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Treading lightly was formed with the intention of bringing like-minded people together to care about the environment and the wellbeing of our community. We also explicitly want to bring those along that want to tread more lightly on our planet but are not quite sure how to just yet.Treading Lightly is all about being inclusive and supportive. We strongly believe that together we can achieve real solutions and improve our communities and the world at large. By uplifting each other, we raise t ...
 
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It took 3 months to release this episode! We originally recorded this episode way back in June and since then I've been in a little bit of "filling my own cup" mode, spending extra time with the kids, getting into nature, and slowly digesting what's going down in the world...which is a good reminder to all to monitor where your energy going and foc…
 
Johnny is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to permaculture and regeneration and we're lucky to have this man's influence in our community! He has been the head of the Greenhouse park project based at the industrial area in Port Kembla NSW, to restore the old industrial wasteland and has demonstrated that the land can be healed and proved this by…
 
It's Bowel Cancer awareness month so absolutely fitting to have Anta on to share his story and give advice from what he's learned along the way. Take a moment to acknowledge Anta Supomo and the path he's been walking. For many years now, Anta's been having to face cancer with all the hardship it brings on a daily basis, and the tremendous ability w…
 
Listeners discretion advised. Adult topics discussed. I loved this episode and it was one of my favorites. I met Rob Sinclair down by the water after a swim, we got chatting and I immediately loved what he was about. To be open, raw, and honest about his life, his achievements, his shortcomings and to share stories of overcoming his own trauma from…
 
Welcome back tribe! So good to be back speaking with inspirational people again after a little break from podcasting. Big things have been happening in the background of Treading Lightly, the main one being the opening of our new headquarters or the TLHub as it's been affectionately nicknamed. A place where like-minded individuals can collaborate, …
 
School. Who can say they enjoyed every moment of it? I don’t know man kids who are thrilled to be going to school. What is it that makes it such a drag and does it have to be that way? In an ever-changing world and with an unprecedented challenge that school age kids and parents alike have to deal with these days with social media and other technol…
 
In today's episode, we have three local legends who are hugely passionate about conservation and sustainability in the building industry. First off we have legend Wombat which you may know from The Block and who originally went into the show with a desire to show people how we can have a more eco-friendly approach to building and continues to sprea…
 
Melissa is a marine biologist and wildlife educator with a BA (Hons) in Marine Ecology and Conservation degree from New College of Florida, USA and an MSc in Marine Biology from Victoria University of Wellington, NZ. She is a freelance environmental contributor, and founder of The Fins United Initiative (TFUI), a program that brings attention to th…
 
On today's episode, we have Dani and Tom Jacobson from Catching Paradise who spearhead the Jervis Bay Clean Up Crew. They organise marine debris removal events within our community, trekking up and down stretches of beach collecting washed up trash to diving the bay to clean up what’s under the water, the passion they have for keeping our environme…
 
Welcome back to Part 2 of our chat with Nadia Squires! -------------------------------------------------------------------- Nadia is a ranger for the National Parks and Wildlife NSW and we were super privileged to have Nadia on for this Treading Lightly episode! A proud Yuin woman, she spoke candidly about her life, what obstacles she has faced, an…
 
Nadia is a ranger for the National Parks and Wildlife NSW and we were super privileged to have Nadia on for this Treading Lightly episode! A proud Yuin woman, she spoke candidly about her life, what obstacles she has faced, and what drove her to become the woman she is today. You'll be sure to enjoy it! We have divided this into two parts for ease …
 
Larni Dibben has a post-graduate degree in applied climate science and with Taia on board, this was sure to be a great chat all round. These two locals have their heads fully in the game when it comes to painting what our sustainable future may look like, what possible obstacles are in our way, and what we can do to help drive that change. In these…
 
Mark Rabbidge is another member of our community who has lived a full life, to say the least and came on to share some candid life stories with us. From the 60s surf culture to the war in Vietnam, the surf tour, and all along shaping boards, it was great to sit down and have a yarn with him as he tells it how it is! We hope you enjoy it and if you …
 
So it's finally happened! We've been waiting a while for the opportunity to have this guy on and it finally happened! Today's guest is the one and only, Dan Sipple aka The Functional Naturopath. His name comes up often on shows whenever we have a question come up pertaining to the human body so we had to have him on. It was a good opportunity to th…
 
Harries from Bondi Rescue joins us again to chat about the risks of social isolation due to COVID restrictions and the impact that's had on the community and his own life. There was a massive show of support by the Bondi community for our community during the fires and it was great to touch base with this legend as he has such a big heart. Harries …
 
So on the show, we have Mon, Nick, and myself just having a good old chin wag over a cuppa talking all things happening in our world at the moment. Obviously COVID came up and how we've all felt about the isolation and we discuss my happenings in Canada as I was over there having treatment when all this went down! What an unprecedented time in hist…
 
This episode is an audio version of the zoomcast we did with Jorj and Sheree, the two spearheading the opposition against the proposed development at Manyana. The Sydney developer Ozyhomes plans to bulldoze 20 hectares of bushland right after our devasting bushfires and destroy some of the only habitat that's left. This is happening right now so li…
 
This one was a long time coming! This one was recorded before the full effect of covid-19 so its interesting to reflect back on life before the Corona! Taia Campbell and Kyale McNally are two locals with their heads fully in the game when it comes to sustainable gardening methods. In these strange times, its important we learn to become as self-suf…
 
This comes at a time where not only our town but the rest of the world is being tested, yet again. Please look after yourself and make sure we look after each other...and drop the fear and anxiety...nothing depletes the immune system like stress!!! Our special guest this episode is Uncle Noel Butler...well his wife Trish briefly came in too! Noel B…
 
Jason is our local Shoalhaven council horticulturalists and is the one to thank for developing and maintaining all our beautiful gardens in the area. What was so amazing about having a chat with Jason was not only his passion for what he does in town but also his amazing willingness to share his family's story no matter how hard that may be. To be …
 
If you’re anything like me, you find it difficult trying to select healthy eating options when out on the road or in an unfamiliar area. Well, today's guest is Paul Hellier from Fair Food Forager. He has developed a mobile app that lets you find and share sustainable and ethical food options at your location which is so helpful when travelling, esp…
 
“Improving your quality of life, healing within, therefore heals the small world around us and our planet becomes a better place” -Leah Scott Personally, the Wim Hof method has helped me so much over the years dealing with my MS symptoms, so when we had the opportunity to have Wim Hof instructor Leah Scott on the podcast we jumped at the opportunit…
 
Our guest on this episode is Chris "Critta" Hayward and Chris "Lord Wildlife" Zinon :) We originally met with these legends at the start of November 2019 to discuss their planned trip through the Budawangs from the top of the Clyde river down to the ocean. They wanted different local characters to join in to show off the beautiful country we are a …
 
Harries from Bondi Rescue is on the show. He has spent the last 25 years being a lifesaver on Bondi beach and the last 15 years being followed by the crew filming Bondi Rescue. He’s also an ambassador for 10 different companies and is using that influence to kick start our community and help us revive from the effects of the fires. There was a mass…
 
On today's episode, we have Denise Lofts, principal of Ulladulla High, Kim Waters, and Jade Mudge the school captain. They came on today to discuss the new initiative they have at the school. They have thought long and hard about what our kids and our families and our community will need going forward which have led them to create a project to buil…
 
Dean and Naomi came on to tell their story of being in the direct path of bushfires that recently threatened Lake Tabourie. We decided to release this episode early considering what risk the fires are posing to our community in the hope that it will educate, and give people a reality check of what to expect if they find themselves threatened by the…
 
Julian Witling is doing great things with the challenges that he has faced and he's a real inspiration. Julian came on the podcast and really opened up, recounting his story about his experience with depression and PTSD and what he has discovered to help deal with these issues. To have the courage to do so is amazing and hopefully, his story will i…
 
Dinah Mitchell and Kim Goodworth are two local individuals who are part of the slow fashion movement in our local area. Slow fashion is embodying the opposite of what fast fashion is, low cost, high volume and high speed of modern clothing focused purely on profits at the end of the day. This typically leads to lower quality clothing, with a high e…
 
Our guests today are Wayne Carberry, Al Grimwood, and Brendon Sheldon. They traveled up from Moruya to be part of the Mollymook Fight for the Bight paddle out and right after it, we took the opportunity to share what they're doing with the youth from Moruya High. The guys have teamed up with South Coast Police, PCYC and Surfrider Foundation in deli…
 
Our special guests this week include founding members of Treading Lightly, Monica Mudge and Marianne Cool. Both share their own stories on how TL came to be from its humble beginnings to where it's at now and their dedication to creating positive change on all levels is hugely inspiring!!! I truly hope you get a feel for who these two beautiful peo…
 
Damo and Heath are two absolute legends who have aligned themselves with Patagonia AUS and are spearheading Fight for The Bight, a movement to stop Norwegian company Equinors plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight, home to one of the most stunning marine environments in the world. We discuss why Equinors plans are too risky and threat…
 
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