We live in a very challenging time here on planet Earth. Sea levels are rising, forests are in flames, rivers and waterways are polluted, habitat loss and destruction are leading to the growing extinction of plants and animals. All these scenarios are playing out on the vast canvas of the planet. These issues are almost too overwhelming to think about for most of us, so what are we to do? How are we to start thinking about the changing future? What is happening in your home? In your body? In your community? We're going to talk with a wide range of people about a wide variety of subjects including zero waste, toxic chemical impacts on the planet and on ourselves, our children and our homes. We'll talk with entrepreneurs committed to eliminating waste, creating products that are sustainably produced, and focusing on a healthy home and healthy families.
Markitors: Brett Farmiloe
Diann talks with Brett Farmiloe of Markitors, a digital marketing startup located in Scottsdale. They specialize in SEO and connecting small businesses with customers. Diann and Brett talk about many topics ranging the digital landscape, but namely,...
MAC6: Kyle McIntosh
Join Diann as she talks with Kyle McIntosh, president of MAC6. He and his father founded the co-working space with Conscious Capitalism in mind, and it has grown into a community with "little spaces for big ideas". They discuss how a warehouse and...
Product Broker: Jessica Swick
Diann is joined by Jessica Swick, a grocery product broker who has been a helping hand to Truce for years. They discuss the details of her job, the challenges that COVID-19 has created in distribution and supply chains, and what the new obstacles are...
Community Supported Agriculture: Cindy Gentry
Diann talks with "godmother" of Truce, Cindy Gentry! Listen as they discuss the future of remote work, community supported agriculture (CSAs) and the benefits of buying local, in-season crops. Cindy is the founder of Phoenix Public Market and a longtime...
Demo Queens: Robin and Linda
In this episode, Diann talks to longtime friends Robin Boscia and Linda Weinzetl, also known endearingly as the "Demo Queens". For over nine years of retirement, Robin and Linda have chosen products and companies they believe in to represent in grocery...
Urban Farm: Greg Peterson
In this episode, Diann talks with Greg Peterson of Urban Farm. From a young age, he knew he was meant to grow and provide food for his community. Greg has grown his yard (A.K.A Urban Farm) into a food production forest, education center, and...
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Great so far!
We bought Truce product over a year ago and have really enjoyed it. It also smells great! Really excited that they are starting a podcast focused on sustainability. This is very needed and timely. And it's interesting to learn about the founding of the company in the first episode. Keep up the podcaast, Truce!