MOTHER's Newsworthies: Jim Weaver, Amory and Hunter Lovins and Junior Johnson
Learn how Jim Weaver works to create jobs and reduce pollution, Amory and Hunter Lovins film a documentary concerning alternative energy resources and Junior Johnson builds a homestead retreat.
Congressman Jim Weaver works to create jobs and another form of energy conservation use by using slash wood-burning waste.
PHOTO: JIM WEAVER
Amory and Hunter Lovins made a documentary film called Lovins on the Soft Path (Bullfrog Films, 1982), which attempts to present the basic energy principles that, if followed, could bring about an economically viable future.
Junior Johnson, race car driver/builder, created a retreat place for him and his wife by turning a cattle barn into a peaceful Blue Ridge Mountain homestead.