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About The Show
“The Organic View Radio Show” is a unique, live, interactive, internet talk-radio show that features key leaders, innovators and educators who work within industries that involve organics, environment, politics, living green and sustainability. Host, June Stoyer, explores the background and mission of each guest. Questions are taken by the audience via Twitter, Skype, Facebook and email. Listeners are also encouraged to ask questions via email to questions (at)theorganicview.com
Who’s Been On The Show?
Featured guests have included: Michael Potter, CEO of Eden Foods, Arran Stephens, CEO of Nature’s Path, Joel Salatin, Dr. Sandra Steingraber, John Robbins, Trump Chicago, Prince Lorenzo Borghese, Defenders Of Wildlife, Bryant Terry, Dr. Douglas Tallamy, Bob Catell, Morten Albaek, Walter Haefeker, Dr. Marla Spivak, as well as hundreds of other industry leaders, scientists and experts.
The complete archives are available at www.theorganicview.com/podcasts/ The show can also be found on iTunes, Zune and every major podcasting provider.
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The show is broadcast live, Monday-Thursday at 12 pm, Eastern Standard Time and has a global audience with over 3 million listeners!
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Social Media Impact:
Social Media Measurement expert and CEO, of Kred.com’s Andrew Grill recently announced that June Stoyer is in the top 1% of Influencers.
TOP 50 Most Influential Sites on Sustainability! Last year, Kred.com conducted an extensive social media Datamine, including every Twitter post since 2008, Facebook, and 40 million blogs and forums, and found that we are one of the Top 50 Most Influential Bloggers in the Kred Sustainability Community!
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The show was recently named one of the top 10 food activists worth following on Twitter from New Hope 360.
Farm Raised, Free Range & Friend of The Animals
June Stoyer, is a native New Yorker, born on Long Island and raised on a private organic farm in the Catskill Mountains. Her father’s passion for organic farming provided the perfect foundation for which she now thrives as an educator and an activist.
After working 12 years in Corporate America with technologies that focused on supermarket retail, consumer packaged goods and consumer behavior marketing, she decided to take the plunge as an entrepreneur. June owned and operated an organic specialty foods retail business as well as a culinary instructional business, teaching over 900 culinary, nutritional and horticultural programs for all ages.
June is an environmentalist, educator and activist in the organic movement. Her credits include Master Composter through the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and participated in the Master Gardener program at Cornell’s Cooperative Extension where she continues to volunteer.
As an advisor to the Saratoga Environmental Expo in 2007, she successfully used her resources in the organic industry to obtain donations from manufacturers within the organic industry as well as secure celebrity appearances by Darryl Hannah and Ed Begley, Jr. The Expo was unique because it was the first time a group of New York businesses had collectively worked together to educate the public on the importance of organic and environmental awareness. The first day alone generated 3500+ people in foot traffic. This is not only an exceptional turnout for a first time event but also for a town that is as small as Saratoga.
In 2006, June was invited to go to China by Titan International to introduce some of the modern composting techniques used here in NY as well as to help educate the government officials about organic standards.
As an activist and educator, June is a member of many different horticultural related societies in NY and North America. She is also the Chairwoman and President of the Long Island Business Exchange which is a NY based business club. She continues to lecture and promote sustainability.