WPAZ radio has a new 15 minute Eco-focused show called Our Environment. In this episode, find out how your home or business can operate more efficiently. Sustainable Solutions Corporation founder Tad Radzinski talked with me at WPAZ studios in Pottstown about how his company helps people get on track environmentally and economically, for the greater good. This is part 2 of the interview. In the tri-county area, tune to channel 1370Am on Fridays at 12:30pm or stream broadcasts online at http://www.wpazradio.com. Click the player below to hear the second part of my interview with Tad.
WPAZ radio has a new 15 minute Eco-focused show called Our Environment. I host the show every Friday at 12:30pm along with Boyertown Interior Designer, Gretchen Lea. In this first episode, Sustainable Solutions Corporation founder, Tad Radzinski, discusses how simple eco-focused changes can improve a business’ bottom line, employee relations, community relations, and best of all, reduce the toll we take on the environment. In the tri-county area, tune to channel 1370Am on Fridays at 12:30pm or stream broadcasts online at http://www.wpazradio.com. Click the player below to hear the first part of our interview with Tad. The second part airs this Friday.
I’ve recently developed a series of feature radio shows for WPAZ radio in Pottstown. The interviews are focused on sustainable businesses in Pottstown and the Tri-County area. In the first episode, I talked to Cynthia Barber-Gale and Michael Gale of BarberGale Design Group. They develop branding and graphic design for businesses that are focused on sustainability. In the tri-county area, tune to channel 1370 am on Fridays at 12:30pm or stream broadcasts online at http://www.wpazradio.com.
Some things are meant to be, whether we like it or not. To me, composting is inevitable if you really enjoy gardening. I live with my mother in Chester Springs, PA and I have as much gardening freedom as one can have in a new townhouse development where landscaping is restricted by an association. Continue reading
I fell in love with the idea of green roofs before I fully understood the concept. The thought of decreasing rainwater run-off by attaching plants to a roof just blew my mind. And as I’ve learned how rooftop plants lower energy costs and help cool buildings in the summer, I’ve been itching to tour the green roof at the PECO building in Philadelphia.
My friend Allison has this line she sometimes says in a horrible masculine urban accent, “Damn Nature! You Scary!” I laugh every time I hear it. But right now I’m too shocked and shaken to laugh. Maybe I will by the time I finish this post. This is the story of a wayward bird and fate.
This has been, and will probably continue to be, a very buggy growing season. With all of the recent rain relief in the Philadelphia area, I’m happy that I can stop being a slave to the garden hose for a few days. But with all this new moisture, heat, and my naive decision to plant so many things in a small area, I still have to check for pests constantly. Continue reading