The Good Smack for the Planet Podcast by Hey Social Good

The Good Smack for the Planet Podcast by Hey Social Good

Socially conscious everyday heroes, such as business owners, leaders, thought provokers and your friendly neighbor are making amazing positive social good impacts all around us. In each episode, CindyJ and Kate Houser of Hey Social Good, interview people who have taken a big step towards sustainability, giving back, and social good, to make a positive impact on our community and the planet. Sometimes all we really need is a good smack to wake us up to the issues facing our world and small steps we can take to help give back. From sustainable fashion to upcycling airbags to giving opportunities to school girls in the U.S., India, and Africa, it’s amazing what one vision to change the world can create.... Show More
August 3, 2020 20 min

An exceptional culturalist and farmer, Mia Vaughnes created Good Neighbor Garden SD from a love story. In Part 2, Mia discusses her African and Native American roots and how our American history of farming defines who we are and where we come from. She shares why asking to give away other’s extra vegetables is her giving and why maintaining a vibrant soil community in your garden or pot means creating spiritual happiness within ourselves. 

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