Down to Earth is a podcast about hope. As climate change collides with our industrial food system, we focus not on doom but instead on people who are developing practical, innovative solutions. We invite you to meet farmers, ranchers, scientists, land managers, writers, and many others on a mission to create a world in which the food we eat is healthy—for us, for the land and water from which it springs, for the lives and livelihoods of the producers, and for the planet.

Quivira has co-produced this podcast with Mary Charlotte Domandi and Radio Cafe.

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Episodes

Episode 23 – Planting the seeds of local agriculture

Planting the seeds of local agriculture Bill McDorman is executive director of the Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance in Ketchum, Idaho, and co-founder of the Seed School. We discuss the rapidly-growing seed-saving movement, and its benefits for a more sustainable and local...

Episode 21 – Eating wild foods in the industrial age

Eating wild foods in the industrial age What’s the difference between one head of lettuce and another? A lot, journalist Jo Robinson tells us. The foods we eat that are freshest and closest to their wild ancestors are healthier and can prevent many of the chronic...

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Register for the 2018 Comanche Creek Volunteer Weekend!

August 2-5

 

Join Quivira and restoration experts Bill Zeedyk, Jeff Adams, Mark Reineke, Margie Tatro, and Richard Smith in work to improve wetland function and keep the creeks flowing in the Valle Vidal. 

Friday and Saturday, we will be working in the Foreman tributary to Comanche Creek. This is a truly beautiful area, not easily accessible to the public. As always, we will be moving rocks, sod, and logs. Come to get muddy and then to relax in camp with friends old and new. 

On Sunday, we will be exploring using the concept of Keyline Design for slope wetland restoration with Jan-Willem Jansens of Ecotone and the rest of the team. There will be a brief introduction to Keyline Design Principles and then a hands-on volunteer project to implement the designs in Holman Creek. It's possible just to come for Sunday.

 

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Contact Mollie Walton with any questions at mwalton@quiviracoalition.org or at 254-688-0348.

 

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