02-08-2018 Waste Matters: Jon Yoder of Salem Environmental Education

The Willamette Valley is lucky to have a guy like environmental educator Jon Yoder who uses his vast expertise to educate young and old alike in the ways of  the natural world.  And lucky you to be able to find out more about him on our W.M. podcast!!

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01-25-2018 Waste Matters: Christopher Holland of Taproot Restaurant

Taproot owner, Christopher Holland, joined Waste Matters on the Air and gave us a history on how he went from a young North Salem High  grad into the world of restauranting. Hear how he did it, along with a few of his reuse and repurposing tricks he learned along the way. 

 

 

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01-11-2018 Waste Matters: Nathan Good Architects, LLC

Nathan Good joins Waste Matters on the Air to discuss the importance of sustainable architecture and walks us through the steps of building a green home from bottom to top.  Where else can you build a home in only thirty minutes??  Tune in!

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12-28-2017 Waste Matters: Barnwood Naturals

 

Business owner, woodworker, and artiste Bruce Wadleigh of Barnwood Naturals shares his story of how one-person’s passion for reusing old wood became a thriving livelihood for himself and his staff.

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12-14-2017 Waste Matters: Willamette University sustainability efforts

Joe Abraham, Director of the Willamette University Sustainability Institute, fills us in on some of the sustainability initiatives that WU has put into place both as a practice and as an educational tool for their students.

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11-9-2017 Waste Matters: Rochelle Rafn

For years, Nate and Rochelle Rafn have been striving to create a restaurant that embraces sustainability as a core principle of their operations.  How do they do it?  Rochelle joins Waste Matters and fills us in on the details that it entails.

 

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10-26-2017 Waste Matters: One Fair World

Desta Sirrine of One Fair World joins Waste Matters to share what O.F.W. is all about, why it’s a Fair Trade organization, and how they’ve managed to reduce waste and become a more sustainable organization.   Check.  It.  Out.

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10-12-17 Waste Matters: Marion County Water Quality

Wondering who’s watching out for streams and creeks in Marion County? That would be Keare Blaylock and Kaileigh Westermann,  Environmental Specialists for Marion County Environmental Services. Join us as they give us the “flow down” on WQ issues and ways you and I can work to have cleaner, safer streams.

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9-28-17 Waste Matters: Mid-Valley Oral Maxillofacial & Implant Surgery

Green dentistry?  You better believe it!  Stacy and David Swiderski fill our knowledge-cavities with their story of how they took a professional disaster and turned it into an opportunity to green up their working environment.  But if you don’t listen in, you won’t know….

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