Barbara Dellenback speaks with Springfield Interim Planning Manager Sandy Belson about housing solutions. They discuss the rising cost of housing, legislation aimed at creative affordable housing, and efforts to make sure everyone has shelter.
Housing in Springfield and Oregon is the focus of the newest Oregon Grapevine conversation. Barbara Dellenback and Sandy Belson discuss the efforts to stem the increasing issues of homelessness and housing in the region.
Sandy Belson, City of Springfield Interim Planning Manager
Barbara Dellenback speaks with Liz von Wellsheim, Medical Director of Springfield's ElderHealth and Living Memory Village. They discuss the importance of planning for aging, preparing and downsizing, and staying off of ladders.
Barbara Dellenback speaks with Ayisha Elliott. Elliott is a diversity, equity, and inclusion educator and the founder of the community benefit organization, Kids for the Culture. Elliott is the podcaster, Black Girl From Eugene.
Barbara Dellenback speaks with Cynthia Beal, the founder of the Natural Burial Company and a self described sustainable cemetery evangelist. They discuss the range of possibilities for burial in Oregon from traditional burials, to cremation, to human composting.