|Master of Regenerative Studies student Douglas Kent discussed the family-friendly Earth Day celebration in a Comcast Cable interview.|
|Kent also talked on Comcast Cable about his book Firescaping and tips for homeowners to protect their homes from wildfires.|
Comcast Cable has created and aired a new video interview for April that highlights a graduate student and the university's Earth Day celebration on April 21.
Master of Regenerative Studies student Douglas Kent discussed the family-friendly Earth Day celebration at on Friday, April 21, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., at the university's John T. Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies. Entrance is free to the event, which closes with a free music concert by modern folk band Sugar Mountain Mama Serenade. The interview started with discussion about his book Firescaping and tips for homeowners to protect their homes from wildfires.
The five-minute interview is shown in conjunction with the local edition of the Comcast broadcast of CNN Headline News. The interviews are recorded each month in Claremont's Comcast studios and are featured throughout Southern California. Founded in 1963, Comcast Cable is the country's largest provider of cable services.
Instructional & Information Technology has made the video interviews available to the entire campus community.