About Janaia

Janaia Donaldson is the host and producer of Peak Moment TV. She has worked as a graphic designer, illustrator, and educator; and a user interface designer at Xerox.
Robin Mallgren is the director, videographer, and editor of Peak Moment TV. After completing a Ph.D. in computer science, she worked as a software development engineer at Xerox.

Beekeeping Takes Flight at Sea-Tac Airport (273)

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Beekeeping Takes Flight at Sea-Tac Airport (273)

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First Nations People Reclaiming Their Heritage (272)

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First Nations People Reclaiming Their Heritage (272)

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Peak of Summer

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During the past two months we've slowed down somewhat to catch up with ourselves in Corvallis and southwest Portland. We're folding ourselves into these communities—loving the Farmers Markets and biking around the neighborhoods to discover wild blackberry bushes (yum!). Next … [Read more...]

Peak Moment TV in a Doctoral Thesis

We feel very honored to be referenced with the following personages in Marie Little's doctoral thesis on Climate Change Adaptation through the School of Public Health, Curtin University, Western Australia. Her proposal includes radical mitigation and reduction in … [Read more...]

Yak, Buffalo, Alpaca – Oh My!

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Last night I cooked braised Yak shanks… so tender and mild, perfectly sauced in the stock I made last week from Buffalo bones. This morning Robin served homemade garlic-ginger-basil sausages made from Alpaca ground paleo style (with heart and liver added to the muscle … [Read more...]

What Is Sustainable? (271)

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What Is Sustainable? (271)

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A Neighborly Neighborhood

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There's a lot of talk about getting to know your neighbors—to work on projects and share goods, tools and expertise. It's a social investment for harder times or emergencies, to feel more secure, and/or to enjoy the convivality. Here's a neighborhood in south Corvallis, near … [Read more...]