EAT alumni Aeon Blues, an activist with Free
Radio Santa Cruz, shares an EAT Audio Documentary, which he
created during the January 2002 session at Black Mountain
Preserve in Sonoma county. It includes interviews with attendees
and commentary about the training sessions.
are audio files of several songs sung by EATers during the course.
Smiles at breakfast, tea house, The Avalon
There are two different methods for listening to the documentary:
- Download the files first, after which you can play them with your
computer's audio software
- Listen to the files as "streaming audio," where they
play continuously as they are being downloaded. There
is a high-bandwidth version of each file for those with
fast internet connections, and a low-bandwidth version
for those with slow connections. (Streaming Audio is coming
Click on the appropriate link for each file, depending
on which method you wish to use.
Eco-forestry in the redwoods