Best Ecological Restoration podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Join Kim Eierman, Founder of EcoBeneficial!, for useful gardening tips to improve our environment. Kim shares her own tips and interviews some of the leaders in the ecological gardening movement.
 
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Muse Ecology
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At Muse Ecology, we hear the voices and grooves of people and place as we make our way back to harmony with the song of life.
 
Aldo Leopold once said that environmentalists "live alone in a world of wounds." This doesn't make us pessimists, quite the opposite. Join me, Shawn Stone, for optimistic conversations with people working to restore and enhance the ecosystems of the American southwest.
 
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Natural MD Radio
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Natural MD Radio is your place to hear the whole truth on health and natural medicine for women and children, and get the tools you need to take back your health starting now. The focus of this show is women's health, fitness, beauty, natural living, and natural medicine for children. Dr. Romm dishes on everything from thyroid and hormone problems to the truth about antibiotics and vaccinations.
 
Letters & Politics seeks to explore the history behind today’s major global and national news stories. Hosted by Mitch Jeserich.
 
The science that is needed to conserve everything from alpine meadows to great white sharks is covered here as we interview young and seasoned scientists that are passionate about their profession and what they are studying. The podcast is hosted by the Department of Ecology at Montana State University in beautiful Bozeman, Montana (the views expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Ecology or Montana State University).
 
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From Cloud to Cab
Monthly
 
From Cloud to Cab is a podcast series for farmers on the Delmarva Peninsula and in the Mid-Atlantic Region, offering timely conversations with scientists, policymakers, agribusinesses, conservationists and other farmers. The goal is to offer news, updates and different perspectives in a fresh and accessible format, especially when our listeners don’t have the time to sit down and read an article! From Cloud to Cab is hosted by Josh Bollinger with the University of Maryland Harry R. Hughes Ce ...
 
The Permaculture Realized Podcast delivers practical skills and knowledge to build your ecologically restorative homestead, farm, neighborhood, or business based on Permaculture concepts and methods. Please consider becoming our Patron on Patreon to keep this Podcast on the air. Visit: https://www.patreon.com/PermacultureRealizedPodcast
 
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A conversation with Ojibwe author and anthropologist David Treuer about the alternative narratives he has uncovered on the struggles of his people. Treuer presents a counter narrative to the history we have been told about Native Americans. He points out about native life: "...we are not dead, life is not awful, it's also not wonderful, it's co ...…
 
As Chelsea Manning spends her second week in prison for her refusal to testify to a grand jury for a case that seems to be about Wikileaks Julian Assange over the release of top secret documents back in 2010. These cables were leaked by Chelsea manning when she was in the military. Manning was granted clemency after serving several years in a m ...…
 
A conversation on the transnational white power movement and its history behind the massacre in New Zealand last week with Professor Kathleen Belew. Guest: Kathleen Belew is Professor of History at the University of Chicago. She is the author of Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America. Her latest piece (Dissent Mag ...…
 
A conversation on the history and constitutionality of the veto. And Donald Trump using a national emergency declaration in order to achieve a policy outcome of what it may mean for the future. Guest: Michael J. Gerhardt is the scholar-in-residence at the National Constitution Center. He is also the Samuel Ashe Distinguished Professor of Consti ...…
 
A conversation on democracy with writer and filmmaker Astra Taylor author of the new book Democracy May Not Exist, but We'll Miss It When It's Gone. Guest: Astra Taylor is the author of The People's Platform: Taking Back Power and Culture in the Digital Age (winner of the American Book Award) and made two documentary films, Zizek! and Examined ...…
 
Today, we are in conversation with Professor Mike Gonzalez about how left-wing elected governments in Latin America have been under assault from reactionary forces and the U.S. government. We also discuss how the so called Pink Tide has come short in its socialist promises and what are the prospects for Latin American politics. Guest: Mike Gonz ...…
 
Thousands of chemicals used in beauty products, a $70 billion a year industry, are governed by federal regulations that haven’t been updated in decades. The laws that govern the FDA's authority over the cosmetics industry are just two pages long and have not been updated since 1938, when they were first enacted. Such meager tools leave federal ...…
 
Jen sits down with Jimmy Emmons, an Oklahoma farmer and soil health champion, and Blaine Hitchens, a Sussex County, Del., farmer. The two break down soil health concepts comparatively by their respective regions, some management details, farm economics, and more.
 
National Security adviser John Bolton invokes the Monroe Doctrine of 1823 to justify the United States meddling in Venezuelan affairs. Today we are in conversation about the history of the Monroe Doctrine, what it is, and how it has changed throughout the years. Guest: Grace Livingstone [1] is a journalist and academic, specializing in Latin Am ...…
 
Marking the eight anniversary of the devastating earthquake that rocked Japan and subsequent tsunami that created a disaster at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, we are in conversation with Gregory Jackzo, head of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission at the time the Fukushima disaster occurred. He recounts the role he played in the American ...…
 
Join Kim Eierman for this EcoBeneficial interview with gardening legend, Marjorie Harris – ecological landscape designer, plant consultant and author of 15 books on gardening. An organic gardener since the 1960s, Marjorie is based in Toronto. She authored one of the first books advocating the use of ecological gardening principles, Ecological G ...…
 
A conversation with Mike Duncan about his book The Storm Before the Storm: The Beginning of the End of the Roman Republic. He explains how the accumulation of inequalities, social prejudice and corruption led the Roman Republic to its fall. Guest: Mike Duncan is one of the foremost history podcasters in the world. His award winning series The H ...…
 
A conversation on the Epic of Gilgamesh, the oldest complete story that we have in the planet, it dates nearly back 5,000 years. It is from Sumer, the southernmost region of ancient Mesopotamia, or modern Iraq today. We talk to Kent H. Dixon about how the stories of Gilgamesh can be found in the old testament and the ancient stories of Homer. G ...…
 
If nobody ever told you what a healthy vagina is supposed to smell like, join the club. But knowing is incredibly important because what makes a vagina’s odor healthy – or not – has an impact on your overall health. Listen to this episode of Natural MD Radio to learn all about the deadly douche story that never should have happen, how to sort o ...…
 
Today we bring you a conversation on the life of Henry David Thoreau and his essay on civil disobedience and how he inspired the life of Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. He was an ardent naturalist, a manual laborer and inventor, a radical political activist who urged for non-violent political resistance and the principled withholding ...…
 
A conversation about the legacy of the most important African American of the nineteenth century: Frederick Douglass. He escaped slavery and became the greatest orator of his day and one of the leading abolitionists and writers of the era. Guest: David W. Blight is Professor of American History and Director of the Gilder Lehrman Center for the ...…
 
A conversation on the two presidential impeachments in U.S. history. The first on Andrew Johnson in 1868, and the second on Bill Clinton in the late 1990's with legal scholar Alan Hirsch. Guest: Alan Hirsch is the chair of the Justice and Law Studies program at Williams College, Massachusetts. He is the author or co-author of several books, inc ...…
 
A look at burning political issues and debates and their historical context within the US and worldwide, hosted by Mitch Jeserich.
 
A conversation on the history of the Russian revolution with historian Neil Faulkner. Seeking to rescue the democratic essence of the revolution from its detractors and deniers, Faulkner laced with first-hand testimony this history. Guest: Neil Faulkner is a historian and archaeologist and the author of numerous books, including A Radical Histo ...…
 
If you have decided it’s time to come off the pill, have no fear. Most women transition off it without much problem. You’re not doomed to a life of hormonal imbalances. With the targeted strategies I walk you through you can reset, your hormone balance so that you, too, have healthy, natural cycles. Join Dr. Aviva Romm as she dishes up a weekly ...…
 
At a time when the pace of medical advances can be breathtaking, the rate of maternal death in the United States remains stubbornly high at 14 for every 100,000 live births. The United States is one of only two developed countries whose maternal death rate actually worsened between 1990 and 2015. Unfortunately, African American women have the h ...…
 
In our visit with Mark Tilsen in the Black Hills for Episode 5 about Tanka Bar, our interview happened to take place right before a prayer walk to a proposed gold mining site up the creek from Mark's place. As I began to include this synchronous content in the Tanka Bar episode, I realized that it lit up a section of the rabbit hole that needed ...…
 
Nate Bowersock, a graduate student in the Department of Ecology at Montana State University, discusses how he started his career working with charismatic megafauna and his current M.S. research on black bears in Yellowstone National Park.
 
Dr. Christopher Guy with the Montana Cooperative Fishery Research Unit discusses the individuals that inspired him to have a career in fisheries science. He also discusses his research program and what motivated him to start this podcast.
 
In this episode, the second of four in this series on the bison in the Great Plains, we visit the lands of the Oglala Lakota in the Black Hills of Western South Dakota, where we met with Mark Tilsen, cofounder of Tanka Bar. Tanka Bar, a company owned and operated by the Oglala Lakota of the Pine Ridge Reservation, created the first commercial b ...…
 
Ben Triano, a graduate student in the Department of Ecology at Montana State University, discusses his research on Arctic Grayling in southwest Montana.
 
Detoxification is something our bodies do naturally. Unfortunately, things are much different for us now than they were for our ancestors. While they were exposed to very few environmental toxins as little as 75 years ago, the same cannot be said for us today. We are simultaneously being overloaded by external toxins and undersupported by our d ...…
 
This episode of Muse Ecology is the first in this four part series beginning to explore humankind's relation to the bison in the Great Plains of North America. This buffalo series features diverse voices of folks involved in the bison's return that Alison and I met on our buffalo investigation journey in February 2018. While the next three epis ...…
 
Did you know that we are facing a continuing growing cesarean section crisis? The overuse of cesarean sections, especially in the United States, is not new, but it has certainly continued to become more prevalent globally over the past 15 years. Women's ability to give birth is not greatly dependent on geography, and yet many women in low-incom ...…
 
Nick Voss, a graduate student in the Department of Ecology at Montana State University, discusses how he got started in conservation and his research project on non-native smallmouth bass in the Yellowstone River in Montana.
 
Today I talk with Joanna Kempner, an associate professor in the Department of Sociology at Rutgers, who is doing important work for gender politics and pain. In this episode of Natural MD Radio, we discuss the idea of a migraine personality, the historical concept of hysteria, and how this has all evolved to create a disparity in pain treatment ...…
 
In this episode, Jen and Josh sit down with Eastern Shore Land Conservancy Executive Director Rob Etgen and Matt Nielsen of Tidewater Organics, LLC near Centreville, Md., to talk through the many nuances of farmland preservation, how the movement started and why it matters for the future.
 
Wildlife and native gardening go hand-in-hand, but sometimes we lose patience with wildlife that enjoys our plants as much as we do! Learn how to cultivate compassion in your garden and successfully coexist with wildlife as Kim Eierman of EcoBeneficial interviews Nancy Lawson, author of The Humane Gardener: Nurturing a Backyard Habitat for Wild ...…
 
Michael Coryell, a graduate student in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, discusses his research on how the gut microbiome protects us from arsenic exposure. We also discuss how he became involved in the life sciences.
 
Vitex earns a place in my Top 5 Favorite Herbs for Women and today, I want to tell you how this powerful herb can help with your hormones. Hormonal imbalances are one of the most common complaints I see in my practice, and include conditions like PMS (to which more than 150 symptoms have been attributed, and which affects millions of women, irr ...…
 
Ken Staver, acting director for the Wye Research and Education Center and associate research scientist with the University of Maryland College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, sits down with Jen and Josh to talk the foundations of nutrient research, his work on cover crops, and how research translates into action on the land.…
 
If you're freaking out at a little (or a lot) at the thought of pushing a small cantaloupe sized head out of your vagina and also want to do everything you can to avoid unnecessary medical interventions at your birth, including cesarean, you’re probably here because you’re doing your homework ahead of time to learn what to do to make this upcom ...…
 
You've heard me use the term 'food as medicine' in the past. Today, in the third episode in our series on detoxification, I'm going to talk about what that really means. While it's easy to think we need all kinds of supplements and fancy detoxes, food as medicine is not an abstract concept. Which foods are detoxification foods and how exactly d ...…
 
In this episode, Jen and Josh talk with Sarah Everhart of the University of Maryland Agriculture Law Education Initiative to overview upcoming workshops on conservation leasing. For more information on the Agricultural Conservation Leasing Workshop Series being held this winter 2018 and the subsequent guide that supports it, visit https://agres ...…
 
In this episode, Jen sits down with a few folks from the Sussex Soil Conservation District in Georgetown, Del., to talk soil health and cover crops, and to overview a new program and piece of equipment available to farmers in Sussex County to help with early establishment of cover crops.
 
I am sure that you have all heard about trendy detox programs, but did you know that detoxification is different than the term 'detox'? Last week I shared just the tip of the iceberg on the dangers of environmental toxins in our bodies and in our surroundings. In the second episode in our series on detoxification, today I dive into how detoxifi ...…
 
Every day it seems there is a new fad detox or cleanse program promising to help us get healthier. But what led us to believe that these programs were needed? The burden to detoxify the body has been placed on women and our diets, yet biological systems are already in place to do just that. So is detoxification real? Listen in to today’s episod ...…
 
Maryland Department of Agriculture’s Watershed Restoration Specialist Jason Keppler sits down with Josh and Jen to talk about what the department is doing to implement the last phase of Chesapeake Bay cleanup. We talk implementation of best management practices, where the agriculture community stands with its goals, and thoughts about potential ...…
 
Cleanses, detoxes, and fasts have existed for centuries for various purposes and with varying degrees of scientific validity. It is more common than ever for people to be self-administering a detox, cleanse, or fast as a way to lose weight or regulate toxins. Some of these traditional healing practices can have merit, but when done to extremes ...…
 
Today I'm talking about Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, which affects over 5 million women in the U.S, and what natural approaches you can take to help. “You can reduce or eliminate any of the stresses that you don’t have to have. So stop saying yes to so many things - say no to things that you don’t have to take on.” - Aviva Romm. Join Dr. Aviva Ro ...…
 
Ethan Lula, a graduate student in the Department of Ecology at Montana State University, discusses his research on iconic bighorn sheep in Montana. We also discuss how his upbringing influenced his career choice.
 
In this episode, Jen and Josh sit down with Judy Denver and Mark Nardi of the U.S. Geological Survey to talk about various aspects of agriculture's role in restoring Chesapeake Bay water quality. Near the end of this episode, Jen introduces a new segment meant to give agriculture Extension experts on Delmarva an opportunity to give advice to fa ...…
 
Episode 3 closes out Muse Ecology's inaugural series recorded in December 2017, about ecosystem restoration and the work of John D. Liu. In this episode, John and I have a conversation on the way to the airport that weaves through many topics currently affecting our global situation, and we discuss how a large scale shift to focusing on ecosyst ...…
 
What is vaginal seeding and why is the infant microbiome so important? Two modern medical practices, antibiotic use and cesarean section, carry consequences even when used appropriately. Both practices have been recognized as being overused in recent decades. Studies have demonstrated that babies born by cesarean have a greater lifetime risk of ...…
 
This is the fifth and final part of episode 2 at the Global Landscapes Forum in Bonn, Germany with John D. Liu. In this part we hear two conversations about the important but historically ignored voices from indigenous nations, including their long history of oppression by globalizing civilization, the distinct worldviews inherent in the global ...…
 
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