Annapolis Green hosts a weekly radio show on environmental issues on hometown station WNAV. “Living Green in Annapolis” airs Wednesday evenings from 6 to 7 p.m.
The Living Green show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
Our theme music, the traditional melody The Water is Wide, was arranged by Kevin Brooks and graciously provided by The Eastport Oyster Boys.
WNAV may be heard at 1430AM, live streaming audio on wnav.com and, in the City at 99.9FM.
Have a question for us or one of our guests? Contact us at email@example.com.
For a complete schedule of programs and guests, see our calendar.
- Out-of-State Challenges to Chesapeake Bay Restoration and the Draft Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement
- Keeping Annapoils Green, Clean and Beautiful
- Anne Arundel Bird Club
- Annapolis Maritime Museum's Education Programs and Summer Camp for Environment & Heritage and the Chesapeake Conservation Corps
- Update on the Severn River
- Polluted Runoff: How Investing in Runoff Pollution Control Systems Improves the Chesapeake Bay Region's Ecology, Economy, and Health
- Climate Change and its Effect on the Chesapeake Bay
- Priority Environmental Issues for the 2014 Legislative Session
- End-of-Year Environmental Wrap-Up
- Savenia Labs: Testing for Energy and Environmental Impact Ratings
- Eating Fresh, Local, and Healthy During the Holidays
- The Conowingo Dam: A Ticking Time Bomb for the Chesapeake?
- Greening the Home for the Holidays
- Factors Affecting Aquatic Animals and Submerged Vegetation in the Chesapeake Bay
- Is it Time to Rethink Nuclear Power with Modular High Temperature Gas Reactor Technology?
- EcoSystems on the Edge
- 1000 Friends of Maryland
- City of Annapolis' Department of Neighborhood and Environmental Programs
- Green Boating Policies, Products, Practices and Tips
- Managing On-Board Energy for Green Boating
- From the Oceans to the Bay: Cartoonist Jim Toomey on the Oceans with the United Nations Environmental Program
- Oyster Recovery Partnership's Mermaid Kiss & Parole Community's Eco-Fair
- Annapolis Candidates for Mayor: Where Do They Stand on the Environment?"
- Overseeing the Restoration a Year Later: The Chesapeake Bay Program Office
- Permitting and Variances in the Critical Area in Anne Arundel County
- Anne Arundel County's Bounty: Farm Fresh Food and Wine
- Maritime Heritage & the Environment: Annapolis Maritime Museum Connects with Kids
- Maryland's Climate Change Plan
- Bay Health Index 2012: A Moderate Improvement
- Historic London Town & Gardens: Environmentalism and Preservation in Perfect Harmony
- Out with the Toxic Chemicals! Non-toxic Ways to Clean Your Home and Business
- The Chesapeake Airshed: How Winds Carry Pollution to the Bay
- Studying the Bay from Space
- Capturing the Wild Lands in Plein Air
- Hurricane! What could happen to the Bay and how are City and County officials preparing? What should YOU do?
- Maryland Green Registry: Share Your Success, Inspire Others
- The Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Saving the Bay
- NOAA’s Role in Chesapeake Bay Study & Restoration
- When Gardening is More than Gardening: RainScaping
- Maryland Clean Energy Center
- Really Clean Transportation: Bicycling in and Around Annapolis
- Caring for Creation: Environmentalism in Various Faith-Based Traditions
- Sneaky Invaders in the Garden: Impact of Invasive Species on the Eco System
- Recapping the Environmental Agenda for the 2013 Legislative Session
- The State of the Magothy River
- Recycling at Home, at Work, and On the Go
- Project Clean Stream: Get Your Hands Dirty for Clean Water
- Severn River Restoration
- 2013 Legislative Session Environmental Issues: Community Clean Up and Greening Act
- Compost-Based Ways to Reduce Sediment and Pollution Entering Chesapeake Waterways
- The Growth Action Network: Monitoring growth and development in Anne Arundel County
- Anne Arundel County Legislation: Revisions to Critical Area laws and provisions; and Stormwater Special Revenue Fund
- 2013 Legislative Session Environmental Issues: Smart on Pesticides
- 2013 Legislative Session Environmental Issues: Offshore Wind and Hydraulic Fracturing
- Environmental Outlook for the 2013 Legislative Session
- Lawyering for the Bay: Chesapeake Legal Alliance
- The Crystal Spring Farm Development
- The Smithsonian Environmental Research Center: Understanding Ecosystems for a Sustainable Future
- Saving Money with Home Performance Audits & Insulation
- 2012: An Environmental Review of the Year
- Greening Your Holiday Gatherings
- Eating Nature's Healthy, Local Bounty During the Holidays
- Protecting the West and Rhode Rivers
- Preserving the Wild Lands
- Grants for Good Work:
The Chesapeake Bay Trust
- Teaching Environmental Literacy in our Schools
- The Effect of Hurricane Sandy on the Chesapeake Bay
- Spa Creek: Through the Heart of Annapolis
- Protecting the South River
- Green Boating Products & Practices
- Green Building
Guest: Julie Lawson, Director and Co-founder of Trash Free Maryland Alliance
Guest: Nicholas DiPasquale, Director, Chesapeake Bay Program.
Guests: April Buther Wunnerstrom, Affiliate Services Director, Keep American Beautiful; and Lisa Craig, head of historic preservation and coordinator of MainStreets Annapolis Partnership
Guest: Barbara Johnson, President
Guest: Josh Falk, Museum Education Director; Sarah Krizek, Education Program Coordinator; and Candice Hilliard, Chesapeake Conservation Corps Intern
Guest: Fred Kelly, Severn Riverkeeper®
Guest: Tom Pelton, Senior Writer, Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Guest: John Murray, Climate Reality Project
Guests: Karla Raettig, Executive Director, and Jen Brock-Cancellieri, Deputy Director, Maryland League of Conservation Voters