On this program we often here from professionals like
doctors and lawyers; we've interviewed college professors,
historians, and journalists. Today we want to hear from another
group in our community. Let's find out what the young people in
our community have to say!
Tim Berggrin is in his first yer in college.
Tim's book mentions include:
World Religions, Houston Smith
Untethered Soul, Michael Singer
Our next in studio guest today has been on the show for
a while now. Miss Isabella Ball who has a book review of The Alchemyst, by author Michael Scott.
Joseph Braun from Carmel has a thirty five year career as a teacher and teacher educator. He continues to teach courses online with the University of Missouri and is Professor Emeritus at Illinois State University. He shares his passion and experiences with an alternative education method inspired by Maurice Gibbons and "The Walkabout" a movie depicting education in aspects of life beyond core curriculum. Listen online or download this podcast.
Ken shares his original inspiration at age 10 reading The Secret Garden. Years later, at UCSC his participation in the garden project would turn him to this life's work. Winning awards for community outreach and innovation his team of passionate professionals, continue to grow.
This interview was very informative on the topic of organic farming, ecological landscaping, and permaculture innovations and education.
Ken Foster, is a native of Santa Cruz, California. In 1985 Ken was an apprentice
at the U.C. Santa Cruz Farm and Garden
and has a certificate in Ecological Horticulture from there. Ken also
has an A.S. degree in horticulture from Cabrillo College. Ken is a
landscape contractor, a certified permaculture designer and the owner
of Terra Nova Ecological Landscaping since 1988.
Michael Calabrese of Salon Park Avenue, is not just a great hair stylist, (and that he is).
He is also a successful urban farmer! Living in Carmel Valley, much
like he grew up, growing food and living close to the land. Michael
tells stories about how old Monterey was, how life is for him working
less than 4 days per week, and living off the harvest that he grows in
his yard. He still makes time to travel. He has many friends and
relatives that share in his farming ventures and knows how to build
community around him. He shares some favorite recipes that will make
your mouth water.
Winter garden, chickens, bees, horses and don't forget canning! Listen in and see if you don't feel inspired to grow at home!
Salon Park Avenue, Monterey, California - for the best haircut ever!