Shifting Gears features conversations with people making life-sustaining choices. Human hearing is tuned for options that enable healthy choices. The nourishing rhythm of the sun and soil steady those who listen and stories from those breaking trails into a sustainable future inspire us. Have you ever sensed change coming, before it hit? Over the years we learn to expect change, it is happening now - we live in a time of transition. When change occurs, if we shift gears and are alert, more options are available. Join Will Evans for Shifting Gears the first Wednesday of each month at 4:30 on KDNK.
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Shifting Gears August 7, 2013
Nick Harris talks about breaking trail toward a life of cleaner, healthier, less toxic chemical reactions simply by attending to what happens in nature.
Shifting Gears July 3, 2013
Evan Pritchard explains the alliances Native Americans have with birds and how the eagle, a symbol of wisdom who flies the highest and sees the farthest, reminds us we are all related and can think big thoughts.
Shifting Gears June 5, 2013
Corwin Bell, bee guardian, explains what he has learned working in partnership with a superorganism.
Shifting Gears May 1, 2013
Tom Crum, Aikido master, author, and friend of John Denver, explains the benefits of seeing opportunity within conflict and stepping into it, rather than shrinking and withdrawing.
Shifting Gears April 3, 2013
Peter Byck on solutions to the climate crisis
Shifting Gears February 6, 2013
Part two of Will Evans' interview with Fred Donaldson
Shifting Gears January 2, 2013
Fred Donaldson on playful creativity
Shifting Gears December 5, 2012
Dan Smitherman and Zane Kessler on strategies for the Thompson Divide
Shifting Gears October 2, 2012
Michael Brownlee of Boulder warns certain food may be hazardous to your health and at the same time connecting with the place where your food grows may offer access to an identity which will help you survive the transitions ahead.
Shifting Gears September 5, 2012
Part 2 of Will Evans' interview with Parker Palmer