15. Art Connects Us to Ourselves and Others

In episode 15 of Small Town Big Stories, Jill talks with Mark Pearce about how all forms of art connect us to ourselves and others and the importance of respecting the environment by making small, daily choices to protect our resources.  They also discuss poetry, books, movies and more!  A correction for the episode: Mark let me know that when he mentions the number of plastic straws that are sent to dumps he meant to say 5-hundred million straws per day. (500,000,000). Or, about 1.54 straws per each US citizen.

Some things we talk about that I promised to add to the show notes, and some I didn’t promise:

  • Unknowable, by Jill Szoo Wilson, art by Heiko Müller: Unknowable
  • Joel Salatin is the name of the farmer who created the Chicken Tractor Movement
  • The Way of Qigong: The Art and Science of Chinese Energy Healing, by Kenneth S. Cohen
  • 7 Habits of Highly Successful People, by Stephen Covey
  • Nicholas and Alexandra: The Classic Account of the Fall of the Romanov Dynasty, by Robert K. Massey
  • BlindSpotting, the film
  • Citizens for Environmental Action Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/CEAburg/
  • Old Drum Open Mic Facebook Page: ODOM
  • And So It Flows, by Mark Pearce: Mark’s Poem
  • Stewardship, by Mark Pearce: Mark’s Poem
  • Trees and Grasses, by Mark Pearce: Mark’s Poem

 


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