Old forests are good for water quality, plant and animal and fungi life — and may even have a better shot at surviving climate change. And some scientists want to know: Can we make our young forests more like old forests?
Powdered wigs, white men, aristocracy — these are just a handful of images and stereotypes associated with the world of classical music. But what if we’re wrong? In this episode, guest hosts James Stewart and Adiah Gholston talk with teenagers, composers and professors to unpack some of our assumptions around classical music: Where its roots really lie, who it’s made for, and where it’s headed.