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TUNE IN to Wildoak Living Monday, Aug 3 at 9am: Common Vision's 'Grow Fruit-Grow Power' PLUS WILDFIRES & AIR QUALITY and CALL-IN ABOUT ROCKY FIRE

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Wildoak Living airs every alternate Monday from 9 am to 10 am and is hosted by Johanna Wildoak.
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Join Johanna "Wildoak" for a live broadcast of Wildoak Living, the radio program about living sustainably in Mendocino County and beyond. Johanna “Wildoak” talks with Leo Buc, Executive Co-Director of Common Vision, a non-profit that delivers inspirational environmental education.

Johanna will also air an interview with Robert A. Scaglione,  head of Mendocino County Air Quality about the health impact of smoke from wildfires and then will open the phone lines to call-ins about the Rocky wildfire in Lake County.

Every child deserves the chance to benefit from having a direct relationship with healthy and organic food. But social inequality deprives many kids of this right. By creating organic fruit orchards at low-income schools, Common Vision has created this relationship for more than 100,000 children.

Common Vision has planted more than 6,000 high-yielding, low-maintenance and low-cost school gardens with fruit trees in hundreds of schools throughout California over the past 10 years. These orchards produce 150,000 pounds of organic fruit every year (so far) and they are also living classrooms where kids learn about environmental science, climate change, nutrition, and teamwork.

Working with hundreds of schools throughout California, they've had the incredible opportunity to educate students on how important their relationships with food are; through fostering community action, they have empowered students to take direct responsibility for their own health, as well as that of the planet for future generations.

Common Vision is launching the Grow Fruit - Grow Power campaign, aimed at providing organic school-grown fruit, eco-literacy, and health education to 1,000,000 more kids. By 2025, they are aiming to have orchards in 1,000 schools. You can find more info about Common Vision and their ‘Grow Fruit - Grow Power’ campaign, including a video, here:

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