hemp: Industrial hemp used to be on our bills. What happened to it? Get a load down on the history of industrial hemp in the US and the current status.
    08/26/14

    Joy Beckerman, President of the Washington State Chapter of the Hemp Industries Associationand Hemp Ace International

    Other resources: Hemp Technologies Gloabl

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  • Social Enterprise: See how the Millionair Club combines economics and social well-being in its business model to benefit the community as a whole.
    08/19/14

    Cary Calkins, Director of Business Development, the Millionair Club

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  • What is EcoPsychology: Explore the magestic relatiionship between nature and human, both physiological and psychologically.
    07/29/14

    Thomas Doherty, Lewis and Clark Graduate School, OR

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  • Modular Living: Big dream doesn't need to be built on big footprints. Explore the concept of modular living with pods. Build your dream home around sustainability and flexibility.
    07/22/14

    Kevin Coker, Greenpod Intelligent Environments

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  • Washington Trails: Discover the unbeaten path around you.
    06/24/14

    Susan Elderkin, Washington Trails Association

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  • Bellevue Botanical Gardens: Find out more about the grand opening on Father's Day
    06/03/14

    Ken Kroeger, City of Bellevue Parks and Community Service

    Nancy Kartes, Bellevue Botanical Gardens

    George Lasch, Northwest Perennial Alliance

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  • Natural Pest Control: Nature cannot be rushed with quick-fix chemicals. A fun discussion about natural techniques for a beautiful and healthy garden.
    04/29/14

    Sue Hartman, Educator at Seattle Tilth Garden Hotlineand Coordinator at Good Shepherd Garden

    Lisa Neihaus, King Counties Hazardous Waste Management

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  • Geothermal Energy: An overview of what it is and how it is implemented
    04/22/14

    Mark Humphrey, Owner of Ground Source Energy NW

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  • Hydroponics Gardening: An introduction to hydroponics and its benefits
    03/18/14

    Chris Bajuk, Farming Program Manager, and Jim Miller, Executive Director, Millionair Club Charity

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  • Relationship with Your Computer: Healthy computers can make our lives easier and happier.
    02/25/14

    Craig Walker, Coho Computer

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  • Conscious Finance: A discussion of socially responsible investment and community banking. See how you can put your money where your heart is.
    11/19/13

    Sanjay Das, Robertson/Das Socially Responsible Investing

    Jo Figurelli, Umpqua Bank

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  • Fair Trade: An introduction of Fair Trade -- its background, principles, and where it is today.
    10/22/13

    Kmbris Bond, Board Chair, Ten Thousand Villages

    Doug Dirks, Original Forerunner for Fair Trade and Former CEO, Ten Thousand Villages

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  • Light Pollution: A discussion on how too much light can impact our life and our environment, and what is being done about it.
    09/24/13

    Dave Ingram, Northwest Chapter Leader, International Dark-Sky Association

    Eric Scigliano, Contributing Editor, Crosscut, and Science Writer, Washington Sea Grant

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  • Downsizing: A lively discussion to get you ready for a simple, carefree and downsized lifestyle.
    08/27/13

    Christine Arundell, Professional Organizer

    Greg Bartell, Realtor, ReMax Metro Realty & DownsizeNW

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  • Sacred Space: What are sacred spaces? How do you find them? An exploration of the spiritual gifts of Earth.
    07/23/13

    Chuck Pettis, Author of "Secrets of Sacred Space"

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  • Solve the Green Car Myth: Find the best solution for you and Mother Earth.
    06/25/13

    Greg Rock, Co-founder, The Green Car Company

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  • Washington Trails: Explore our great outdoors with Washington Trails Association.
    05/28/13

    Susan Elderkin, Communications and Outreach Director, Washington Trails Association

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  • Wastewater Management: From wastewater to resource, the greening of our wastewater treatment. Plus tips to keep our water clean and safe.
    04/23/13

    Pam  Elardo, Division Director, Annie Kolb Nelson, Communication Specialist, John Phillips, Planner, King County Wastewater Treatment Division

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  • Community & Urban Gardening: Learn about the history of Seattle's P-Patch, and the benefits of community gardening.
    04/16/13

    Melinda Epler, Board Member and Branding Director, P. Patch Trust

    Ray Schutte, Expert and advocate of community and urban gardening; past president, P-Patch Trust

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  • Composting: Step through the transformation process of trash-to-garden.
    03/26/13

    Clarissa Allen, Resource Conservation Program Coordinator, Seattle Tilth

    Susan Thoman, Director of Public Affairs, Cedar Grove Compost

    Carl Woestwin, Landscape Conservation &Waste Prevention team lead, Seattle Public Utilities

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