How important is composting in a climate emergency?

Francisco Torres, Founder and General Manager of Compost For Life in Miami Florida, joined me in the ecogal studio to learn about the mission of his company as well as delve into what compost is and the value composting provides from growing more food to drawing down carbon to helping mitigate climate change.

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What does fair trade mean when it comes to tea?

Sarah Scarborough, the Tea Huntress joined me in the ecogal studio to share her journey of becoming the Tea Huntress, as well as sustainability in trade, her connection to nature, and what makes one tea stand out from another. This was a conversation that could have continued for hours, and therefore, will have more episodes…

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Do you know what’s in your skin care?

Natalie Novak of KPS Essentials joined me in the ecogal studio to talk about the shocking discovery that changed the trajectory of her life, her reason for creating an all organic food-grade skincare line. We talked about why it’s important to know the ingredients in the products you are putting on your largest organ, your…

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How safe is your hair color?

Debra Dickey of Sweet Seven Organic Salon in Nashville, Tennessee joined me in the ecogal studio to talk about hair color, what we don’t usually think to ask about when it comes to our hair, and how that lack of knowledge could pose a danger to our health and well being. We had a lively…

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What is a Food Cooperative?

Ellery Richardson, environmental attorney and co-founder of the Nashville Food Co-op joined me in the ecogal studio to talk about the importance of community, local economy, autonomy, values, supporting local growers and makers, and building a community around these things through a food cooperative and what that is.

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