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Whitetail Landscapes focuses on enhancing whitetail deer hunting properties through design and management efforts. Jon Teater owns and operates Whitetail Landscapes and has established clients throughout the United States. Jon’s experience combined with reoccurring podcast guests will provide opportunities for those around the country to learn how to improve their hunting property.
 
The IN SITU Podcast is a series of conversations bringing together the IN SITU community to discuss the realities, trends and challenges of art in public space at the European scale. The IN SITU podcast carries the voices of the IN SITU's project : (UN)COMMON SPACES, gathering 19 partners from 13 countries, 16 associate artists ad various associate citizens from 2020 to 2024. Each episode will gather associate artists, partners and associate citizens to tackle one of the 6 Narratives’ themes ...
 
nst.pod: A podcast for theatre and performing arts. This is a podcast for the Norwegian Quarterly theatre magazine Norsk Shakespearetidsskrift and the web site www.shakespearetidsskrift.no. Some series are in English, some in Norwegian. We podcast conversations with artistis and others. // nst.pod: Podkast for teater og scenekunst. Dette er en podcast for Norsk Shakespearetidsskrift, og nettstedet www.shakespearetidsskrift.no Noen av seriene er på engelsk, andre på norsk. Vi podcaster samtal ...
 
A Boundless Theatre podcast production. Be ready. Be listening. And do not be afraid. This is Radio Elusia. What happens when all communication is sanctioned and you can never be sure who is listening? An original scripted thriller about transmission, revolution and pirate radio from producers Boundless Theatre. With an immersive sound design and original music by FATHER, the audience is asked to be ready, be listening and do not be afraid. This is Radio Elusia. Set in the sprawling fictiona ...
 
In a world where it's too dangerous to go outside, a starry-eyed teen cellist risks leaving her apartment to win the love of the rebel punk next door. A twisted musical with a good, pure heart.Starring Annie Golden, Rebecca Naomi Jones, Marc Kudisch, Sarah Stiles, Taylor Trensch, Tony VincentBook by Jason Schafer, Music by Arthur Lafrentz Bacon, Lyrics by Harris DoranBased on a story by Jason Schafer, suggested by Oscar Wilde’s fairytale “The Nightingale and the Rose”Directed and Edited by H ...
 
The great state of Ohio is home to some of the best outdoor experiences anywhere in the country. This podcast is your source for everything hunting, fishing, hiking and outdoor related. Paul, and Andrew will take you through the seasons of your average Ohio outdoorsmen, while bringing in the real experts to dive deep into your favorite outdoor topics. Finding time in today’s world to enjoy the outdoors can be challenging, let the guys guide you through all things Ohio Outdoors.
 
Avkledd av Jakob er en serie om identitet i Tønsbergs Blad. Serien lages av Jakob Semb Aasmundsen og Bjørnar Bekkevard. Hver uke gjennom sommeren 2016 kommer det to nye avsnitt både i papiravisa og på nett. Dette er seriens podcast. Her vil det komme podcaster med spennende innhold til hver episode. I podcasten forteller vi om hvordan vi jobber og hvem vi møter. Vi inviterer deg inn i prosessen og gir deg historiene vi ikke fikk plass til i avisa. Premiere 6. juli! Du finner oss i iTunes og ...
 
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This week is a special week to folks from Ohio and the state up North. Each year the football teams come together for an epic battle on the gridiron. We know this isn’t a football show, but when we have the opportunity to bring a couple Buckeye legends on the show to discuss outdoor activities, as well as a game between two undefeated giants, you j…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Bill Thompson (Spartan Forge) discuss when to hunt and predictive modeling. Bill upsets the idea that weather is everything when it comes to deer movement. Bill's business and application, Spartan Forge, utilizes Global Position Data (GPS) to analyze deer movement and related trends. Bill expla…
 
IN SITU Podcast, a three-way conversation between: > the associate artist Benoît Mousserion from Compagnie L'Homme Debout, Associate artist of Atelier 231 (FR) > the partner Linda di Pietro, Chief Cultural Officer at BASE Milano and CEO of Indisciplinarte (IT) > the associate citizen of PLACCC Festival, Àdàm Kobrizsa (HU) Credits Production and hos…
 
Ladies and Gentlemen, if you are looking for cutting edge wildlife research, or up to date rut tactics… this isn’t your show. If you are looking for something to take your mind off of scrapes, rubs, chasing, lock down, etc… you are in for a treat. The guys start the show off from deer camp up on Drummond Island in the state up north. Joined by Glen…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Jake Ehlinger (Habitat Solutions 360) discuss Jake's hunting season. Jake breaks down how he hunts and manages his property. Jake and Jon discuss trail camera data and the use of cellular cameras versus non-cellular cameras, and trail camera placement. Jake explains his hunting season, frequenc…
 
This week the guys sit down and talk about white-tailed deer basics with Clint Mccoy of ODW. Clint is a deer biologist for the state, and covers what exactly is happening with the Ohio heard in the month of November. Know thy Enemy right? Okay, the deer aren’t the enemy, but they are the target. Paul and Andrew are doing what they do best in the wo…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes), discusses what is occurring this time of year with his business. Jon explains his personal hunting situation, and examples of how he is going after target deer. Jon explains how he is breaking down individual deer and what he is considering at the time he goes after them. Jon discusses hunting pri…
 
Credits Production and hosting: Jeanne Robet Graphic studio : Studio Muro Recording (episodes 1-2-3): Jonah Senouillet A project led by Fériel Rahli and Benjamin Lengagne, Lieux publics. The IN SITU podcast is an action of the IN SITU the European platform for artistic creation in public space, in the frame of the project (UN)COMMON SPACES, cofunde…
 
This week the guys got the chance to pick the mind of there great Derek Towles. Derek is a friend of the show, from down in Kentucky. Let’s put it this way, Derek is like a mix of Superman, Santa Clause, and Daniel Boone. He saves the day as a first responder as his career, ships packages from the GoWild warehouse for fun, and spends all the rest o…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes), Steve Sherk (Sherk’s Guide Service) discusses hunting tactics and advanced strategies. Steve discusses his tactics leading into the rut and how to handle the October lull. Steve and Jon discuss trends this October and key movement days noted throughout the month so far. Steve and Jon explain the f…
 
This week the guys sit down with Jon Teater of the Whitetail Landscapes Podcast on the Sportsmen’s Empire Network. Jon is an experienced veteran of the white-tailed deer woods and specializes in habitat management. Jon’s based out of New York and often big woods situations, but he also spends a lot of his time in the midwest working with smaller pr…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes), Steve Sherk (Sherk’s Guide Service) and Lee Ellis (Seek One) discuss hunting tactics and advanced strategies. Lee explains how he breaks down deer using hunting apps. Lee explains exploratory periods, and how difficult finding and patterning deer during the fall transition period. Lee explains how…
 
This week the guys sit down with the one and only Tony Peterson. Tony is one of the most down to earth guys you will ever meet, and he’s gracious enough to spend another session with Andrew and Paul. The conversation covers everything from white-tailed deer in the rut, swirlies, space, and patience. The conversation is a good one and sure to make t…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Perry Battin (Drury Outdoors) discuss a recent harvest and how the layout of the property led to success. Perry explains how he broke down an unknown big buck that was a recent addition to one of the Drury Farms. Perry discusses hunting small farms and how to build bullet proof access, even pas…
 
For many of us, being a butcher is not our full time job. We might break down an animal 1,2,3 times during the year if we are lucky. Each year we find ourselves making the decision of taking the animal to a processor or doing it in the garage ourselves. This week the guys have the honor of talking with Nick Otto, the Huntavore, and discussing how t…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes), Steve Sherk (Sherk’s Guide Service) and Andy May (MeatEater) discuss hunting tactics and advanced strategies. Andy explains his background and how he has advanced his hunting to the next level. Andy has been a successful hunter and hunted highly pressured deer and deer in low pressure states. Andy…
 
If you listened to last week’s show, you know that knowing where the arrow hit the deer is important. This week Andrew sits down with Brett Morris of Blue River Bowhunting to discuss filming your hunts. Andrew’s always been to concerned with hauling more gear into the woods and really wanted to figure out how hard it could be to film a hunt. Brett …
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes), Steve Sherk (Sherk’s Guide Service) and Johnny Stewart discuss hunting tactics and advanced strategies. Johnny explains where to start when breaking down a hunting property. Steve and Johnny discuss the number one factor when evaluating a good versus bad hunting property. Johnny identifies the top…
 
This week Paul and Andrew take time to recap their opening weekend adventures. Paul spent some time with his son on public land. Paul had his first official hunt in the saddle, figured out some of the intricacies of the mobile hunter. No deer down for Paul, but he’s headed in the right direction. Andrew’s weekend started off slow, but really picked…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Steve Sherk (Sherk’s Guide Service) discuss hunting plans and setups for early season. Steve dives into his process and plans for the next several weeks before clients arrive. Jon explains his plans and when he anticipates having a shot at one of his target deer. Jon explains fawn recruitment o…
 
This week on the Ohio Outdoors podcast, the guys get the chance to sit down with Josh Hillyard of First Lite. It’s not surprise to many of you, that both Paul and Andrew are huge fans of the clothing that First Lite has to offer. Josh gives the background about the company as initially a clothing company for western hunters, and how it has evolved …
 
In this podcast Rocky Burrus (SA Farms Management Service), Perry Battin (Drury Outdoors) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes), discuss big bucks, trail cameras and hunting strategy. Rocky details his big buck killed in August in Tennessee. Rocky breaks down the layout and how he puts the hunt together on the mature deer. Perry explains food plot …
 
This week the guys had the privilege to talk with Janis Putelis, of MeatEater. Many of you know Janis for his adventures with Steve Rinella and his clever remarks, but it didn’t start at the top. This discussion is more about how Janis got to where he is now. Janis discusses his younger days of working on ranches in Colorado, to time in Alaska, Uta…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Mark Haslam (Southeast Whitetail) discuss how to harvest a big buck early season. Mark’s expertise and management strategy to improve loblolly or longleaf pine stands and approach to hunting big bucks has proven that early season hunting success can be achieved. Mark explains his early season t…
 
BONUS EPISODE: Not the kind of bonus episode we like to supply you with, but we took a few minutes to talk with Mike Tonkavich from ODNR about the current EHD break out in Ohio. Mike has had experience with this in the past, and gives us a run down of what to look for, how to report issues, and what to expect for the upcoming weeks. Pray for an ear…
 
We are officially into the 2022-2023 hunting season! Last week we welcomed some small game seasons, doves, and some early waterfowl. This upcoming weekend is the opening of archery deer in the Disease surveillance areas of Hardin, Marion, and Wyandot counties. Paul was able to get out and knock down a couple doves this past week, but had little luc…
 
In this podcast Travis Harmon (Creative Habitat) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discuss the importance of ecological diversity through considering pollinator plantings. Travis explains ideal locations to emplace wildflowers on the landscape. Travis details the observation and activities that occur around these locations and how attractive pl…
 
When you think outdoors/deer hunting podcasts, a couple of the OG’s, Mark Kenyon and Dan Johnson, sat down with the guys to talk deer hunting. The conversation starts with a little history lesson in the Wired to Hunt legacy, with Dallas and a young Mark. Paul and Andrew then take to the escouting world, and attempt to run down a location with Mark …
 
In this podcast Todd Shippee (Empire Land Management) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discuss the significance of water, waterholes, drought and how to establish better tactics around deer hunting. Todd dives into the world of waterholes and Jon details the habitat side of water. Todd explains how to handle drought in your area and strategies…
 
The guys were able to take some time to “hang out” with Adrian Wilson from Tethrd. Adrian works within the marketing and sales side of things over at Tethrd. He’s a long time hunter, and genuine good dude. He covers his love of white tails, the basics of saddle hunting, and what to expect in the future. The boys were on the road this week, up in Wa…
 
In Part 2 of the logging conversation Josh Streichert (JWS Logging) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discuss the process and issues they experience on the job sites. Jon explains the building blocks to a successful environment, and how-to bring changes to your hunting property in a larger way. Josh explains the payment process and gets into us…
 
This week the guys are honored to have Mr. Doug Duren on the show. Doug is an experienced land manager from Wisconsin. Doug’s been in the heart of the CWD outbreak in Wisconsin, but has also dedicated a large amount of his time to help teach others about land management. Being a good Midwestern guy, many of Doug’s messages hit home here in Ohio. Pa…
 
In this podcast Josh Streichert (JWS Logging) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discuss the importance of logging on the landscape. Josh explains how he sets the bar high when it comes to his clients and how the changes on the landscape can improve deer habitat, hunting, and other woodlot considerations. Josh breaks down the key considerations …
 
This week on the Ohio Outdoors Podcast, the guys cover a plethora of topics. To start the show off Paul and Andrew discuss the recent lottery hunt drawings. Paul’s streak of good luck continues as he pulls not 1, not 2, but 3 lottery hunts!!! Andrew, not so lucky this time. Such is life. Paul’s getting his new bow (also won in a raffle) ready to ro…
 
In this podcast Rocky Burrus (SA Farms Management Service) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes), discuss the importance of understanding some basic and more complex topics related to deer biology and how this relates to setting up a hunting property. Rocky discusses when deer feed, how to encourage daylight movement and focused feeding times. Rock…
 
The final episode with Dr. Ashby discusses factors 7-12 from his arrow penetration research. The final show will also have some insight from our friend Troy Fowler, the Ranch Fairy. Troy joins the end of the show to give some of his insight as well and discuss the future direction of the Ashby bowhunting Foundation. We hope you found this trilogy i…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Jake Ehlinger (Habitat Solutions 360) discuss the matching hunting strategy and habitat. Jake discusses some of his latest techniques to reduce browse pressure on food plots. Jake discusses deer numbers across the country and on his own personal property and how he manages this issue. Jake deta…
 
This week on the Ohio Outdoors podcast, the guys continue their discussion with Dr. Ed Ashby. Dr. Ashby begins discussing his 12 factors for arrow penetration. The science in this episode is over the hosts heads, but hopefully you can learn a thing or two. A lot of the information presented is common knowledge, but Dr. Ashby puts it all into one li…
 
In this podcast Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Ryan Audet (Client) discuss the journey of owning and transforming a hunting property. Ryan is a recent client located in Vermont that has gone through the consulting and implementation process with Jon, and his journey and know-how has allowed him to transform multiple properties he manages. Jo…
 
This week on the Ohio Outdoors podcast, the guys start the first of their series with Dr. Ed Ashby of the Ashby Bowhunting foundation. Dr. Ashby has spent nearly 30 years researching arrow flight, penetration, and overall physics of what works best in a hunting arrow. From Antelope to Hippos, he’s spent time testing arrow weight, broadhead design, …
 
In this podcast Kenny Kane (Generations Forestry) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discuss the importance of biodiversity on the landscape. Kenny provides examples of how to manage a forest stand to develop a diverse set of tree species to promote interest by deer and other mammals. Kenny explains various cutting techniques that will help supp…
 
This week the guys are joined by a few of the brightest whitetail deer experts in the state of Ohio. Mike Tonkovich, Bob Ford, and Clint Mccoy discuss the state of the deer herd in Ohio, especially focusing in on Killdeer Plains Wildlife area. The guys have a great discussion of everything from how deer herds are counted to what needs to happen to …
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Perry Battin (Drury Outdoors) discuss a day in the life on the Drury Outdoors Farm. Perry discusses his daily farm manager activities on the farm and the recent projects he has been working on. Perry focuses on the wins and snags that occur when you aren’t prepared to get a job complete. Perry …
 
This week on Ohio’s Outdoor podcast the guys utilize Paul the Promoter’s abilities to set up another live show. This week the guys got to hang out with Dustin Huff, country music star and also the record holder for largest typical whitetail in US history. The guys get the whole story from Dustin as well as a few songs and laughs. Paul and Andrew ar…
 
In this podcast Rocky Burrus from SA Farms Management Service, discusses his process to build the ultimate setup for killing deer. We dig into what Rocky has been doing since our last podcast. Rocky travels around the southern part of the US helping clients achieve success, as an implementer he is responsible for putting clients. Rocky discusses fo…
 
This week on the Ohio Outdoors podcast, the guys are ready to Send It with the guys down at GoWild!! Leading up to the first ever Send it Slam, Brayden from GoWild joins us to talk about the event. Lots of good information about the event as well as what to expect. Sure to be a good time! The meat of todays show comes from a sit down the guys had w…
 
In this podcast Tim Russell (Green Fire Forestry & Wildlife Services) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discuss the importance of understory vegetation management. Tim details a recent client visit and understory strategy he employs to help improve deer use. Tim explains the importance of light and how to manage that across the varying levels o…
 
This week on the Ohio Outdoors Podcast, the guys sit down with Zach Ferenbaugh from The Hunting Public. Zach was raised in Wapakoneta Ohio, and has taken his love for the outdoors and hunting international. Zach covers the ins and outs of growing up in Neil Armstrong’s shadow, growing into a professional, and now enjoying a career traveling around …
 
In this podcast Todd Shippee (Empire Land Management) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) dive into mentors, industry consultants, herbicides and waterholes. Todd explains the importance of dilution rates and how appropriate methods of chemical and water usage will benefit applications afield. Todd provides specific herbicides for a problem that …
 
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