Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, Bacteria Hotspots and Hygiene, Hot Weather Hiking, Cultural Appropriation, Healthy Summer Snacks, Camping Food
The Lisa Show - Radio Archive, Episode 219
- Jul 23, 2019 2:00 pm
- 1:41:14 mins
Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park (0:00:00) Jessica Ferracane, public affairs specialist for the Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, discusses the history of the park, its recent eruption, and how we can plan our next visit. Bacteria Hotspots and Hygiene (0:14:06) Brian Sansoni, Senior Vice President of Communication, Outreach & Membership at the American Cleaning Institute, explains how to improve our personal hygiene and talks about the spots in our homes where bacteria are prone to grow. Kait Shulhof, author of the blog, "A Clean Bee," gives tips for maintaining the hard-to-clean places in our homes. Hot Weather Hiking (0:35:30) Veteran hiker and writer Paul Ronto explains how to stay safe when going on a hike in the hot summer heat. Cultural Appropriation (0:50:34) Freelance journalist and member of the Oglala Lakota Nation Simon Moya-Smith discusses the modern trend of "spirit animals" and how society struggles to respect foreign cultures, specifically the Native American culture. Healthy Summer Treats (1:04:22) Award winning food writer and recipe developer Cheryl Slocum talks about some simple, healthy snack ideas for the summertime. Camping Food (1:24:51) Bloggers Michael Van Vliet and Megan McDuffie discuss some ideas for what to eat when you're out camping.