Connect is an online, nomadic, multilingual radio station.

We host 24-hr broadcast events on mobility and movement. We take up topics of transportation, migration, and climate transformation, transmitting local voices, music and sound to create an audio portrait of a place in time. Our radio events are often hosted while on the move--from trucks, cars, boats, and bikes. Each broadcast connects an ever-growing network of global listeners, and is co-broadcast with local terrestrial and/or online stations. is co-produced by Agustina Woodgate, Stephanie Sherman and Hernan Woodgate.

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Everglades, FL
August 22 9am-5pm + August 23 12pm-5pm
Ecosystem love from the Miccosukee Resort & Convention Center / FIU


Love the Everglades, a movement addressing the environmental, structural, cultural and spiritual problems plaguing the Florida Everglades by raising awareness and organizing community engagement, convenes to raise awareness and spur action to preserve the River of Grass. In English + Miccosukee.

Thanks to Love the Everglades.

Saturday, August 22, 2015

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Day 1 at Miccosukee Resort & Convention Center

Robin Haines Merrill, Living Water:  A Christian Theology of Water, Love The Everglades Movement; Bobby C. Billie, Opposing the so-called “River of Grass Greenway” in light of Natural Laws, Council of the Original Miccosukee Simanolee Nation Aboriginal Peoples; Michael Frank, TBA, Otter Clan / Miccosukee Community; Matthew Schwartz, Wildlife Habitat, South Florida Wildlands Association; Sandy Koi, Update on South Florida Issues, Tropical Audubon Society; Jennifer Hecker, Oil Exploration & Drilling in the Everglades:  What You Need to Know & Can Do, Conservancy of Southwest Florida

Day 2 at FIU: Workshop Topics

Sea Level Rise & Climate Change — Moderated by Jim Riach, Ph. D., from FIU’s Department of Earth & Environment.  Concerned with the long range effects of Climate Change and Sea Level Rise on the Everglades, Big Cypress, Brighton, tree islands, and indigenous villages. The actionable items from this workshop will be carried forward to the Climate Change Symposium to be held at FIU in November.

Improving Communications

Everglades Benefit Concert