We've got another whammy of a grand Erstwild planned for the earth day weekend show with host James Moore including a raft of specially culled Earth Day music. First up, we're off to Bhutan with Prof. Lonnie Gamble, director of curriculum for the sustainable living dept at MUM and Bill Goldstein, general counsel and director of international development, to talk about the state premiere tonight of a movie about Bhutan and their upcoming return trip to the Budhhist paradise in June.
At 2:30pm, Fred Kirschenmann, John Ikerd & Travis Cox drop by the studio. Kirschenmann, Distinguished Fellow from ISU's Leopold Center, internationally recognized for his writing on sustainable agriculture and land ethics, is the keynote speaker for today's opening of MUM's Sustainable Living Center. Author and activist Ikerd is Professor Emeritus of Agricultural & Applied Economics University of Missouri Columbia. Cox is professor of sustainable living at MUM.
In the second hour, a surprise guest or two you won't want to miss, an update on Sunday's DIG IN FAIRFIELD at Chautauqua Park, some special 3-D segments with Everybody's John (Earth) Dey and Christine Goodale at the Crepe Escape for a new series of shorts called The Intrepid Field Reports, & more.
At 4pm, it's "Inside the Headlines" with Newsvandal JP Sottile, joining us each week from Oakland, CA with another great set of stories you'll definitely want to explore. For a complete list of this week's headlines, click "Read more" below.
Enjoy a great weekend of earthy activities and special events. Dream green and wake up serene. You know what they say: Every day is Earth Day in Fairfield, I-o-way!! Broadcasting from people-powered solar radio KRUU-FM. Can you dig it?