Archive for the ‘Travel’ Category


Tucson’s Wheels: What Keeps them Turning?

Jim DeGrood, Pima Association of Governments, Deputy Director, Patrick Hartley, Sustainability Coordinator – We’ll hear from Jim and Patrick with an overview of the RTA (Regional Transportation Authority) program with an emphasis on mobility,

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Filed Under: Environmental Impact, Health, Home, Innovation & Technology, Radio Show, Travel, Tucson & Southern Arizona Community

BEST OF SHOW: Creating a Culture of Peace Worldwide

Leslie Meehan, PhD Co-Founder and Council Member Gaiafield Project – Leslie is a social architect and activist committed to community healing and transformation. How are we learning to…

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Filed Under: Environmental Impact, Health, Home, Kids, Radio Show, Travel

Are We Loving Yellowstone to Death?

Help is on the way! Enter Heather White, President & CEO of Yellowstone Forever, who I recently interviewed. Yellowstone Forever resulted from the merging of the Yellowstone Park Foundation (fundraising) and the Yellowstone Association (education) last summer. They are developing…

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Filed Under: Innovation & Technology, News, Newsletter, Travel

Yellowstone: Preserving a National Treasure

Heather White, President & CEO of Yellowstone Forever (And friend of MGW) – This Foundation is the official fundraising partner of Yellowstone National Park. It was started in 1996…

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Filed Under: Radio Show, Travel

#TinyLab

Corbett and Grace Lunsford, Proof is Possible Tour – You might have to read this twice but here’s the deal – Corbett, Grace and their NEW baby are on a 20-city, 10 month tour in…

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Filed Under: Home, Radio Show, Travel

Plastic Whale

Marius Smit, Founder of Plastic Whale – Ready for yet another first? Plastic Whale is the FIRST professional plastic fishing company in the world. A social enterprise with a mission:…

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Filed Under: Awareness & Action, Environmental Impact, Radio Show, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Travel

Olympics 2016 – The Yin & The Yang

To begin with, I had to make sure I had the definitions of yin and yang correct. I am glad I looked them up because they fit in perfectly for the purpose of this blog. I have to admit I was taken aback by what characteristics were attributed to feminine and the masculine but I […]

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Filed Under: Blog, Environmental Impact, Health, Travel

Being, Listening, Breathing, Healing

  The very good news is that as I sit and write this, I am surrounded by conditions that are close to idyllic. It’s a cool and breezy 72 degrees and I am in the White Mountains in a little village called Greer, Arizona. Not only can I hear any number of birds singing, but […]

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Filed Under: Blog, Health, Home, Kids, Travel

Being, Listening, Breathing, Healing

The very good news is that as I sit and write this, I am surrounded by conditions that are close to idyllic. It’s a cool and breezy 72 degrees and I am in the White Mountains in a little village called Greer, Arizona. Not only can I hear any number of birds singing, but the sound of the Little Colorado River about 50 feet from my door could put me to sleep – easily!

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Filed Under: Health, Home, Kids, News, Newsletter, Travel

The Big Green Apple Experience

In the last newsletter I tried to capture and convey the magic of the first part of my big green trip to the East Coast. I have no earthly clue as to how I am going to report on the second part of it spend in New York City and do it justice but I will do my best because the magic just didn’t stop.

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Filed Under: Environmental Impact, Fashion & Beauty, Gardening, Health, Home, News, Newsletter, Travel