EDITOR’S PICK: The average dairy cow produces 148 pounds of manure per day. With 45,000 dairy cows, North Carolina has an annual manure production of 6 billion pounds. What if that waste could be used to power a house? We’re talking about manure innovation, also known as biogas technology. Manure contains methane, CO2 and nitrogen—greenhouses... Keep reading
I am a person who loves the open road, the unthought-of, and the leisure of stumbling. Constantly I find myself looking for new ways to learn, new things to accomplish, new ideas to embark. Without schedules, I pursue life breaking norms as a career. My role as a director, an on-camera talent, producer, editor or journalist will be decided in time as things manifest into place. Of all my uncertainties, the only thing that is certain is my dedication to the environment and my will to get my hands dirty.
Like a rolling stone I tumble across the horizon in a 1977 Volkswagen camper bus in search for answers. A “Green Gang”, a sketched route, environmental objectives, and the essentials are all we set sail with. The youth of our Gang will amuse an audience through the reality of the road, pranks within the crew and various political stunts. While the interviews, investigation and information put forth will serves as a news outlet and a place for environmental knowledge to be shared.