Episode 2,   Jun 13, 2019, 05:12 PM

Learn how local folks are working on environmental sustainability, how traditions are sustained by dedicated stewards like lighthouse keepers and historians, and how we can sustain ourselves emotionally in difficult times. Plus, sustain your appetite with some delectable culinary readings!

In this episode…
  • Introduction by Marina Buckler, former Reference Librarian
  • Skip the Straw: Andrew interviews Jonathan Blakeslee of White Heron and Jen Kennedy of the Blue Ocean Society
  • Hype Train: Michaela and Mollie discuss The Hate U Give
  • Minute History with Poleena: the Oldest Structure in Portsmouth
  • Steve interviews City of Portsmouth Arborist, Corin Hallowell
  • Sarah reads from Voracious: A Hungry Reader Cooks Her Way through Great Books by Cara Nicoletti
  • Local History: Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouses with Jeremy D’Entremont (August 14, 2018)
  • Sarah reads from Fannie's Last Supper by Christopher Kimball
  • Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouses, II 
  • Heather interviews Susan Stibler of Inner Peace Healing Arts
  • Acknowledgments