Sustainable House Sketchbook 6/15/17

Producer/Host: Jim Bahoosh

In Hot Water

Notes from the Electronic Cottage 6/15/17

Producer/Host: Jim Campbell

What happens when digital tech intersects with the life sciences? A lot, and more every day. Some of the intersection is amazing in a good way, some amazing in a not-so-good way. See what you think.

Power for the People 6/14/17

Producer/Host: Steve Kahl
Engineer: John Greenman

Alternative Energy: Solar PV policy in the current legislature

Key Discussion Points
a) net metering
b) proposed PUC rules
c) solar Power Purchase Agreements

Chuck Piper, Sundog Solar
Vaughn Woodruff, Insource Renewables
Holly Noyes, Revision Energy

Quiet Fire 6/14/17

Producer/Host: Duncan Newcomer

Modest Memory

Maine Currents 6/13/17

Guest Producer/Host: John Greenman
Engineer: Amy Browne

Avoiding and Mitigating Watershed pollution

-What is “clean” water?
-what’s the Section 319 grant?
-Who can apply and get help?

Zack Steele, Exec. Dir. Hancock Cty. S.W.C.District
Chip Stubbs, Alamoosook Lake resident, past president of the Alamoosook Lake Association
John Wedin, Watershed Stewart for the Ellsworth, ME Water District
Art Grindle, Kennebec County Soil and Water Conservation District

Maine Currents- independent local news, views and culture, every Tuesday at 4pm on WERU-FM and

BoatTalk 6/13/17

Producers/Hosts: Mike Joyce & Alan Sprague
Engineer: Amy Browne

Program Topic: boattalk cruise, survival stories
Key Discussion Points:
a) bar harbor cruise terminal
b) composting toilets
b) teenage drifters
penobscot river issues
e) boattalk cruise

guests: Jim Freeman Penobscot River Keepers by phone
Michael Finkel author by phone

Outside the Box 6/13/17

Producer/Host: Larry Dansinger

Pennies Promote Peace

A Word in Edgewise 6/12/17

Producer/Host: R.W. Estela

The Priority of Solutions