Podcast Archive

Past Green Living Seminar Podcasts

 

2020 SEMINARS

Plastics in the Environment: Separating Myth from Reality
1/30/20

Water Quality in the Hoosic River Watershed  
2/20/20

Road Salt: the Problem, the Solution, and How to Get There 
2/23/20

PFOA in New York and Vermont 
2/27/20

Mercury in the Environment: Ecological and Human Impacts
3/5/20
 


2019 Seminars

Organic Certification: The story behind the label
Laura Davis, Northeast Organic Farming Association/ Massachusetts Chapter, Organic Certification
Assistance Coordinator and Soil Technical Advisor (podcast)
1/31/19

Cows Save the Planet: Soil, climate, and the promise of regenerative agriculture Judith D. Schwartz, Journalist and Author of “Cows Save the Planet” and “Water in Plain Sight” (podcast)
2/7/19

Realizing the New England Food Vision
Julia Freedgood, America Farmland Trust, Assistant Vice President of Programs (podcast)
2/14/19

Farming in the City
Lydia Sisson, Mill City Grows, Co-Founder (podcast)
2/21/19

Indoor Farming: The future of food?
James Mayer, Grateful Greens, Farmer (podcast)
2/28/19

Closing the Loop: Composting food waste
Trevor Mance, TAM Organics LLC, Owner (podcast)
3/7/19

Land Rich, Dirt Poor: Dairy Farming in New England
Sarah Gardner, Williams College Center for Environmental Studies, Associate Director and Lecturer in Environmental Studies (podcast)
4/4/19

Climate-smart agricultural policy in New York
Julie Suarez, College of Agriculture and Life Science at Cornell University, Associate Dean (podcast)
4/11/19

Innovating Open-Source Technology for Small-Scale Sustainable Agriculture
Dorn Cox, Tuckaway Farm, Farmer; Farm Hack and FarmOS Co-founder (podcast
4/25/19