Resources – Press – Recordings – Contributors
Resources Related to Climate
Thanks to Jessica, Jocelyn, Adam, Madalyn, and Ms. Platt for that top one!
Health Professionals for a Healthy Climate
Minnesota Interfaith Power and Light
Young Evangelicals for Climate Action
Science and Environmental Health Network
Women’s Congress for Future Generations
Ethical Maxims for a Marginally Habitable Planet by David Schenck and Larry Churchill
Indigenous Science (Fiction) for the Anthropocene by Kyle P. Whyte
Resources Related to Diabetes
Diatribe – Diabetes Community & Support
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
The college where the students featured in Watershed studied – Minneapolis College
Press, Podcasts, and Recordings
Rain Taxi Review of Watershed
by Elizabeth Bailey
Lakeland PBS Interview
Following a lively reading and discussion in Brainerd in July, 2022, Hanky Hazelton, a reporter from Lakeland public TV spoke with me about climate and justice.
Creative Nursing Planetary Health Issue Launch
After a group of former students and I had an article accepted for the Planetary Health Issue of Creative Nursing, we were asked to discuss that article with others who had also written articles for that journal. Listen in to this YouTube recording of that launch. You’ll hear some inspiring stories of health support by people who understand that all life – animal and plant and community – is one. Individual health is dependent on the health of all.
New Books Network Podcast
Matthew Brown and I talked together about Watershed for his New Books Network podcast. Our conversation expanded into a consideration of all our watersheds. Matt’s a super-insightful reader and, thus, a delightful interviewer. In the course of our conversation, he introduced me to the watersheds of Wyoming where he lives.
Podcast for Educators (and everyone else) on SPOTIFY or IHEARTRADIO
For an easy-to-listen-to, accessible discussion, click one of the links above. In the podcast, I talk with Lena Jones (political science professor at Minneapolis College) and Teddie Potter (clinical director of the School of Nursing at the University of Minnesota) about topics that Watershed addresses. Some who have listened remarked that the episode gives a sense of interconnectedness and wholeness, that offers a container for grief and leads to profound hope. Listen and then, if you wish to – share the podcast with others and your own stories and thoughts with me.
East Side Freedom Library Watershed Book Talk
Sam Grant, Sarah Degner-Reveros, Chelsea DeArmond, and I discussed Watershed on Tuesday, October 5. Listen to that invigorating discussion here.
August 14, 2021 Radio Show with Ellie Krug
Ellie and I discussed the difficulty of conversation across divides in Minnesota. I began to ponder the ways to let my city friends and my northern Minnesota family and friends come to know one another. I would welcome any ideas you have as you join this conversation. The podcast of the show is from the link above; to hear just the conversation between the two of us, listen here –
Minnesota Women’s Press Statewide Conversation
See excerpts of from a conversation among Minnesota “powerhouse women”! You’ll find me among the others. What an honor! Find them here: Developing Healthier Ecosystems.
KFAI Interview, 7 pm, Tuesday, July 6 – Fresh Air Radio, 90.3 FM – discussion between Annie Harvieux and me.
Individuals who have contributed to this website
Amelia Hanson – Visual Designer
Angelo Loy – Filmmaker
Grace Harnois – Designer & Illustrator
Ms. Platt & Jessica, Jocelyn, Adam, and Madalyn, resource contributors
Karlyn Eckman – Painter
Renae Bonde – Collage Artist
Ruby Thompson – Illustrator
ShaRee Kachmarzinski – Photographer
Sue Kearns – Photographer