An Ecotopia with Dr. Paul Lee and Live Music of Scott Cooper


We talk to Dr. Paul Lee about his book There is a Garden in the Mind which is a memoir of Alan Chadwick and the Organic Movement in California.  Paul Lee was educated at St. Olaf College, Luther Seminary, the Univ. of Minnesota, and Harvard, where he received a divinity degree and a PhD.  He was the founding editor of the Psychedelic Review, founder of the UC Santa Cruz Student Garden Project, among many other projects.  See

  We feature musician Scott cooper. Multi-instrumentalist Scott Cooper is a veteran of the San Francisco Bay Area music scene. Though best known for fronting the popular Grateful Dead tribute the China Cats, Scott is well-known for having his hands in multiple projects simultaneously. He has been playing bass with Bay Area jam band the Gary Gates Band for nearly a decade and plays on Gary's heralded CD "San Gregorio General Store" produced by John Nowland (Neil Young, Jewel). Scott’s other current projects include bluegrass combo Wet & Reckless (aka the Intangibillies), performing solo gigs, fronting his own acoustic trio and a side project called the Secret Chimp with Jim Lewin (Great American Taxi). See and

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