Thursday, May 21, 2009

Helen Thayer: Living with Wolves



Helen Thayer

Helen Thayer: Living with Wolves
Friday, May 22
12 - 1 p.m. (PT)/3 - 4 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast
www.Beyond50Radio.com

For Beyond 50's "Travel" talks, listen to an interview with Helen Thayer from Washington. She is regarded by National Geographic as "One of the Great Explorers of the 20th Century." We've had her on the program before to talk about walking the whole length of the Mongolian Gobi Desert (about 1,500 miles) in her 60s. She'll discuss about another adventure: hiking to the Yukon Territory with her husband Bill to live for 6-months, one hundred feet from a wolf den to observe and form a friendship with the wolves in the wild.

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Susun WeedMaster Herbalist Susun Weed
on Herbal Infusions

For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, listen to an interview with Susun Weed, an internationally renowned expert on healing herbs. She'll recommend all to change what you drink. Instead of coffee, tea, fruit juice, soda or even bottled water, drink nourishing herbal infusions. They are powerhouses of vitamins, minerals, proteins and other phytonutrients like polyphenols and phytoestrogens. Herbal Infusions can literally rebuild the body. In the interview, she recommends you try Nettle, Red Clover, Oat Straw, Comfrey Leaf and Linden Flower.

Sound Symbol To Hear the Past Recording, Click on This: Episode 139





Friendly Haven FarmSpringtime at Friendly
Haven Farm

For Beyond 50's "Sustainable & Eco-Friendly Practices," listen to an interview with Jacqueline Freeman, the co-owner of the Friendly Haven Farm in Venersborg,WA. She'll talk about biodynamic farming in the Springtime. Their methods are based on the principles of Rudolph Steiner, an Austrian social philosopher of the twentieth century. Steiner understood the Earth to be a living, interconnected organism; the farm should be a self-contained organism that functions like a microcosm. Steiner is also known for the idea of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), Waldorf schools, and anthroposophical medicine.

Sound Symbol To Hear the Past Recording, Click on This: Episode 140




BisonTrackers NW:
Buffalo Butchering & Meat Preservation

For Beyond 50's "Sustainable & Eco-Friendly Practices," listen to an interview with Andrew Pinger of Trackers NW. He'll talk about the class he teaches to address our general disconect with our food through full, unabridged participation in the killing, gutting, skinning, butchering and eating of a domestic American Buffalo. It is an intense and communal experience!

Sound Symbol To Hear the Past Recording, Click on This: Episode 92






May is Asian Pacific Heritage Month
Biker in Vietnam

In recognition of both Asian Pacific Heritage Month and National Biking Month, we will have Erica Warmbrunn on the program on Friday, May 29 at 1:30 p.m. (PT) to talk about her 8-month long biking trek through Mongolia, China, and Vietnam, all the way to the Mekong Delta.

We encourage you to tune in and get into the cycling lifestyle for fun and adventure.


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