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Discover gardening inspiration and advice from your favourite gardening experts with the BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine team. Join Monty Don, Alan Titchmarsh, Adam Frost, Frances Tophill, Arit Anderson and others to garden for wildlife and wellness, sow and grow flourishing flowers, immerse in the benefits of nature, get the most from your vegetable plot, successfully use colour in the garden, enjoy the beauty of house plants and much, much more. With Sowalongs and Tea Break Tutorials too, we ...
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Dive into the heart of the animal kingdom with The Biome Podcast. We spotlight wildlife and the habitats they grace, delving into their anatomy and the ways they thrive as well as how they and their environment affect each other like a two way street. Sometimes joined by experts, we aim to kindle a deep-rooted love for wildlife and an intrigue in zoology and biology. Tune in every 7th and 21st of the month and journey with us into nature's marvels. For more, visit our website at www.biomemed ...
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NatureScot presents podcasts that celebrate Scotland's nature and landscapes. In each episode you'll find numerous ways to connect with - and protect - our amazing natural world. We want to inspire everyone to join the fight against climate change and reverse nature loss. Immerse yourself and #MakeSpaceForNature in your life. www.nature.scot
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Welcome to Wildlife Matters, where we explore the incredible world of wildlife and nature. Join your host Nigel Palmer, a lifelong nature lover and expert with over 30 years experience of working with wildlife, as he takes you on an adventure into the fascinating complexities of the natural world. Through solo shows and engaging interviews, we deep dive into topics such as Animal behaviour, ecology of species, plants, biodiversity, and habitat loss, we will take you on engaging wildlife and ...
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Explore the heartbeat of Southern Utah with the 435 Podcast, your go-to source for all things local in Washington County. Stay ahead of the curve with our in-depth coverage, expert analysis, and captivating interviews. Whether you're a resident or visitor, our podcast is your key to unlocking the latest happenings and trends in St. George and the surrounding areas. Tune in now to stay informed and connected with our thriving community!
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Humans interact with animals every day of our lives: diet, wildlife, the clothes they wear, even medicines, are all intersections. This is a podcast about Anthrozoology: the study of interaction and connection between humans and non-human animals.Our mission is to make research more accessible the public while sharing the voices and lived experience of our human connection with animals. www.thedealwithanimals.com
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This podcast is devoted to all things gardening. National gardening television host, Joe Lamp'l, guides you through each episode with practical tips and information to help you become a better, smarter gardener, no matter where you are on your journey. This series has a strong emphasis on organic gardening and growing food, but covers a diverse range of topics from one of the country's most informed and leading gardening personalities today.
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Welcome to WCC, the only podcast serving dessert and cocktails along with the best in Australian wildlife science! The most entertaining science discussions often happen after dinner, usually over cake, frequently over cocktails, but always in a relaxed atmosphere. Grab some dessert, pour a tasty drink, and come join us at the table for a chat with some amazing wildlife scientists and our animal nerd buddies. Cheers & Enjoy! Producer: Kristian Summers Host/Nerd: Janne Torkkola
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Your insider scoop on all things cool, green and wild in metropolitan South Australia. Do you want or have a career in South Australia’s environmental sector? Then this podcast is for you! We are your enviro-exclusive on the people, projects and news of metropolitan SA. The Green Adelaide Podcast is hosted by our Communications Manager, Melissa Martin. On each episode she'll interview a local enviro-expert. From leaders and ecologists to planners and marketers to understand their career jour ...
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Welcome to the Wildlife Observer Network! A wildlife focused media platform consisting of podcasts, videos, and articles. WON is an outgrowth of the friends, stories, and ideas that brought you the Urban Wildlife Podcast and has expanded to other shows such as: On the Wing Travel Cast, Brothers in Birding, On Word for Wildlife, Herping Aint Easy, and others! We hope you find it easy to listen, enjoy, and share. Officially launched in January 2020 based in Philadelphia PA USA, Send us a messa ...
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”Blazing Fury,” a podcast delving into California’s pressing environmental crisis: wildfires. From towering infernos to smoldering blazes, these disasters wreak havoc on the landscape, communities, and ecosystems. They endanger not only wildlife, but human lives as well. Through expert interviews and firsthand accounts, this podcast uncovers the staggering scale of destruction; From loss of lives and homes to irreversible damage to biodiversity. Systemic issues exacerbating the crisis are co ...
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Hey, Chicagoland! You've probably encountered wildlife at some point in your life, right? If not, I'm not sure we can help you BUT IF SO, Press. That. Play. Button! Join us as we discuss our urban wildlife and just how their presence impacts our lives for the better! Our mission is to promote coexistence with urban wildlife and empower Chicagoland residents to advocate for the protection of natural resources. Is there something you want us to cover? Twitter: @CuckooPodcast FB: A Cuckoo in th ...
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The Biology Society of South Australia (BSSA) podcast brings you conversations on biology and biodiversity conservation in South Australia and beyond. Each episode features a guest researcher, delving into their area of interest with our host, Kiri Marker. Produced by Colette Blyth, Elisabetta Canteri, Tyler Dornan, Tori Love and Adam Toomes; introduction music by Darcy Whittaker; logistical support from the Biology Society of South Australia Special thanks to previous host & producers: Brad ...
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Stories of a wildlife artist and rehabilitator who paid her therapists in nuts. It’s an inspiring guide to finding joy and hope in the world around us, and to falling back in love with life and ourselves. This is a new podcast weblog based on the book with the same name Evolution of a Wild Heart.
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We all want to live a sustainable life, but where do we start? Flanigan's Eco-Logic, hosted by Ted Flanigan, provides information and insights in sustainability and the clean energy space. Flanigan’s enthusiasm and vast experience in the energy and environmental arena are palpable, whether bringing cutting-edge developments to the fore, or interviewing and engaging with leading practitioners. This show is for those who want a sustainable life but don’t know where to start.
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Far East Travels-Inspired by Rick Steves, Lonely Planet, Anthony Bourdain and National Geographic.-Informative, enlightening, entertaining. Let John Saboe take you on journeys filled with spiritual celebrations and rituals, ancient festivals thrilling wildlife safaris, trekking and climbing quests and a vast array of food cultures. Learn about cultural differences, village life, urban exploration, street food, history and architecture in places like Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Nepal, India, Kor ...
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Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the thought of environmental sustainability? Do you wonder ‘How much do I know?’ or ‘How do I lessen my impact?’ Are you looking for practical solutions to environmental sustainability, and your impact? Nature News is a weekly podcast that dives deep into the relationship between everyday lives and the environment. Hosted by me, Myah, we explore environmental impacts and sustainable efforts. Whether you’re just starting your environmental journey or brushing ...
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Wine Thirty with Andrew & Lindsey is a delightful podcast that offers a unique blend of humor, current news, and pop culture. Hosted by husband-and-wife duo Andrew and Lindsey, the show is a fun and engaging listen that is perfect for anyone who loves wine or just enjoys a good conversation. One of the standout features of Wine Thirty is the hosts' ability to strike a balance between informative and entertaining. Each episode, Andrew and Lindsey discuss a different wine-related topic, rangin ...
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The Outdoor Adventure Series is an award-winning podcast production of Fox Coaching, Inc. We celebrate individuals and families, entrepreneurs, and organizations that seek out and promote the exploration, conservation, stewardship, access, and enjoyment of the outdoors. Please enjoy our episodes, and don't forget to like, comment, and share. RADIO/PODCAST Excellence in Craft Awards from the Outdoor Writers Association of America (OWAA): 2023 - FAMILY PARTICIPATION/YOUTH OUTDOOR EDUCATION (Sp ...
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Welcome to the Sony Alpha Photographers podcast, Sony Artisan of Imagery Tony Gale interviews photographers who use Sony Alpha cameras. Talking about how they got started, their go to gear and more. New episodes on Mondays and Thursdays.
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We are talking to Natalia Doran on this week’s Wildlife Matters Podcast. Natalia founded Urban Squirrels, a London-based specialist grey squirrel rescue and is also an advocate for wildlife, being on the council of Animal Aid, a trustee of Farplace Animal Rescue and the academic charity Pan-Orthodox Concern for Animals. The Grey Squirrel, a cherish…
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It's a great time of year to grow lettuce and salad leaves. Sown directly in the ground or in pots, grow a variety of leaves for delicious salads this summer. Follow this easy Sowalong guide from GW senior content creator Sonya Patel Ellis. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
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Of the many reasons to garden, the presence of beautiful and interesting birds is among the most delightful. To explain how to make your garden bird-friendly, joining me on the podcast this week is Jen McGuinness, aka Frau Zinnie, the author of “Bird-Friendly Gardening: Guidance and Projects for Supporting Birds in Your Landscape.” Podcast Links fo…
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Earlier this year, UnCruise Adventures invited me to join them on their Small Ship, Wilderness Discover, for a seven-night cruise. We spent two full days in Glacier Bay National Park, seeking out the region's iconic glaciers. We explored the shores and fjords of the Tongass National Forest and the Tracy Arm Fjord and searched for wildlife—bears, wh…
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Can educational topics like trans ideology be handled better at home? Join us as Kristan Norton, candidate for the Utah State Board of Education, firmly argues they should be. We'll also dissect the multifaceted role of the Attorney General in Utah and evaluate the qualifications of the current candidates. Kristan reflects on her first term and sha…
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There’s little that’s more satisfying than making new plants for free! And it’s easier than you might think to make scores of your favourite plants for nothing through propagation. Carol Klein is an absolute master of propagation, able to make masses of new plants through cuttings of all kinds, dividing plants, layering, and growing from seeds – so…
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Send us a Text Message. Ever wondered how a glass of wine could spark a conversation about immigration, celebrity culture, and everything in between? This episode of Wine 30 with Andrew and Lindsay kicks off with a tasting session of a tangy 2022 Andis Sauvignon Blanc from the Sierra Foothills. We dissect its tart, citrusy notes and compare them to…
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Restore Nature Now London March and A Bronze Age Solstice day walk to Stonehenge. Hello and welcome to this week’s Wildlife Matters Podcast. We are fast approaching midsummer’s day—or solstice day—so we have followed a Bronze Age walk to Stonehenge on solstice morning 2023, and we would love it if you came along with us. Our journey will transport …
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What if the future of Southern Utah's natural landscapes hinged on a single highway project? Join us as we sit down with Holly Snow Canada, Executive Director of Conserve Southwest Utah, to tackle the contentious Northern Corridor project. Holly walks us through the Bureau of Land Management's recent admissions of legal and analytical oversights an…
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Visit Knoxville —Green Spaces, Artistic Flair, and Hidden Gems is the eighth episode in our series promoting Northeast Tennessee as a tourism destination. It is produced in collaboration with Visit Johnson City and regional partners hosting the OWAA's inaugural Field Fest event. Our guest is Kristen Combs, the Director of Communication and Social S…
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To kick of season 2 we are talking about a new pathway to change Adelaide’s tree trajectory. It’s Adelaide first metro-wide Urban Greening Strategy. Have your say: greenadelaide.sa.gov.au/projects/adelaide-greening-strategy Consultation open between 30 April and 28 June 2024. On behalf of the South Australian Government, we at Green Adelaide, relea…
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A garden full of colour all year round: it’s what most of us want from our outdoor spaces. But how realistic is the dream of having non-stop colour in your garden? Plantsman, author, designer and TV presenter Nick Bailey has written a book on the subject – 365 Days of Colour in Your Garden. He’s also written a series for BBC Gardeners’ World Magazi…
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Send us a Text Message. What transforms from sharp acidity to a sweet, cranberry-like delight? Discover the magic of the Pillars of Hercules, a 2021 red wine from Zamora, California, and join us for a tasting that evolves with each sip. As we savor this intriguing wine, we embark on a nostalgic journey through our favorite Disney movies, celebratin…
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French beans – there’s nothing quite like them. And there’s still time to get yours started for lovely fresh crops all through late summer. So join keen bean gardener and GW magazine sub editor Oliver Parsons as he shares his success and failures with these majestic towering crops – and learn his top tips for a bumper harvest this summer. Learn mor…
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Ever wondered how a simple YouTube glitch could lead to two intros for a single episode? This week on Drifting on Arroyo Podcast, we embark on a whirlwind of topics that promise both laughter and reflection. We start on a solemn note with the news of Jerry West's passing, briefly touch on the Boston basketball series, and lament a missed birthday s…
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About 80% of the population is allergic to the oily resin urushiol, the compound found in poison ivy that causes dermatitis — a burning, itching rash. Reactions to poison ivy range from mild to life-threatening, and I am among those who have ended up in the ER due to poison ivy exposure. As this three-leaved menace is in its peak season, I am revis…
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Terry Walton has been growing vegetables, fruit and flowers on his Rhondda Valley allotments in South Wales from a young age. With 50 years’ experience, Terry brings a wealth of allotment growing advice, practical gardening knowledge and tips learned over the years. Examining how gardening practises have changed and how climate, location and soil h…
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Boosting Economic Development and Adventure Tourism through the Boulder City Chamber of Commerce. Welcome back to another exciting episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series. Today we have an extraordinary guest, Jill Lagan, the CEO of the Boulder City Chamber of Commerce, and Host of The Best Dam Podcast. Jill's expertise in business promotion, event…
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What would you do if an unexpected emergency threw your life into chaos? This week, we sit down with Brennan Hill, a military intelligence officer and seasoned paramedic, to uncover the reality of emergency services in Southern Utah. Through Brennan's gripping firsthand accounts from his time as a combat medic and his harrowing experiences in New Y…
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There are many ways to enjoy nature around us, but how can working in harmony with nature boost our wellbeing? Art and horticultural psychotherapist, artist and gardener Errol Reuben Fernandes discusses why it’s important to take a more holistic approach to gardening. How do you work in the garden and what approaches do you take in the design? How …
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In this Convo of Flanigan’s Eco-Logic, Ted speaks with Sean Neman, Founder and CEO of Cal Solar Inc. Cal Solar Inc. proudly delivers reliable, full service renewable energy solutions for new construction, existing buildings, and retrofit projects throughout California. Their experienced in-house team of designers, engineers, and installers is equip…
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Series Eleven will cover episodes 100-104 and finish of the first season of The Deal with Animals. To find out more about Maui Humane Society and to make a donation towards the TDWA/MHS collaborative fundraiser... In this series we follow five staff members of Maui Humane Society as they experience the August 2023 wildfires on Maui and the extraord…
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Join us on this captivating episode of The Biome Podcast as we dive into the fascinating world of Golden Eagles and their extraordinary eyesight. In the first half of the episode, our Animal Spotlight segment takes you on a journey into the lives of these majestic birds. Discover how Golden Eagles utilize their sharp vision to hunt, navigate their …
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Send us a Text Message. Ever had a bottle of wine freeze on you? It sparked quite the adventure in our latest chat, from sipping a delightful Kurranui Marlboro Sauvignon Blanc to navigating the complexities of inflation on wine prices. We also took a trip down memory lane to discuss the unique hurdles millennials face in the housing market, and Lin…
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Transforming Urban Landscapes: Creating Circular Systems Through Regenerative Farming, With The Urban Farm. Welcome to another exciting episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series! In today's episode, we sit down with Greg Peterson, a food system educator, urban farmer, and host of The Urban Farm podcast. We'll delve into the crucial principles of rege…
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What if you could make your home cooler and more energy-efficient with a few expert tips? Join us as we chat with Lano, RK-67 about his recent air conditioning installation adventure. From running ducting to deciding between smart and simple thermostats, we’ve got all the insights you need to make your home the perfect retreat from the summer heat.…
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Controlling deer is a challenge for many gardeners, whether they have ornamental gardens or are raising vegetables, not to mention rabbits, squirrels, groundhogs, raccoons, moles and voles. To explore the most effective ways to control nuisance wildlife, I spoke with wildlife damage management specialist Marne Titchenell, who shared her advice on w…
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D-Day 80th Anniversary Special: Can you imagine being responsible as a gardener for thousands of important sites across six continents? That’s the inspiring challenge that Commonwealth War Graves Commission Head of Horticulture David Richardson takes on every day. Join us on this 80th Anniversary of D-Day we meet him to discuss his exciting work ac…
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Join us as we chat to Caitlyn Johnstone, a Nature Based Solutions Scientist from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE), to explore how plants and ecosystems can transform our cities. Discover how integrating nature-based solutions can make monumental differences in tackling urban issues like flooding and heat. We hear about RBGE's Plants with P…
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Visit Kingsport—Outdoor Adventure and Economic Growth is the seventh episode in our series promoting Northeast Tennessee as a tourism destination. It is produced in collaboration with Visit Johnson City and regional partners hosting the OWAA's inaugural Field Fest event. Our guests are Lara Potter and Chelsea Ketron. Lara is the vice president of V…
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Is the Republican primary system in Utah undermining true conservative values? Join us as we dissect the intricate web of caucus conventions, delegate voting processes, and the controversies surrounding SB54. Gary Henderson and I delve into the tension between America First principles and establishment politics, revealing the societal reluctance to…
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How do you plan, grow and enjoy produce from your plot throughout the year? What low-maintenance gardening tips can produce luscious legumes, robust roots and celebratory cucurbits? Plants-person, author and Gardeners’ World presenter, Frances Tophill discusses how to create a productive vegetable garden while juggling a busy life. With tips for wh…
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In EcoNet News, Volume 26, Issue #5, Ted shares his highlights from his trip to the land of enchantment, Sante Fe, New Mexico, to visit his daughter Sierra who is living there. He also highlights the global clothing glut, seaweed clothing, South Korea's solar bike path, streetlight-mounted EV chargers, the first school district in the country in Oa…
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Send us a Text Message. What makes the perfect wine experience, and how does it compare to the thrill of live music? In this episode of Wine 30, we explore the delightful Villa Molino Soave 2022, sharing our tasting impressions and the unique charm of selecting it from Trader Joe's. We transport you to the BottleRock music festival, recounting emot…
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Collecting Critical Field Data for Conservation with Adventure Scientists Welcome to another exciting episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series! In today's episode, we sit down with Alison Ormsby, a distinguished forest specialist at Adventure Scientists. With a rich background in environmental studies and over 20 years of experience as a professor, …
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What happens when a beloved comedy classic meets the everyday chaos of family life? Find out as we kick off this episode with a heartfelt tribute to our military personnel, reflecting on the true essence of Memorial Day. We then shift gears to a personal tale of attending a fair and celebrating my mom's birthday—our biggest fan, who's thankfully on…
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Of all the tools you use in the garden, your body is the most important, and maintaining it is pivotal. To explain how gardeners can make small changes in their gardening routines to protect and strengthen their bodies, movement expert Katy Bowman joins me on the podcast this week. Podcast Links for Show notes Download my free eBook 5 Steps to Your…
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Comedian and writer Griff Rhys Jones is best known for starring in TV comedy series such as Not the Nine O'Clock News and Alas Smith and Jones. But Griff is also a keen gardener and has a gorgeous garden, full of carefully clipped topiary, at his home in East Anglia. Discover how he created this garden, how he is tackling box moth, and what his big…
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In this Convo of Flanigan’s Eco-Logic, Ted speaks with Beth Pratt, the Regional Executive Director of the California Regional Center of the National Wildlife Federation. She is a lifelong advocate for wildlife, and has worked in environmental leadership roles for over twenty-five years. She has also spearheaded the #SaveLACougars campaign to collab…
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Prepare to embark on a journey through the heart of Southern Utah as we unravel the complex tapestry of urban development and nature conservation. Alongside Washington County Attorneys Eric Clarke and Courtney Sinagra, we take a deep dive into the proposed Northern Corridor project, dissecting the effects of burgeoning traffic in St. George and the…
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On this ep, we are chatting about Yitpi Yartapuultiku, meaning in English 'the Soul of Port Adelaide', which is a new Aboriginal Cultural Space being built in the heart of Port Adelaide by the local council, the City of Port Adelaide Enfield. Yitpi Yartapuultiku aims to heal Country, bring the community together and provide a place for events and t…
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Join Gardeners’ World presenter and designer Adam Frost for a behind-the-scenes tour of show gardens at home and abroad, including gold medal-winning creations at RHS Chelsea Flower Show and exciting plans for a pot to plate garden at this year’s BBC Gardener’s World Live. Plus find top tips on how to best experience show gardens for ideas and insp…
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