Monthly Archives: June 2014

Survivalism, Sustainability and Primitive Practices — 7 Generations Radio June 21, 2014

Hosts:  Joe Gray and Kristen Dorsey

Guest:  Jason Drevenak, President, North American Bushcraft School

Discussion of rewilding, primitive living, and survivalism skills.  How to survive without the conventional umbilical cord to corporate and governmental support systems.

Invest in Peace

We know a lot about making war, but little about how to talk with our enemies.  How does one build common ground with an enemy, or even one who has a dramatically different worldview than we?  Who are the experts?  What are the institutions?  What are the procedures?  What works?  What doesn’t?  Could climate change offer the opportunity for people to put down their weapons and work together to resolve issues that affect all mankind?

7 Generations Radio–Shep Ogden talks farms, soil, diversity, sustainability June 7, 2014

7 Generations Radio:  Shep Ogden, author, teacher, farmer, agricultural expert talks farming, biodiversity, soil, climate change. Recording of broadcast at WSHC Radio, 89.7 FM, Shepherd University, Shepherdstown, WV

Host:  Joe Gray

Guest:  Shep Ogden

June 7, 2014

7 Generations Radio–Health of Body, Mind and Spirit–recorded May 17, 2014

Recorded at WSHC Shepherdstown on May 17, 2014.

Host:  Joe Gray

Guests:  Dr. David Didden, Potomac Integrative Health, Shepherdstown, WV and Kristen Dorsey, Divine Journeys, Martinsburg, WV

Discussion of alternative paths to good health, pharmaceuticals, natural herbs, lifestyle and stress, vaccination and other related subjects.


7 Generations Radio–Sustainable Shepherdstown May 31, 2014

Recorded at WSHC Radio, Shepherdstown, WV–7 Generations Show, Host: Joe Gray, Guests: Ellen Smith and Graham Smith-White of Sustainable Shepherdstown

Discussion centers on current and possible future activities to make the community more sustainable. Topics include, solar energy, energy efficiency, clean water, herbicides, permaculture, food, public transportation and a new bike path.