This week we had a particularly awesome show with an all Green Diva studio. Our only hit of testosterone came in the form of our wonderful friend and green dude, Rodman Schley, host of the TV series, The Urban Conversion.
When did apple picking become such a competitive sport? We went out with a couple of the kids and our grand kids this past weekend and when we pulled up to the farm driveway and saw lots of official looking men with flags to direct traffic and that cars were already overflowing into a new parking field at 10am, we kind of knew we might be in for a serious adventure. We noted all the “security” people and it just didn’t seem congruent with a day at the farm.
They don’t call it the Garden State for nothin’, New Jersey produces some of the best produce in the nation. Last month on my way to our old radio station www.homegrownradionj.com, where I still do a music show with my brother on the Uncle Buggy Show, when I’m in town, I stopped at Silver Lake [...]
What is up with the USDA? Call me crazy, but doesn’t USDA stand for United States Department of Agriculture? Does the USDA only recommend a daily meat diet? What silliness . . . first some thoughtful editor/writer posted a recommendation to consider joining in the Meatless Monday campaign and reduce meat consumption ONE DAY a week [...]
Feeling bombarded by all the eco-this, green-that, sustainable-whatever out there? It is The Green Divas mission to help lighten the load and do some of the homework for our fans. To that end I will try to clear some of this up for you. Here is a list of terms and organizations and their meanings. Aquaculture [...]
In 2007, I had the opportunity to stay at Knoll Farm in Vermont for a week with a group of very inspiring environmentalists. My daughter dubbed the adventure “Farm Camp” and it stuck. The forward-thinking Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation thought it would be a good idea for a few of us to go up to [...]
On the first Earth Day in 1970, my best friend Jennifer and I cut school and took the bus into NYC, where Mayor Lindsay shut down 5th Avenue and offered Central Park to stage the event where it was estimated that over a million people gathered to celebrate. The Vietnam War was in full swing and the [...]