Host: Jane Haskell, Extension Educator, University of Maine Cooperative Extension Topic: How Do Incubators Work in Maine? Guests: Rosemary Baldacci, York County Community Action Program; Beth Calder, Extension Food Science Specialist, University of Maine; Joe Perkins, Small Business Specialist, Washington Hancock Community Agency What is the history of incubators in Maine? How many are there? How do businesses participate in them? Call in show
Producer/Host: Jim Campell
Producer: Amy Browne
An update on a peace rally and march planned for September 30 in Bangor (Maine)
Volunteer opportunities at Spruce Run, an agency providing domestic violence services
Host: Phil Bailey
Producer/Host: Jim Campbell
Have you ever gone on an airplane trip to a place many time zones away, and for a few days after you arrived, felt a bit out of sync with your surroundings?
Or maybe you have a difficult time adjusting to the vastly different amounts of light available in a Maine summer and winter – and this is the time of year you really begin to notice it.
These feelings are a natural physical result of biological clocks built into our systems. Alan Rosenwater is our guest, and he has spent decades studying the phenomenon of circadian rhythms in animals and people.
Producer: Amy Browne Contributors: Chris Covert, Carolyn Coe, Bob LeVangie (audio recording), Ousman (theme music) Topics: Community radio in Africa, Penobscot Theatres Upcoming Season, voices and music from the WERU Full Circle Fair
Host: Dave Evans
Topic: Solar in the “normal” home. Can a household with normal appliances work with solar? What problems do homeowners encounter with solar-electric?
Guests: Maddy Kelly, Rufus Wanning, Kimball Petty
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Hosts/Producers: Amy Browne and Meredith DeFrancesco
An interview with Derrick Jensen, award winning, best selling author of several books, most recently Endgame Volume 1: The Problem of Civilization and Endgame Volume 2: Resistance
Derrick Jensen and musician Dana Lyons will be in Rockport, Maine on September 9, 2006 at a benefit for the Audubon Expedition Institute (FMI: Jasper Montgomery, 207-338-5859)