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Host Julie B Adler, a lawyer, non-profit executive, radio/podcast producer, writer, and artist, conducts conversations with lively and engaging guests of all ages for in depth discussions about food, climate, housing, and health. Their conversations will stimulate your discussions and perhaps move you to action.

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Living Well Into The Future Episode 11: Innovative Housing Solutions  

 Tune in to Living Well Into Future Episode 11, on WTBRFM.com, apple podcasts, google play, stitcher, and other streaming services. All 10 previous episodes are now up and streaming so that you can go back, listen for first time, listen again. 

 Throughout the housing series we've discussed good design, housing and climate, sustainable and resilient housing, housing options, affordable housing and homelessness. In this episode, we bring most of the topics and the previous episodes together. Among other things you’ll learn what it’s like to have a robot as a team member. Host Julie B Adler, a lawyer, non-profit executive, radio producer, writer and artist, speaks with Heather Holdridge,  an engineer with Lake Flato architects and two architects, Lewis McNeel who led the Lake Flato. team that designed House Zero in Austin, and architects. Stephen Colley, founder of the Earthen Construction Initiative. Through them, we'll discover and rediscover exciting and innovative tools and methods that could be added to our arsenal of solutions to build sustainable climate resilient, healthy, beautiful, and affordable  homes in the future.

Let. us know how you've enjoyed the series, what you've taken away from it, what you'd like more of, what topics you'd like to hear covered, and whether you know of other venues and organizations, whose membership would like to listen to and discuss.  Send an email to lwitf22@gmail.com

Living Well Into The Future  is produced in Berkshire County  and supported in part by Berkshire OLLI and WTBRFM, Pittsfield. It is streaming on WTBRFM.com, Apple Play, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, and your smart devices.

©Julie B Adler Koppenheffer, 2022

Special Edition Podcast:

See University Days 2022 past programming below and check out the We Are Still Here podcast:

We Are Still Here: Indigenous Peoples of The Northeast, joined together for a special presentation with the producer of Living Well Into The Future, begins to reveal why, if, and whether indigenous peoples of the northeast are still here. It contains history we never learned, and a present we might not have not known before.

Part 1

The broadcast is an anthology of insights gleaned from interviews  by Julie Koppenheffer, host, with some of the indigenous artists, and lecturers, and discussion and walk leaders who participated in the month-long program We Are Still here: Indigenous Peoples of the Northeast, organized by the University Day Committee of Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Berkshire Community College. 

Guests include Carol Allman-Morton, Executive Director Berkshire OLLI; Dr. Drew Lopenzina, professor of Early American and Native Literature; Indigenous artists, Judy Dow and Nyana LaFond; Russ Cohen, naturalist and wild foods enthusiast; Michael Forbes Wilcox and Dr. Katherine M. Kidd, teachers, discussion and walk leaders; with music by Hawk Henries, Native American flute maker and flute player.  

We Are Still Here: Indigenous Peoples of The Northeast, Broadcast SATURDAY, November 26 at 7 p.m. on WTBRFM, 89.7, Pittsfield, MA and on WTBRFM.com.
The broadcast is available here or where ever you get your podcasts - Apple Play, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, and Stitcher.

Part 2

We Are Still Here: Indigenous Peoples of The Northeast, a special presentation from the producer of Living Well Into The Future, awakens listeners to the history and presence of the indigenous peoples in the northeast with a focus on Western Massachusetts, and Stockbridge Massachusetts, formerly Indian Town, in particular.

Through interviews with members of the University Days Committee of Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Berkshire Community College, a 1500-member organization of learners and doers 55 and older, who organized and presented the month-long program We Are Still here: Indigenous Peoples of the Northeast, Julie Koppenheffer, host, brings their insights, knowledge, and reactions to the lectures, art exhibits, concert, walks, and book discussions to listeners. 

Guests include: Barbara Lane, President of the board of OLLI at BCC, University Day Committee Members Dr. Katherine M. Kidd,  chair, and Michael Forbes Wilcox, Ellen Crobier, and Barbara Grill, with music by Hawk Henries, Native American flute maker and player

Broadcast SATURDAY, December 3, 2022 at 7 p.m. on WTBRFM, 89.7, Pittsfield, MA and on WTBRFM.com
Beginning at 8 p.m., the broadcast will be available here, or where ever you get your podcasts - Apple Play, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, and Stitcher.


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