Podcasts from June 2016

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Southern Menus Come Together With Soil Grown Love

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Rafe and Ansley Rivers of Canewater Farm in McIntosh County talk about their vegetable-growing business and art. Native Georgians, they moved to the coast three years ago to pursue their dream of farm ownership. A photographer, Ansley talks about her project documenting America’s rivers.

Horrible, Captivating Disaster Tourism Post Civil War

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Historian Drew Swanson talks about post Civil War “disaster tourism” and how it relates to the South’s conservation movement. A professor at Wright State University, Swanson argues that postwar emphasis on wildness, recreation and isolation fueled later generations. He spoke at the Coastal Nature, Coastal Culture symposium organized by the Ossabaw Island Foundation.

What If We Promoted King’s Legacy Every Day?

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Tybee Island activist Julia Pearce talks about her life-changing moments and latest causes. An inspiration, she shares advice on how to live and better the world. Pearce founded Tybee MLK, a year-round island legacy to non-violence and understanding.