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adn40mx
Informativo vespertino 04/01/2022

adn40mx

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 8:37


-CDMX ampliará pruebas de detección de COVID-19 -AMLO reiteró llamado a clases presenciales en universidades -Licencias de conducir en Baja California ya no son permanentes

Uniradioinforma
Entrevista con Miguel Alfredo Nuño García, Delegado de la Secretaría de Educación de Baja California en Tijuana.

Uniradioinforma

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 14:02


Esta mañana en #Noticias7AM, realizamos una entrevista vía telefónica con Miguel Alfredo Nuño García, Delegado de la Secretaría de Educación de Baja California en Tijuana, quien informa que el regreso a clases será el 4 de Enero, pero sólo de manera virtual, mientras que el regreso presencial será el 17 de este mes.

Slow Baja
Travel Talk With Slow Baja Meet Iran Leonardo Verdugo Director of Tourism for Rosarito Baja California

Slow Baja

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 18:20


Today's Travel Talk with Slow Baja has me chatting with Iran Leonardo Verdugo, Director of Tourism for Rosarito Baja, California. I wanted to sit down with Iran to learn more about Rosarito's pivot to adventure tourism. Most know of Rosarito's famous beach, but it also boasts seven of Baja's best hiking trails. In addition to the traditional hiking trails, there's the newly-created Medano Trail that looks like an excellent getaway for bikepacking, horseback riding, or a slow scenic drive in a vintage 4x4. Iran reveals K-38 Taco Surf is his favorite taco shop, and I realize I've been eating at the "tourist" taco shop for years. If the tacos are that good at the "tourist" shop, I cant wait to check out Taco Surf. Visit the Rosarito Travel Website Follow Rosarito Travel on Instagram Follow Rosarito Travel on Facebook Follow Iran Verdugo on Instagram Follow Jimny en Baja on Instagram

Noticentro
Estados Unidos canceló más de mil vuelos debido al aumento de casos por ómicron

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 1:23


Estados Unidos canceló más de mil vuelos debido al aumento de casos por ómicronLa gobernadora de Baja California, descartó nuevos impuestos para 2022 en la entidadLos sudafricanos se despiden del arzobispo, Desmond Tutu

Platica y TomaVinoMexicano
Episodio 26 - Temporada 3 - Luis Esquivel - Orígenes y Terruños

Platica y TomaVinoMexicano

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 59:28


Stratfor Podcast
Essential Geopolitics: Cartels Target Mexico's Luxury Beaches

Stratfor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 5:04


Mexico's tourist resorts in the Baja California and Yucatan peninsulas have been long considered to be safe from the Cartel violence that has wracked other parts of the country. However, that reputation is in danger. Cartel violence is encroaching. One shocking incident occurred in November when 15 cartel gunmen arrived by boat outside two luxury resorts in Cancun to target drug dealers on the beach. Two drug dealers were killed and a tourist was wounded. Blake Laytham, Global Security Analyst at RANE discusses why this is happening. Sign up for RANE Worldview and get access to the entire global geopolitical forecast for 2022. Subscribe here and get a special subscription price.

Entrevistas de Paola Rojas
Entrevista con Dra. María José Villanueva, Dir. de Conservación WWF México y Emilia Marín, Oficial de Pesquerías WWF Méx

Entrevistas de Paola Rojas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 5:13


Las redes fantasmas son consideradas el principal factor nocivo para las especies marinas en Cabo Pulmo, Baja California

Uniradioinforma
Entrevista con Gina Cruz, Senadora del PAN por Baja California.

Uniradioinforma

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 12:59


Esta mañana en #Noticias7AM, realizamos una entrevista vía telefónica con Gina Cruz, Senadora del PAN por Baja California, y presidente de la Comisión de Relaciones Exteriores de América del Norte, quien nos platica sobre la presentación de juicio político contra el ex gobernador Jaime Bonilla.

adn40mx
Informativo matutino 15/12/2021

adn40mx

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 8:19


- Colapso en techo de una plaza comercial en Baja California, deja un muerto - México y EUA instalan plan de seguridad binacional contra tráfico de drogas, armas y personas - Dan 20 años de prisión al asesino del periodista Israel Vázquez

TRES PARA LLEVAR
T3 E20. La Pasión Barista por el Arte Latte

TRES PARA LLEVAR

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 37:21


Baja California se ha posicionado como un punto de referencia nacional del café de especialidad, y cada vez hay más y mejores baristas en sus cafeterías. Muchos de ellos se preparan año con año para las competencias de café, entre ellas la 1era Competencia de Arte Latte de Baja California. ¡Acompáñanos a descubrir más sobre el arte cafetalero con el ganador de la primera edición, Yael Mendoza (fundador de Xcaanda Cofee Bar & Roasters)! Conoce más de Xcaanda Bar & Roaster en sus cuentas: https://www.instagram.com/xcaanda.ens/ https://www.facebook.com/xcaandacoffeeroasters --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/3parallevar/message

Circle Of Insight- Foreign Affairs
SKYROCKETING VIOLENCE IN BAJA CALIFORNIA HAS LED TO A SPECIAL FEDERAL MILITARY INTERVENTION

Circle Of Insight- Foreign Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 2:59


Organized Crime Podcast
SKYROCKETING VIOLENCE IN BAJA CALIFORNIA HAS LED TO A SPECIAL FEDERAL MILITARY INTERVENTION

Organized Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 2:59


4tMexico podcast
#ConferenciaPresidente del 13 de diciembre de 2021

4tMexico podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 136:56


Da resultados el plan de reforzamiento de seguridad en entidades con mayor incidencia delictiva: presidente El presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador afirmó que está dando resultados el plan para pacificar los nueve estados de la República que registran altos índices delictivos, particularmente en homicidios dolosos. “Va bien el plan que se instrumentó, que se echó a andar, que se puso en práctica desde que fuimos. Por las medidas que se tomaron tengo información de que están mejorando las cosas en Zacatecas. Estamos hablando de 15 días”, apuntó. Recordó que, como parte de la estrategia, se seleccionaron las entidades federativas con base en las estadísticas de incidencia. Participan en la implementación por parte del gobierno federal la Guardia Nacional y las secretarías de Marina y de la Defensa Nacional. “Estamos visitando esos estados, solo nos falta Sonora, aunque hace relativamente poco fuimos, de los nueve. En esos nueve están incluidos Chihuahua, estuvimos el fin de semana y Baja California, esos dos. (…) Ya fuimos a Jalisco, ya estuvimos en Guanajuato, en Zacatecas (…) Michoacán, y nos falta Sonora. Estamos atendiendo todo, pero poniendo énfasis en homicidios”, acotó. En conferencia de prensa matutina indicó que en el encuentro del 16 de diciembre con gobernadoras y gobernadores revisará las acciones que se llevarán a cabo en materia de seguridad y protección civil durante 2022. Avanza creación de Áreas Naturales Protegidas; 4T dejará legado de protección ambiental El presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador anunció que esta semana firmará el acuerdo para el rescate de la Sierra de San Miguelito en San Luis Potosí con el objetivo de consolidarla como Área Nacional Protegida. Sostuvo que “vamos a dejar muchos parques con áreas protegidas para cuidar el ambiente y para el disfrute de la gente”. El mandatario dio a conocer que el gobierno estatal de Quintana Roo aportará terrenos en Tulum, los cuales se adaptarán al plan de ordenamiento territorial y protección de zonas arqueológicas. El resultado será un espacio recreativo de más de 300 hectáreas de extensión que llevará el nombre de El Parque del Jaguar. “Junto está un aeropuerto de la Marina y junto también tiene terrenos el gobierno del estado. Entonces vamos a convertir toda esa área en un parque de cultura, de recreación, ecológico. No se va a permitir ninguna construcción. Es para que la gente pueda tener su parque. Van a ser como 300 hectáreas más lo que tiene ahora la zona arqueológica y así como este parque, vamos a tener otro en Calkiní de más de 2 mil hectáreas”, explicó.

Narcology
SKYROCKETING VIOLENCE IN BAJA CALIFORNIA HAS LED TO A SPECIAL FEDERAL MILITARY INTERVENTION

Narcology

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 3:05


Presidente AMLO. Conferencias matutinas
Sábado 11 diciembre 2021 Conferencia de prensa matutina #750 desde Baja California - presidente AMLO

Presidente AMLO. Conferencias matutinas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 85:03


Continuamos las reuniones del Gabinete de Seguridad y las conferencias sabatinas en los estados que requieren atención especial durante su proceso de pacificación. Hoy sesionamos en Tijuana, Baja California. Expresamos nuestro respaldo a la gobernadora Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda. Anunciamos que el 16 de diciembre nos reuniremos con las y los integrantes de la Conferencia Nacional de Gobernadores en Villahermosa, Tabasco, para tratar temas relacionados con la protección civil, la aprobación del plan anual nacional de seguridad pública y el impulso a la pensión universal para personas con discapacidad.

Noticentro
Una pipa de gasolina volcó en la autopista a Reynosa

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 1:29


Una pipa de gasolina volcó en la autopista a ReynosaCasa del Peregrino permanecerá cerrada para evitar aglomeraciones y contagios de Covid19Se pronostica posible caída de aguanieve en sierras de Baja California, Chihuahua y Sonora

Joaquín López-Dóriga
Pronóstico del clima para el 09-12-2021

Joaquín López-Dóriga

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 0:29


Fuertes vientos y posibilidad de aguanieve en Chihuahua, Sonora y Baja California; el reporte del ingeniero Alberto Hernández Unzón en Radiofórmula y Telefórmula

Atando Cabos
¡Buenas noticias! Los contagios han disminuido un 19% en el país: José Ángel Ramírez, periodista

Atando Cabos

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 2:51


El periodista puntualizó que los contagios en el país han disminuido de manera generalizada, a excepción de estados como Chihuahua y Baja California, en donde las hospitalizaciones aumentan.

El Free-Guey
Cuentas de hospital resultan peores que el COVID-19

El Free-Guey

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 55:28


Nuestros anfitriones de El Free-Guey Show continúan con nuestra campaña "Angel de Esperanza" en el que se unen al clamor de cientos de familias, para abrir  corazones y ayudar a nuestros niños del St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, en el tratamiento contra el cáncer.Univision tiene ahora un servicio de noticias 24/7 a las que puedes acceder desde tus dispositivos móviles a través de PrendeTV.Amaba tanto a su troca, que quizo que lo enterraran con ella. Parece el estribillo de un corrido, pero resultó cierto y el caso se conoció en Baja California. 

Noticentro
CNDH solicita investigar asesinato de tres personas en Guaymas

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 1:25


•Detectan en Veracruz una red de agiotistas •Baja California avanza a color amarillo•Más información en nuestro podcast

Así las cosas
Cobro de piso, secreto a voces en Baja California: Teresa Martínez

Así las cosas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 9:07


La extorsión es un delito que se vive con angustia y de manera solitaria, afirma la investigadora asociada de México Evalúa

Espooky Tales
Terrifying Angels

Espooky Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 47:54


Angels, at first thought, what do you picture? A beautiful being, with wings, rosy cheeks and long hair? Angels have been described as the opposite of this and today, MJ tells you about terrifying angel descriptions, Cristina tells you some creepy and disturbing angel stories and MJ takes us to Baja California, Mexico, for a fallen angel encounter. We were supposed to share a listener story, but Cristina forgot to prepare one. If you have a spooky story you want us to share, send it to us at Espookytales@gmail.comEspooky Tales on Tiktok | Instagram |Twitter |FacebookSupport Espooky TalesMusic Credit: Silent Night (Dark Piano Version)-Myuu                  Link for sourcesEpisode art credit "Scary angel" by bartb_pt is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 

¡Qué Buena Vida! Podcast
Las Vegas ft. Luis Herrero

¡Qué Buena Vida! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 46:16


En este episodio, las muchachas le pichean a Juany así que nos buscamos a Luis Herrero para hablar de su primer viaje a Las Vegas.  Con Juany Nadal y Luis Herrero. ¿Necesitas ayudas utilizando tus puntos o millas? ¿Quiéres que evalúemos tus opciones? ¡Envía tus preguntas por Instagram, Facebook y Twitter y te podemos seleccionar para ayudarte! Si te gusta Que Buena Vida!, recuerda dejarnos 5 estrellas Michellin en Apple Podcasts. Y síguenos en Instagram, Facebook y Twitter.  No olvides visitar Puerto Rico Eats y seguirlos en Instagram, Facebook y Twitter. ***SHOW NOTES*** HOTELES     Circus Circus - el hotel más sucio del strip.      Caesar's Palace     Winn Resorts     Excalibur (No recomendado)     Flamingo Hotel     Vdarra     New York, New York     Golden Nugget (Downtown)     Park MGM     Resorts World by Hillton     Cosmopolitan (se puede bookear via Bonvoy)     Circa, hotel en downtown enfocado en “sports betting” RESTAURANTES     Nobu en el Caesar's Palace     Food Court de restaurantes asiáticos en Resorts World. Recomendado y bueno precio.      Tacos el Gordo, tacos estilo Baja California. Un clásico.      Lindo Michoacán, restaurante mexicano off the strip     Peppermill Diner     Komol, restaurante tailandés off the strip. De los mejores de EE.UU. y a precios inigualables     Vic & Anthony's, steakhouse dentro del Golden Nugget. Pidan el Chateaubriand     Zuma, restaurante japonés en el Cosmopolitan AMMENITIES          The LINQ (estrella que erróneamente Luis dijo que se llama The Circle)     Area15, parque de diversiones para rarito     Absinthe, show en el Caesar's Palace     Cirque de Soleil - Michael Jackson     Encore Beach Club - club y disco party en piscina     Wet Republic - club de piscina     Chequea los outlets para buenas ofertas en marcas premium See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - PETER DAVENPORT - The National UFO Reporting Center - NUFORC

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 41:27


Peter Davenport has been director of the National UFO Reporting Center since 1994. Peter reports UFO sighting cases regularly on the Jeff Rense Radio Show and presents lectures on specific UFO cases, most notably the Phoenix Lights sighting. In addition to being the director of the National UFO Reporting Center, Peter has served as the director of investigations for the Washington Chapter of the Mutual UFO Network. Peter has had an active interest in the UFO phenomenon from his early boyhood. He experienced his first UFO sighting over the St. Louis municipal airport in the summer of 1954, and he investigated his first UFO case during the summer of 1965 in Exeter, New Hampshire. Peter has been witness to several anomalous events, possibly UFO related, including a dramatic sighting over Baja California in February 1990, and several nighttime sightings over Washington State during 1992. Peter received his undergraduate education at Stanford University in California, where he earned bachelor's degrees in both Russian and biology, as well as a translator's certificate in Russian translation. His graduate education was completed at the University of Washington in Seattle, where he earned an M.S. degree in the genetics and biochemistry of fish from the College of Fisheries, as well as an M.B.A. degree in finance and international business from the Graduate School of Business. Peter has worked as a college instructor, a commercial fisherman, a Russian translator in the Soviet Union, a fisheries observer aboard Soviet fishing vessels, a flight instructor, and a businessman. Peter was the founding president of a Seattle-based biotechnology company, which currently employs over 300 scientists and technicians. In 1986, Peter was a candidate for the Washington State legislature, and in 1992, he was a candidate for the U. S. House of Representatives.- *** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Zone TV Channel Radio Feed (Free - No Subscription Required) - https://www.spreaker.com/show/xztv-the-x-zone-tv-show-audio The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com (Free)To contact Rob McConnell - misterx@xzoneradiotv.com

Crónicas de NoticiasYa
Temporada 2: Trastorno de Estrés Postraumático, el fantasma que persigue muchos veteranos

Crónicas de NoticiasYa

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 4:10


Las experiencias de la guerra llevan a muchos soldados a sufrir Trastorno de Estrés Postraumático. Armando Monzón, psicólogo egresado de la Universidad de Baja California nos explica sobre este trastorno. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ordinarily Extraordinary - Conversations with women in STEM
Project Scientist - The Girls' Story - Two 11 & 12 Year Old Girls Share Their Experiences in Project Scientist

Ordinarily Extraordinary - Conversations with women in STEM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 54:20


Siena (12) and Ilyana (11) are two girls that are in Project Scientist. Project Scientist is a program designed to inspire young girls to consider STEM careers. Project scientist aims to nurture these future scientists to be tomorrow's leaders and be change makers. Project Scientist's founder, Sandy Marshall, was previously a guest on Episode 60. This episode brings the girls (a.k.a. scientists) perspective on this wonderful program.Episode NotesIlyana and Siena have had some amazing experiences thanks to Project Scientist. They have met a female astronaut, seen space ships, visited SpaceX and JPL, and more. Project Scientist focuses on expeditions to different companies where they can meet and interact women in various STEM careers at the companies they work at.We discuss confidence and all girls schools vs. co-ed schools and what they want to do when they grow up and how Project Scientist has shaped this. They also share their perspectives on climate change and their hopes for the future - both theirs and our planets.Music used in the podcast: Higher Up, Silverman Sound StudioAcronyms, Definitions, and Fact CheckProject Scientist: https://projectscientist.orgJPL (Jet Propulsion Laboratory) - The Jet Propulsion Laboratory is a federally funded research and development center and NASA field center in the city of Pasadena in California, United States. Founded in the 1930s, JPL is owned by NASA and managed by the nearby California Institute of Technology.The Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover will search for signs of ancient microbial life, which will advance NASA's quest to explore the past habitability of Mars. The rover has a drill to collect core samples of Martian rock and soil, then store them in sealed tubes for pickup by a future mission that would ferry them back to Earth for detailed analysis. Perseverance will also test technologies to help pave the way for future human exploration of Mars. (https://mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/mission/overview/). It landed on Mars on February 18, 2021. It left earth on July 30, 2020. (wikipedia)Virgin Galactic - an American spaceflight company founded by Richard Branson and his British Virgin Group retains an 18% stake through Virgin Investments Limited. It is headquartered in California, USA, and operates from New Mexico. (wikipedia)In order to climb into such a spacecraft people are required to wear so-called "bunny suits" which prevent items such as hair, skin flakes, etc. from contaminating the inside of the spacecraft. (http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewnews.html?id=968)Hyperloop - Founder Arthur Valkieser started Hydraloop based on an insight: “It's absurd that in the 21st century people still keep flushing their toilets with precious water, as it is becoming scarcer every day.” After installing one of the first prototypes of a decentral water recycling system in his own home, he became invested in water recycling. Valkieser spent years of research and development to create a compact, affordable, stylish, easy-to-use, low maintenance device that saves 45% on water usage and sewage emission, but also saves energy and reduces carbon footprint. The challenge was to create a system that drastically reduces water usage without compromise on living comfort or personal hygiene. He brought first Hydraloop to market in 2017: Within three years, Hydraloop installed its innovative systems in countries throughout Europe and Africa and gained international recognition for its sustainable approach.The Santa Ana winds are strong, extremely dry downslope winds that originate inland and affect coastal southern California and northern Baja California. They originate from cool, dry high-pressure air masses in the Great Basin. Santa Ana winds are known for the hot, dry weather that they bring in autumn (often the h

Built To Go! A #Vanlife Podcast
099 Recycling Revisited, Recirculating Showers, Baja California, Muli-Cord, COVID Restrictions

Built To Go! A #Vanlife Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 31:01


We need to have a chat about recycling, and why in many cases recycling LESS is MORE. We'll also visit Baja California, try out a “too good to be true” charging cable, find a way to sort though all the different COVID restrictions, and take a look at recirculating showers.  Your host investigating a New Holland in Mazatlán FIND US: We're on Facebook (Built to Go Group), Instagram (@collegeofcuriosity), Twitter (@colofcuriosity), and we have a Discord server (invite at top of main page at builttogo.com.) Product Review - MulitCordIt does what it says No brand name, but this one actually seems to work! Great for emergencies.  https://amzn.to/3ofFzjL Resource Recommendation - COVID Restrictions This one-stop shop is as up-to-date as anything https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/world.php Tech Talk - Recirculating Showers 15 minute showers sound great, but there's a price to pay Wanderful Revolution has an honest and complete review - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eTBfi9uo4M Some links are affiliate links. If you purchase anything from these links, the show will receive a small fee. This will not impact your price in any way. 

New Books in Anthropology
Michelle Téllez, "Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas: Autonomy in the Spaces of Neoliberal Neglect" (U Arizona Press, 2021)

New Books in Anthropology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 63:27


Near Tijuana, Baja California, the autonomous community of Maclovio Rojas demonstrates what is possible for urban place-based political movements. More than a community, Maclovio Rojas is a women-led social movement that works for economic and political autonomy to address issues of health, education, housing, nutrition, and security. Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas: Autonomy in the Spaces of Neoliberal Neglect (U Arizona Press, 2021) tells the story of the community's struggle to carve out space for survival and thriving in the shadows of the U.S.-Mexico geopolitical border. This ethnography by Michelle Téllez demonstrates the state's neglect in providing social services and local infrastructure. This neglect exacerbates the structural violence endemic to the border region—a continuation of colonial systems of power on the urban, rural, and racialized poor. Téllez shows that in creating the community of Maclovio Rojas, residents have challenged prescriptive notions of nation and belonging. Through women's active participation and leadership, a women's political subjectivity has emerged—Maclovianas. These border women both contest and invoke their citizenship as they struggle to have their land rights recognized, and they transform traditional political roles into that of agency and responsibility. This book highlights the U.S.-Mexico borderlands as a space of resistance, conviviality, agency, and creative community building where transformative politics can take place. It shows hope, struggle, and possibility in the context of gendered violences of racial capitalism on the Mexican side of the U.S.-Mexico border. David-James Gonzales (DJ) is Assistant Professor of History at Brigham Young University. He is a historian of migration, urbanization, and social movements in the U.S., and specializes in Latina/o/x politics and social movements. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

New Books Network
Michelle Téllez, "Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas: Autonomy in the Spaces of Neoliberal Neglect" (U Arizona Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 63:27


Near Tijuana, Baja California, the autonomous community of Maclovio Rojas demonstrates what is possible for urban place-based political movements. More than a community, Maclovio Rojas is a women-led social movement that works for economic and political autonomy to address issues of health, education, housing, nutrition, and security. Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas: Autonomy in the Spaces of Neoliberal Neglect (U Arizona Press, 2021) tells the story of the community's struggle to carve out space for survival and thriving in the shadows of the U.S.-Mexico geopolitical border. This ethnography by Michelle Téllez demonstrates the state's neglect in providing social services and local infrastructure. This neglect exacerbates the structural violence endemic to the border region—a continuation of colonial systems of power on the urban, rural, and racialized poor. Téllez shows that in creating the community of Maclovio Rojas, residents have challenged prescriptive notions of nation and belonging. Through women's active participation and leadership, a women's political subjectivity has emerged—Maclovianas. These border women both contest and invoke their citizenship as they struggle to have their land rights recognized, and they transform traditional political roles into that of agency and responsibility. This book highlights the U.S.-Mexico borderlands as a space of resistance, conviviality, agency, and creative community building where transformative politics can take place. It shows hope, struggle, and possibility in the context of gendered violences of racial capitalism on the Mexican side of the U.S.-Mexico border. David-James Gonzales (DJ) is Assistant Professor of History at Brigham Young University. He is a historian of migration, urbanization, and social movements in the U.S., and specializes in Latina/o/x politics and social movements. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Latin American Studies
Michelle Téllez, "Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas: Autonomy in the Spaces of Neoliberal Neglect" (U Arizona Press, 2021)

New Books in Latin American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 63:27


Near Tijuana, Baja California, the autonomous community of Maclovio Rojas demonstrates what is possible for urban place-based political movements. More than a community, Maclovio Rojas is a women-led social movement that works for economic and political autonomy to address issues of health, education, housing, nutrition, and security. Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas: Autonomy in the Spaces of Neoliberal Neglect (U Arizona Press, 2021) tells the story of the community's struggle to carve out space for survival and thriving in the shadows of the U.S.-Mexico geopolitical border. This ethnography by Michelle Téllez demonstrates the state's neglect in providing social services and local infrastructure. This neglect exacerbates the structural violence endemic to the border region—a continuation of colonial systems of power on the urban, rural, and racialized poor. Téllez shows that in creating the community of Maclovio Rojas, residents have challenged prescriptive notions of nation and belonging. Through women's active participation and leadership, a women's political subjectivity has emerged—Maclovianas. These border women both contest and invoke their citizenship as they struggle to have their land rights recognized, and they transform traditional political roles into that of agency and responsibility. This book highlights the U.S.-Mexico borderlands as a space of resistance, conviviality, agency, and creative community building where transformative politics can take place. It shows hope, struggle, and possibility in the context of gendered violences of racial capitalism on the Mexican side of the U.S.-Mexico border. David-James Gonzales (DJ) is Assistant Professor of History at Brigham Young University. He is a historian of migration, urbanization, and social movements in the U.S., and specializes in Latina/o/x politics and social movements. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latin-american-studies

New Books in Critical Theory
Michelle Téllez, "Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas: Autonomy in the Spaces of Neoliberal Neglect" (U Arizona Press, 2021)

New Books in Critical Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 63:27


Near Tijuana, Baja California, the autonomous community of Maclovio Rojas demonstrates what is possible for urban place-based political movements. More than a community, Maclovio Rojas is a women-led social movement that works for economic and political autonomy to address issues of health, education, housing, nutrition, and security. Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas: Autonomy in the Spaces of Neoliberal Neglect (U Arizona Press, 2021) tells the story of the community's struggle to carve out space for survival and thriving in the shadows of the U.S.-Mexico geopolitical border. This ethnography by Michelle Téllez demonstrates the state's neglect in providing social services and local infrastructure. This neglect exacerbates the structural violence endemic to the border region—a continuation of colonial systems of power on the urban, rural, and racialized poor. Téllez shows that in creating the community of Maclovio Rojas, residents have challenged prescriptive notions of nation and belonging. Through women's active participation and leadership, a women's political subjectivity has emerged—Maclovianas. These border women both contest and invoke their citizenship as they struggle to have their land rights recognized, and they transform traditional political roles into that of agency and responsibility. This book highlights the U.S.-Mexico borderlands as a space of resistance, conviviality, agency, and creative community building where transformative politics can take place. It shows hope, struggle, and possibility in the context of gendered violences of racial capitalism on the Mexican side of the U.S.-Mexico border. David-James Gonzales (DJ) is Assistant Professor of History at Brigham Young University. He is a historian of migration, urbanization, and social movements in the U.S., and specializes in Latina/o/x politics and social movements. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory

New Books in Latin American Studies
Michelle Téllez, "Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas: Autonomy in the Spaces of Neoliberal Neglect" (U Arizona Press, 2021)

New Books in Latin American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 63:27


Near Tijuana, Baja California, the autonomous community of Maclovio Rojas demonstrates what is possible for urban place-based political movements. More than a community, Maclovio Rojas is a women-led social movement that works for economic and political autonomy to address issues of health, education, housing, nutrition, and security. Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas: Autonomy in the Spaces of Neoliberal Neglect (U Arizona Press, 2021) tells the story of the community's struggle to carve out space for survival and thriving in the shadows of the U.S.-Mexico geopolitical border. This ethnography by Michelle Téllez demonstrates the state's neglect in providing social services and local infrastructure. This neglect exacerbates the structural violence endemic to the border region—a continuation of colonial systems of power on the urban, rural, and racialized poor. Téllez shows that in creating the community of Maclovio Rojas, residents have challenged prescriptive notions of nation and belonging. Through women's active participation and leadership, a women's political subjectivity has emerged—Maclovianas. These border women both contest and invoke their citizenship as they struggle to have their land rights recognized, and they transform traditional political roles into that of agency and responsibility. This book highlights the U.S.-Mexico borderlands as a space of resistance, conviviality, agency, and creative community building where transformative politics can take place. It shows hope, struggle, and possibility in the context of gendered violences of racial capitalism on the Mexican side of the U.S.-Mexico border. David-James Gonzales (DJ) is Assistant Professor of History at Brigham Young University. He is a historian of migration, urbanization, and social movements in the U.S., and specializes in Latina/o/x politics and social movements. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latin-american-studies

New Books in Latino Studies
Michelle Téllez, "Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas: Autonomy in the Spaces of Neoliberal Neglect" (U Arizona Press, 2021)

New Books in Latino Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 63:27


Near Tijuana, Baja California, the autonomous community of Maclovio Rojas demonstrates what is possible for urban place-based political movements. More than a community, Maclovio Rojas is a women-led social movement that works for economic and political autonomy to address issues of health, education, housing, nutrition, and security. Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas: Autonomy in the Spaces of Neoliberal Neglect (U Arizona Press, 2021) tells the story of the community's struggle to carve out space for survival and thriving in the shadows of the U.S.-Mexico geopolitical border. This ethnography by Michelle Téllez demonstrates the state's neglect in providing social services and local infrastructure. This neglect exacerbates the structural violence endemic to the border region—a continuation of colonial systems of power on the urban, rural, and racialized poor. Téllez shows that in creating the community of Maclovio Rojas, residents have challenged prescriptive notions of nation and belonging. Through women's active participation and leadership, a women's political subjectivity has emerged—Maclovianas. These border women both contest and invoke their citizenship as they struggle to have their land rights recognized, and they transform traditional political roles into that of agency and responsibility. This book highlights the U.S.-Mexico borderlands as a space of resistance, conviviality, agency, and creative community building where transformative politics can take place. It shows hope, struggle, and possibility in the context of gendered violences of racial capitalism on the Mexican side of the U.S.-Mexico border. David-James Gonzales (DJ) is Assistant Professor of History at Brigham Young University. He is a historian of migration, urbanization, and social movements in the U.S., and specializes in Latina/o/x politics and social movements. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latino-studies

New Books in Geography
Michelle Téllez, "Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas: Autonomy in the Spaces of Neoliberal Neglect" (U Arizona Press, 2021)

New Books in Geography

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 63:27


Near Tijuana, Baja California, the autonomous community of Maclovio Rojas demonstrates what is possible for urban place-based political movements. More than a community, Maclovio Rojas is a women-led social movement that works for economic and political autonomy to address issues of health, education, housing, nutrition, and security. Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas: Autonomy in the Spaces of Neoliberal Neglect (U Arizona Press, 2021) tells the story of the community's struggle to carve out space for survival and thriving in the shadows of the U.S.-Mexico geopolitical border. This ethnography by Michelle Téllez demonstrates the state's neglect in providing social services and local infrastructure. This neglect exacerbates the structural violence endemic to the border region—a continuation of colonial systems of power on the urban, rural, and racialized poor. Téllez shows that in creating the community of Maclovio Rojas, residents have challenged prescriptive notions of nation and belonging. Through women's active participation and leadership, a women's political subjectivity has emerged—Maclovianas. These border women both contest and invoke their citizenship as they struggle to have their land rights recognized, and they transform traditional political roles into that of agency and responsibility. This book highlights the U.S.-Mexico borderlands as a space of resistance, conviviality, agency, and creative community building where transformative politics can take place. It shows hope, struggle, and possibility in the context of gendered violences of racial capitalism on the Mexican side of the U.S.-Mexico border. David-James Gonzales (DJ) is Assistant Professor of History at Brigham Young University. He is a historian of migration, urbanization, and social movements in the U.S., and specializes in Latina/o/x politics and social movements. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/geography

New Books in Gender Studies
Michelle Téllez, "Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas: Autonomy in the Spaces of Neoliberal Neglect" (U Arizona Press, 2021)

New Books in Gender Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 63:27


Near Tijuana, Baja California, the autonomous community of Maclovio Rojas demonstrates what is possible for urban place-based political movements. More than a community, Maclovio Rojas is a women-led social movement that works for economic and political autonomy to address issues of health, education, housing, nutrition, and security. Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas: Autonomy in the Spaces of Neoliberal Neglect (U Arizona Press, 2021) tells the story of the community's struggle to carve out space for survival and thriving in the shadows of the U.S.-Mexico geopolitical border. This ethnography by Michelle Téllez demonstrates the state's neglect in providing social services and local infrastructure. This neglect exacerbates the structural violence endemic to the border region—a continuation of colonial systems of power on the urban, rural, and racialized poor. Téllez shows that in creating the community of Maclovio Rojas, residents have challenged prescriptive notions of nation and belonging. Through women's active participation and leadership, a women's political subjectivity has emerged—Maclovianas. These border women both contest and invoke their citizenship as they struggle to have their land rights recognized, and they transform traditional political roles into that of agency and responsibility. This book highlights the U.S.-Mexico borderlands as a space of resistance, conviviality, agency, and creative community building where transformative politics can take place. It shows hope, struggle, and possibility in the context of gendered violences of racial capitalism on the Mexican side of the U.S.-Mexico border. David-James Gonzales (DJ) is Assistant Professor of History at Brigham Young University. He is a historian of migration, urbanization, and social movements in the U.S., and specializes in Latina/o/x politics and social movements. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

New Books in Sociology
Michelle Téllez, "Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas: Autonomy in the Spaces of Neoliberal Neglect" (U Arizona Press, 2021)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 63:27


Near Tijuana, Baja California, the autonomous community of Maclovio Rojas demonstrates what is possible for urban place-based political movements. More than a community, Maclovio Rojas is a women-led social movement that works for economic and political autonomy to address issues of health, education, housing, nutrition, and security. Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas: Autonomy in the Spaces of Neoliberal Neglect (U Arizona Press, 2021) tells the story of the community's struggle to carve out space for survival and thriving in the shadows of the U.S.-Mexico geopolitical border. This ethnography by Michelle Téllez demonstrates the state's neglect in providing social services and local infrastructure. This neglect exacerbates the structural violence endemic to the border region—a continuation of colonial systems of power on the urban, rural, and racialized poor. Téllez shows that in creating the community of Maclovio Rojas, residents have challenged prescriptive notions of nation and belonging. Through women's active participation and leadership, a women's political subjectivity has emerged—Maclovianas. These border women both contest and invoke their citizenship as they struggle to have their land rights recognized, and they transform traditional political roles into that of agency and responsibility. This book highlights the U.S.-Mexico borderlands as a space of resistance, conviviality, agency, and creative community building where transformative politics can take place. It shows hope, struggle, and possibility in the context of gendered violences of racial capitalism on the Mexican side of the U.S.-Mexico border. David-James Gonzales (DJ) is Assistant Professor of History at Brigham Young University. He is a historian of migration, urbanization, and social movements in the U.S., and specializes in Latina/o/x politics and social movements. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

Talking Animals
Jose Sanchez, marine biologist, ecotourism guide, expert on the “friendly whales”

Talking Animals

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021


Jose Sanchez—a naturalist trained in marine biology, and an expert on the so-called “friendly whales” of San Ignacio Lagoon in the Baja California region of Mexico, having led ecotourism trips […] The post Jose Sanchez, marine biologist, ecotourism guide, expert on the “friendly whales” first appeared on Talking Animals.

Save What You Love with Mark Titus
#31 - Joel Reynolds – Western Director, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)

Save What You Love with Mark Titus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 42:41


On today's episode host, Mark Titus and Joel talk about Joel's work as a film producer and activist. Joel's award-winning film, Sonic Sea tackles the inordinate amount of noise under the water in our oceans that are literally killing marine life, like whales. Joel and Mark also discuss Joel's philosophy and practice in going the distance for huge environmental battles like defending Bristol Bay from the proposed Pebble Mine.NRDC's principal institutional representative in the West, Joel Reynolds joined the organization as a senior attorney in 1990, after a decade with the Center for Law in the Public Interest and the Western Center on Law and Poverty, both in Los Angeles. Since 1980, he has specialized in complex law-reform litigation, arguing cases on behalf of environmental and community groups at all levels of the federal courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court. He has also led several of NRDC's largest campaigns: to preserve the birthing lagoon of gray whales in Baja California; to protect the California State Park at San Onofre; to reduce underwater noise pollution that threatens ocean wildlife; and, most recently, to halt the construction of the environmentally destructive Pebble Mine in Alaska's Bristol Bay. He has twice been selected California Attorney of the Year in the environmental category. From 1986 to 1990, Reynolds was an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California Law Center. Since 2012, he has served as chair of the Tejon Ranch Conservancy, one of California's largest land trusts. His articles and editorials appear frequently in the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, the Christian Science Monitor, the Huffington Post, and other major media outlets. A graduate of Columbia Law School in 1978, Reynolds is based in Santa Monica.Follow Joel's work and get involved at NRDC.

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
Mexico's wine country gets big — maybe too big

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 19:56


The Valle de Guadalupe in Baja California is Mexico's premier wine country, a lush valley that makes Napa seem as gorgeous as a parking lot.But a lot of development is coming to the Valle — and many locals aren't happy.Today, we travel to this beautiful, contested space with two experts. Javier Cabral is the editor of LA Taco and wrote about a recent anti-development protest there. Javier Plascencia, a pioneering chef, has seen Valle grow and wants the world to come in — in a sustainable way.More reading:Is Valle de Guadalupe over? The fight to protect Mexican wine country10 things to know about Chef Javier PlascenciaBaja is making a lot more great wine than you might think

Noticentro
Baja California iniciará la vacunación contra COVID-19 para jóvenes con comorbilidades

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 1:25


Baja California iniciará la vacunación contra COVID-19 para jóvenes con comorbilidadesClaudia Sheinbaum, informó el inicio de rehabilitación de la Línea 12 del MetroPresidencia de Tula, investiga las causas por las que, el agua residual del río Tula se tornó de color azul

Stories of Hope - A Project Mexico Podcast
#30 - Answering YOUR Questions! (Feat. Faeli Heise)

Stories of Hope - A Project Mexico Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 40:17


Greetings everyone! We have a very special episode for you all this week. Firstly, we are answering the question YOU all sent in! And secondly, we are joined by the past host of the podcast, Faeli Heise! It's a blast of an episode, answering questions such as what are some of the favorite foods of the boys, how to become an intern, and what our favorite shirt is! So sit back, plug in some headphones, and enjoy the show! Where to find & support Faeli: https://www.facebook.com/faelifaraway & https://bit.ly/3DUuCdE Sign up for homebuilding and internships at: www.projectmexico.org If you have a question you want to have answered on the show you can send them to: pmstoriesofhope@gmail.com If you would like to contact Project Mexico & St. Innocent Orphanage, you can call us at: (619)-426-4610 Instagram: @projectmexicosio Facebook: Project Mexico & St. Innocent Orphanage

Stories of Hope - A Project Mexico Podcast

Howdy y'all! This week we welcome a Project Mexico athlete, Daniel Kroll! We chat about what it was like swimming in the open ocean for Swim for Hope, his experience in ministry in the United States and Mexico, and rat aortas! (Yes you read that right) So sit back, plug in some headphones, and enjoy the show! Find out more about Project Mexico at: www.projectmexico.org If you have a question you want to have answered on the show you can send them to: pmstoriesofhope@gmail.com If you would like to contact Project Mexico & St. Innocent Orphanage, you can call us at (619)-426-4610 Instagram: @projectmexicosio Facebook: Project Mexico & St. Innocent Orphanage

The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed
Rock Paintings of Sierra de San Francisco - Rock Art 54

The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 51:42


Dr. Garfinkel has been to Baja California a number of times to study the rock paintings of the area and to lead tours for the California Rock Art Foundation. On this episode, Chris interviews Dr. Garfinkel about the significance of the works, what they could mean, and about the people that made them. Links California Rock Art Foundation Rock Paintings of the Sierra De San Francisco CRAF Trip Info Contact Chris Webster chris@archaeologypodcastnetwork.com Twitter: @archeowebby Dr. Alan Garfinkel avram1952@yahoo.com ArchPodNet APN Website: https://www.archpodnet.com APN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/archpodnet APN on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/archpodnet APN on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archpodnet Tee Public Store Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular

The Daily Gardener
September 28, 2021 The Black Chokeberry, Thomas Coulter, Francis Turner Palgrave, James Edwin Campbell, Elin Hilderbrand, Wilding by Isabella Tree, and Lady Clara Vyvyan

The Daily Gardener

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 18:52


Today in botanical history, we celebrate an Irish physician and botanist, an English poet and critic, and an African-American poet. We'll hear an excerpt from Elin Hilderbrand. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book that tells the story of 3,500 acres of land and its return to the wild. And then we'll wrap things up with an Australian-English writer, gardener, and traveler.   Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart To listen to the show while you're at home, just ask Alexa or Google to “Play the latest episode of The Daily Gardener Podcast.” And she will. It's just that easy.   The Daily Gardener Friday Newsletter Sign up for the FREE Friday Newsletter featuring: A personal update from me Garden-related items for your calendar The Grow That Garden Library™ featured books for the week Gardener gift ideas Garden-inspired recipes Exclusive updates regarding the show Plus, each week, one lucky subscriber wins a book from the Grow That Garden Library™ bookshelf.   Gardener Greetings Send your garden pics, stories, birthday wishes, and so forth to Jennifer@theDailyGardener.org   Facebook Group If you'd like to check out my curated news articles and original blog posts for yourself, you're in luck. I share all of it with the Listener Community in the Free Facebook Group - The Daily Gardener Community. So, there's no need to take notes or search for links. The next time you're on Facebook, search for Daily Gardener Community, where you'd search for a friend... and request to join. I'd love to meet you in the group.   Curated News A Native Super-Edible on the Rise | gardencentermag.com  |  Jolene Hansen   Important Events September 28, 1793 Birth of Thomas Coulter, Irish physician, botanist, and explorer. He founded the herbarium at Trinity College, Dublin. He spent a year and a half studying with the great Swiss botanist Augustin de Candolle before exploring Mexico and the American Southwest in the early 1900s. Today he is remembered in the names of several plants. The Romneya coulteri or the Coulter poppy is a white-blossomed flower native to southern California and Baja California. Also called the California tree poppy, the Coulter poppy has the largest flower of any poppy. Another Southern California specimen, the Coulter pine, is known for creating the largest pine cones in the world. Called "widowmakers" by the locals, each pinecone can weigh up to ten pounds.   September 28, 1824 Birth of Francis Turner Palgrave, English poet and critic. He compiled The Golden Treasury (1861), which featured English Songs and Lyrics. The popular anthology is still published with new editions under Francis Palgrave's name. In Eutopia, Francis wrote, There is a garden where lilies And roses are side by side; And all day between them in silence The silken butterflies glide. I may not enter the garden, Though I know the road thereto; And morn by morn to the gateway I see the children go. They bring back light on their faces; But they cannot bring back to me What the lilies say to the roses, Or the songs of the butterflies be.   September 28, 1867 Birth of James Edwin Campbell, African-American dialectic poet. In his poem, A Night in June, he wrote, "What so rare as a day in June?" O poet, hast thou never known A night in rose-voluptuous June? And in When The Fruit Trees Bloom, James wrote, When the fruit trees bloom, Pink of peach and white of plum, And the pear-trees' cones of snow In the old back orchard blow -- Planted fifty years ago! And the cherries' long white row Gives the sweetest prophecy Of the banquet that will be, When the suns and winds of June Shall have kissed to fruit the bloom -- Then Falstaffian bumble-bees Drain the blossoms to the lees. When the fruit trees bloom.   Unearthed Words The Herb Farm reminded Marguerite of the farms in France; it was like a farm in a child's picture book. There was a white wooden fence that penned in sheep and goats, a chicken coop where a dozen warm eggs cost a dollar, a red barn for the two bay horses, and a greenhouse. Half of the greenhouse did what greenhouses do, while the other half had been fashioned into very primitive retail space. The vegetables were sold from wooden crates, all of them grown organically before such a process even had a name- corn, tomatoes, lettuces, seventeen kinds of herbs, squash, zucchini, carrots with the bushy tops left on, spring onions, radishes, cucumbers, peppers, strawberries for two short weeks in June, pumpkins after the fifteenth of September. There was chèvre made on the premises from the milk of the goats; there was fresh butter. And when Marguerite showed up for the first time in the summer of 1975, there was a ten-year-old boy who had been given the undignified job of cutting zinnias, snapdragons, and bachelor buttons and gathering them into attractive-looking bunches. ― Elin Hilderbrand, The Love Season   Grow That Garden Library Wilding by Isabella Tree  This book came out in 2019, and the subtitle is The Return of Nature to a British Farm. In this book, Isabella (whose last name - Tree - is perfect for a book on nature) guides us through the result of a massive rewilding project in West Sussex known as the Knepp ("Nep") experiment because it took place on the Knepp Estate. Isabelle and her husband Charlie bought the estate in the 1980s from Charlie's grandparents. After recognizing that intensive farming on heavy clay was economically unsustainable, they decided to step back and let nature take over. To mimic the large animals that roamed Britain in the wild, they introduced free-roaming cattle, ponies, pigs, and deer and let nature dictate the outcome on 3,500 acres. The animal activity turns out to be the key to kickstarting diversity in flora and fauna. They removed the infrastructure of traditional farming like drains and fencing. In a little over a decade, wildlife and plant diversity returned. Knepp became home to turtle doves, nightingales, peregrine falcons, and lesser spotted woodpeckers. The beauty of a functioning ecosystem is that it sustains and encourages life all by itself. This book is 384 pages of a personal memoir and a nature memoir - it's hopeful, inspirational, and above all, doable. You can get a copy of Wilding by Isabella Tree and support the show using the Amazon Link in today's Show Notes for around $9   Today's Botanic Spark Reviving the little botanic spark in your heart September 28, 1885  Birth of Clara Coltman Rogers Vyvyan, Australian-English writer and gardener. She used the pen names C. C. Rogers and C. C. Vyvyan. After working in the slums of East London as a social worker and a nurse in WWI, Clara married the 10th Vyvyan baronet, who was 27-years her senior and lived on a 15th-century estate known as Trelowarren. The two were quite compatible and shared eleven happy years together. Both of them enjoyed nature. One of Clara's dearest friends was Daphne du Maurier, who used Clara's centuries-old home and gardens as the setting for her novels Frenchman's Creek and Rebecca. In Friends and Contemporaries, Clara's friend A L Rowse recognized the use of the Trelowarren landscape and wrote, The colonnade of trees in Rebecca, by the way, is the avenue of over-arching ilexes there, like a cathedral aisle. When Daphne visited Trelowarren for the first time, she fell in love with its rugged landscape and timeless quality. She described it as "the most beautiful place imaginable." After her visit, Daphne wrote in her diary, I simply hated leaving Trelowarren. Few places have made such a profound impression on me. Trelowarren similarly inspired Clara, and when her husband died, she started market gardening and writing to help financially maintain her West Cornwall estate. She wrote over twenty books during her life of adventure and beauty. When she was 67, she traveled to the Alaskan Klondyke and embarked on a 400-mile walk with the aid of two guides. The result was her book Down the Rhone on Foot. Most of her books were about her beloved Cornwall and, of course, her gardens. In her Letters from a Cornish Garden (1972), she shared a collection of delightful essays about gardening. Her friend Daphne du Maurier wrote the forward. Clara wrote, As one grows older, one should grow more expert at finding beauty in unexpected places, in deserts and even in towns, in ordinary human faces, and among wild weeds.   Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener. And remember: "For a happy, healthy life, garden every day."

Good Beer Hunting
EP-315 Laura Garcia, Brewer from Baja

Good Beer Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 45:08


Throughout my freelance beer-writing career, one person's name has continued to pop up as someone to pay attention to. That person is Laura Garcia, a brewer who has worked across the state of Baja California, but primarily in Baja's capital city of Mexicali, which also happens to be her hometown. But this isn't a story about how I know Laura. It's a story about why you should. Hailed by many as the best brewer in Baja, Laura worked her way from beer lover to beer judge to brewer and beyond. The pandemic interrupted her career trajectory, but she hasn't let that dampen her enthusiasm for the craft. In fact, she's using this time and space to reflect on what she wants for herself, for her beer community, and the Mexican craft beer scene at large. During the course of our conversation, Laura reveals how Mexicali's scorching heat and surprisingly early brewing history helped launch the area's now-thriving craft beer industry. She talks about how the region's sometimes limited access to resources, coupled with her community's willingness to share everything, has led to a tight-knit bond not seen in many other places in beer. We, of course, discuss how the United States—and San Diego specifically—have influenced the Baja beer scene, but also how its ability to accept that influence without compromising authenticity has led to amazing results. Laura also pushes back against misconceptions about Mexico in general, and invites listeners to experience the best of Mexicali without fear, with plenty of recommendations for the city's ridiculously underrated food and drink scene.

Marine Mammal Science
MMS 106: Using Acoustics to detect hard-to-find whales and dolphins

Marine Mammal Science

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 27:05


On this week's episode, Dr Ashley Scarlett chats to Dr Jay Barlow, an award winning  marine mammal researcher whose natural ability to tinker with technology has helped with the conservation of many species. He discusses his newest paper on the unique calls and acoustic characteristics of hard to find beaked whales off the coast of Baja California, Mexico.

El Show De Chiquibaby
Hija de Laura Bozo Cuenta donde esta su Madre, Bio Serie de Vicente Fernandez, Gobernador de Baja california dio cheques sin fondos a medallistas olimpicos, Gloria Trevi en problemas!!!

El Show De Chiquibaby

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 64:39


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So Much Pingle
Episode 47: Deep Thoughts with Andrew DuBois

So Much Pingle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 108:14


Hello everyone and welcome to Episode Forty Seven!  I hope you all remain safe and healthy out there.  I'm back in SMP World Headquarters after a brief hiatus (AKA herping) in Mexico of all places.  I went down to Baja California with a group of folks and we dipped all the way down to the northern portions of Baja Sur, and I can now claim to have traveled every inch of Mexico's highway one. I'm thinking there should be a patch or a merit badge for that. So a couple thousand miles in a little Chevy Spark and here's a shout-out to Jake Scott for being an excellent companion in that tiny car's close quarters. One step above a clown car and yet it only held two clowns and their luggage. PATRONS:  I want to thank all of the show's patrons who contribute to keep this show rolling.  It goes without saying that I appreciate each and every one of you.  And here together for the first time is a list of all the show's supoorters to date: Justin Michels, Jason Jones of Herp MX, Smetlogik AKA Rob Kreutzer, Ryan Borgmann, Joshua Wallace, Jill Rials, Marty Whalin, Chris Smith, Dr. Emily Taylor, John Burris, Kamil Scepanski, Brandon Kong, Issac Chellman, Dr James van Dyke, Brandon Ballard, Mike Rochford, Josef Thompson, Dr. Alex Krohn, Matt Ratcliffe, Jeroen Speybroek, Bryan Hughes, Brandon Bourassa, Josh Holbrook, James McGhee, Michael Moffat, Andy O'Connor, Jake Scott, Deb Krohn, Duane McDermott, John Sullivan, Josh Emms, Justin Elden, Matt Cage, Patrick Connolly, Chris McMartin, Michael Cravenss, Ana Ware, Tim Warfel, David Burkart, Adam Cooner, Dr. Bill Peterman, Cynthia Samake, Paul-Erik Bakland, William Bone, Jeremiah Easter, Richard Legere, Tom Eles, Jeremy Schumacher, Neill Jones, Alec Gordon, Martin Habecker, Daniel Dye, Clint Henke, Ross Maynard, Nick Sobel, Moses Michelsohn, Myles Masterson, and Ben Genter. Now THAT is quite a list, and some of the coolest people I know. Thank you all. Andrew DuBois is our featured guest for this episode.  Andrew and I have been friends for a number of years and we've been to a number of amazing herp spots across the planet in that time.  Andrew is a senior natural resources specialist (and a wildlife ecologist) with Jefferson County Open Space in Colorado and part of our conversation centered on the work he does there with leopard frogs, prairie rattlesnakes, and other interesting critters.  Microphone or not, I enjoy talking to Andrew, he is a deep thinker, and I always come away from our conversations having learned something new or seeing something from a different perspective.  Aside from collecting data and managing the herps and other flora and fauna that live on the 55K acres across JCOS, Andrew and other colleagues also engage with the general public who recreate on these lands, and I've included some related links, including Jefferson County Open Space Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.  Andrew also took part in a rattlesnake education video produced by JCOS which provides an excellent overview of the single species of rattlesnake that can be found within JCOS, how to tell it apart from harmless snakes, and where and under what conditions rattlesnakes might be encountered.  Very useful for Coloradans who may encounter snakes within JCOS. Backpack 'Clip Card' mentioned in the show. As always I enjoyed talking with Andrew, not only about the work he's engaged in, but also about herpetofauna and herping as well.  You can find Andrew on Instagram and Twitter, his email is adubois@jeffco.us and his professional profile is on Weebly. Thanks for coming on the show again, Andrew! And thanks for listening everyone!  And as always, please keep the comments and suggestions coming, and please take time to rate the show on your podcast platform! The show email is somuchpingle@gmail.com, and there's also a So Much Pingle group on Facebook, for discussion, comments, feedback, suggestions, herp confessions, tips for herping better, etc. Cheers!  Mike      

B&H Photography Podcast
It Starts with People – The Social Documentary Network

B&H Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 55:47


On this week's episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we welcome the founder and Executive Director of the Social Documentary Network, Glen Ruga, and photographer Sofia Aldinio, who is the recipient of the 2021 ZEKE Award for Documentary Photography, presented by the Social Documentary Network.   As should be clear, our conversation today revolves around the Social Documentary Network, or “SDN,” and we learn about this community of documentary photographers and its website on which more than three thousand documentary series have been uploaded and are available for viewing. Ruga tells of the evolution of the site since its 2008 inception, and how adding classes, awards, portfolio reviews, and most important, the online and print magazine ZEKE has led to the growth of this platform, which is open to all photographers. Our chat also draws from Ruga's photography work and thoughts on documentary, in general.   In the second half of the show we speak with Aldinio, a past guest, about “Awake in the Desert Land,” her photo series that received the ZEKE prize. Aldinio tells of the circumstances that brought her to Baja California, Mexico, during 2020 and this intimate series on village communities affected by climate change. We also speak with Aldinio about her working methods, about shelving her normal Canon system for a more stealth FUJIFILM, about making relationships with subjects, and the feedback and support she received from her SDN workshop leaders.   We wrap by previewing the Social Documentary Network events and exhibits at Photoville 2021 and Aldinio's presentation on her award-winning series.   Guests: Sofia Aldinio and Glenn Ruga Photograph © Sofia Aldinio

Erazno y La Chokolata El Podcast
Las 10 de Erazno, Tropirollo Comico, el Chokolatazo a Baja California, Nacadas y mas 08-09-21

Erazno y La Chokolata El Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 149:40


Las 10 de Erazno, Tropirollo Comico, el Chokolatazo a Baja California, Nacadas, El Doggy, Padorias de Los Brazileiros, Lyn May esta embarazada y mas Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com