Join Marla and Tony to get in on the Green Gab. We talk to those folks rocking it in green – green homes, green living and green companies. We get into why green matters – to you, your family and friends and your community. And, we share what we’ve done, as well as tips for greening up your home, your job, your family and your life!
Join us on our own personal Green Odyssey as we hope to change the world…one Green Gab podcast at a time.
Gabbing with Jackie Marie Beyer, The Organic Gardener and host of the Organic Gardener podcast about how to grow successful, healthy and chemical free gardens. Jackie, along with her husband Mike are passionate environmentalist devoted to helping people develop earth friendly gardens that produce nutrient dense food with the least amount of time and energy [...]
Something that smells bad is your first key that it probably is bad, yet airborne stuff that is harmful to your health doesn’t always smell bad. Controlling the stuff that causes problems, or pollutant source control, is key to controlling the air flow and air quality in your home. As Marla says, “to control the nasties,” [...]
Sharon Rowe, founder and CEO of ECOBAGS Products and author of The Magic of Tiny Business: You Don’t Have to Go Big to Make a Great Living, gabs with Marla and Tony about the origin and impact of her trademark lightweight, expandable, cotton string bag. Sharon recalls the moment that started a movement. It happened [...]
a Green Gab podcast with Marla Barbara Lee of Trashy Beauty, a fellow podcaster with Trash Talking with Eco-Warriors, is a self-proclaimed environmentalist, entrepreneur, and zero-waste evangelist. Barbara Lee’s mantra is, “We use trash to make people beautiful.” World Travel and Barista Beauty After traveling to several third world countries and working on various conservation [...]
a Green Gab podcast with Marla Mina Fies, creator of Renovation Roadmap and owner of Synergy Design and Construction, choreographs the myriad of decisions and details of the remodeling process from conception to completion. Renovation Roadmap provides homeowners the tools, checklists and sample documents needed to select the right contractors, navigate the design process, and [...]
A Green Gab podcast with Marla The Envelope Please Paul Springer, of AeroBarrier, sponsor of Green Gab Podcast, brings to the forefront the importance of what is known in the building industry as the “building envelope” and “envelope sealing.”AeroBarrier is an innovative envelope sealing technology that takes the guesswork out of sealing the building envelope. [...]
Green Gab podcast Kari Klaus of Viva Green Homes helps to simplify finding a green home for consumers. While the Viva Green Homes web site is a multi-layered platform, Kari enjoys big data and loves bringing it to people to make better decisions, and the core of Viva Green Homes is just that. Kudos [...]
Laura Jones with Regent Power in St Louis, Missouri is a renewable energy innovator and integrator. Projects at Regent Power range from all sorts of solar integration for DC fast charging microgrids to smart city LED lighting with gunshot detection and camera surveillance. Laura and Regent Power are out to make the world better and safer and using clean renewable energy. Laura’s passion is for a better life, a better [...]
Home Conversations and information about “smart homes” are everywhere. With technology, we can connect about anything to an app now and can make it easier to operate, especially where a physical limitation may exist. This technology also provides a lot of conveniences and wow factor. The conversation and implementation extend well to seniors, especially [...]
Maurice Parnell with By the Yard out in Minnesota where they make outdoor furniture. By the Yard makes this furniture with recycled products or known as the technical name HDPE which is high-density polyethylene. HDPE is a maintenance free product so you can leave it out in the snow, ice, or rain and it [...]