Oct 6, 2020
A new month means a new topic on the Down the Garden Path podcast. Each week in October, we’ll be discussing our environmental impact. On this week’s episode, we welcome Rose Dunn and Christine Polle from Eaarthfeels podcast.
Rose Dunn and Christine Polle are mothers who care passionately about the world we are leaving future generations. They believe that an important step towards a livable world is talking about climate change.
The Eaarth Feels podcast is for people feeling overwhelmed by the endlessly gloomy climate news. Rose and Christine offer soul-based conversations about climate change that explore the idea that climate change is happening for us as much as it is happening to us.
Rose Dunn is a sacred activist living amidst the beauty of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. She believes the existential threat of climate catastrophe may be the greatest collaborative opportunity of our lifetime. Rose is committed to fostering the discussion of innovative, positive solutions for the climate crisis with a focus on the survival of all sentient beings.
Christine Polle is an educator, healer, author and earth activist. For the past 20 years, she has lived in Treaty 3 territory in northern Ontario. She believes that the key to personal and planetary healing is facing our deepest fears. A registered nurse for 25 years, Christine now has a wellness practice focused on helping women transform their relationship to their bodies, food and money.
Listen to the Eaarth Feels podcast at eaarthfeelspodcast.com,
Join us this week as we ask Rose and Christine:
As the owner of Down2Earth Landscape Design, Joanne Shaw has been designing beautiful gardens for homeowners east of Toronto for over a decade.
And Matthew Dressing is a horticulturist and landscape designer. He owns Natural Affinity Garden Design, a landscape design and garden maintenance firm servicing Toronto and the Eastern GTA. Together, Joanne and Matthew do their best to bring you interesting, relevant and helpful topics. Their goal is to help you keep your garden as low maintenance as possible.