HMM 11 – 13 – 23
Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Mark Dunlea’s report from Saturday’s rally at the Capitol calling for a ceasefire in Gaza and an end to the Mideast violence.
Then, I talk with Natasha Pernicka, Executive Director of the Food Pantries for the Capital District, about the increased need for food and donations.
After that, retired meteorologist Hugh Johnson joins us in his new earlier time slot to share information on volcanoes, Alaskan snowstorms, and our weather.
Later on, Larissa Borglum speaks with Urban mushroom farmer, philosopher, and educator Avery Stempel about emerging uses for fungi in our municipal waste systems and to detoxify contaminated sites.
Finally, we bring an archive episode from Catherine Rafferty about the process for certifying midwives in New York state.