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Welcome to the Sustainable Living Podcast. We are thrilled to have you here!

Are your ready to change the world? Or maybe thinking about it?

Let's do it together.

Our goal is to create a community where we can learn from and inspire each other.

We are Marianne and Jenise and are so honored that you are listening to our Podcast.

Thank you!

Marianne and Jenise


Feb 29, 2016

The Food Forest Greenhouse is Permaculture Teacher Jerome Osentowski's new book. At 7200 feet elevation in Colorado, he grows tropical fruit year around without much outside energy input. At age 75, he is ready to leave his mountain paradise and reinvent himself. The plan is to create a permaculture sailboat and...

Feb 25, 2016

The life of a zero-wast minimalist seems completely out of reach for many of us.

Rama Nayeri was certainly not sure it could work for her.  But a doctor's diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes got her thinking that maybe a drastic lifestyle change was in order.

And so began the journey that she shares in Episode 28 of...

Feb 17, 2016

Zero waste proponents place much of the blame for the Earth's current woes on a "throw-away" society that values consumerism, resource commodification and materialism as necessary for human advancement. 

But what if humans could shift away from this mindset? What if unlimited economic growth began to be seen the way we...

Feb 10, 2016

What is simple living and why are so many folks ditching the traditional American dream in pursuit of it?  Joel Zaslofsky of Smart and Simple Matters podcast joins Jenise for a chat on the topic. 

Joel shares about his transition from "working in the money industry purely for money" to embracing a simpler,...

Feb 4, 2016

When Greg Jensen and his wife and four boys moved to Guatemala to start a trail running business, they had no idea it would lead to building self-sufficiency in the local population. But now Mayan Eco Homestead is having a powerful impact in a place rated as the fourth highest chronically malnourished country in the...