All Things Green airs the 2nd Thursday of the month at 4 pm!

All Things Green is TRF’s monthly radio show on ICRV – The Stream Feeding the Lower River Valley. The show provides a dialogue for environmental activities in our region, updates and information from grantee organizations, and tips for sustainable living. The program airs live the 2nd Thursday of the month at 4 pm.

Email us with information about upcoming environmental programs and events and be sure to listen in!

Listen to past shows in the ICRV Archives.

Dec 14  – Guest Gabe Russo, Director of Forest City Farms in Middletown, discusses the farm, what they grows, and where it goes.

Nov 9  – Guest Lisa Sherman, a language arts teacher at Woodrow Wilson Middle School and director of the 21st Century Environmental Learners in Action program, discusses the program, environmental learning, and the benefits of nature awareness.

Oct 14  – Guests Eric Hammerling, Executive Director, and Lindsay Suhr, Land Conservation Director of Connecticut Forest & Park Association, discuss CFPA and its projects and initiatives.

Sept 14  – Jim Childress, FAIA, a principal of Centerbrook Architects and Planners discusses sustainable architecture and the LEED and Living Building Challenge movements.

Aug 10 – Guest Amy B. Paterson, executive director of the Connecticut Land Conservation Council talks about the importance of local land trusts and her organization’s efforts in supporting land trusts throughout the State.

July 13 – Guest Luella Landis, vice president of the Mattabeseck Audubon Society talks with us about the bicentennial of Henry David Thoreau’s birth and our joint presentation of “An Evening with Henry David Thoreau” coming up on September 28, 2017.

June 8 – Guest Alicea Charamut, river steward for our state for the Connecticut River Conservancy talks about the European Water Chestnut and volunteer opportunities to help pull this highly invasive plant.

May 11 – Guest Suzanne Thompson from CT Outdoors and the Save Oswegatchie Hills Coalition discusses the importance of this fragile coastal forest on the Niantic River.

April 13 – Guests are author and member of the Indian Hill Cemetery Association, Sally D’Aquila and Ingrid Eck, Rockfall Foundation volunteer, Wesleyan University student, and facilitator of the Wesleyan Green Fund. This roundtable discussion focuses on how the efforts of one person can have an exponential benefit for the environment.

March 8John Hall, executive director of the Jonah Center for Earth and Art discussing the Complete Streets program in Middletown

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