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  • Producer/Host: Rhonda Feiman
    Studio Engineer: Joel Mann

    Topic: Sustainable Agriculture in Maine

    What is sustainable agriculture? How is health related to the food we eat? How can we participate in supporting and benefiting from local farmers and their produce?

    Guest: Polly Shyka from Village Farm, Freedom Village, Maine, www.villagefarmfreedom.com

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  • Producer/Host: Andree Bella
    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

    Topic: Near-Death Experiences

    What is a near-death experience? What scientific research exists on this subject? How do near-death experiences relate to the existence of an afterlife?

    Guest: Dr. Jeffrey Long, MD, Founder of the Near Death Experience Research Foundation, www.nderf.org and author of “Evidence of the Afterlife: The Science of Near-Death Experiences”

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  • Producer/Host: Rhonda Feiman

    Topic: Hospice and End of Life Issues

    What is Hospice? How does the hospice philosophy enhance and ease the experience of the family of the dying individual? How do hospice and hospice volunteers work as a team to make the end-of-life experience easier?

    Guest: Jill Kulbe, Director of Homecare Services at Waldo County Homecare and Hospice, www.wcgh.org, 207-338-2268

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  • Producer/Host: Andree Bella

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  • Producer/Host: Andree Bella
    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

    Topic: Spiritual Psychology

    What is spiritual psychology? What are some of the tools/techniques used in today’s guest’s practice? How can spiritual psychology be helpful?

    Guest: Besty Sweet, sweetspirit.joyfulliving@gmail.com , 207-441-3060

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  • Producer/Host: Rhonda Feiman
    Co-Producer: Petra Hall
    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

    Topic: The Trauma Resiliency Model and the Healing of Acute & Chronic Post-Traumatic Stress

    What is the Trauma Resiliency Model? What is a Resiliency Informed Community? How is this model being used for returning veterans and used in schools and other organizations?

    Guest: Elaine Miller Karas, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Co-Founder of The Trauma Resource Institute, www.TraumaResourceInstitute.com , (505) 803-3550

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  • Producer/Host: Andree Bella
    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

    Topic: The Raw Milk Revolution

    Is raw milk good for you? What are the pros and cons? Is it available here in Maine? Where? How can listeners who are interested in doing so, support local farmers who produce raw milk?

    Guest:
    David E. Gumpert, author of “The Raw Milk Revolution.. Behind America’s Emerging Battle Over Food Rights”
    www.thecompletepatient.com www.realmilk.com

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  • Producer/Host: Cynthia Swan
    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

    Topic: How to Get the Sugar Monkey Off Your Back

    What effect does sugar have on the body? Why do we crave sugar? What are some healthier alternatives to white sugar or corn syrup?

    Guest: Holly Noonan, CHHP, Holistic Health and Nutrition Counselor, www.MindBodyNutrition.net, holly@mindbodynutrition.net, 207-975-9442

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