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Best Umn podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Umn podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The Youth Development Podcast Series showcases staff from the University of Minnesota Extension, Center for Youth Development. Youth professionals discuss research, theory and best practices in youth development. Topics include: youth programs, youth issues, volunteer development, citizenship and leadership, program quality, program evaluation, cultural diversity and social and emotional learning.
 
Welcome to University of Minnesota Extension’s first ever nutrient management podcast. Every month we’ll bring you the latest nutrient management information for farmers in Minnesota and across the Midwest. Follow us on facebook at Facebook.com/UMNNutrientMgmt or Twitter at Twitter.com/UMNNutrientMgmt. Thanks to the Agriculture Fertilizer Research and Education Council (AFREC) for your support.
 
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In this podcast, Brenda Shafer shares tips on how to develop skills in having crucial conversations that are productive and successful. She encourages listeners to start with heart, focus on what you really want, master your story, keep it "safe" and how to use contrasting statements to fix misunderstandings. More information on the book, "Crucial …
 
In this episode of the Nutrient Management Podcast, three U of M researchers discuss alfalfa nutrient management. Why is managing soil inputs important for alfalfa producers? What are some key points that growers should consider when making nutrient management decisions for alfalfa? Does timing matter with alfalfa fertilizer application? Thank you …
 
What does systemic racism look like? In this episode, we look at how housing discrimination in theory and in practice in the Twin Cities contributes to the dramatic racial disparities in Minneapolis. We also look at how the development of the interstate system in the Twin Cities unfairly targeted communities of color with the help of biased federal…
 
What are ways that we can make Math exciting for young people through STEM programming? Educators and volunteers who lead experiences in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in non-formal and after-school settings will gain ideas on how to help youth overcome the negative attitudes they may have about math. Michael discusses how to conn…
 
In Episode 41, Trisha provided information on how to recognize the warning signs and to help youth cope with stress. In this Episode, she continues that conversation with five tips on how to talk to youth during stressful times. Those tips are: Be available, Stop and Listen, Think before you respond, Be patient, and Just be there. Read the Blog Rea…
 
In this episode of the Nutrient Management Podcast, three U of M researchers and a special guest from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture discuss nitrogen economics. How does the sale of nitrogen fertilizer in Minnesota break down by source, and what trends have we seen in nitrogen use for crops in Minnesota? Are farmers shifting towards more o…
 
In Season 3 Episode 10 of What's Killing My Kale, Natalie talked with Dr. Brent Loy, emeritus professor of plant genetics and cucurbit breeder extraordinaire at the University of New Hampshire. Every year we hear about fruiting in flowering issues in cucurbit crops towards the middle of the summer. Many of the strategies to prevent this from happen…
 
How can youth workers continue to build strong and creative programs during times of uncertainty and change? Sam Grant, Evaluation Director, shares four ideas to jump-start new and creative program planning when we’re forced to think differently about how we deliver those programs. Read the Blog Evaluation Website Working with Youth from a Distance…
 
In the final episode of the 2020 spring semester, all three reporters of "In the Know" examine how the COVID-19 pandemic has shaped the lives of students, reflect on their favorite stories of the year and discuss how students have gathered around one student after he won College Jeopardy!By Minnesota Daily
 
In Season 3, episode 8 of What's Killing My Kale, Natalie talked to Local Extension Educators Claire LaCanne (Rice & Steele Counties) and Shane Bugeja (Le Sueur and Blue Earth Counties) about their recent trials to measure soil biological activity. Photo: Claire LaCanne With increasing interest in soil health over the years, at-home trials such as …
 
In Season 3, episode 9 of What's Killing My Kale, Natalie talked to Dr. Paulo Pagliari, an associate professor of soil science at the University of Minnesota, about nutrient management in wet soils. Though this spring has been relatively dry, our climate is becoming wetter overall, and we may still see heavy rainfall and flooding this season. In pr…
 
How can we foster social and emotional well-being while social distancing? Kate shares why Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and well-being is more important now than ever as she discusses the Ways of Being Model. The model looks at how we navigate across the way of relating, ways of feeling, ways of doing and ways I am. Link to Website for SEL Toolk…
 
How do we ensure that we are creating environments that are inclusive for ALL young people in our programs? To answer this question, Darcy shares seven tips for youth workers to consider while creating welcoming environments for youth programs. Link to website TranscriptBy University of Minnesota Extension, Center for Youth Development
 
How can you use a sudden change in how we deliver youth programs as an opportunity to improve? In this podcast, Nancy discusses Kotter's eight steps for change and suggests how youth programs can use change as an opportunity to do things differently and in some cases, even better than it was before. Read the Blog Transcript:…
 
The circumstances of the last few weeks have required us to shift priorities and adapt to new ways of working. It can be challenging to lead your dispersed team to get results in innovative ways.Visit supervising.umn.edu for more information and to find all the resources mentioned in the podcast.By Leadership and Talent Development - UMN
 
Practicing the use of empathy is an important skill that takes intentional practice when listening to youth, volunteers and colleagues. In this podcast, Karyn Santl discusses the difference between being empathetic and sympathetic while offering four attributes of empathy for youth practitioners to use during difficult times. Read the Blog: Empathy…
 
Spotted wing Drosophila on a raspberry. Photo: Charlie Rohwer, UMNIn Season 3 Episode 6 of What's Killing My Kale, Annie talked with Dr. Mary Rogers, an Assistant Professor studying organic food production systems in the Department of Horticulture. They discussed recent research findings from Dr. Rogers team, as well as other farms and researchers …
 
Spotted wing drosophila damage on tart cherry. Photo: Annie KloddIn Season 3 Episode 5 of What's Killing My Kale, Annie talked with Gigi Digiacomo, a research fellow in the Department of Applied Economics. They discussed Digiacomo's recent findings about how spotted wing Drosophila (SWD) has impacted the Minnesota berry industry, and weighed the ec…
 
In this episode of the Nutrient Management Podcast, three U of M researchers discuss optimal phosphorus and potassium levels in the soil. What are some key takeaways that growers should know about interpreting soil tests? Environmentally, what is the threshold at which we should avoid applications to prevent significant nutrient loss? Is there real…
 
In Season 3 Episode 4 of What's Killing My Kale, Annie talked with Aaron Wills from Little Hill Berry Farm. They discussed how climate change is impacting fruit production, and strategies for adaptation. This is the fourth and final episode in a mini series about how climate change is impacting our ability to grow fruits and vegetables in MN. You c…
 
We are back with another season of What's Killing My Kale! In Season 3 Episode 2, Annie talked with farmer Laura Frerichs from Loon Organics farm about how climate change is affecting their ability to grow vegetables, and adaptation strategies. This is the second episode in a mini series about how climate change is impacting our ability to grow fru…
 
In Season 3 Episode 3 of What's Killing My Kale, Natalie talked with Erin Johnson and Ben Doherty from Open Hands Farm. They discussed the ways that they have noticed the impacts of climate change on their farm, and strategies they're using for adaptation. This is the third episode in a mini series about how climate change is impacting our ability …
 
We are back with another season of What's Killing My Kale! In Season 3 Episode 1, Natalie talked with Kenny Blumenfeld, Senior Climatologist with the DNR about how our climate has changed over the last 100 years, and projections for the future. This is the first episode in a mini series about how climate change is impacting our ability to grow frui…
 
In this episode of the Nutrient Management Podcast, we discuss precision agriculture and nutrient management. What is the current state of precision agriculture? Which areas can growers benefit the most from incorporating precision ag technologies into current farming systems? Is precision agriculture part of the answer for reducing nutrient loss t…
 
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