Tonight on EcoRadio KC, we’ll discuss the national Draw the Line event to bring attention to climate action, sponsored by 350.org. More than 100 events will be held across the country. Here in KC, there will be a march, as participants will carry a mock pipeline from City Market Park along the Missouri River.

Later, Richard Mabion will give a live report from Bishop Ward High School, where a group of Native Americans and a couple from New Zealand are camping out during their mission to draw attention to Native and environmental issues by walking from Washington, D.C. to California.

Lastly, the issue of permaculture will be discussed. All this on your latest edition of EcoRadio KC, exclusively on 90.1 FM KKFI—Kansas City’s Community Radio!

ON EcoRadio KC | September 16, 2013 | 6:00 pm

Draw the Line to Save the Missouri River and more!

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Tonight on EcoRadio KC, we’ll discuss the national Draw the Line event to bring attention to climate action, sponsored by 350.org. More than 100 events will be held across the country. Here in KC, there will be a march, as participants will carry a mock pipeline from City Market Park along the Missouri River.

Later, Richard Mabion will give a live report from Bishop Ward High School, where a group of Native Americans and a couple from New Zealand are camping out during their mission to draw attention to Native and environmental issues by walking from Washington, D.C. to California.

Lastly, the issue of permaculture will be discussed. All this on your latest edition of EcoRadio KC, exclusively on 90.1 FM KKFI—Kansas City’s Community Radio!

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