This special program features Chatham County, NC’s farmland preservation initiative and Beau Turner at his family’s bison ranch outside Bozeman, MT.
Work continues on the remodel, including the addition of Energy Star appliances and more.
Join Wanda as she embarks on the “green remodeling” of her mid-century brick ranch house in Mount Airy, NC.
This episode lays out the steps needed to overcome “nature deficit disorder” for children and adults.
Join Wanda for an exclusive interview with world-renowned architect and designer William McDonough.
Join Wanda as she explores the question of why sound sleep is so elusive these days.
Join us as we visit some of America’s favorite parks. Millennium Park in Chicago, St. Louis’s Forest Park, New York’s Central Park & Greensboro, NC’s brand-new, community-planned Center City Park.
Check out these treasured old things still in use past the date of planned obsolescence.
Join Wanda for an exclusive interview with green living poster-boy Ed Begley Jr., wife Rachelle and daughter Hayden at their modest by-Hollywood-standards home located in Studio City, CA.
Bryan Welch shows off his Lawrence, KS livestock farm which he calls “Rancho Cappuccino,” and explains why hobby farming is increasingly popular in America.
Discover the vital link between art and simplicity as well as your own “artist within” in this special program.
Assess the problem of climate change and review ways to lower your carbon footprint.
Cities with mass transportation and quantities of scale could be the easiest places in which to live simply. Meet Chicago’s Sadhu & Manda Johnston & Jane Zawadowski, who show us how to live simply in the city, and hear Mayor Richard Daley’s green pledge.
Learn how public places strengthen a neighborhood and enhance community ties as we visit parks, cafes, and booming downtown districts across the nation.
Explore transportation options as Wanda travels the nation showcasing ways that people are reducing and eliminating their need for gas-guzzlers.