Sustainable You

107.7 The Bronc presents: Sustainable You – Your Weekly Guide To Making Your Life and Our World More Sustainable.

Now at its new time at 9 a.m. every Saturday morning, Jalisa Malvern and Dean Riddle will discuss hot button topics with leading sustainability experts providing you helpful hints on how easy it is to go green, save money and make our planet a more sustainable place.

Sustainable You also provides Green Tip: short, helpful little facts that can help make your life just that little bit more environmentally sustainable. Click here to check them out.

If you would like more information about the Pennsylvania Horticulture Society, check out their website here. If you would like to subscribe to Sustainable You podcast, click here.

Sustainable You is underwritten in part by Terhune Orchards, LawnCrafters, Team Toyota of Princeton, Trenton Farmer’s Market and The Office of Sustainability Management. From Energy Star to organic farming to green cars click the banners below to view the terrific green initiatives our corporate sponsors, their vendors and customers are currently implementing.



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About The Hosts

IMG_0425(Co-host/Producer) Dean Riddle is an Environmental Science major and General Business minor graduating in 2021. Dean has always had an interest in video games throughout his life, but it was later on when he discovered the importance of the environment and found his passion for the future. Not only was he interested in video games, however, he also adopted an interest in various sports. Throughout high school, Dean swam competitively for two years and ran cross country and track for another two years. These interests led to him growing as an individual, and allowed him to find out what really interested him. In the end, everything led to him becoming the host of Sustainable You, a show that he is very passionate about and looks to stay around for a while

IMG_0432(Co-host/Producer) Jalisa Malvern  is a co-host on Sustainable You with a Journalism Major and Digital Film Minor. She enjoys writing and aspires to write for the New York Times. Jalisa likes to learn and experience new things and avidly studies history. She is from Galloway, New Jersey and attended Absegami High School. Her hobbies include singing, playing the guitar/piano, listening to music,  writing, and blogging. Jalisa is looking forward to pursuing a MA in Communications and Journalism in the near future.


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