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The podcast for people who love plants—but not always the same ones. Brought to you by the editors of Fine Gardening, this fun, informative podcast tackles all things topical in gardening. You’ll listen to the insights (and arguments) of Editor-in-Chief Steve Aitken and Senior Editor Danielle Sherry as they discuss various horticultural subjects on a deeper level. You will also hear from today’s leading horticultural minds who will offer their wisdom and opinions about what you might want to ...
 
Welcome to the Permaculture Princess Podcast! Here you will find a mixture of glamour & greens! Health is a multi-faceted journey that must be approached holistically. Therefore, as a personal trainer, health coach, homesteading wife, mother, lover of food and nature, and disciple of Christ, this podcast acts as a space for sharing all the physical, mental, spiritual, and environmental actions that lead to a more abundant landscape and lifestyle!
 
Follow head gardeners Saul Walker and Lucy Chamberlain as they reveal exactly what it’s like to be professional horticulturists leading busy teams on large, private estates. Lucy and Saul have a decade of Head Gardening experience and it soon became clear to them both that life as a Head Gardener can be incredibly diverse, occasionally challenging and hugely rewarding and so they regularly discuss horticultural topics close to their hearts and give you an insight into their lives as gardeners.
 
This podcast is designed to stimulate conversations, share information and connect with teachers. Each episode a guest host will join The Teaching Council director, Tomás Ó Ruairc, as we interview people from across the teaching community - teachers, parents, students, and other stakeholders. We aim to represent all voices throughout the year.
 
Coffee and Divination started three summers ago, during North Wyldewood Coven's annual retreat. As we relaxed in the sunshine with our coffee and tea, we brought our cards and runes out to the table, and started reading for one another. As time passed, we've kept up the tradition in person and online, and now we're inviting you to join us! Divination is the art of obtaining knowledge through hidden means, and has been a part of civilizations around the world - likely for tens of thousands of ...
 
Whether you’re new to agroforestry or you’re a seasoned professional expanding your knowledge base, the Center for Agroforestry's podcast series is a source for learning and inspiration. We'll explore topics ranging from forest farming medicinal plants and mushrooms, to soil and water conservation with hedgerows and buffers, and everything in between. Subscribe to this podcast on your preferred podcast app, and stay tuned as we share the multitude of ways farmers and landowners, researchers ...
 
Join Logan's Garden Shop (or Logan Trading Company. or simply just "Logan's") for a gardening podcast that goes beyond the planting and digs deep into YOUR love of gardening. Hosted by celebrated teacher, speaker, and horticulturist, Bryce Lane.Bryce discovered his passion for plants and telling others about them while working at a small Massachusetts garden center throughout high school and college. After earning his BS and MS in Horticulture, he came to the Department of Horticultural Scie ...
 
Host-producer Paige Donner brings you Local GOODfood+wine (formerly Paris GOOD food+wine). The first-ever English language radio/podcast show about food and wine broadcast from Paris, France. Show NOTES: http://localfood.wine & http://localfoodandwine.wordpress.com @localfoodwine Contact http://paigedonner.info For more goodness: Download the Paris Food And Wine APP in APP Store and Google Play! Paris Food And Wine offers you tips, deals and promotions on all the best restaurants, cafés, bar ...
 
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Alternate titles for this episode: Plants That Stink or Smell This Episode. Kidding aside, lovely smelling plants are a bonus that every garden deserves. We all spend so much time on making sure our gardens look good, we seldom think about how they smell. And we’re not just talking roses here people. On today’s episode we feature a plethora of pere…
 
Dr Niall Muldoon is Ireland’s Ombudsman for Children and has worked in the area of Child Protection for over 20 years. In this episode, Niall joins Tomás Ó Ruairc, Director of the Teaching Council, and guest host, Angela Lynch, Principal Advice Manager at the Irish Primary Principals Network (IPPN), to chat about what drives him in his role as Ombu…
 
Spring is in the air - as the early season flowers bring a hint of colour and joy, banishing the winter blues away. Head Gardeners such as Lucy and Saul relish this moment in the year as the starting gun for a season of flower, foliage and ultimate fun. Gardening kicks off and all the hard work of winter enters a crescendo of horticultural wonder. …
 
Spring is in the air - as the early season flowers bring a hint of colour and joy, banishing the winter blues away. Head Gardeners such as Lucy and Saul relish this moment in the year as the starting gun for a season of flower, foliage and ultimate fun. Gardening kicks off and all the hard work of winter enters a crescendo of horticultural wonder. …
 
This is Episode #29. Today, I am having a fangirl moment because I am interviewing the man who is responsible for officially putting a “permaculture” hook in my brain. Mark Shepard is the CEO of Forest Agriculture Nursery LLC, founder of Restoration Agriculture Development LLC and award-winning author of the book, Restoration Agriculture: which hap…
 
It’s easy to get excited about the first tulip or even the first dandelion in the yard (OK—that might be a stretch). But what about those plants that don’t get all the love and attention, yet still brighten up those first few months of the gardening season? Today we’re honoring those unsung heroes of the spring garden—plants that need a better PR a…
 
Spring is in the air - as the early season flowers bring a hint of colour and joy, banishing the winter blues away. Head Gardeners such as Lucy and Saul relish this moment in the year as the starting gun for a season of flower, foliage and ultimate fun. Gardening kicks off and all the hard work of winter enters a crescendo of horticultural wonder. …
 
A great conversation with author and diviner, Dr. Alexander Cummins. Dr. Cummins is a historian, poet, geomancer, and consultant whose writings on divination, medicine, folk necromancy, and cunning traditions have been released by both academic and esoteric publishers. We talk geomancy, the roots of divination, and a little about folk necromancy an…
 
Spring is in the air - as the early season flowers bring a hint of colour and joy, banishing the winter blues away. Head Gardeners such as Lucy and Saul relish this moment in the year as the starting gun for a season of flower, foliage and ultimate fun. Gardening kicks off and all the hard work of winter enters a crescendo of horticultural wonder. …
 
Finding interesting plants for shade can be a struggle but when you add in the desire for that plant to be a woody shrub, the list narrows even more. But these structural wonders are essential in giving our shady beds and borders depth and real presence. In this episode we feature shrubs that will tolerant a range of low-light situations. Some flow…
 
Spring is in the air - as the early season flowers bring a hint of colour and joy, banishing the winter blues away. Head Gardeners such as Lucy and Saul relish this moment in the year as the starting gun for a season of flower, foliage and ultimate fun. Gardening kicks off and all the hard work of winter enters a crescendo of horticultural wonder. …
 
This is Episode #28. Brandon LaGreca was on episode #22 where we discussed Acupuncture, Eastern Medicine and his book about EMFs and Cancer. If you haven’t listened to that episode, I HIGHLY recommend you pause and go back, because it will give a great foundation about who Brandon is, and why we are so grateful to hear from him again! Today, we con…
 
Local GOODfood+wine podcast Episoce 62 Season 7 Segment 1 : Food As MedicineSegment 2 : Food As A Weapon Show Notes: http://localfood.wine & http://localfoodandwine.wordpress.com @localfoodwineHost-Producer Paige Donner Contact: http://paigedonner.infoSee our affiliate websites: Vancouver Food And Wine, Okanagan Food And Wine, Bordeaux Food And Win…
 
2021 has started but much of the troubles of 2020 have continued, and we understand that the full repercussions of what we have all been through are now being felt. But with summer and autumn now distant and the glory of winter around us, we continue with a healthy amount of discussion on some of our favourite horticultural topics, bringing a littl…
 
Despite there still being snow on the ground here in the Northeast, we’re thinking spring. Yes there are daffodils and tulips to look forward to, but perhaps even more impressive is the show of spring flowering trees. It’s an incredible sight to see a woody plant that was nothing but bare brown branches a few weeks earlier, explode into a flurry of…
 
A return appearance by the wonderful T. Susan Chang, whose latest book, 36 Secrets: A Decanic Journey through the Minor Arcana of the Tarot, delves into the connections between the decans of the year with the minor cards of the Rider Waite tarot deck. A fascinating conversation, also including some 1-card readings by Susie for listeners who joined …
 
This is episode number 27 . Today, I am throwing it back to where this podcast began: Plant features! When I started this podcast in 2018, I wanted a podcast that taught me about plants!!! I wanted to learn about plants I could grow, plants I could eat, and just all the things to love about various plants! So far in our plant journey, we have cover…
 
From time to time Lucy and Saul decided they wanted to record conversations with other Head Gardeners, Curators, Garden Owners and fellow horticulturists across the UK, these will be published as Bonus Episodes alongside their usual format of chatting about their gardening lives. We hope you enjoy. For the Bonus Episode #10 Lucy and Saul and joined…
 
Ciara Reilly is an Assistant Lecturer in Digital Education at the Marino Institute of Technology, and is well known to many teachers around the country through her contributions on Twitter via #edchatie. Ciara joins Tomás Ó Ruairc, Director of the Teaching Council, and Brian Fahy, primary teacher on secondment and Communications Associate in the Te…
 
2021 has started but much of the troubles of 2020 have continued, and we understand that the full repercussions of what we have all been through are now being felt. But with summer and autumn now distant and the glory of winter around us, we continue with a healthy amount of discussion on some of our favourite horticultural topics, bringing a littl…
 
If that title doesn’t grab you, nothing will! We’re talking all things ferns including East Coast natives, West Coast natives, selections that are from prehistoric times, and even a climbing fern. Yep—that’s right, a climbing fern! And in case all of that excitement isn’t enough for you, the entire episode is filled with 70s soft rock and disco ref…
 
Today, I am introducing you to a great friend who studies and teaches parkour! Travis Tetting is a local to the southeast Wisconsin area, and I was lucky enough to meet him at our local YMCA. Today we are jumping/leaping/vaulting/(all the puns) into a discussion of parkour and all things movement! Now, you may be wondering what parkour and permacul…
 
2021 has started but much of the troubles of 2020 have continued, and we understand that the full repercussions of what we have all been through are now being felt. But with summer and autumn now distant and the glory of winter around us, we continue with a healthy amount of discussion on some of our favourite horticultural topics, bringing a littl…
 
2021 has started but much of the troubles of 2020 have continued, and we understand that the full repercussions of what we have all been through are now being felt. But with summer and autumn now distant and the glory of winter around us, we continue with a healthy amount of discussion on some of our favourite horticultural topics, bringing a littl…
 
With so many events canceled in the last year, we sure are happy that the plant breeders still decided to unveil a healthy crop of new plants for us to drool over. Of course there were a handful of new huecheras and more phlox than we ever knew could exist, but there were also some interesting options that no one (including us) saw coming. And now,…
 
2021 has started but much of the troubles of 2020 have continued, and we understand that the full repercussions of what we have all been through are now being felt. But with summer and autumn now distant and the glory of winter around us, we continue with a healthy amount of discussion on some of our favourite horticultural topics, bringing a littl…
 
2021 has started but much of the troubles of 2020 have continued, and we understand that the full repercussions of what we have all been through are now being felt. But with summer and autumn now distant and the glory of winter around us, we continue with a healthy amount of discussion on some of our favourite horticultural topics, bringing a littl…
 
Welcome to the Permaculture Princess Podcast! This is Episode #25. It’s been quite a while since I last recorded, but we are about to get things back up and running! So, I figured I would start 2021 with a brief description of my last year, and where I plan to take this podcast from here!By DreaEndries
 
Secure and affordable long-term land access can be a major barrier for beginning farmers planning agroforestry endeavors. In this episode, we’ll hear from a few people who support solutions to this challenge: Keefe Keeley, co-executive director of the Savanna Institute; Joe Klingelhutz, farm specialist with the Sustainable Iowa Land Trust; and Emil…
 
2021 has started but much of the troubles of 2020 have continued, and we understand that the full repercussions of what we have all been through are now being felt. But with summer and autumn now distant and the glory of winter around us, we continue with a healthy amount of discussion on some of our favourite horticultural topics, bringing a littl…
 
From time to time Lucy and Saul decided they wanted to record conversations with other Head Gardeners, Curators, Garden Owners and fellow horticulturists across the UK, these will be published as Bonus Episodes alongside their usual format of chatting about their gardening lives. We hope you enjoy. For the Bonus Episode #10 Lucy and Saul and joined…
 
Asking listeners to submit questions for our annual Q & A episode is a bit like sending out party invitations (in pre-COVID) and hoping that someone shows up. Thankfully, you guys not only showed up but you brought snacks and drinks too! We got an overwhelming numbers of questions submitted for this episode, so we weren’t able to answer them all. B…
 
2021 has started but much of the troubles of 2020 have continued, and we understand that the full repercussions of what we have all been through are now being felt. But with summer and autumn now distant and the glory of winter around us, we continue with a healthy amount of discussion on some of our favourite horticultural topics, bringing a littl…
 
We are revisiting FÉILTE 2019 in NUI Galway, where Dr Finn Ó Murchú stepped in at the last minute to host a panel discussion on Inclusive Education. The focus of the discussion is not only about additional needs or special education needs, but rather it looks at the wider area of inclusion – socio economic diversity, access to our education system …
 
2021 has started but much of the troubles of 2020 have continued, and we understand that the full repercussions of what we have all been through are now being felt - but with summer and autumn now distant and the glory of winter around us, we continue with a healthy amount of discussion on some of our favourite horticultural topics, bringing a litt…
 
A great conversation with the NYC-based shamanic practitioner Langston Kahn, whose first book, Deep Liberation, will be released on Jan. 19. In this wide-ranging chat we discuss how shamanic healing, deep grounding, and integrated, authentic work with our desire can positively impact our lives, and be a vital part of divination practices. Enjoy! --…
 
2021 has started but much of the troubles of 2020 have continued, and we understand that the full repercussions of what we have all been through are now being felt - but with summer and autumn now distant and the glory of winter around us, we continue with a healthy amount of discussion on some of our favourite horticultural topics, bringing a litt…
 
2021 has started but much of the troubles of 2020 have continued, and we understand that the full repercussions of what we have all been through are now being felt - but with summer and autumn now distant and the glory of winter around us, we continue with a healthy amount of discussion on some of our favourite horticultural topics, bringing a litt…
 
Truth be told, Steve and Danielle don’t grow many clematis. But, over their many, many years at Fine Gardening, they’ve researched and written a lot about this genus. In doing so, they’ve formed strong opinions about the species and cultivars that are truly top-notch. Their picks may not include the huge, in-your-face star flower-types folks first …
 
On this episode of Coffee & Divination, we welcome back astrologer Brittany Goss, to discuss what to expect for the first half of 2021. A great chat, and a very helpful look ahead... -- Brittany Goss' website: https://rebelastrology.net -- Theme music: Come with Me by JoAnna Farrer. Also featuring Alasdair Fraser, Natalie Haas and Yann Falquet. -- …
 
Episode 61 Local GOODfood+wine French Wine & Music Tasting Playlist Show notes: http://localfoodandwine.wordpress.comhttp://localfood.wine @localfoodwineFrench Wine & Music Playlist I hope you are all enjoying the final days of 2020 and have many good reasons lined up for looking forward to 2021! With that sentiment, here's a drinks playlist. Since…
 
2020 has been an unusual and difficult year for many, and we understand that the full repercussions of what we have all been through are still to be felt - but with summer and autumn now distant and the glory of winter around us, we continue with a healthy amount of discussion on some of our favourite horticultural topics, bringing a little dose of…
 
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