Where sustainable living women, Kelsey and Suzette, empower you to live a green life you'll love.
6 Winter Wellness Tips for Health and Vitality
In the winter we can all feel a bit "blah" so for this episode we are sharing six winter wellness tips for health and vitality. Suzette and Kelsey go through all six tips and provide actionable info to help give your winter blues a lift!
Getting to know Suzette Chaumette our new cohost
Season 3 has launched with a warm welcome to our new cohost Suzette @reducereusesuze.
Suzette Chaumette is a public health researcher, gardener, and community activist who is on a lifelong plastic-free journey. She’ll be sharing tips and tricks with you for reducing plastic in your home, office, and garden.
Catch up with Kelsey and Becca + we tried Salt Room Therapy and here's what happened
We’re about to take a break from new podcast episodes for a while, so we wanted to have an informal chat about some life updates, what’s new with us, and what we’ve been up to!
Plus, hear all about our halotherapy (salt room) experience! We recently visited the Salt Room Lake Country and had an awesome time. It’s a holistic and natural treatment that can help with allergies, respiratory conditions, dermatitis, sinus infections, and more.
How to open a zero waste store with Jenna Meier of The Glass Pantry
Our guest for this episode is Jenna Meier, the owner of The Glass Pantry, a newly-opened zero waste and bulk store located in the Walkers Point neighborhood of Milwaukee, WI. Her goal is to make your sustainability journey a little bit easier by offering pantry staples, household cleaners, and personal care products in a package-free way. The Glass Pantry offers organic, locally-made products in bulk; allowing you to stock up on everything you need, without producing all the trash.
How to build a community effort around sustainability with Laura Loucks of the Waukesha County Green Team
Do you ever feel like you’re on an island when it comes to caring about sustainability? Do you wish you could get involved with a local group that also shares that passion? You can! Please welcome our guest Laura Loucks, Volunteer Coordinator with the Waukesha County Green Team, as we learn about green teams and building a community effort around sustainable living.
Where regenerative agriculture gets it wrong and what we can do about it with Chris Newman of Sylvanaqua Farms
We’re having an important conversation today about the intersection of race and agriculture, the glaring issues within the clean food movement, and how regenerative agriculture keeps getting it wrong with Chris Newman. A member of the Choptico Band of Piscataway Indians, Chris co-founded Sylvanaqua Farms. Sylvanaqua Farms is based in the D.C. region, and they raise forest-raised pork, grass-fed beef, and pastured chicken and eggs.
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I learn new things every time I listen. I’m always looking forward to future episodes!
I hope to hear about how to live sustainably in college/university dorm.
A must listen!!!
I really love Kelsey and Becca's energy. Each episode is jam packed with awesome information and great insight!
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I truly enjoy listening to the positively green podcast. Kelsey and Becca’s approach to what can be a frustrating and overwhelming topic is positive and refreshing and motivates me to make changes that I hope have a positive impact on our world. Plus it’s just fun to listen to.