Malcolm Margolin is an author and publisher, whose deep curiosity about California Native American culture in the 1970s helped rekindle its importance to all cultures. He begins with an endearing story about his early childhood experience with nature. He tells us a bit about publishing and the founding of Heyday Books. Malcolm then shares some examples of what he has learned about sustainability and alternative ways of being from the native people's perspective.

What would California look like today if the state had continued to grow without implementing comprehensive planning? Alf speaks about his origins in the environmental field and why he created the citizens group California Tomorrow.