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Unwanted Guests

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Unwanted Guests

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Learn about insects you may find in and around Texas homes. Learn about insects that occur in and around urban structures of Texas; whether they be pests, beneficials, or simply fascinating! This podcast is presented by Molly Keck, Wizzie Brown, Robert Puckett, and Janet Hurley through the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and the Texas A&M Department of Entomology. Unwanted Guests image produced by Natalie Cervantes. Intro and outro music produced by Owen DesBles.
 
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Learn about insects that occur in urban backyards and gardens of Texas; whether they be pests, beneficials, or really fascinating! This podcast is presented by Molly Keck, Wizzie Brown, and Erfan Vafaie through the Department of Entomology with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service & Texas A&M Department of Entomology. Bugs by the Yard image produced by Natalie Cervantes. Intro and outro music produced by Owen DesBles.
 
Welcome to Ag Law in the Field! This is the inaugural episode of a new podcast designed to discuss all things agricultural law. Tiffany Lashmet, Extension Ag Law Specialist with Texas A&M Agrilife Extension, will serve as your host and has a variety of great guests lined up. From law students to seasoned attorneys, to lawyers with experience in international firms, to folks who hung out their own shingle in Small Town America...we plan to visit with them all and discuss their thoughts, exper ...
 
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension staff consists of five professional county extension agents and one program assistant trained in the agriculture/natural resources, horticulture, family and consumer sciences, and youth development, as well as support staff who are available to meet your educational needs and requests. Specific areas of program emphasis includes: Water Quality and Conservation, Quality of Life, Resource and Emergency Management, Urban Youth Development, Youth Education, and N ...
 
The Home Grown podcast is presented by the Agriculture & Natural Resources (ANR) Unit of the Harris County Texas A&M AgriLife Extension office. The series provides information on urban agriculture / horticulture / gardening and ag literacy. The program focuses on topics that are relevant to the urban gardener.
 
There's a plethora of misinformation, marketing, and hear-say related to growing horticultural plants. In this series, we digest replicated scientific data and research shared in popular science magazines (such as GrowerTalks) and share it with you, the listeners. Scientific papers are often behind a 'pay-wall' and riddled with academic jargon. Fortunately for you, both of the hosts of this show have a relatively limited spoken vocabulary and need to speak things out in very simple terms for ...
 
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The probate process is something that is a bit confusing and even more confusing can be ancillary probate. Garrett Cout is here today to explain what ancillary probate is and help walk us through different siutations when it comes to ancillary probate. Contact Info for Garrett Couts (Website) Links to Topics Mentioned on the Show Episode #73 - Tran…
 
Two of our favorites are back and this episode is packing a punch! Jim Bradbury and Jesse Richardson join me to talk about Ag Law Lessons we could all learn from the hit TV Series Yellowstone. Contact Info for Jim Bradbury (Email) jim@bradburycounsel.com (Website) http://bradburycounsel.com/ (Twitter) @jimbluewind Contact Info for Jesse Richardson …
 
Shannon Dietz, County Extension Agent with AgriLife Extension Service interviews Dr. Lakshmi Mahadevan (Dr. M), Associate Professor and Extension Specialist for Special Populations at Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. With 16 years of experience, her areas of expertise include mental health literacy education and is a certified Adult Mental Hea…
 
It's that time again! My friend Paul Goeringer and I team up every December to record our Ag Law Year in Review that is then released on both my Ag Law in the Field Podcast and Paul's Maryland Risk Management Education Podcast. This year, our list included lots of interesting topics...see if you agree with our top legal issues. Contact Info for Pau…
 
In this episode, Shannon Dietz, CEA for Agriculture and Natural Resources with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension is sharing the importance of Texas Agriculture in planning your holiday meals. He also will be speaking with special guests Kristina Brown, Better Living for Texans Agent, and Registered Dietician along with Cindy George, who is currently wor…
 
When I wanted to do a podcast about how criminal law and agricultural law intersect, there was only one person to call. Heath Hemphill is the current District Attorney in Coleman County, Texas, and he is also a fifth generation rancher. His experiences both in the courtroom and on the ranch gives him a unique perspective and some great stories to s…
 
Michelle Pardo is a Washington, DC based attorney who specializes in animal law. From circuses to aquariums, agriculture to zoos, Michelle has represented a number of clients around the country in litigation involving animals. Today, she gives us the rundown on legislation and litigation she is seeing in the animal industry. Contact Info for Michel…
 
In this episode, Brandi interviews Jaime Gonzalez, Houston Healthy Cities Program Director for The Nature Conservancy. Jaime talks about his history with various organizations and how they all blend to create a rich story of experiences that can be shared with diverse communities on nature, health, and Houston.…
 
I'm excited to have long-time food and agricultural law reporter, Helena Bottemiller Evich, join me to chat about the recent White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health. Helena gives us the rundown on what happened at the conference and highlights some of the key food policy issues to watch in 2023. Contact Info for Helena Email: info@fo…
 
When Shannon Ferrell called to pitch a podcast episode talking about what we can learn from the Royal Family and farm and ranch succession planning, you know I was excited! We chat about Shannon's family connection to the Queen and what lessons we can learn about farm and ranch succession planning from the recent royal family succession. Shannon's …
 
On this episode, Paul talks with Becky Bowling and her position as an urban water specialist in Texas. They'll discuss how education is evolving to better prepare city & county governments, the green industry and homeowners for developing sustainable landscapes.By Paul
 
Have you heard of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG") practices? Did you know these practices are leading to lawsuits filed against agribusinesses and ag producers? Today, Nate Huff joins us to chat about these "greenwashing lawsuits" and what agribusinesses and producers need to know. Contact Info for Nate Huff Website Email: Nate.Huff@kl…
 
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. This is a topic that is extremely important to me, and one I feel very strongly about sharing on this podcast. Today, I am thrilled to be joined by Maddie Caldwell. Maddie is a farm kid from Illinois who is open with her mental health struggle and suicide attempts in hope that by sharing her story, s…
 
Two of our favorite law professors are back! Jesse Richardson and Athony Schutz join me to give us a preview of what is coming in the ag law realm this term from the US Supreme Court. Jesse Contact Info (Email) jesse.Richardson@mail.wvu.edu (Phone) 304-293-9460 (Twitter) @jessejames8785 Anthony Contact Info (Website) https://law.unl.edu/anthony-sch…
 
Luke Ellis is back! In our last episode, we talked through the recent Texas Supreme Court decision in Hlavinka v. HSC Pipeline. Today, we turn to the Texas Supreme Court decision in Miles v. Texas Central Railroad in a case deciding whether Texas Central has the lawful right to condemn for the proposed high speed rail between Dallas and Houston. Co…
 
It's been a wild couple of months for eminent domain law here in Texas with two important opinions coming out of the Texas Supreme Court. Our friend and eminent domain lawyer, Luke Ellis, is here to give us the rundown on both of these cases, Hlavinka v. HSC Pipeline and Miles v. Texas Central Railroad. In Part 1 of our discussion, we'll dive deep …
 
What types of situations cause damage to rural land? What should a landowner do in the event they see damage from spray drift or oil and gas operations? These are the questions I chatted about with Lubbock-based attorneys Amber Miller and Eliott Nixon. Contact Info for Eliott Website Email: enixon@cdmlaw.com Contact Info for Amber Website Email: Am…
 
One of the biggest employment law issues that can pop up for ag producers and ag businsses is distinguishing between an employee and an independent contractor. Today, I'm joined by David Barron to walk us through why this distinction matters and how to correctly categorize workers. Contact Info for David Barron (Website) https://www.cozen.com/peopl…
 
Special use property tax valuation options are an important consideration for all Texas landowners. Today, Tim Milligan from Plateau Land & Wildlife joins me to chat about wildlife management valuation. How does it work? What is required? How does someone get started? Tim has all the answers! Contact info for Tim Email: tmilligan@plateauwildlife.co…
 
Much of the western half of the United States, including Texas, is facing serious drought conditions. Today, I'm joined by Dr. Justin Benavidez, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Economist to discuss some of the programs available to help producers manage risk during a drought. In particular, we're focusing on LFP, PRF, ELAP, NAP, and LIP. Dr. Benavidez…
 
Shannon Dietz, Harris County County Extension Agent ANR interviews Mr. Steven Sisler, DAR (Disaster and Recovery) Agent with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Harris County. Mr. Sisler shares important and timely information about emergency preparedness and information for the 2022 Hurricane Season. Details on family evacuation plans as well as plans fo…
 
As has become a tradition, we are recognizing Mental Health Awareness month with an important conversation about mental health and agriculture. My friend, Shannon Ferrell, joins me to offer some great information, practical tips, and encouragement for anyone struggling. Contact Info for Shannon Ferrell (Email) shannon.l.ferrell@okstate.edu (Twitter…
 
In episode 12, Brandi Keller, Residential Horticulture Agent with Harris County Texas A&M AgriLife Extension interviews Sherri Harrah, manager and hardline buyer for Plants For All Seasons Garden Center. Brandi and Sherri discuss an overview of the family-owned business, a few observations as a woman in horticulture, and touch on some current buyin…
 
If we want someone who knows the in and outs of ag labor and immigration policy, it's Kristi Boswell. Throughout her career, she has worked on this issue. She joined us today to chat about the current issues with ag labor and immigration policy and some of the proposed changes that we have seen over the past several years. Contact Info for Kristi B…
 
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