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How To Think Like A Plant with Harriet Witt

9/5/2018
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Astronomer & primal scientist Harriet Witt presents us with a way to view the evolution of life on Earth through the lens of Hawaiian knowledge. CREDITS: Story & narration by Harriet Witt at PassengerPlanet.com Audio recording, audio & video production by Loxley Clovis at StoryConnective.org

Duration:00:10:00

017-SB Stories of Food – Story Bridge

7/5/2018
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In this episode, we asked folks to talk about a significant moment in their lives around food, eating, & meals. We brought the Story Bridge Method to a local acting class for senior citizens in our community. Story Bridge is a community storytelling & performance method that has been used for decades all over the world to strengthen dozens of communities. The method guides a group of people to tell stories from their own lives & to deeply listen to other participants’ stories. All the...

Duration:00:20:01

016 Designing for Food Security with Common Ground Collective

6/5/2018
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A lot of land is legally zoned to be producing more food than it currently is. If these properties had the support to be in food production, they could literally add tons of food to the food system. Common Ground Collective is a non-profit that has been designed to make it easy for people grow more food on their own property. They will employ mobile farmers with the skills & passion to transform unproductive land into blossoming small farms, & they will also provide the administrative &...

Duration:00:45:24

015 Wild Wisdom, Wild Weeds - Katrina Blair

5/5/2018
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Katrina Blair is the author of The Wild Wisdom of Weeds, a forager’s guide to ultimate food security. Few people have sparked my imagination more about what it means to be resilient than Katrina Blair. In her book she identifies 13 global survival plants – commonly considered weeds in American Culture – that are nutritious, medicinal, improve soil health, & naturally grow in abundance with absolutely no human effort. These plants grow everywhere humans live– from the Arctic Circle to the...

Duration:00:27:13

013-FT The Nightingale - a story told by Rebecca Rhapsody

3/6/2018
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In this episode we tell you a lesser-known fairy tale written by Hans Christian Andersen about a melodious songbird during the Industrial Revolution. “The Nightingale” was originally published in 1843, as the machines of the Industrial Revolution were appearing in greater numbers around the world, & as engineers & philosophers were singing the praises of their advancement. In this story, Andersen masterfully juxtaposes the emergence of the machines of his time with this story about a...

Duration:00:25:25

012-RM Connecting Local: Music, Food, Community

2/6/2018
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This podcast episode is about music & how it can inspire a regenerative way of life. Enjoy the music & manaʻo (thoughts) of these amazing artists & farmers: Pat Simmons Jr, Paul Izak, & Evan Ryan. Learn about what inspires them, their community work, & about how Maui’s Central Valley could be cultivated to benefit future generations. SPECIAL THANKS TO: Pat Simmons Jr – PatSimmonsJr.com Paul Izak – PaulIzakMusic.com | PaulIzak.Bandcamp.com [...]

Duration:00:59:38

010 Seeds of Inspiration - Don Tipping

10/22/2017
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Don Tipping is a leader in the movement of saving seeds and protecting genetic biodiversity for generations to come. Don talks about why he does what he does, and he shares real stories and useful suggestions for those that want to contribute to supporting the resiliency of life. Don is a bioregional seedsman and owner of Seven Seeds Farm in Southern Oregon. He is the founder of Siskiyou Seeds, a fairly unique organic seed company which for over 20 years has grown much of its own seeds...

Duration:00:52:53

009 Amazing Is Your Birthright - Noah Rattler

9/2/2017
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Noah Rattler takes us on a journey into ourselves & beyond. We talk about everything from science fiction, to ancient Rome, to mental illness, to shifting society. Noah has some incredible ways of cultivating resilience in possibility in his own life. A few years ago he walked 1,800 miles from Houston to LA in the sweltering summer heat to raise awareness for homelessness, & to show his community & beyond how any human can do extraordinary things. We hear the story of his walk, his...

Duration:00:39:24

What is Story Connective?

8/8/2017
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The Stories we see & hear shape what we think is possible. We tell inspiring stories of resilience, possibility & cooperation. We also tell myths & folktales that connect us with deeper ways of being. This video is a short description of what we are seeking to do with our content. If you support Story Connective’s 501(c)(3) mission & vision of bringing stories of resilience & possibilities to the world & would like to help our project, there are many ways you can help us: Share this with...

Duration:00:04:47

008 Free Food - a story by Rebecca Rhapsody

5/30/2017
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People come together & volunteer to feed the hungry free of charge in cities across the world based on idea that another world is possible. Rebecca Rhapsody of the Story Connective tells her experience with the Houston, Texas chapter involved in this global movement that shares donated food with people to address the issue of food waste. This telling took place in front of a live audience at the Tejas Storytelling Festival. If you support Story Connective’s 501(c)(3) mission & vision of...

Duration:00:19:24

005-RM What Jobs Can We Create Now? - Jenny Pell pt. 2

3/25/2017
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In pt. 2 of our interview with Jenny Pell, she focuses on the local food economy. We talk about what it could look like to create thrivelihoods for people - jobs & ways of life that are financially sustainable, while also in balance with our natural resources & the needs of the Maui community. Most of what Jenny talks about is very relevant to any community that wants to increase their local food production & resilience. In this episode, we hear more highlights from the Mālama ‘Āina...

Duration:00:43:37

001 Cultivating Resilience in Schools - Doug Banner

1/20/2017
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Doug Banner is a long time Social Artist, with many stories to tell of his well lived, mythic life. He is an educator, researcher, woodworker, & more. He is the executive director of The Flow Project, which defines & studies the applications of the flow state of artists in their creative process. He also regularly trains teachers to be Social Artists in Aruba, co-teaching with fellow Social Artist Jan Sanders. In this Episode you’ll hear a story told by Doug Banner, a veteran Social...

Duration:00:26:17