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Listen to 'Living Well Into The Future' podcast

New episodes every Saturday, 7 p.m.

Julie B Adler, radio/podcast producer, lawyer, non-profit executive, writer and artist, hosts the broadcast/podcast series Living Well Into The Future produced in Berkshire County, supported in part by Berkshire OLLI.

She introduces listeners to problem solvers ranging in age from their 80s to their 20s. Guests from the Berkshires and around the nation discuss big issues such as food, climate and housing. LWITF encourages listeners to discuss and work toward their own solutions.

Living Well Into The Future is available on WTBRFM, Pittsfield, and is streaming widely.

Episode 9 - Affordable Housing: Who Needs It
In Episode 9 of Living Well Into The Future , “Affordable Housing: Who Needs It” host Julie B Adler speaks to practitioners from the Berkshires and across of the country who are working on innovative and far reaching solutions to the affordable housing gap affecting larger and larger sectors of the population. Barney Stein, realtor with Lance Vermulean Realtors, June Wolfe, Housing Director for Construct in the Berkshires, Leilah Powell, Executive Director of LISC-San Antonio, and businessman and developer Victor Miramontes, Managing Director of CM Properties, whose adaptive reuse of a former seminary won the Jack Kemp, chairman’s award from the Urban Land Institute, share their experience. Their insights reveal practices that invite further exploration and discussion of ways to increase affordable housing locally.
Episode 8 - Housing Options:  Housing that fits your needs
Host Julie B Adler speaks with Leilah Powell, Executive LISC San Antonio about why now is the time to explore alternate modes of housing; Mary Kraus, architect and facilitator of co-housing communities throughout North America, a resident of Pioneer Valley Co-Housing, about the characteristics and benefits of a co-housing community; and Barney Stein, real estate broker with Lance Vermulean Real Estate, in […]
Episode 7 - Sustainable and Resilient Housing
Host Julie B Adler speaks with Anita Ledbetter of Build San Antonio Green, a city wide organization, Emily Jones of LISC-Boston, a statewide organization,and Stephen Colley, president of Earthen Construction Initiative. Though of different generations and of different places, they all work to create sustainable and resilient housing for all. They’ll discuss why we need […]
Episode 6 - Housing & Climate
Host Julie B Adler, a lawyer, non-profit executive, radio producer, writer and artist, speaks with Bill Moomaw , lead author of 5 Intergovernmental Panel On Cliimate Change Reports, including the one that won the Nobel Peace Prize for Climate Change in 2007, and Margot Moomaw, his wife and partner in building a Net. Zero House […]
Episode 5 - Good Design For A Healthy Future
Host Julie B Adler, a lawyer, non-profit executive, radio producer, writer and artist, speaks with Ted Flato, FAIA, principal and founder with David Lake of the award winning architectural firm LAKE/FLATO, 67, and LAKE/FLATO Project Architect Evan Morris, AIA, LEED AP BD +C , 33, about the considerations that go into homes whether single family […]
Episode 4 - Food, Health and Body Weight
Living Well Into The Future, Episode 4- Food, Health, and Body Weight. Host Julie B Adler reaches across generations to speak with Dr. Lisa Nelson, family physician, who runs a group called Healthy Living, Healthy Eating; Dr. Hilary Seligman, an expert on food insecurity; Dr. Stephanie Beling, author of Power Foods: Good food, Good Health with Phytochemicals, Natures Own […]
Episode 3- Good Food
Living Well Into The Future, Episode 3- Good Food: Food You Enjoy and Food That Is Good forYou. Host Julie B Adler reaches across generations to speak with food lover, cook book writer,and food historian, Elizabeth Rozin, also Peter Alvarez, and Homero Toro about the flavors andenjoyment of food from various cultures, and forward thinking […]
Episode 2 - Food Is Medicine
Host Julie B Adler discusses the consequences of and solutions to having too little food or too much food that is unhealthy with guests; Dr. Hilary Seligman, Professor at the University of California San Francisco with appointments in the Departments of Medicine and of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Senior Medical Director for Feeding America, and founder of Vouchers for Veggies, […]
Episode 1 - Food Production
Where does our food come from? Host Julie B Adler discusses where we get out food, how it’s produced, and the future of healthy food for all of us with author Mark Bittman, and local farmers, Elizabeth Smith, Molly Comstock, and Leslie Reed Evans.

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