In this episode of Mother Earth News and Friends, Russell and Charlotte will discuss Rob's journey from an average, materialistic guy to well-known eco-activist and adventurer.
Russell Mullin is Associate Editor of Mother Earth News and Managing Editor of Heirloom Gardener. Russell lives an eco-conscious life with his partner, Mary Beth. From dumpster diving to living tiny, he has toed a fine line between putting down roots and being a rolling stone,
Charlotte Brunin is the producer of the MOTHER EARTH NEWS and Friends Podcast. Charlotte is currently working on creating an urban homestead to lead by example when it comes to eco-conscious living.
Rob Greenfield is an adventurer, activist, humanitarian, and dude making a difference. He is dedicated to leading the way to a more sustainable and just world. He is the creator of The Food Waste Fiasco, a campaign that strives to end food waste and hunger. He has cycled across the USA three times on a bamboo bicycle and lived off the grid in a 50 square-foot tiny home in San Diego before auctioning it and raising enough money to build 10 tiny houses for people with no homes. He now lives in Orlando, Florida where he is embarking on a project to grow and forage 100% of his food for a year.
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