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Moir’s Environmental Dialogues

Moir’s Environmental Dialogues

Thursdays at 12 Noon Pacific

August 19th 2009: Ocean Literacy with the Banana Slug String Band and Craig Strang

The ocean has its stories to tell – as anyone who has ridden its waves or walked its shores knows. The stories are as simple as beauty and as complex as… well, say, watershed ecosystems or estuary ecology. Understanding the complexities help us appreciate our oceans and also helps us learn to take better care of them. This is what a new term is all about – Ocean Literacy. While complex, this Ocean Literacy doesn’t have to be confusing. In fact, it can be downright exciting, fun, and (who would of thought?) danceable. U.C. Berkeley's Craig Strang (of Lawrence Hall of Science, COSEE and MARE

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Craig Strang

Craig Strang is Associate Director of Lawrence Hall of Science (LHS) at the University of California, Berkeley.
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Doug "Dirt" Greenfield

Doug"Dirt" – Banana Slug String Band bass guitar, vocals, harmonica, ice bag & percussion Doug "Dirt" Greenfield, born in Cincinnati, Ohio (home of the currently undefeated Bengals), graduated from Ohio University (summa cum laude) with an individualized
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Larry Graff

“Airy” Larry – Banana Slug String Band Rhythm and lead guitar, beat box and vocals Larry Graff graduated from University of Michigan with a degree in Environmental Education and Environmental Advocacy in 1981.
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Mark Nolan

“Marine” Mark – Banana Slug String Band Rhythm, lead & slide guitar, mandolin, fish lips and vocals Mark Nolan is a graduate of UC Davis with a BS in Zoology and a Secondary Science Teaching Credential and Administrative Credential from San Jose State.
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Steve Van Zandt

“Solar” Steve – Banana Slug String Band Rhythm guitar, banjo, jaw harp and vocals Steve Van Zandt is a graduate of UC Santa Barbara in Environmental Studies /Geography. He received a multiple subject teaching credential from San Francisco State and an Administrative Credential from San Jose State.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1570/moirs-environmental-dialogues 21/02/2020 12:00 21/02/2020 01:00 Moir’s Environmental Dialogues https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1570/moirs-environmental-dialogues The ocean has its stories to tell – as anyone who has ridden its waves or walked its shores knows. The stories are as simple as beauty and as complex as… well, say, watershed ecosystems or estuary ecology. Understanding the complexities help us appreciate our oceans and also helps us learn to take better care of them. This is what a new term is all about – Ocean Literacy. While complex, this Ocean Literacy doesn’t have to be confusing. In fact, it can be downright exciting, fun, and (who would of thought?) danceable. U.C. Berkeley's Craig Strang (of Lawrence Hall of Science, COSEE and MARE fame) along with environmental troubadours extraordinaire, the Banana Slugs String Band, will be our guides on this adventure. Doug "Dirt" Greenfield, “Airy” Larry Graff, “Marine” Mark Nolan, and “Solar” Steve Van Zandt of the Banana Slug String Band will give us the downstream low-down on watersheds and bays, salty and fresh. So get ready to get down! VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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