Antoine de Saint-Exupéry reminds us that “What is essential is invisible to the eye.” Michael Chase, best-selling author and founder of The Kindness Center, and Sandra Fisher, suicide prevention advocate and mother, talk to us about emotional essentials on this week’s show.
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Looking to tread lightly on the planet? From healthy foods to Earth-friendly household items, we’ve got you covered. Join our conversations with Avery Kamila, Natural Foodie columnist for the Portland Press Herald and SunriseGuide publisher, Heather Chandler.
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Life is meant to be savored, and what better way to do so
than through food? In his book "Taste, Memory," author David Buchanan
"traces the experiences of modern-day explorers who rediscover culturally
rich forgotten foods and return them to our tables for all to experience and
savor." We enjoy his insights as a farmer, gardener and slow foods
advocate. Hear about Maine's best "savor spots" from Eat Maine writer,
Amy Anderson, and learn about Maine sea salt from Karina Napier, founder of Sea Change. We'll leave your mouth watering!
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Good ideas become truly great when we back them with a solid
foundation of practice. As part of our "Sustainability" show, Cecily
Pingree describes her experience with Maine's Own Organic Milk farmers while
filming the documentary "Betting the Farm," and TEDx Dirigo presenter
Seth Silverton explores the idea of self-reliance as espoused by The Wood Chop
School. Tune in and learn more!
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