When frogs disappear or die, it can indicate a threat to humans -- such as a natural disaster. In short, frogs are extremely important part of our lives -- whether we know it or not. Listen to Thayer Cueter better known as the "frog lady" of Just Frogs Toads Too Amphibian Center. Call 425-778-8726 or go to the website www.justfrogs.com
photo by CHRIS GOODENOW from the Everett Herald
This program was 1st aired on KSER 90.7 FM“Seein Green” email@example.com
Approximately one third of the people of the world live in houses built with earth. Tens of thousands of towns and villages have been raised from the ground they are standing on. Today, world consciousness about the use of natural resources and the planet are leading us into a new way of sustainable living.
Super Adobe Earthbag Workshop will be coming to Snohomish County in August. Listen to Jason Knight co-founder of Alderleaf Wilderness College where the five day workshop will be held. To find out more about Earthbag building August 2-6, 2010 call 360-793-8709 or go to www.wildernesscollege.com
Traditional Ecological Knowledge is the term used to describe the skills, wisdom and understanding of nature that our Ancestors had when they lived close to the land. Listen to Jason Knight co-founder and program director of www.wildernesscollege.com
This program was aired first on KSER 90.7FM community radio in Everett.