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Earth Ancients chronicles the growing (and often suppressed) evidence of known and unknown civilizations, their ruined cities, and artifacts developed from advanced science and technology. Erased from the pages of time, these cultures discovered and charted the heavens, developed earth-centric sciences and unleashed advancements that parallel and, in many cases, surpass our own. Join us and discover our lost history. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/earth- ...
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Learn more about planting native midwestern plants from Nebraska-based host Stephanie Barelman. If pollinator habitats, conservation, and nature-driven wonder are in your wheelhouse, this is the podcast for you. Come with us as we navigate how to make colorful spaces for humans and wildlife; and talk with experts, aspiring gardeners, and thinkers. You won't want to miss this excellent and helpful content.
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In support of growing milkweed plants I am sharing the value that native milkweed has for monarch butterflies. Your host, Brad Grimm, created a website dedicated to education about milkweed. Visit GrowMilkweedPlants.com Get started taking action to find and grow milkweed. I'll warn you in advance, you may fall in love with this plant. The podcast dedicated to all things milkweed. Topics include Asclepias, Monarch butterflies, milkweed, gardening and pollinators.
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Conservation Starters

Thurston Conservation District

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Conservation Starters is a podcast created by the Thurston Conservation District. This series is dedicated to empowering Thurston County residents to steward our shared natural resources. Through thoughtful conversations with TCD staff, community partners, and community members we explore a program or issue related to the work of the Conservation District and how our community can engage with us and our staff.
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A podcast exploring biology, ecology, and introduced and invasive species around the world. We are interested in super neat science about nature, and how humans interact with the nature, wildlife, and the rest of our environment. We take a serious approach to research, and a less serious approach to the delivery, so we can all have a bit more fun along the way. In loving memory of Nicholas McCarney.
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Growing from a friendship forged at the Cullowhee Native Plant Conference many moons ago, this rock star trio has brought podcasting to a whole new level. I'm not saying that's a high level, just a new level.
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Bees are intelligent, compassionate creatures responsible for 90% of the world’s food. They contribute to sustainable farming, biodiversity, environmental protection, and more. Listen in to learn about the wonderful world of native bees and how you can nurture the literal busy bees of Mother Nature.
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The Wandering Naturalist

Three Rivers Park District

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Explore the history and present of over 27,000 acres of park land inside Minnesota's Hennepin County and surrounding areas. Hosts Angela (wildlife biologist) and Brandon (interpretive naturalist) guide you through this suburban wilderness managed by the Three Rivers Park District.
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Garden Variety

Iowa Public Radio

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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.
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Bloomers in the Garden

Len Schroeder and Julio Zamora

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Bringing the Greater Philadelphia and South Jersey region practical advice in maintaining your gardens, landscapes and yards. Subscribe to the show to keep up with seasonal advice for your garden!
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River of Ideas

Mississippi Watershed Management Organization

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River of Ideas is a podcast about greener cities and cleaner water through science and urban planning. We cover topics like green infrastructure, water quality, landscape design, ecology, environmental policy, and environmental justice. You can find the video version of our podcast on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@mississippiwmo River of Ideas is produced by the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization, a Minneapolis-based joint-powers local government unit and one of ap ...
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Cultivating Place

Jennifer Jewell / Cultivating Place

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Gardens are more than collections of plants. Gardens and Gardeners are intersectional spaces and agents for positive change in our world. Cultivating Place: Conversations on Natural History and the Human Impulse to Garden is a weekly public radio program & podcast exploring what we mean when we garden. Through thoughtful conversations with growers, gardeners, naturalists, scientists, artists and thinkers, Cultivating Place illustrates the many ways in which gardens are integral to our natura ...
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The Evergreen Thumb

Erin Landon, WSU Extension Master Gardener Program

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Since 1973, WSU Extension Master Gardeners have been developing programs to address the evolving needs of our communities. Each episode, we'll delve into the fascinating world of gardening, exploring a wide range of topics tailored to our unique climate and diverse flora. Whether you're an experienced gardener with a green thumb or a beginner eager to cultivate your own green oasis, this podcast is here to inspire and educate. Join us as we invite expert horticulturists, seasoned Master Gard ...
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A monthly podcast where we help you get down and dirty in your garden, with timely gardening tips, information about native plants, and more! The Garden Thyme Podcast is brought to you by the University of Maryland Extension. https://extension.umd.edu/. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
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Into the Garden with Leslie is about gardening, mainly ornamental, and the point is to get people informed and possibly amused by the many aspects of digging in the dirt. We give you a Plant of the Week, an informative interview, and seasonal tips and tricks. Come listen along as Leslie tries to strike a balance between her growing interest in native plants and her love for luscious hostas and hydrangeas. We will discuss everything from design to compost, and lots of fun guests will fill in ...
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Plant Conservation

Oxford University

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The Botanic Garden at Oxford University is involved in conservation work of both native plant species and endangered plants from around the World. The Botanic Garden fully supports the work of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation which comprises of 16 targets with a deadline of 2020.
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JUST LEAD Podcast

Mark Quattrochi, Just Lead

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The JUST LEAD Podcast with Mark Quattrochi is all about challenging leaders to take action in every situation. Whether it's your life, family, or organization, the time is now! JUST LEAD. Mark Q is a Brooklyn native, baseball fanatic, & former music industry leader. Now, he's the Lead Pastor at theChapel in Tampa Bay, Florida.
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Planthropology

Vikram Baliga, PhD

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If you're on this planet, plants have a HUGE impact on your life. Whether you're a vegan, a carnivore, or somewhere in between, plants are the basis of the food you eat, the clothes your wear, and the air you breathe. We don't intend just to teach you plant facts (though we'll do plenty of that), but to give you some insight into the cool people who work with them. From the soil to the plate to the climate, dive into the anthropology of plants (get it?) and learn a little more about why you ...
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Your insider scoop on all things cool, green and wild in metropolitan South Australia. Do you want or have a career in South Australia’s environmental sector? Then this podcast is for you! We are your enviro-exclusive on the people, projects and news of metropolitan SA. The Green Adelaide Podcast is hosted by our Communications Manager, Melissa Martin. On each episode she'll interview a local enviro-expert. From leaders and ecologists to planners and marketers to understand their career jour ...
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Do you want to bring nature to your backyard, grow food, and help heal our living world? Join Daron Williams—restoration ecologist, permaculture enthusiast, and lifelong gardener—for concrete steps you can take at home to cultivate abundance for people, plants and wildlife. Tune in, grab a shovel, and make the living world around you come alive.
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Plant Out Loud

Kristin Donnelly

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How can I eat more plants? How do I learn more about herbalism? How do I incorporate native plants into my yard? What are the best houseplants? How do I get started gardening? Welcome to Plant Out Loud, a podcast for those who are plant-curious or already in a relationship with plants. Each week, host Kristin Donnelly shares gardening tips, plant-based eating insights, lessons in herbalism, and more during interviews with experts. So whether you’re a novice gardener, curious about herbs, or ...
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Permaculture, Regenerative Agriculture, Sustainability, Self-sufficiency. Conversations with inspiring humans. Leaders, makers, doers, entrepreneurs, and exceptional people who reinvent the standard, create community and envision new horizons for humanity's tomorrow today.
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Centering around the topics of botany, taxonomy, native flora, ecological and the evolutionary traits of plants, this podcast is designed to bring attention to and broaden the botanical knowledge of it's audience. While we can't know everything, with this podcast I hope to spark ideas and curiosity of the audience to dig deeper into botanical realms. Primarily focused on the native flora of North American, and in particular, New England, the majority of the topics and botanical species discu ...
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Your weekly half-hour program about environmentally informed gardening. Each week we bring you a different expert, a leading voice on gardening in partnership with Nature. Our goal is to make your landscape healthier, more beautiful, more sustainable, and more fun.
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Fins, Fur, and Feathers

Joe Gerken and Drew Ricketts

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Fins, Fur, and Feathers provides science-based solutions to real-world problems faced by producers, land managers, recreational landowners, and others who are dealing with wildlife or water-related problems or for those wanting to produce more fish and wildlife from their land.
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For The Love Of Trees

Otway Agroforestry Network

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A podcast from the Otway Agroforestry Network. We encourage farmers to plant trees for the reasons that matter to them. Trees on farms are important for livestock welfare and can improve the water quality in our creeks and streams. Agroforestry trees expand and connect wildlife habitats, capture and store carbon dioxide, reduce the need to harvest our public native forests and provide regional business and employment opportunities. OAN (Otway Agroforestry Network Ltd) is a grassroots Austral ...
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Life lessons and conversations from the garden. Whether you are a beginner or life long gardener, we all have something to learn from our gardens. Conversations include topics on edible gardens, flower gardens, permaculture, urban farming, pollinators, natural history, and much more!
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We go to all of the 250+ neighborhoods in Los Angeles and talk with the people. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tony-pierce/support
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The Ripple Effect

Fitzroy Basin Association

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Listen to the work taking place in the world of natural resource management. The Ripple Effect is Fitzroy Basin Association's exclusive podcast. In season 1, we take to the skies to see how helicopters are a part of pest control, travel to watery depths in Yeppoon to reassess marine debris and discover a native sanctuary hiding in amongst industry in Gladstone.
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Community-based folklorists explore foodways, music, ritual celebrations, and more. Each folklorist participated in Texas Folklife's Community Folklife Fellowship program where they received mentorship, training workshops, and project support. Learn more at TexasFolklife.org This project is funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.
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Botanical Creative

The Gardeners Notebook

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A weekly creative podcast with Bonnie-Marie and Ellie-Jane. These creative sisters love sharing their tips, tricks and all things creative with you each week.Bonnie-Marie is a qualified Horticulturist who has been working in the industry for over a decade and is always out in the garden, most likely rolling around in the dirt. Ellie-Jane is a mixed medium artist who specialises in Australian native flora. Her artwork has been featured in many art exhibitions, and she is sharing her secrets t ...
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Learning to Love Our Land

Doug Gilbert and Mike Meldon

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Brought to you by Gina Dubell-Smith's Designed2Sell Team eXp Realty. Hosted by Doug Gilbert (ecologist) and Mike Meldon (educator) of Love Our Land, Learning to Love Our Land encourages listeners to embark on a journey to reimagine the landscape around them, including in their own neighborhoods and yards. The science is clear, our planet is in the midst of a ‘biodiversity crisis’ that has and will continue to reshape the ecosystems we rely on to support our communities. Our ecosystems are si ...
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Woodland Walks - The Woodland Trust Podcast

Woodland Walks - The Woodland Trust Podcast

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Welcome to the Woodland Trust podcast, 'Woodland Walks'. We'll be exploring some of the greatest woods, forests and sites in the Woodland Trust estate. Join our host, Adam Shaw, as we discover the stories and characters that make each of our woods so very special. We’ll explore awe-inspiring ancient woodland and get lost together in the rich habitats that support our native wildlife. We'll meet the site managers and the magnificent volunteers who protect woods and plant trees. For wildlife. ...
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RDQI

Ryan & Dave

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If you're reading this, I'm surprised. Podcasts are about listening in and becoming a part of the conversation. Listen, even if your native language is English: court room legalese can be a foreign language, medical terminology will sound like it comes from a child's imagination and even basic financial instruments will seem as distant and indecipherable as the dark side of the moon. Rather than hoping everything works out, let's figure out how to navigate our world.
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Gardening and horticulture news and tips, as well as agricultural information from Amanda McNulty, the host of SCETV's "Making It Grow" and Clemson University Extension Agent. Produced by South Carolina Public Radio.Making It Grow Minutes are produced by South Carolina Public Radio, in partnership with Clemson University's Extension Service.
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Native Plant Horticulture in Nebraska Episode Introduction In today’s episode, Native Plant Horticulture in Nebraska, we chat with director of conservation at Lauritzen Gardens, Jim Locklear, about the decision-making behind choosing plants for botanic gardens, the crossroads between aesthetic spaces and conservation, and why the preservation of na…
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In this episode, Laura Villareal talks to folks from Central Texas Seed Savers, the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, and the Native Plant Society of Texas. Learn more about Texas native plants, the folk practice of seed saving, and how your gardening efforts can help protect the future in the face of climate crisis. Support the Show. Learn more…
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Boyd Hilton and Dreda Say Mitchell join Samira to review the 12 time Tony nominated Slave Play by Jeremy O. Harris which has just opened in London, having premiered, not without controversy, in New York in 2018.The film Fly me to the Moon starring Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum is a rom com set during the 1960s Space Race between the USA and…
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“Are Humans Parasites sowing our own hunger, or fruit, gifts from Earth to our future? Is the edge of our lives, civilization, and species a cliff to catastrophe or a bridge to transformation?” These are the words, questions, and motivations of poet and gardener, Frederick Livingston author of Trees are Bridges to the Sky a collection of essays and…
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Bloomers in the Garden • 7.13.24 • Teddy's Magnolia Question • Texter's Tomatillos Trouble • Caller Julia Peaches • The Dog Days of Summer • What’s Buggin' U?!? Cooly Spruce Aphid In our first segment a Listener called the Bloomers in the Garden Hotline and asked a follow up to our Southern Magnolia Segment from a couple weeks ago. He asked about t…
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For the first time ever, breaking (known commercially as break dancing) is going to be featured as a sport at the main Olympic Games when they are hosted in Paris this summer. But what exactly is breaking and where did it come from? Tom Sutcliffe speaks to DJ Renegade, one of the world’s top breaking judges who came up with the original judging sys…
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Dr. Joanne Ballard Joanne has a PhD in Geography from the University of Tennessee with specializations in Biogeography and Quaternary Environments, advised by Dr Sally Horn, palynologist. She has a M.S. in Geology from the University of Cincinnati, studying under glaciologist Dr. Thomas Lowell. She has also worked as an Archaeologist for the Tennes…
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In this enlightening episode, we dive deep into a transformative journey with Angell Deer, a wisdom keeper and spiritual guide. Discover how Angell transitioned from the corporate world to a life of deep connection and fulfillment by embracing ancient wisdom. Learn practical tips and profound insights that you can apply to your own life to find gre…
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Playwright Mike Bartlett and theatre director Robert Hastie on their new stage production of Chariots of Fire As preparations are made for a major redevelopment of the Pompidou Centre in Paris, Catherine Croft, Director of the 20th Century Society and Olivia Salazar-Winspear Culture Reporter for France 24 discuss the iconic building. BBC Russian se…
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In this episode of The Evergreen Thumb, we dive into the critical topic of identifying credible gardening advice. With so much information available online and offline, how do you discern which sources to trust? Join us as we explore the importance of credibility in gardening and share tips for evaluating resources. In this episode, I talk about: W…
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Laurie Anderson, the Grammy award-winning artist and musician whose career has spanned five decades, discusses her latest work. a song cycle based on the final flight of the aviation pioneer Amelia Earheart. And we hear her reflections on the unexpected chart success of of O Superman back in in 1981. While most of the incoming cabinet are already f…
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Welcome to a transformative episode of "Wisdom Talk of the Jaguar of the Deer," where Angell Deer and Marita One Who Catches Lightning embark on a mystical exploration titled "Earth (Working with the Elementals)." Dive into the profound connections between humans and the Earth elementals, unraveling the essential teachings that guide us to live in …
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About the author David Warner Mathisen explores the world's ancient myths, scriptures, and sacred stories and the evidence that they share a common foundation, based on a system of celestial metaphor that is very specific and almost certainly connected, probably descended from an extremely ancient culture predating even ancient Egypt, ancient Mesop…
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This week, the guys are talking all about lilacs. In Alaska, there is a short window when lilacs are in full bloom (about 6 weeks), so it’s important to care for them properly to keep them healthy year after year. Fun fact: Jeff’s grandfather hybridized a lilac! After the break, Jeff shares the battery-powered tools he uses for gardening: Small cha…
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Grand tours for the aristocracy in centuries gone by were filled with art and architecture to fulfil the senses. But what would such a tour look like today if only places created in the 20th and 21st centuries were on the itinerary? Richard Weller is a landscape architect who has pondered this question in his latest book, To the ends of the earth- …
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Author Abir Mukherjee and critic Sarah Crompton join Tom Sutcliffe for the review show. After opening 40 years ago, Starlight Express has been updated and opens in London in a specially designed auditorium. Rosarita by Anita Desai tells the story of Bonita, a young Indian woman who travels to Mexico to study and stumbles upon unknown evidence that …
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It’s the seedy time of summer. This week of the fourth of July we’re working from the premise that foundational to good citizenship is great stewardship of place (plants and people) and we are looking to the desert Southwest in conversation with Alexandra Zamecnik, Executive Director of Native Seed/SEARCH. For more than four decades, Native Seeds/S…
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July 4th, 2024 In this episode we Recap Pollinator Week June 17th-23rd Order Milkweed Across the USA!: POM POM Paradise! Your purchase supports the show and you can enjoy the milkweed from Spring thru Winter between the pages of the book. Shoutout to listener Mindy Frohlich and the staff at Millcreek Gardens! Member Questions from Grow Milkweed Pla…
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This week on The Allegheny Front, commercial fisheries in the Great Lakes hope to follow an example set in Iceland. It calls for using every part of the fish to increase the value of each one caught, while decreasing waste. And, central Pennsylvania is one of the best places for fly fishing, but there is a need to protect its prized streams from fa…
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The Irish giant of verse Paul Muldoon is this year’s Writer in Residence at Ledbury Poetry Festival. He discusses the importance of workshopping and his new collection Joy in Service on Rue Tagore. Filmmakers Sally El Hosaini and James Krishna Floyd discuss their new film, Unicorns, a love story in which drag queen Aysha and mechanic and single fat…
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Bloomers in the Garden • 7.6.24 • Eastern Tent Caterpillar • Watering Like a Pro • Hardy Hibiscus • Hydrangea Age Spots • Weekend Gardening Tasks This week in our "Garden Pest Series" is all about the often confused Eastern Tent Caterpillar. We'll tell you all about it. It's really been feeling like summer and we're going to give you summer waterin…
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An experiential journey into shamanism as a spiritual path and the teachings of plants, animals, and Nature • Explores the alphabet of Nature personified in animals and the spiritual lessons of animal medicines—animals personified in plants—including Turtle, Bear, Deer, Wolf, Alligator, and Horse Medicine teachings • Shares profound experiences fro…
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Send us a Text Message. If you have ever heard whale song before you are likely to agree that it is beautiful, and can be quite powerful. So what if we took these incredible singers (along with dolphins too!) and added our own music to it - all for a greater cause? In the search of helping people to practice mindfulness, improve mental health, and …
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Episode 69 is another full circle moment! In this episode, McCarter chats with Amy Andrle, co-founder of L'Eagle Service's thriving organic cannabis cultivation and dispensary in Denver. Together with her husband John, Amy embarked on this journey over a decade ago, prioritizing quality over quantity. Tune in as we discuss her nearly 14 years exper…
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We cannot be successful in leading our family, organization, or teams unless we first exercise SELF-DISCIPLINE. President Harry Truman said this, “In reading the lives of great men, I found that the first victory they won was over themselves, self-discipline with all of them came first.” Before we fight the battle in the world in and in the marketp…
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John Moriarty, Senior Wildlife Manager at Three Rivers Park District, returns to talk about how you prepare to reintroduced a rare or endangered butterfly. From planting thousands of host plants to working with Federal Agencies, wander with us as we see what goes into restoring what's been lost.By Three Rivers Park District
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Land management or stewardship is a complex task, especially when you are managing nature on an Army Base. Jessup Weichelt, Land Manager at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin joins us to talk about managing habitat for rare and endangered butterflies, and what makes Army Bases so uniquely suited to this.By Three Rivers Park District
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The hit series The Bear is back for a third series. Samira talks to Ebon Moss Bachrach, who plays Richie. His cousin Carmen has been trying to transform their family-run restaurant from a cheap and cheerful operation into The Bear - a serious dining experience. Series 2 ended with a successful but highly stressful first night with Richie as the mai…
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Join Angell Deer as he interviews Alicia Rodriguez in "The Shaman's Wife, A Mystical Journey of Surrender & Self-Discovery." Dive deep into Alicia's transformative journey and spiritual awakening, guided by the mystical teachings of her shamanic partner. Explore themes of resilience, self-discovery, and the mystical path of surrender. Main Topics E…
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The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks is reintroducing Alligator Snapping Turtles into Kansas. Join us as we discuss why these turtles need introduced, whether you should be concerned about turtles eating fish in your pond, and the many other roles that all turtles play in maintaining a healthy aquatic ecosystem. Dr. Joe Gerken and Dr. Drew R…
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From the temperate regions of Tasmania to the tropical landscapes of Queensland, every corner of Australia offers unique challenges and opportunities for our vital native bees. Today we’re speaking with Dr. Kit Prendergast about the intricate world of Australian bees and their specialized relationships with native flora. What's on your buzzy mind? …
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Lynda la Plante discusses her final Jane Tennison novel, Whole Life Sentence and discusses the enduring legacy of Prime Suspect. Lea Ypi remembers the late Albanian writer and poet Ishmail Kadare, author of The General of the Dead Army and The Palace of Dreams. How is AI impacting music copyright? Hayleigh Bosher of Brunel University London, Reader…
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On this month's episode of Conservation Starters we sit down with Thurston Conservation District's Stewardship Forester, Alex Chacon to discuss how TCD is now offering more support for forest landowners in our community. We dive into what "healthy forests" can look like and we discuss the importance of planning for your forest land. We also explore…
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Join Angell Deer and Marita One Who Catches Lightning in this captivating episode of "Wisdom Talk of the Jaguar of the Deer" as they delve into the profound and sacred practice of foraging. Titled "Sacred Foraging, Sacred Relationship with Plants," this talk explores the deep connection humans can cultivate with the plant kingdom. Main Topics Explo…
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I'm Luke Caverns. With a degree in Anthropology, I have taken to Education-entertainment to continue my studies of Early Civilization. My interests in antiquity first began in 2004 with the Trojan War - I was seven years old. As time went on, my interests in Classical History grew until I moved on from studying Greco-Roman history, to studying Egyp…
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In our first segment we're talking herbs for the BBQ. Plant up a pot or window box with these herbs and you'll be using them all summer. Southern Magnolias are a beautiful versatile evergreen trees! In our second segment we're going to give you what you need to know before planting one of these gems. In our third segment we're going to discuss Back…
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The National Transportation Safety Board approved its investigative findings into last year’s train derailment in East Palestine. It issued recommendations on rail safety and emergency response, criticizing Norfolk Southern for keeping critical information away from responders. Former workers at an oil refinery in Philadelphia remember the fire and…
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Jonathan reveals his fondness for chickweed, while Jeff expresses his dislike for this rapidly growing weed. However, they both agree on chickweed's resilient nature and its ability to spread. Digging a bit deeper, Jeff introduces the plant's alternative names, such as mouse ears, starflower and satin weed. Some fascinating aspects of chickweed inc…
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