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Best Forestry podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Forestry podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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#TreesAreKey with Paul Johnson helps listeners better understand and care for their trees. Weekly podcasts feature a short lesson and tree of the week, and share upcoming tree-related events around Texas. From planting to pruning, famous to flowering, to soil, sun and shade, and what to do when faced with disaster -- Trees Are Key has you covered. Paul Johnson is the Urban and Community Forestry Coordinator for Texas A&M Forest Service. Paul is an International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) ...
 
CIFOR conducts global research on forest and climate change, adaptation, redd, indigenous groups, deforestation, gender, dry forests, food security, illegal logging, governance, biodiversity. The Center for International Forestry Research is a nonprofit, global facility dedicated to advancing human wellbeing, environmental conservation and equity. We conduct research that enables more informed and equitable decision making about the use and management of forests in less-developed countries. ...
 
Welcome to this podcast series being brought to you by the University of Massachusetts Environmental Conservation's Urban Forestry: Structure, Function & Value class. The podcasts, outlining our semester's readings, is intended as an opportunity to explore the foundation urban forestry, and will introduce concepts related to the management of urbanized landscapes. The podcasts, presented by members of the class, will focus on what comprises the urban forest, its function as a natural system, ...
 
The Research Field is Teagasc's monthly research podcast for everyone interested in agriculture, crops, the environment, food, forestry and rural development research in Ireland. Presented by Sean Duke, science journalist, with regular contributions from Catriona Boyle, science and communication outreach officer with Teagasc, the podcasts will get out and about and talk to researchers in their various fields. Acknowledgement: Signature tune 'Inspirational Outlook' by https://scottholmesmusic.com
 
The billion dollar porn industry is always looking for its next STAR. As thousands of aspiring models try to get in, their path is very unclear. Fake agencies, suitcase pimps and sex trafficking are everywhere. Some are lucky enough to land with a legitimate agency. Here’s your full access to some of the amazing girls, hear their stories and what drives them to be your dream girl.
 
Habitations is the podcast of Sage Magazine, the environmental journalism and arts publication at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. It explores the relationships between humans and the places that they inhabit, through interviews and narrative pieces.
 
The Leadership Nature Podcast features one-on-one interviews with diverse leaders from across the forestry and natural resources nation, and it is intended to spread the seeds of leadership insights, lessons learned and personal advice from experienced leaders to current and future generations of natural resource leaders. Each episode also includes a leadership tip of the week from the interviewer.
 
Some people know what they want to do for a living early on, some people find out later. I’m still searching for that answer the best way I know how; talking to people who’ve already made the discovery. How2 is a podcast about people who have found career paths that fulfill them on multiple levels, and searches for the root of that success. Tune in to find out what drives someone to plant a million trees, perform surgery, or study sleeping bats. ​So if you have no idea what that person actua ...
 
Join “Drones On-Air” powered by EnviroDrone for an exhilarating flight through drone exploration, discovery and innovation. Learn from drone professionals who are innovating the industry and how their disruptive technology is changing the world around us. Ryan Cant, founder and CEO of EnviroDrone is the host of “Drones On-Air.” Ryan is a commercial drone builder, pilot and visionary. Follow EnviroDrone on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and visit the website for more information. www.faceboo ...
 
The Moon Podcast features stories, conversations and commentary about feminist agroecology, from around the world. It explores everything from moon cycles to midwifery, from crop rotation to kombucha brewing, from herbalism to homesteading. With content about women, and by women, we can inspire each other to cultivate our own unique connection to our natural world. (For all past episodes, go to iTunes and subscribe: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-moon-podcast/id1132780597) Produced ...
 
Wild Asset is an exclusive podcast by Fairfax Media that untangles Tasmania’s complex forestry debate. The series investigates the local impact of proposed forestry legislation, and its potential influence on the future of the state’s Tarkine region. It tells the story of a clash of interests over management of about 100,000 hectares of the Tarkine, marked as Future Potential Production Forest by the state government. As the Forestry (Unlocking Production Forests) Bill 2017 moves through the ...
 
With scientific breakthroughs and technological innovations arriving faster and faster, many of the coolest careers belong to people with excellent math skills. Art of Problem Solving’s AfterMath podcast talks with fascinating people in the world of math, science, and technology about their work, careers, and interests, as well as how their passion for math helped them get to where they are now. You can find show notes and additional information at artofproblemsolving.com/news/aftermath.
 
The way forests around the world are managed is undergoing radical change. In the UK, local communities are buying forested land, to preserve forests for the greater benefit of society. In the developing world, forestry commissions are actively empowering villagers to engage in forest management and conservation. The video tracks on this album use case studies in the UK and in India to illustrate ways in which forest management is changing, and how such changes can be implemented. To complet ...
 
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The carbon on your plate: mangrove and aquaculture Shoring up mangrove protection amid shrimp production CIFOR Principal Scientist Daniel Murdiyarso and Matt McLuckie, director of Investor Relations at Planet Tracker explore the longstanding clash between mangrove conservation efforts and the aquaculture industry. A recent report states that mangro…
 
We welcome back Micah Brown to discuss a comprehensive overview of Blacktail hunting in California. From the mountains to the coast, we cover all aspects of pursuing the 'ghost of the coast'. We go into detail on the contrast of hunting high country mountain Blacktail in the B-Zones down to the coastal regions of the A-Zone. If you are a Blacktail …
 
In this episode Jerry discusses some of the steps taken purchasing our latest commercial property, finally revealing what we have only been able to mention in previous episodes. This deeper look into the purchase process provides insight into key areas such as the length of time it can take, financing and risk vs reward Join the Commercial Property…
 
Michael Mulcahy is the Chief Executive and the Founder of Ascalon; and is the inventor of the company’s innovative technology. After graduation from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a degree in Materials Engineering, Mr. Mulcahy began his professional career with the US Navy as an aircraft carrier pilot line officer. Upon leaving the US Navy a…
 
Food consumers today want fresher, healthier and additive-free foods that also last longer on the shelf. Dr Elena Inguglia is a researcher based at the Teagasc Food Research Centre in Ashtown who is developing new technologies to satisfy consumer demands.Here, Elena describes how some of our foods are currently processed, and how these processes mi…
 
As well as touching on the latest development within one of our own buildings, Jerry discusses the key differences between leases and licenses and what to look out for when dealing with them. Join the Commercial Property Investor Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/commercialpropertyinvestor/ Jerry Alexander on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.c…
 
I welcome back Bob Anderson to the podcast. Since his recent retirement from the Friends of the NRA Foundation, he has a new found passion of writing and recently published a book titled Resurrection Runner. To get a sneak peek at the book and chance to win a free copy, head over to the link below and sign up:https://rwanderson-author.com/wp/RnA-RW…
 
In light of World Refugee Day, this episode of Let’s Talk Trees addresses the environmental concerns in refugee areas. Mary Njenga, a bioenergy research scientist at World Agroforestry (ICRAF) and Ruth Mendum, associate director for gender initiatives and an assistant professor of research at Pennsylvania State University share their ongoing work t…
 
This week we are continuing with our deal appraisal series. It is interesting to think that amongst all the noise, talk of recessions and the death of the high street it is easy to understand why investors could be turned off from investing in the commercial property market right now. In this episode we provide a reminder that we are not investing …
 
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