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The industry’s only podcast focused on all things tree and landscape. Joe Aiken & Korey Lofy combine over 60 years of industry knowledge and experience and will discuss some of the trends, concerns, and opportunities in the fields of forestry and arboriculture. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/discoveringforestry/support
 
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Urban Forestry Radio

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Urban Forestry Radio

Susan Poizner, OrchardPeople.com

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Susan Poizner of the fruit tree education website OrchardPeople.com interviews experts from around the world about fruit trees, food forests, permaculture and arboriculture. Urban Forestry Radio is the winner of the 2021 GardenComm Silver Award of Achievement for Broadcast Media: Radio Program Overall.
 
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. ...
 
Grow your wedding film business! In-depth actionable conversations with the best wedding filmmakers in the world. Finally, get the tools you need to create a profitable and life-giving business. ⚡️Hosted by: David Reynosa of Forestry Films 👉🏻 Grab free wedding filmmaking resources: www.theactof.co 🔥 Get inspired by the best wedding filmmakers in the world on IG: @theactof
 
The CoolTribe Podcast is powered by Cloudforests, a Climate Action company whose mission is to create 100 forests along Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way. Our CoolTribe Community is a community of people who are passionate about the climate and have a shared mission to work towards making planet earth cool. This podcast is a forum for educating ourselves, our community & the general public on a wide range of topics from climate change & corporate governance, to biodiversity & forestry, all of whic ...
 
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Farming Together

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Regenerative Agriculture Alliance

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Farming Together, brought to you by Southern Cross University. A conversation between host Farming Together Program manager Amanda Scott and the farmer, fisher and forestry groups which were supported by the University’s program. You will hear how groups worked collaboratively to build stronger, more resilient farming communities in the face of increasingly complex environmental, economic and social challenges.
 
”TSWCS is a Bi-Monthly podcast about deep south wild camping and how it differs from both east and west coast wild camping. Host Scott and Co-Host Fernando chat on various subjetcs pertaining to all aspects of wild camping in the south. With professional proficinecies in Forestry, Geospatial Sciences, Hunting & Woodsmanship, these two craft an inviting casual conversation as if you are listening to two old friends conversing around the campfire! YouTube: @campterra, Instagram: @campterra1 We ...
 
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The Sage Magazine Podcast

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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.
 
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Tree Radicals

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The Woodland Presents

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If you want to expand your knowledge about trees and forests whilst exploring ways to help them, this is the podcast for you. We talk radical ideas with guests from diverse backgrounds, delving deep into the policy, ecology, economics, attitudes and perceptions that underpin the current state of affairs, and explore meaningful interventions. This podcast is part of the Tree Radicals inquiry brought to you by The Woodland Presents CIC and Timber Strategies. https://thewoodland.co/tree-radicals/
 
The Crownsmen Podcast highlights the huge benefit that Mining, Energy, Construction, Forestry, and Transportation have on the economy. Watch on YouTube https://youtube.com/crownsmenpartners We highlight these industries by interviewing guests from First Nations Entrepreneurs, business owners, and top level executives from leading companies who all feel the effects from new projects that are approved or shut down. Join us as we promote industry and combat anti-business policies.
 
In-between the mounds is a podcast about tree planters in Britain and British Establishment and Maintenance Contractors. Planters in the UK are a remarkably diverse group of people. Coming together to fulfil the planting requirements of the British Forestry Industry. In this podcast we will hear some of their stories and experiences.
 
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 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.
 
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YourForest

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Matthew Kristoff

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This podcast exists to challenge our ideas of sustainability. Why do we do the things that we do? And how can we make sure that what we are doing is right? This show is an exercise in developing new perspective and context around land management in order to help us make the best decisions possible.
 
Welcome to the Drooling Moose Podcast where we talk about everything homesteading, off-grid living, self-reliance and self-sufficiency. Follow our family of five on our off-grid homesteading adventure and learn how we are building our off-grid homestead in the north woods of Maine and building our own self-reliance and self-sufficiency. Learn about gardening, cooking, canning, raising livestock, forestry, building, off-grid power and much much more. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr ...
 
Lasher Tools is a South African hand tool manufacturing company and the largest one in Southern Africa, with an established global footprint. Being over 90 years old –we offer a range of over 1200 tools, serving 6 industries (Mining, Forestry, Gardening, Agriculture, DIY & Construction). Join our conversation where we will cover our history and what we have done to become the market leader in the tool manufacturing and supply industry, and how we have stuck to our commitment to quality throu ...
 
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
 
As the climate crisis deepens, we are becoming more aware of just how badly we have failed to respect our most precious asset: nature. We depend entirely on it for our food, our air, our water and our shelter, and yet, we have been neglecting and exploiting nature for decades, even centuries. Nature-based solutions (NbS) promise to redress the balance by restoring habitats and ecosystems. In doing so, we can tackle the biodiversity crisis, meet our climate targets, adapt to flood and drought ...
 
as basswald, john eckhardt scans the cosmos for ever new patterns in time, space & bass with a special taste for sound system culture. drawing from a vast horizon and collection of varied bass music, a basswald selection is always deep and trancy, full of haptic bass pleasures and good for surprises.
 
Whether you're a master gardener, just getting started or somewhere in between - there's always something new to learn in your garden and landscape. On each episode we'll talk with horticulturists, foresters and other experts. We'll learn about vegetable gardens, lawns, native plants, trees and more. Garden Variety is the podcast for all the things you'd like to grow or grow better. Garden Variety is a horticulture podcast from Iowa Public Radio and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.
 
A digital campfire where the host and guests discuss topics of the day, conservation efforts, tips and techniques to better your experiences afield, and share our member's stories. Turkey Call All Access is the Official Podcast of the Nation Wild Turkey Federation. Hosted by, NWTF's Fred Bird // Engineered by, NWTF's Gilbert Randolph
 
Amaly Legacy is a podcast that offers perspectives at the nexus of philanthropy, impact investments, and social and environmental innovation. We offer insights on unlocking funds across donations, grants, debt, equity and innovative finance.
 
We promote the latest advancements in the field of science Agricultural Sciences, Biological Sciences, Forestry,Environmental Sciences, Veterinary Sciences, Medical Science, and Engineering. We ventured into supply of books to the nationalised libraries and publishing in 1976. Presently, we are associated with more than 1000 bookstores, and 5000 authors all over India and abroad. Books: - Journals for Research Scholars, Journals for Institutions, Journals for Libraries, Books for Institution ...
 
The Refrain: Getting in Sync with the World explores human entanglement with the other-than-human world around us. Through voice and sound we investigate our interconnectedness with the world around us and our collaboration with the other-than-human. Each episode will explore one or more approaches, including philosophies such as assemblage theory, Object Oriented Ontology, post humanism, anthropology beyond the human, neuroscience, traditional cultures, resurgent cultures, new forestry, bio ...
 
The Habitat Podcast is a podcast for land and wildlife habitat managers, and for hunters who learn and utilize different types of habitat in their hunting strategy. We interview hunters and habitat managers from across the country, picking their brain to learn their success's and failures. We are different in the fact that we are not the experts. This podcast is for us and the listeners to learn a thing or two, from the experts we analyze.
 
A week is a long time in farming, not just in politics, but you can keep up-to-date with all the latest news and stories from Irish agriculture with Agriland's latest podcast, The Farming Week. With new episodes every Friday, join Megan O'Brien and Aisling O'Brien along with other Agriland journalists with their top stories from The Farming Week.
 
This is Green Planet Blue Planet Podcast! Interviews on all things Regeneration. Subscribe to be part of conversations about our Oceans, Indigenous Wisdom, Regenerative Agriculture, Personal Development and emerging Technology. We believe empowered individuals bring about systemic change, building a better and healthier world is the task of a lifetime and the guests of Green Planet Blue Planet Podcast are already doing it. Tune in to learn, listen and empower yourself! Support this podcast: ...
 
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The dental deserts in the UK's rural and coastal towns. Recent research showed that 90% of NHS dental practices in England were not accepting new adult patients. The All Party Parliamentary Health and Social Care committee is now investigating this struggle people are having finding a dentist.The Government is to spend £700,000 training people in f…
 
Today back on the Podcast is Beau one of the co-founders of Kijani Forestry in Uganda! Their mission: Plant 150 million trees by 2025 to break the cycle of poverty for millions. Changing rainfall patterns are devastating the lives of African farmers. Even worse, to survive droughts, farmers often turn to deforestation to feed their families. Kijani…
 
Last week, we brought you a story about proposed wood harvesting in an area south of Gander Lake. The two areas where the provincial forestry department wanted to allow cutting are within the boundaries of the Rodney Pond proposed ecological reserve. The Wilderness and Ecological Reserves Advisory Council (WERAC) identified the area in 2020 as dese…
 
1News broke the news last night that there may be a breakthrough in the management of forestry on the East Coast. Four cabinet ministers attended the meeting; Ministers Stuart Nash, David O'Connor, Kiritapu Allan and Meka Whaitiri. There was also Federated farmers, the forestry owners, Gisborne District Council, local mayor and Mana Whenua present.…
 
B9? EMLA107? What's the difference between the many different types of rootstocks used for apple trees. And which is the best for you? In this episode, John Strang, Retired Extension Fruit and Vegetable Specialist from the University of Kentucky, will chat with us about apple rootstocks. If you listen to the show live, you can enter this month's co…
 
Andrew Swafford is a county commissioner in Bledsoe County, Tennessee and at the time of this writing he is 25 years old. Andrew is also the owner of three chicken houses, a 749 acre plot of timber, a forestry business called Four Aims Forestry and a graduate student at the University Of Georgia. He clearly is a high achiever, and this is something…
 
Catch up on the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture with Megan O’Brien and Aisling O’Brien, including: - Key points from the IFA AGM included discussions on the dairy reduction scheme, genotyping, and the crisis in the sheep sector: https://www.agriland.ie/farming-news/eligibility-of-sheep-sector-for-brexit-fund-supports-to-be-explored…
 
Joe and Korey sit down with SavATree’s Senior Consulting Arborist Kay Sicheneder and discuss the financial value of our urban trees. We take a deep dive into some of the variables and considerations involved in determining a tree’s financial value. Guest: Kay Sicheneder - Senior Consulting Arborist, SavATree, Michigan, USA Learn more about American…
 
Premier David Eby finishes a week-long focus on forestry and natural resources, but what did he say and how did it land? Plus, there's a new special advisor for healthcare in the premier's office, Dr. Penny Ballem, how will that change the dynamic of decision-making? Plus, a discussion about criticism surrounding a health colleges bill, and a healt…
 
For Information Like Degrees Offered, Annual Costs, Etc., Please Click The Banner Below: Today's episode is the very first of a series of episodes we will be producing to profile agricultural trade schools, junior colleges, colleges and universities around the U.S. This episode is an effort to replicate the conversation that prospective students, p…
 
Tip Of The Week Consider new signage to deter theft Rural Crime In The U.S. https://www.wcia.com/news/teen-arrested-after-driving-stolen-tractor-through-champaign/ https://www.myplainview.com/news/article/chickens-killed-in-fire-at-connecticut-egg-farm-17749860.php Across The Pond, Down Under And Up Above https://www.fwi.co.uk/news/crime/trial-find…
 
The Government published its new "Environmental Improvement Plan" this week, promising to halt decline in nature by 2030 - and outlining how it plans to deliver the Environment Act, with specific targets and deadlines. It includes: targets to tackle pollution from water companies and farmers and improve water quality; restoring a million acres of w…
 
Premier David Eby visits the prime minister in Ottawa but doesn't emerge with any concrete promises, but does it matter? Another record year of overdose deaths prompts calls for change and political posturing from parties. Plus, a look ahead to Eby's first throne speech and the return of the legislature. Host Rob Shaw is joined by Jeff Ferrier and …
 
Catch up on the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture with Megan O’Brien and Aisling O’Brien, including: - Salmonella – confirmed in eight broiler flocks around Ireland https://www.agriland.ie/farming-news/dafm-salmonella-confirmed-in-8-poultry-flocks/ - Burning Bushes - the exemption for the controlled burning of green waste generated i…
 
Kate Ziehm is the president and owner of Morning Ag Clips and has an incredible story of agricultural entrepreneurship. There are many ways and motivations that form people into entrepreneurs, Kate's was lifestyle. Many times people choose entrepreneurship for lifestyle purposes thinking it is going to bring them passive income and the famous "four…
 
On Thursday's show, we heard from Bonavista Mayor John Norman. He said the town council is so concerned about the lack of physicians for their health centre, they're hoping to offer incentives to attract and retain doctors. Those include signing bonuses, and deals on prime building lots for a single dollar. Tom Osborne is the province's minister of…
 
Terry Fox's courage on his 1980 Marathon of Hope inspired the entire country. Now, a paralympian and captain of Canada's national sledge hockey team is using that inspiration to perform his own marathon of sorts. Tyler McGregor was scheduled to be in Deer Lake today, to circle the outdoor rink a total of 42 kilometres and continue his Skate Sledge …
 
Protesters have been blocking access to a test site near Mainland on the Port au Port Peninsula for weeks now. The site is being developed by World Energy GH2 for a massive wind-hydrogen project. Last week, people opposing the project accused the company of creating problems with their supplemental water supply. World Energy GH2 says protesters hav…
 
You may have had a hard time finding free lanes in community pools across the province today, thanks to Swim for Hope 2023. It's a relay, aimed at raising money for cancer research. Jill Hartle is the co-chair on the Gander Lakers Swim for Hope Committee, and Sydney Hartle is a member of the team.
 
Now Stuart Nash is back as Minister for police, the first thing he wants to do is see the removal of ciggies from dairies as he thinks that's the answer to preventing ram raids. Steps have already been taken to get cigarettes out of corner shops, not because of the ram raids, but because of the health effects and the Smokefree Aotearoa policy. We h…
 
BITESIZE: Barry Attridge proves you can get involved in Rallying at any age! Barry Attridge stuck up an ad on Done Deal in 2022 and subsequently ended up doing a clatter of rallies for the year! He's back in Galway this weekend and we caught up with him to learn of this great story! ★ Support this podcast ★…
 
On tomorrow's ag business episode we are speaking with a very enterprising agricultural entrepreneur from New York State. The crux of her story is that through entrepreneurship and a set of skills that she already had, she found her place in agriculture. Today, she is making major contributions to our industry and keeping us all informed. This made…
 
Apple and pear growing in the UK is on a knife-edge, according to a survey of apple and pear growers by the British Growers Association. More than a third of orders for new trees have been scrapped by farmers who say the sums just don’t add up. They say costs have risen by around 23% compared to an increase in the price they’re paid by supermarkets…
 
February 1st to 7th is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, dedicated to fostering a better understanding of what eating disorders are and the impact they have. This year's theme is “Transforming the Narrative from Asks to Action.” In this province, the Eating Disorder Foundation has several events planned to spread the word. Paul Thomey is th…
 
For the past few years, many organizations and institutions have been trying to do better when it comes to diversity and inclusion. Government agencies, universities, even the CBC are doing meaningful work to try to bring about change. This September, the University of King's College in Halifax will offer free tuition for up to three Mi'kmaw studen…
 
For years, Bonavista has been the poster child for rural community success. The town - led by Mayor John Norman - has converted old buildings into new homes and businesses. New entrepreneurs and families have moved in, and tourists have flocked to the community. But now, the lack of health care services - as shown in the case of an emergency room t…
 
A new podcast on politics and news in this province is rolling out soon- thanks to freelance journalist Justin Brake. He faced charges for his coverage of Indigenous-led protests at the Muskrat Falls site back in 2016, charges which were dismissed after an almost four-year court battle. Now, Brake is launching his new podcast - "berrygrounds." with…
 
The first of stats are in regarding mortgage holders' ability to deal with the new and increased mortgage interest rates, and so far so good. Those with homes and mortgages collectively paid $3.5 billion of interest to banks in the December quarter, 53 percent more than just over a year earlier when interest rates were the lowest on record. Record …
 
The Student Volunteer Army has organised a Big Clean-Up of flood-damaged areas around the Auckland region for this weekend. Spokesperson Robbie Nicol joined Kerre Woodham to discuss the plans. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Newstalk ZB
 
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