#1320: Megan Offner, New York Heartwoods

megan-ny-heartwoodsDowned trees are an asset to wood sawyers and the environment at large. Wood from those trees are used for lumber and furniture, which in turn helps divert waste from landfills. Tune in to get great information from Megan Offner of New York Heartwoods. Trees are are precious and give life to Mother Earth. Humans can work intelligently with our environment for mutual prosperity. Go to www.newyorkheartwoods.com for more information.

#1320: Megan Offner, New York Heartwoods

#1314: Yerdle

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Lindsay Bleier, Community Team member of Yerdle, talks about this new sharing platform, which makes it easy to give, get or borrow items in an effort to reduce waste. We live in a throwaway society, and Yerdle is moving to update the mantra “reduce, reuse, recycle,” by bringing it into the 21st Century via social media. For more info go to yerdle.com

 

#1314: Yerdle

#1318: Syd Mandelbaum, Rock and Wrap It Up

syd-mandelbaum-rock-and-wrap-it-up-smilingSyd Mandelbaum and I discuss hunger and poverty issues that affect 50 million Americans each day. We also delve into the Rock and Wrap It Up program called Sports Wrap, and the upcoming event at Citi Field on April 23rd at 6pm, as the New York Mets and ARAMARK are honored recipients of the Lena and Joseph Mandelbaum Humanitarian Award for their service to help feed the hungry. Go to www.rockandwrapitup.org for more information.

 

#1318: Syd Mandelbaum, Rock and Wrap It Up

#1308: Rock and Wrap It Up

syd-mandelbaumSyd Mandelbaum talks about feeding the hungry andfighting poverty. He has helped feed millions of people through the work of Rock and Wrap It Up. Syd uses greening tactics to collect food that is prepared but not served at concerts, sporting events, schools and hotels. Go to rockandwrapitup.org and hungerpedia.com for more info. Hunger is NOT a game.