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Best Daniel Sanford podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Daniel Sanford podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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An Urban fantasy, spanning three ages, chronicling a troubled man with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder confronted with elemental powers that will save the world or damn his soul.
 
"Overly Medicated" is a humorous, ranty, and informational podcast about mental health and the mental health system, hosted by Darren and Dan, two men who have been in that system for over 20 years ...
 
In 1924, five gold prospecting miners staked their claim in Vander White Canyon, thinking it was uninhabited. Based on a true story, these miners discover that, what is now known as "Ape Canyon," was anything but uninhabited.
 
Danny Conroy, a longtime leader in the recovery community, finally admits in his new podcast, “I Can’t Help You.” Between talking about everything from current events to mullets, guests share how they acquired and used the tools they learned during pivotal moments in order to become the person they are today. Because ultimately, you can only help yourself.
 
MASTERS OF REGENERATION RADIO FEATURES THE STORIES OF THE GLOBAL HEROES OF OUR TIME WHO DARE TO RE-IMAGINE AND CREATE A NEW HUMAN RELATIONSHIP TO THE NATURAL WORLD. We embrace our responsibility as apex predators on Earth to promote and support biodiversity with our presence and consumption choices. To accompany people through this profound shift in which humans understand themselves as ecosystems and being part of biological information flows, and genetic memory. To change the narrative on ...
 
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Daniel Wahl explores ways in which we can reframe and understand the crises that we currently face and explores how we can live our way into the future rather than know our way into the future, how we might stop chasing the mirage of certainty and control in a complex and unpredictable world. How can we collaborate in the creation of diverse regene…
 
"Just 50 years ago, some 1,000 small and family-owned seed companies were producing and distributing seeds in the United States; by 2009, there were fewer than 100. Thanks to a series of mergers and acquisitions over the last few years, four multinational agrochemical firms — Corteva, ChemChina, Bayer and BASF — now control over 60 percent of globa…
 
Ethan has been working for years in regenerative agriculture. In our conversation he invites us to think deeply about the frameworks we decide to work with as opposed to following rules or practices. He invites us to think about generative questions we can ask about the land and our relationship to specific ecosystems and their potential, as oppose…
 
Paul Hawken is an environmentalist, entrepreneur, author and activist who has dedicated his life to environmental sustainability and changing the relationship between business and the environment. He is one of the environmental movement’s leading voices, and a pioneering architect of corporate reform with respect to ecological practices. His work i…
 
Founder and executive director of Nakawe Project, a non-profit organization that focuses its efforts on the protection of marine life. Growing up by the Mediterranean Sea next to Barcelona, Regi has worked in and around the ocean for all of her life. Currently, she works both in conservation & ecoturism Baja California Sur, Mexico. With massive per…
 
Danny interviews learning disability specialist and education consultant, Sanford Shapiro.By icanthelpyou
 
Being Sapiens means it is our responsibility to protect the natural world. And the world needs your observation. The world wants you to see a new reality for the planet. We are symbolic animals. We represent objective reality with intangible symbols that are so powerful that we transform the natural world with them. We imagine, envision, we make, w…
 
Almost a quarter century ago, Daniel Pauly, one of the most important scientists of the Anthropocene, introduced “shifting baselines syndrome” to explain our generational blindness to environmental destruction. It has since become one of the key terms framing climate change and other forms of planetary degradation. In his upcoming book Vanishing Fi…
 
The Regenerative Business with Carol Sanford: What separates us from animals and the natural world? What unites us? Do you ever ask yourself these two fundamental questions? Here’s how I see it: the oldest language and text in the world, is the genetic code, and there is clearly language all over the world, in millions of forms, there is communicat…
 
Our guest, John McGeehan, is the president and founder of The Dorm, a full service treatment community born in New York City.By icanthelpyou
 
We are at a turning point in human history. The vocabulary we use to define the challenges of our time has to change now, and by the millions. We must stop blaming stuff around us. Instead of saying we must fight climate change and global warming, we need to turn our attention to how we humans manage the land. This is not about beans or beef. It’s …
 
Meet Brad Reedy, Owner and Clinical Director of Evoke Therapy Programs.By icanthelpyou
 
On today’s episode our guest is Tony Rossi from Loop, Tony is the VP, Global Business Development for Loop (a TerraCycle company), a global platform that enables consumer product companies and retailers to shift from a disposable supply chain to a durable one, and to do that in partnership with some of the largest brands in the world, which are, it…
 
In this episode, we meet with Brad Wilkinson for a personal discussion about leading a balanced life as a committed father and a career doctor and what it takes to be the best at both.By icanthelpyou
 
A conversational morning with Danny's long term colleague, Matt Sullivan.By icanthelpyou
 
For nearly forty years, Alexandra has dedicated her life to restoring the balance between the people and wild salmon off the coast of British Columbia. When the salmon farms first appeared, they were told they would be good for them. Then the toxic algae blooms and sea lice developed, and the wild salmon die-off began. First the whales Alexandra wa…
 
Ever wonder who this guy Danny even is? Here's some insight into the history of I Can't Help You's own host, Danny Conroy.By icanthelpyou
 
Servants of the Secret Fire - Episode 15 - "Disadvantaged" by Daniel and Alyssa SanfordBy Daniel and Alyssa Sanford
 
Servants of the Secret Fire - Episode 14 - "When Bone Burns" by Daniel and Alyssa SanfordBy Daniel and Alyssa Sanford
 
Servants of the Secret Fire - Episode 13 - "Blooper Reel!" by Daniel and Alyssa SanfordBy Daniel and Alyssa Sanford
 
Servants Of The Secret Fire - Episode 12 - "Dark Wind" by Daniel and Alyssa SanfordBy Daniel and Alyssa Sanford
 
Servants Of The Secret Fire - Episode 11 - "Altitude" by Daniel and Alyssa SanfordBy Daniel and Alyssa Sanford
 
Servants Of The Secret Fire - Episode 10 - "Fire By Day" by Daniel and Alyssa SanfordBy Daniel and Alyssa Sanford
 
Servants Of The Secret Fire - Episode 9 - "Rabbit Trails" by Daniel and Alyssa SanfordBy Daniel and Alyssa Sanford
 
Servants Of The Secret Fire - Episode 8 - "Flight In The Night" by Daniel and Alyssa SanfordBy Daniel and Alyssa Sanford
 
In this episode, we host the fantastic photographer George Lange. Listen in as we discuss Bruce Springsteen and some of the intersections between life and art.By icanthelpyou
 
Dan Giusti is the Founder of Brigaid. He formerly served as the Head Chef of Noma in Copenhagen, perennially called the best restaurant in the world. Coming from a big Italian family, Dan grew up seeing his aunt (Zia Rosa) taking care of his family, catering to everybody’s every single need, and simply making everyone happy through her food. This i…
 
Daniel (Dan) Braha is the creative director of SOS Media, a design shop, who has worked with clients in different countries around Europe, East Asia, South America. He is also a lecturer at the ATLAS institute at CU Boulder.By icanthelpyou
 
Peter is a German forester and author who writes on ecological themes in popular language.In his riveting book, the hidden life of trees, published in 2016, he explores how trees are social organisms, what they feel, and how they communicate. In The Hidden Life of Trees, Peter Wohlleben shares his deep love of woods and forests and explains the ama…
 
Dry Farm Wines is the world’s only health-conscious and lab tested Natural Wine Club. Dry Farm Wines curates high quality Natural Wines from small, organic family farms around the world. This is real wine (not like commercial shelf wines), grown with respect for Nature, sustainability, and human health. Since they are fanatical about health, they l…
 
Patrick Venail is a 39 year-old, French-Colombian community ecologist. He got his master’s degree in Biodiversity, Evolution and Environment at the Université de Montpellier II (France) on 2006 and his PhD on Ecology and Evolution from the same institution in 2010. In 2011 the French Society of Ecology awarded him as the best young ecology research…
 
Welcome to episode 8 where we speak with Dr. Adi Jaffe about the challenges he has overcome to live the life he does today.By icanthelpyou
 
Dr. Sofia Axelrod, PhD is a sleep researcher at The Rockefeller University, New York, in the laboratory of Michael W. Young, winner of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. When her two children were born, Dr. Axelrod’s vast research experience allowed her to naturally implement knowledge from sleep research to help her babies sleep, with…
 
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