Listen: Changing Our Climate with the Food We Eat

I’m on the Salt Spring Gulf Island Community Radio interviewing people near and far who are making good news on the planet by helping to shift the outcome of our future.

These people and companies have created solutions to local and global issues we’re facing at the moment. Sharing the good news that’s happening on the planet is key at this time as there are people out there who are making big changes and we need to see the turning tides.
In this episode I’m talking with Dan Jason the owner of Salt Spring Seeds. Dan has a vision to help communities around the world let go of their dependence on the food industry and fulfill their communities grocery needs at home - without compromising the varieties of food we love!

He is committed to helping people grow their own food and save their own seeds. In this episode we're exploring how to relate with our future through the foods we choose.

We're also diving into:

  • How the design of seeds can effect our longevity on the planet
  • The basic seeds that can keep us be sustained into the future
  • What’s needed to keep our communities from being cut off from food sources
  • How to feed ourselves and get beyond having to pay for food

Who am I?

I’m Gaianna Sophia Love, a radio show host on-the-air at the Salt Spring Gulf Island Community Radio & interviewing people near and far who are making good news on the planet by helping to shift the outcome of our future.

People and companies are creating solutions to local and global issues we’re facing at the moment. Sharing the good news that’s happening on the planet is key at this time as there are people out there who are making big changes and we need to see the turning tides.

If you know of someone who’s making amazing changes for our future then send me their contacts and let me know what they’re up to. Who know’s, they might end up on the show!

Xoxo Gaianna Sophia Love
Radio Show Host

November 13, 2019 8:00 AM

  • Avatar SSIDancer says:

    Any chance you could post on the exchange when you are going to do a broadcast of your show even if it is on a regular scheduled time slot so that both your show and the station could get some face time with the community. Worst case is nobody tunes in which is unlikely and best case I have already stated. Thanks for your consideration and all the work you are putting in to each production.