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Debbie Landers

Special Guest

Biography:

Debbie Landers has served as founder and principal of the General Assembly Academy in Hohewald, the county seat of Lewis County. Since 1996, she has served as the executive director of the Tennessee Association of Non-Public Academic Schools (TANAS). Debbie's community activities include Leadership Lewis, Lewis County Child Help Task Force, Lewis County Health Council, The Emporium, Parlimentarian to the Chamber of Commerce and the Sonnenschein Festival Steering Committee, which is helping to organize "Financial Permaculture: The Greening of a Rural American Community."

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Past Shows:

Economy & Permaculture

Investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts offered analysis of the current financial situation. She was joined by community/permaculture activists Albert Bates (third hour) and Debbie Landers (briefly, fourth hour) to discuss sustainable businesses, and ways communities can work together to get through the coming economic storm. Bates defined permaculture as "productive systems that mimic the... More »

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