Podcasts from 2009 SWS Festival

Podcasts from the 2009 Sustainable West Seatle Festival Online
See the Program Guide or the Festival Schedule for the 2009 Sustainable West Seattle Festival to review the speakers and musical acts. Click on the links below to listen to the presentation (MP3 files):
Opening Ceremony, Cecile Hansen and Duwamish Drummers and Dancers
Opening Remarks, Building Resiliency in our Local Communities Bill Reiswig, President/Co-Founder, Sustainable West Seattle
Jim McDermott, US Congressman, Washington – 7th District
Vic Opperman, President/Founder of SCALLOPS
Dow Constantine, West Seattle Transportation
Panel on Local Food Resilience
Erick McWayne, Reskilling for the Green Economy
Madeline Ostrander, Community Resilience
Stacy Noland, Growing Green Collar Jobs for All
A History of West Seattle: From Loghouse to Longhouse
Mike McGinn, Building Resilient Cities
Closing Ceremony
Also, the Cool Moms produced an eco-story Puppet Show, the audio of which is as compelling as the live performance. Listen again to the characters of the Cool Moms puppet show as they describe their world.
Several of the musical performers at the Festival have also given permission to publish the recordings of their music:
Robert Stewart Acoustic rock & soul. Stewart is the founder of, and front man for popular Seattle-area band The Fiasco
$4 Shoe Boot-stomping bluegrass jam and old-time Southern hootenanny

Podcasts from the 2009 Sustainable West Seatle Festival are now online.

See the Program Guide or the Festival Schedule for the 2009 Sustainable West Seattle Festival to review the speakers and musical acts. Click on the links below to listen to the presentation (MP3 files):

Several of the musical performers at the Festival have also given permission to publish the recordings of their music:

  • Robert Stewart – Robert Stewart Acoustic rock & soul. Stewart is the founder of, and front man for popular Seattle-area band The Fiasco.
  • $4 Shoe – $4 Shoe Boot-stomping bluegrass jam and old-time Southern hootenanny,
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