Sarah Low gives insight on how tree planting can increase civic and community engagement, and shares what it means to “tree-map” our city and its arboreal canopy. Interview begins at .
Robert Demko talks about diet, food, identity, comfort, and health. Interview starts at .
Leah Michaelsen introduces us to the City of Tacoma’s Office of Environmental Policy and Sustainability, explains the city’s Climate Emergency Resolution, and celebrates Earth Day! Interview begins at .
Christopher Uebelhor shares the history of Tacoma’s first successful non-native settler who braved the Oregon Trail to stake his claim in Old Town. Interview starts at .
Artist Mindy Barker paints love through the streets of Tacoma, and brings us back to a time when a Bear named Jack drank beer from the hotel bar. Interview begins at .
Brent Mason introduces us to a museum that celebrates our maritime heritage, a building that’s survived all odds, environmental stewardship and remediation, and one butt-kicking lady. Interview begins at .
Dana Coggon is BACK, this time to talk about managing noxious weeds, from they annoying but tasty blackberry to more nefarious flora like giant hogweed or poison hemlock. Interview begins at .
Young adult author Marissa Meyer spins tales of cyborgs and space kittens, heroes and villains, from the world of traditional fairy tales and children’s literature. Interview begins at .