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Women’s Space Radio Show with our guest Anne Gellman on Pachamama Alliance and Drawdown Project to reverse Global Warming, recorded on 4/15/19, has been uploaded to the web archives.  The show was recorded, broadcast and streamed over Radio KBBF 89.1 FM in the North Bay on Monday 4/15/19 at 11 AM (repeats at 11 PM) and repeat broadcast and streamed over Radio KPCA 103.3 FM in Petaluma on Wednesday 4/17/19 at 11 AM.

Visit the web archive page for the show to hear the audio recording:



Pachamama and Drawdown Project to Reverse Global Warming

Featuring Guests

1.Anne Gallman , Facilitator and Trainer, Pachamama Alliance San Francisco Chapter


Announcements (Click for links below)


 Our Featured Guests

1. Anne Gallman shares her journey from business entrepreneuring into activism with Pachamama Alliance in San Francisco, beginning with its workshop Awaken the Dreamer, Changing the Dream, which helped her realize how Global Warming impacst all of us and that we are part of a whole that can influence the whole with our skills and talents.  Anne is now facilitating workshops on the Drawdown Project, based on Paul Hawkins book Drawdown – The Most Comprehensive Plan to Reverse Global Warming.  A series of 3 workshops on Drawdown is planned beginning on May 9 at the Arlene Francis Center in Santa Rosa to be hosted by Pachamama Sonoma County and by Veronica Jacobi of Our Green Challenge.

About our Guest:  Anne Gellman is a Facilitator/Trainer for Pachamama Alliance, San Francisco, Ca since 2005..Anne served as facilitator and presenter of “Awaken the Dreamer, Changing the Dream” Symposium, and is currently leading Drawdown Workshops in business, non-profit and local government organizations, which focuses on solutions to reverse Global Warming. Anne Gellman is a successful entrepreneur of 32 years in recycling industry and has worked over 13 years in non-profit work in environmental protection and social justice. Anne has acted as a liason for medical tourism in Mexico and has worked over 16 years in international banking with focus in research and development in the DC area.

Guest Links: Pachamama Alliance www.pachamama.org

Pachamama Alliance Sonoma County https://connect.pachamama.org/group/sonoma

Link to Project Drawdown based on Paul Hawkins book Drawdown – The Most Comprehensive Plan to Reverse Global Warming www.drawdown.org

Our Green Challenge fb page www.facebook.com/OurGreenChallenge


Guest Event: Thursday May 9, 2019, 6-8:30 pm, Drawdown Introduction. Arlene Francis Center, Santa Rosa, hosted by Our Green Challenge and  Pachamama Alliance Sonoma County  fb Event page link



Saturday April 20, 2019, 5-8 pm, Día del Niño (Day of the Child), Radio KBBF, 1700 Corby Ave, Suite B, Santa Rosa, CA, 95407

Saturday April 20, 2019, Link to Sonoma County Beach Clean up

Saturday April 20, 2019, Link to Sonoma County Creek Clean up day

Saturday April 20, 2019, San Francisco Earth Day Festival, Valencia Street, Mission District, Free https://www.facebook.com/EarthDaySF

Thursday, Apil 25, 2019,7-8:30 pm, Gun Violence Prevention Community Forum with Rep. Mike Thompson, Congregation Shomrei Torah, 2600 Bennett Valley Road, Santa Rosa. Our panel will include Ruth Moore, Middle School Teacher; Joshua Weil, MD, Asst. Physician-in-Chief Hospital Operations Dept. of Emergency Medicine, Kaiser Hospital; Kathleen Pozzi, Sonoma County Public Defender; Jeannine Ruggeiro, Las Vegas Shooting Survivor.  http://www.shomreitorah.org/

Saturday April 27, 2019, Noon – 4pm, Earth Day, Festival in Courthouse Square Santa Rosa Link

Sunday April 28,2019,  10-4 pm, Day Under the Oaks, Santa Rosa Junior College, https://duo.santarosa.edu/

 Thursday May 9, 2019, 6-8:30 pm, Drawdown Introduction. Arlene Francis Center, Santa Rosa, hosted by Our Green Challenge and  Pachamama Alliance Sonoma County  fb Event page link


Women in History

Marjorie Stoneman Douglas  (1890 – 1998)

According to a profile of Douglas on the National Park Service website:

Marjorie Stoneman Douglas’ book, The Everglades: River of Grass,, published in 1947 — the year Everglades National Park was established — has become the definitive description of the natural treasure she fought so hard to protect. After several reprints, the revised edition was published in 1987, to draw attention to the continuing threats — unresolved — to “her river.”

In the 1950s, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers rose to the top of her list of enemies. In a major construction program, a complex system of canals, levees, dams, and pump stations was built to provide protection from seasonal flooding to former marsh land—now being used for agriculture and real estate development. Long before scientists became alarmed about the effects on the natural ecosystems of south Florida, Mrs. Douglas was railing at officials for destroying wetlands, eliminating sheetflow of water, and upsetting the natural cycles upon which the entire system depends.

Early on, she recognized that the Everglades was a system which depended not only on the flow of water from Lake Okeechobee into the park, but also upon the Kissimmee River which feeds the lake. To add a voting constituency to her efforts, in 1970 she formed the Friends of the Everglades, and was active as the head of the organization.

In his introduction to her autobiography Voice of the River (1987), John Rothchild describes her appearance in 1973 at a public meeting in Everglades City: “Mrs. Douglas was half the size of her fellow speakers and she wore huge dark glasses, which along with the huge floppy hat made her look like Scarlet O’Hara as played by Igor Stravinsky. When she spoke, everybody stopped slapping [mosquitoes] and more or less came to order. She reminded us all of our responsibility to nature and I don’t remember what else. Her voice had the sobering effect of a one-room schoolmarm’s. The tone itself seemed to tame the rowdiest of the local stone crabbers, plus the developers, and the lawyers on both sides. I wonder if it didn’t also intimidate the mosquitoes. . . . The request for a Corps of Engineers permit was eventually turned down. This was no surprise to those of us who’d heard her speak.”


Music Selections:

The Opening and Closing Theme song is with permission of the Composer and Singer

Alix Dobkin: The Woman in Your Life is You by Alix Dobkin from the album Living with Lavender Jane (Women’s Wax Works) – www.alixdobkin.com

Earth Song  sung byI India Carney from the Single (The Voice/Republic)

Brother Warrior sung by Sherry Austin  from the album Brother Warrior  (2010 Sherry Austin)


For music purchasing opportunity:

Link to Spinitron.com Playlist of the Women’s Spaces Show