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BBC Countryfile Magazine
165. Wandering among wildflowers with botanist Leif Bersweden

BBC Countryfile Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 60:04


Welcome to a new season of mindful escapes into the green outdoors in search of wildlife and wild people. As well as heading out into beautiful landscapes as autumn stretches into winter, we'll be enjoying some episodes that the team and I recorded over the spring and summer – so expect some soothing escapism at this dark time of the year.Our first episode is one such adventure. Plodcast regular Annabel Ross heads to a fabulous meadow in Oxfordshire with a remarkable young botanist Leif Bersweden to meet some of the wildflowers and talk about the importance of allowing more nature into our lives. Listen on for an absolute treat.Leif's new book is called Where the wildflowers grow: my botanical journey through Britain and Ireland – Hodder and StoughtonContact the Plodcast team and send your sound recordings of the countryside to: editor@countryfile.comVisit the Countryfile Magazine website: countryfile.comPPA Podcast of the Year! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Tom and Curley Show
Hour 3: Profane botanist can't stop cursing about huge tree

The Tom and Curley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 27:02


5pm - Washington's plastic bag ban is well-intentioned. In reality, it's been a huge waste // Liberal Activist Says He'd Rather Own a Porsche Than Have Children Because It's ‘Better for the Environment' // Standing Is Tiring (SIT) Act would let workers sit down on the job // Profane botanist can't stop cursing about huge tree // LETTERSSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Last Drop
188: Mix & Match: Gin Meets Rum

The Last Drop

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 69:34


On this edition of The Last Drop, JB & Khody are back for Mix & Match week. Long rant on the Lakers return signing along with more Kyrie antics. Khody opens up a bottle of The Botanist 22 Gin while JB opens up a bottle of Travellers 15 Year Old "1981 Anniversary Edition" Belize Rum. As always, sit back, turn your headphones up & don't stop, keep pouring. 

Hudson Mohawk Magazine
Lansingburgh book picks for September

Hudson Mohawk Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 9:51


Punching, poisons, "murderbots," and. . . fashion? Laurie Dreyer, manager of Troy Public Library's Lansingburgh branch, talks about these and more. Hear about the many benefits of having a library card, and a bit about September's "Banned Books Week." Books discussed: "A Very Punchable Face" (Colin Jost, 2020); "The Botanist's Guide to Parties and Poisons" (Kate Khavari, 2022); the series of "Murderbot Diaries" (Martha Wells, five since 2017); and "Fashionopolis: The Secrets Behind the Clothes We Wear" (Dana Thomas, 2022). For info on Troy Public Library, visit www.thetroylibrary.org. For links to libraries throughout New York State, visit www.nysl.nysed.gov/libdev/libs/publibs/library.htm. Produced by Brea Barthel for Hudson Mohawk Magazine.

Smell Tales
EPISODE 48 - MiN New York - The Botanist

Smell Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 2:38


With The Botanist, Liam conjures up an image of a laboratory replete with rare and precious herbs, spices, extracts and tinctures. A wondrous vetiver note that has been stretched, expanded, and transformed, The Botanist explores the many expressions of this traditionally woody note, moved into earthy, fruity, green, and even slightly saline dimensions. With an initial acerbic flash, trailed by tender florals, and a saturated dose of frankincense, The Botanist represents the vetiver note at its intriguing best.   The MiN New York range can be found in our Emporium store, or online. https://lknu.com.au/collections/min-new-york/products/the-botanist Hosted by Liam Sardea. Produced by LKNU Parfumerie. ©2022 LKNU Parfumerie. All rights reserved. lknu.com.au

The Best of Weekend Breakfast
Arbor Month Campaign & SAPPI Warburgia endangered species programme.

The Best of Weekend Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 23:00


CSI & Nature Conservationist, Tim Neary and Botanist and an environmental ecologist, Michele Hofmeyr on their endangered species stewardship programme, trees that have a high medicinal value and their campaign this Arbor month. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Lexman Artificial
Brett Johnson: Botanist Specializing in Styre Chemistry

Lexman Artificial

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 3:51


In this episode Lexman interviews Brett Johnson, a botanist who specializes in studying the styrene chemistry of plants. They discuss the differences between styrene and other organic compounds, the origins of thoroughbreds and colonial irises, and the pseudomonads that cause pink eye.

RTÉ - Drivetime
The Benefits of Talking to Plants

RTÉ - Drivetime

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 4:21


Noeleen Smyth, Botanist

Jim and Them
J&T Jingles - #740 Part 1

Jim and Them

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 102:14


Jingles: It's time to roll out some PERFECT jingles to describe our show, our topics and of course everyone's favorite cast of characters!Rude Americans?: It's time to dismantle this false narrative about Americans being rude when it has proven time and time again that no other country understands social etiquette!Better Call Saul: Jim is struggling with his love of the show while tearing it down for others over praising it. Also some discussion on Prey and the cancelation of BatgirlBROUGHT A COMB!, VERN!, STAND BY ME!, DOG DAYS OF SUMMER!, MONSOON SEASON!, ORLANDO!, HHN!, YELLOW AVIATORS!, JINGLES!, MAGIC OF A THEME PARK!, PATREON!, TOP GAMES!, ZOINK!, NMAN!, ZOINKS!, JAKE SPRAGUE!, CAST OF CHARACTERS!, INTIMIDATION!, LIKES AND RETWEETS!, DOOBSNAX!, SPRAGELS!, HONEY POT!, PROMOTE THE SHOW!, GET SPOOKY BITCHES!, MONSTER MASH FRUIT SNACKS!, YUMMY MUMMY!, FRUIT BRUTE!, FELDMAN OF THE YEAR!, FELD-MAN OF THE YEAR!, BOO CREW 2022!, WEARING A CHAIN!, GIFT SUBS!, HOLLYWOODXERO!, VEGETABLES DON'T EXIST!, MAX LANDIS!, BOTANIST!, CULINARY TERM!, FRUIT!, PLANT!, SWEET LIKE FRUITS!, MK ULTRA!, OPERATION NORTHWOOD!, ASSASSIN!, SHAKESPEARE!, RUDE!, FOREIGNERS!, FRENCH!, LOGIC!, ESCALATORS!, ELEVATOR!, SOCIAL NORMS!, ETIQUETTE!, EUROPE!, FRENCH CANADIANS!, SELFISH!, THEME PARKS!, DON'T GET IT!, DON'T LOVE IT LIKE I DO!, THINK YOU'RE SUPPOSE TO!, CALIFORNIA ADVENTURE!, ASIANS!, RUNNING!, TROLLING!, FACEBOOK!, RESPONSES!, ALGORITHM!, ENGAGING!, BETTER CALL SAUL!, OVERRATED!, FINALE!, BOB ODENKIRK!, RON SWANSON EFFECT!, PARKS AND REC!, RECENCY BIAS!, BREAKING BAD!, THE SOPRANOS!, BRAVO VINCE!, VRAVO BINCE!, THE RAT!, DEPARTED!, SHITPOSTERS!, PREY!, PREDATOR!, HULU!, BATGIRL!, PASSION PROJECT!, WARNER BROS!, RYAN REYNOLDS!, DEADPOOL!, ART!, WORKED SO HARD!, FORGOTTEN!, TRANS FRIEND!, FUNERAL SCREENINGS!, PENNY PLUNDERER!, WRITE OFF!, TAXES!, THE FLASH!, EZRA MILLER!, APOLOGY!, BOYCOTT!, AVATAR!, BOX OFFICE!, HALCYON PIN!, WAITING!, ABANDONED!, WANDER AWAY!, DISNEY TIME!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!

Herbs with Rosalee
Benefits of Bee Balm with Abby Artemisia

Herbs with Rosalee

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 53:56


I was literally jumping up and down for joy when Abby shared that she was choosing bee balm (Monarda didyma) for this episode because this is such a fun plant. More than that, though, bee balm is powerfully medicinal, can be used for seasoning food (more on this later), and it's great for pollinators. By the end of this episode, you'll know: ► Multiple ways to work with bee balm medicinally (it's great for colds and flu, among other things!) ► What bee balm teaches us about balancing community with personal space ► Tips for growing bee balm yourself ► Why it's important to incorporate community into the practice of herbalism You'll also receive instant FREE access to a recipe card for Abby's Wild Oregano (Bee Balm) Salt. Not only is this recipe easy to make and medicinal, it's also delicious! Abby shares that she uses it to season anything where you'd want oregano and salt: eggs, popcorn, and mushrooms are just a few ideas to get you started. CAUTION: Bee balm is an emmenagogue and should not be taken during pregnancy. Here is one of my favorite takeaways from our conversation:  “Bee balm always grows in community. When I see it in the wild, I never see it growing alone.” Botanist, Herbalist, and Professional Forager, Abby Artemisia, was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, where she spent her free time climbing trees and creek wandering. This is where her love of nature began. Her love of plants had a diverse foundation from apprenticeships on organic farms on the west coast and in the Midwest, to a bachelor's degree in Botany from Miami University and an apprenticeship in herbalism with Herbalist, Leslita Williams, along with owning and operating her own tea business. After visiting Pisgah National Forest, she fell in love with the biodiversity of the southeast. Abby then founded the WANDER School, the Wild Artemisia Nature Discovery, Empowerment, and Reconnection School. Through the school, Abby offers the Wildcrafted Herb School Program, customizable workshops, and botanical property surveys. The WANDER School became a nonprofit in 2020 to provide botanical education, herbs, and herbal medicine to underserved communities, and practice Acknowledgement and Reciprocity for Traditional Ecological Knowledge. Abby is also the author of the Herbal Handbook for Homesteaders and The Wild Foraged Life Cookbook, along with the host of the podcast Wander, Forage, & Wildcraft. Abby is currently working on Botany Breakdown: A Virtual Course for Botanists & Foragers to create the confidence to safely harvest the wild food and herbs that grow around us every day. I love that Abby shared information, not only from her personal experiences, but also from traditional acknowledged sources. I'm so happy to share our conversation with you today! ---- Get full show notes and more information at: http://herbswithrosaleepodcast.com/ (herbswithrosaleepodcast.com) For more behind-the-scenes of this podcast, follow https://www.instagram.com/rosaleedelaforet/ (@rosaleedelaforet) on Instagram! The secret to using herbs successfully begins with knowing who YOU are. Get started by taking my free Herbal Jumpstart course when you https://bit.ly/3EtBEqe (sign up for my newsletter). If you enjoy the Herbs with Rosalee podcast, we could use your support! Please consider leaving a 5-star rating and review and sharing the show with someone who needs to hear it! On the podcast, we explore the many ways plants heal, as food, as medicine, and through nature connection. Each week, I focus on a single seasonal plant and share trusted herbal knowledge so that you can get the best results when using herbs for your health. Learn more about Herbs with Rosalee at http://herbswithrosalee.com/ (herbswithrosalee.com). ---- Rosalee is an herbalist and author of the bestselling book...

GENERATION RIPE
The Eighty-Ninth One… and Jacob Soule

GENERATION RIPE

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 23:47


Episode 89 and Wendi and Dfernando's guest interview is botanist, exotic plants expert and TikTok sensation Jacob Soule.When people ask Jacob Soule what he did during the COVID pandemic, he has a more interesting answer than most: he became TikTok famous. His @theplantprodigy account has almost 1 million followers and his short, entertaining, and informative videos about all things plants have over 26 million likes.  And it all started by sibling rivalry. “My brother told me that he was in a viral video that a friend had made. It got half a million views,” Soule said. “He was joking about being TikTok famous. I tried to get big on TikTok to prove him wrong. I didn't have success at first, but after December 2021, I got the ball rolling.” Soule, who has autism, has long been interested in plants. He can remember picking daisies with his grandmother. When he was in second grade he read a book that piqued his interest in carnivorous plants and he bought his first one. “I got a Venus flytrap and a pitcher plant, but they all died,” he said. “They're not that tricky if you know what you're doing and I didn't know what I was doing when I was 9 or 10 years old.” Like some plant species, his interest in plants went dormant in about 2015. But, it sprang back to life in 2017 when his current collection began to grow. He currently has over 100 plants ranging from philodendron micans to desert roses and hoya to several carnivorous pitcher plants, which he now grows quite successfully. TikTok was not his first foray into social media. He has always been interested in influencer culture and he first launched a YouTube Channel after being inspired by one of his favorite YouTubers. He created his Instagram in 2019. In his videos, he documents his own adventures as a plant owner, while also answering questions from plant parents who share videos of their droopy or browning plants. Some of the videos offer plant-related humor, such as when he stops his aunt from tossing the dregs of her wine glass into a plant pot or when he reacts with horror to atrocities such as people giving their Venus flytrap toothpaste. He'll occasionally address issues such as negative comments about his voice or his lack of knowledge about some things with a disarming honesty, saying that his voice makes him unique and he's proud of having room to grow and learn more. He hopes to parlay his TikTok popularity into a business of some sort, perhaps starting an Etsy plant shop. He is currently attending Kalamazoo Valley Community College with hopes of eventually earning a Horticulture Degree from Michigan State University. “Plants were popular before COVID. They exploded after the lockdown,” Soule said. “Why do people like plants? That's hard to answer. Maybe it's because of the idea of being responsible and taking care of something without having to put an animal or child's life at risk. And many studies show that plants can help benefit mental health. Personally, I just like the idea of growing all kinds of unique plants.”Here are the plants Wendi references in the interview: Gymnarnphora, Trusmadiensis, Miranda, Robcantleyi, and Caesar.Watch Wendi and Dfernando and their Team GENERATION RIPE: Greg Covey, Shelley McLendon and Ponciana Badia on Season 7 Episode 2 of CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD - now on ABC OnDemand and Hulu and on the GENERATION RIPE website.  Follow us on our Instagram:Wendi McLendon-CoveyDfernando ZarembaGENERATION RIPE… and guest Jacob Soule, his TikTok, and his Twitter.  Remember to subscribe to GENERATION RIPEAnd rate & leave us a review by clicking HERE!Visit Dfernando Zaremba's website: dfernandozaremba.com

Radikal Solutions
Apocalypse Reggae

Radikal Solutions

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 16:28


War against humanity and Bad Omen coming from Diamond White and Botanist on the Apocalyptic riddim and much more! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/radikalra/message

Spocklight: A Star Trek Podcast
Spocklight At the Movies 26: Sunshine

Spocklight: A Star Trek Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 58:04


In the latest edition of ‘Spocklight at the Movies' we examine Danny Boyle & Alex Garland's 2007 Sci-Fi epic, Sunshine, featuring Star Trek: Discovery's Michelle Yeoh, as just one of the glittering ensemble cast, that also includes Cillian Murphy, Chris Evans, Mark Strong, Rose Byrne and Benedict Wong.   We discuss the fact that Danny Boyle was willing to let Yeoh play any role she wanted and wonder why she chose the comparatively small role of the ship's Botanist, question whether it was his role of Mace that got Chris Evans the part of Captain America and reveal how Cillian Murphy shadowed Brian Cox (no, not that one) to get into his lead role as the Ship's Physicist, Capa.   We also heap praise on John Murphy's incredible score and list it's many uses in other film & television since it's release, look back over Alex Garland's impressive career and check out what else Michelle Yeoh was doing in 2007.   As usual you can find SPOCKLIGHT on: TWITTER - @spocklightpod INSTAGRAM – @spocklightpod FACEBOOK – https://www.facebook.com/spocklightpod/ EMAIL - spocklightpod@gmail.com Please Follow, like, share and all that good stuff.   Credit for our wonderful theme music goes to the incredibly talented, Adam Johnston's, you can find more of his work at - https://adamjohnstonuk.bandcamp.com/ Our beautiful artwork was created by Stephen Trumble, see more at http://www.stephentrumble.com  Huge thanks to Russell Honeywell for post production support

1-On-1 Music Review
Botanist #Live in Studio

1-On-1 Music Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 91:59


1-On-1 Music Review
Botanist and Empress Nya #Live in Studio

1-On-1 Music Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 72:32


SAMA “Best Reggae Album” Nominee and Empress Nya joins Dr Empress Rose in the Music Labb

1-On-1 Music Review
Botanist, Mr. Lamington Interviews w/Dr Empress Rose

1-On-1 Music Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 103:48


SAMA Reggae Nominee joins Dr Empress Rose in the Music Labb for an interview and review. Check it out and leave a comment.

VISION VIBES | NHK WORLD-JAPAN
The Power of Plants: James Wong / Botanist

VISION VIBES | NHK WORLD-JAPAN

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 17:51


James Wong is a popular botanist working in the UK. He is also an author and television presenter on gardening programs. Here's what we talk about in this episode: Culture, Discovery, Environment, Gen Z, Humanity, Medicine, Mental health, Multicultural, Nature, Plants, Sustainability

Lexman Artificial
Botanist Vincent Racaniello on the Differences Between Amaryllis and Dickcissel Flowers, the Purpose of Posies by Gheraos,

Lexman Artificial

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 6:40


Lexman interviews Vincent Racaniello, a botanist and Director of the Evolutionary Studies Hope Lab at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. They discuss the differences between amaryllis and dickcissel flowers, the posies' use by gheraos and the enigmatic nature of this bird.

Mama Earth Talk
159: What health benefits eliminating toxic cleaning products and single-use plastics from your house has with Simona Sotirovska

Mama Earth Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 38:41


In this episode, we talk to Simona Sotirovska. She is the co-founder of The Botanist Dubai, a UAE born brand offering a toxin free, botanical and eco-friendly home care and home cleaning range.    During this episode to took a deep dive in what is the Botanist, why they are on a mission to eliminate toxins and single-use plastics and what health benefits it has for us to remove them.   Links from the episodes Where can people find The Botanist Dubai? https://www.facebook.com/thebotanistdubai/ (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/thebotanistdubai/ (Instagram) https://www.linkedin.com/in/simona-sotirovska-58544943/ (LinkedIn) https://www.thebotanistdubai.com/ (Website) KEY TAKE AWAY“You don't need the harsh chemicals to get a good clean.”

Quick Book Reviews
Interview with M W Craven! Plus C L Taylor answers 5 questions.

Quick Book Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 49:16


I interview M W Craven about his latest book The Botanist and talk to C L Taylor, author of “The Guilty Couple” in the ‘5 in 5' feature I also review “”Maybe I Don't Belong here' by David Harewood, “Yinka Where is your Huzband?” by Lizzie Damilola Blackburn and “The Other People” by C J Tudor. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Song Surfing
E56 • Tunes>Sinus Squirrels! Music by Friko, Kevin and Hell, Liv Byrne, Illogic, Botanist, and Black Soul Horde

Song Surfing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 35:56


Song Surfing is a music podcast featuring a playlist of the best indie and underground music from around the world.  We're going to hear some hip hop that's quite its own thing, some nature-loving black metal, and correspondent Zec will be stopping by.  And we have a new surprise at the end, so be sure to stick around.  We'll hear excellent tunes from NYC; Columbus, Ohio; San Francisco; Athens, Greece; and Chicago.   Music By: Friko, Kevin and Hell, Liv Byrne, Illogic, Botanist, and Black Soul Horde  Visit the https://songsurfingpodcast.com/episode-56/ (Show Notes Page) for links to the music featured on this episode Support Song Surfing when you purchase through these affiliate links: • Amazing plugins and loops at https://pluginboutique.com/?a_aid=songsurfing (https://pluginboutique.com/?a_aid=songsurfing) • Visit the https://songsurfingpodcast.com/affiliates/ (Affiliates page) for more great deals and help the show earn a bit of revenue.  Help the show!!!  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/song-surfing/id1549025544 (Rate & review ) Follow Song Surfing https://www.facebook.com/songsurfingpodcast (Facebook)     https://www.instagram.com/songsurfingpodcast/ (Instagram)     https://twitter.com/SongSurfingPod (Twitter)  Check this out!   John was on https://www.buzzsprout.com/1177244/10659208-ep-45-a-ghost-is-born-wilco-ft-john-kehl-of-song-surfing (Album Rebrews) to talk Wilco's A Ghost Is Born Want more?   https://songsurfingpodcast.com/episode-46/ (Listen to this fine episode)  Interview with https://songsurfingpodcast.com/episode-51/ (Ian Lee of Human Errors) Check out John's EP: https://oodles.hearnow.com/ (Life After Death)  Follow us on instagram! https://www.instagram.com/oodlesmusic/ ( John)      https://www.instagram.com/skunkweedjuju/ ( Bri)      https://www.instagram.com/thisaugustage/ ( Klock) Theme music: https://wiensolo.bandcamp.com/album/message-from-the-future (“Living in a Fishbowl” by Wien Solo) Outro music:https://album.link/s/6j24DU4LOjAQpHlLiP3L8O ( Little Pills by Patrick Moon Bird) https://forms.gle/p3ugGg2mBiv1V7jv5 (Join the Song Surfers Mailing List -US listeners get a free sticker!) https://forms.gle/casuqyVN8e5RGVd58 (Submit your music to Song Surfing) https://forms.gle/kNLGHpkNk3wDExUM6 (Spotify Playlist) Song Surfing is part of thehttps://www.thelincolnlodge.com/podcasts ( Live from the Lincoln Lodge Podcast Network) Mentioned in this episode: Plugin Boutique Use our referral link next time you're shopping for plugins at pluginboutique.com https://pluginboutique.com/?a_aid=songsurfing

Autumn's Oddities
The Botanist and the Beast

Autumn's Oddities

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 27:56


Jane Marie Prichard went into Blackbird State Forest early on the morning of September 20, 1986. She was collecting the final data she needed for her thesis in botany when an unknown assailant attacked and killed her. The killer left evidence, but the DNA didn't match up to the only suspect's. With no leads and no motive, her case went cold. SOURCEShttps://www.newcastlede.gov/1308/Jane-Prichardhttps://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/local/1987/08/12/u-md-slaying-suspect-freed-by-a-hair/6da6a6c7-cf3f-4628-848d-ebfb0c65bad4/https://www.newcastlede.gov/DocumentCenter/View/14848/Prichard-CC-Document?bidId=https://casetext.com/case/state-v-lloydhttps://delawaretoday.com/life-style/meet-the-men-solving-delawares-cold-murder-cases/

CANADALAND
The Dubious Botanist

CANADALAND

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 40:13


A Canadian scientist wanted to demonstrate how he could use DNA barcoding to distinguish between different strains of cannabis; a pretty valuable thing to be able to do during the weed marketing gold rush. To prove it, he just took a graph of U.S. arrest data, changed the title, and said 'here, here's my evidence.' He did a lot more than that. And it might have all gone unnoticed, if not for some meddlesome researchers. Senior producer Sarah Lawrynuik gets into it. Featured in this episode: Charles Piller, investigative journalist for Science Magazine; Ken Thompson, post-doctoral fellow at Stanford University; Paul Hebert, director of the University of Guelph's Centre for Biodiversity Genomics Further reading: Failing the test, Charles Piller, Science Controversial supplements researcher not guilty of misconduct, Canadian university concludes, Charles Piller, Science Support Canadaland at canadaland.com/join Sponsors: oxio, Shopify, Article Additional Music is by Audio Network Support CANADALAND: https://canadaland.com/join See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mystery Books Podcast
A Botanist's Guide to Parties and Poisons

Mystery Books Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 10:22 Transcription Available


Do you have a fondness for lady scientists of the early 20th century who encounter mysteries? Then you'll want to read “A Botanist's Guide to Parties and Poisons” by Kate Khavari.

MARGARET ROACH A WAY TO GARDEN
Taking Stock of Natives With Wes Knapp – A Way to Garden With Margaret Roach – June 13, 2022

MARGARET ROACH A WAY TO GARDEN

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 27:05 Very Popular


While researching a story about the endangered status of native trillium in North America recently, I was happy to meet today's guest, botanist Wesley Knapp. Our trillium conversations got me thinking about how headlines like the trillium one, highlighting reports of the accelerating threats of extinctions of plant or animal species, are so common in the news these days.  But how are those predictions calculated, I wondered, and also: do we know what species are already gone? Wesley Knapp, a Ph.D. student at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is Chief Botanist at NatureServe, the authoritative source for biodiversity data in North America. He previously worked as a Botanist and Ecologist for the Maryland and North Carolina Natural Heritage Programs.

Confessions of a Book Collector
M W Craven: Building a brand

Confessions of a Book Collector

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 35:18


Listen to bestselling author M W Craven talk about building a series and a brand as an author, buying books out of the back of vans and learn about his connection to Hairy Biker, Dave Myers and lead singer of Iron Maiden, Bruce Dickinson... 'The Botanist' by M W Craven is out now!

This Day in History Class
A corpse flower blooms in the United States for the first time - June 8th, 1937

This Day in History Class

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 8:29


The Speckled Bees: A Celebration of Childhood
E42: Interview with a Botanist - Planting and Gardening with Children

The Speckled Bees: A Celebration of Childhood

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 37:11


This week, we are so excited to bring you an Interview with a Botanist! Lucy interviewed Rachel Tenney (BS in Plant Science) of Plant School Podcast and Tenney Plants. Rachel is super down-to-earth, fun, and extremely passionate about plants! She makes plant care simple even for those of us with the blackest of thumbs! She is also a mother and is the perfect person to teach us about how and why to include children in our planting endeavors. She teaches us all about the benefits of caring for plants including teaching children gratitude, boosting the immune system and building tolerances to allergens, releasing serotonin and helping to stabilize mood, increasing focus, encouraging picky eaters to try new foods, establishing healthy nutritional habits, and exercising in a moderate and sustainable form. She also gives really practical ideas on how to involve children in plant care and gardening. Rachel also gives us some examples of great plants to bring to your indoor environments especially if you are new to this plant business. Rachel also gives some advice to moms about not allowing yourself to feel guilty. "Be happy with what you can accomplish, …teach your kids to love the things you love and I think it will pass on to them, and…they will grow to see the things you love and grow into that as well." Please go check her out at one of her several platforms! https://tenneyplants.com/https://www.instagram.com/tenneyplants/?hl=enhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNl82BnC262JNxVmaktTYAAReferences and Resources:School Gardens Enhance Academic Performance and Dietary Outcomes in Children - https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/josh.12278The Effect of a School Gardening Program on the Science Achievment of Elementary Students - https://journals.ashs.org/horttech/view/journals/horttech/15/3/article-p448.xmlGrowing Environmental Stewards: The Overall Effect of a School Gardening Program on Environmental Attitudes and Environmental Locus of Control of Different Demographic Groups of Elementary School Children - https://journals.ashs.org/horttech/view/journals/horttech/18/2/article-p243.xmlIngestion of Mycobacterium vaccae decreases anxiety-related behavior and improves learning in mice - https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0376635713000296Soil and Human Health: Current Status and Future Needs - https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1178622120934441Support the show

Northern Nevada Green Living Podcast
Quinn Campbell - Local Botanist, Garden Manager & Desert Ecologist

Northern Nevada Green Living Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 36:57


Quinn is a local botanist, ecologist, gardener, and Nevada native. He has spent most of his career studying the native plants of Nevada and fire ecology in the Great Basin. He’s researched how to effectively restore burned plant communities in our Nevada deserts. More recently, he began working as a garden manager for Farmily, one of our local non-profits partnered with the Boys and Girls Club to teach social-emotional learning through the garden and providing healthy food to the kids and their families. As we learned about in our last episode, Farmily's newest project, Katie's Garden, is a collaboration with the Katie Grace Foundation, Boys and Girls Club, and Bridge Church, and will house a food forest, production garden, and native plant pollinator garden. Quinn on his own also has begun hosting native plant walks to teach our community about the fascinating and diverse flora of our deserts. Since recording this podcast we learned that Quinn was awarded a fellowship from the National Science Foundation and will be moving to Oahu, Hawaii to start his work towards his PhD. We are super excited and proud of Quinn and wish him all the best in professional eco journeys to make this world a greener place! Instagram: q_campbell Email: quinncampbell@gmail.com

Engines of Our Ingenuity
Engines of Our Ingenuity 3269: Cyanotype

Engines of Our Ingenuity

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 3:50


Morning Mix with Alan Corcoran
Botanist Howard Fox tells us about International Day of Plant Health

Morning Mix with Alan Corcoran

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 6:25


Trillium Montessori Talks
016: Confessions of a Black Thumb Botanist

Trillium Montessori Talks

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 18:20


During your early years as a Montessori teacher, you might feel like you're in the dark. Sometimes, you might be asked to teach on subjects you yourself aren't entirely confident in. Other times, you might feel overwhelmed by the day-to-day work of running a classroom. But like a seed planted beneath the soil, the only way out is up. As you grow, you'll push through those barriers and stretch closer and closer to the light.In this episode, Letty is sharing an experience from her very first year of teaching that taught her a lot about perseverance and patience. We're chatting about the experiential learning you can provide your students and why it's often more impactful than theory-based learning. Plus, we're sharing a few life lessons we can learn from plants.What's in this episode:How Letty began her Montessori teaching career in a brand new schoolTeaching a subject you don't feel entirely confident inHow Letty might have handled her first teaching experience differentlyLearning alongside your students and appreciating the learning processHow to plant seeds–literally and figuratively–in your classroomWhy the experiential parts of the learning process are even more important than the theoryLife lessons we learn from plants that you can share with your studentsFacing and embracing obstacles as a new teacherFor full show notes, resources, links and to download the transcript, visit https://www.trilliummontessori.org/confessions-of-a-black-thumb-botanist/Resources Mentioned in This Episode:N/AConnect With UsVisit our websiteFollow us on InstagramConnect with us on Facebook

The Daily Gardener
May 2, 2022 Novalis, Frederick Arthur Walton, Charlotte Forten, Robert Frost, The Land Gardeners by Bridget Elworthy, and Norman Bor

The Daily Gardener

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 14:37


Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart   Support The Daily Gardener Buy Me A Coffee    Connect for FREE! The Friday Newsletter |  Daily Gardener Community   Historical Events 1772 Birth of Friedrich von Hardenberg (pen name Novalis ("NO-vol-liss")), the German romantic poet-philosopher. Friedrich's pen name, Novalis, was a nod to his 12th-century farming ancestors who called themselves the Novali, which translates to "people who cultivate new land," - and his first work under his pen name was Blüthenstaub (Pollen). In the book, Novalis advised his artistic friends to be prolific in their work, writing, Friends, the soil is poor, we must scatter seed abundantly for even a moderate harvest.   Novalis is most remembered for his unfinished work Henry von Ofterdingen: A Romance. This work resulted in a nickname for Novalis as the poet of the blue flower. Henry von Ofterdingen was a fabled poet from the 13th century. In Novalis's story, his romantic yearning is symbolized by his love for a blue flower, which Novalis later revealed was inspired by a heliotrope. For centuries, Novalis has been seen primarily as a love-struck poet who mourned the death of his first love, Sophie, only to be reunited with her in heaven after he, too, succumbed to the white plague or tuberculosis.  Today, blue flowers remain a symbol of desire and a striving for the unreachable. They also represent humanity's connection with nature - a rare and fragile relationship. Today, blue flowers remain among gardeners' most coveted color of blossoms - as in the Himalayan blue poppy, the delphinium, the cornflower, and the forget-me-not. In Henry von Offerdingen, Novalis wrote, I care not for wealth and riches. But that blue flower I do long to see; it haunts me and I can think and dream of nothing else...   1853 Frederick Arther Walton, English nurseryman, cactus collector, and jeweler. Born in Birmingham, Frederick owned one of the largest private cactus collections in England, and he started a cactus nursery called The Friary.  He also created and edited The Cactus Journal - a monthly journal devoted exclusively to cacti and other succulent plants, which ran for 24 issues. Frederick also founded the first cactus society in England.  In 1899, he traveled to America and Mexico to collect cactus, and he wrote, Possessing one of the largest collections in England, I decided to go to the native home of the cactus – California, Arizona, and Mexico. so on January 7th, 1899, I left Liverpool Fort New York; then I went to the great city of St Louis where there is a cactus a society and a very good collection of cacti in the Botanical Gardens. After spending a few pleasant days at St Louis I took the train to Kansas City… then through New Mexico and arrived at San Bernardino California where I met Andrew Halstead Alverson a very enthusiastic Cactus collector. He took me out into the desert, and for the first time in my life, I was in the midst of wild cacti.   The trip was the adventure of a lifetime for Frederick. He battled snakes, scorpions, pumas, centipedes, and the harsh desert sun in an exploration of cactus country covering over 20,000 miles in the western hemisphere. In January 1900, for unknown reasons, Frederick's cactus journal and the cactus society abruptly ended. There was a mention in the final issues of The Cactus Journal that he was exploring the creation of a daffodil journal - but it was never printed. At the turn of the century, European gardeners outside of Germany had no real interest in cactus or succulents - that interest wouldn't be rekindled until the 1930s. And so, in 1905, Frederick's health was waning, and he sold his nursery. Frederick died in 1922.   1858 On this day, the poet, teacher, abolitionist, and writer Charlotte Forten started writing her poem called, To a Beloved Friend. Charlotte was friends with Sarah Cassey Smith and had lived with the Smith family while attending school. In 1856, Charlotte became Salem State's first African American graduate. Sarah and Charlotte shared a love for all flowers. The young women made and received May baskets in the springtime, and they both enjoyed spring nosegays or little bouquets. Once when Charlotte's teacher gave her a little bouquet, Charlotte wrote in her diary. Your voiceless lips, dear flowers, are living preachers.   The day before this day, in 1858 (May 1st), Charlotte found herself homesick for Salem. She disliked the noisy city life in Philadelphia, and she also confronted more significant restrictions on her activities as an African American in the City of Brotherly Love. She had noted in her diary that she had been "refused at two ice cream salons." And so, when Sarah's bouquet arrived on May 1st, Charlotte quickly interpreted the meaning of each flower according to floriography or the language of flowers - a common way for people to communicate in the 1800s. Sarah's handpicked Mayflowers symbolized welcome. The little Violets represented constant friendship, and the delicate Columbine was a reference to separation. The message of friendship and love across the miles of separation was received loud and clear. From her diary, we know the bouquet lifted Charlotte's mood and inspired Charlotte's poem called To a Beloved Friend.   1923 On this day,  Robert Frost's poem "Our Singing Strength" was first published in the New Republic. The poem begins, It snowed in spring on earth so dry and warm The flakes could find no landing place to form. Hordes spent themselves to make it wet and cold, And still they failed of any lasting hold. They made no white impression on the black. They disappeared as if earth sent them back.   Grow That Garden Library™ Book Recommendation The Land Gardeners by Bridget Elworth and Henrietta Courtauld This book came out in 2020, and the subtitle is Cut Flowers. Let me begin by setting the table for you - because that's precisely the cover of this book. There's a table with a beautiful tablecloth and then a variety of porcelain vases on the table, all of different sizes and shapes. Behind that is a gallery of botanical art. Resting on the table are cut tulips, all kinds of tulips. And, then in two of the vases are different arrangements of these beautiful, fresh-picked tulips. It's just an absolutely stunning cover. The Land Gardeners is a five-star book on Amazon as well. Together, Bridget and Henrietta are English gardeners, and they established a firm that they call Land Gardeners. So, the book references their work - as well as their shared passion - which is, of course, flowers. In the real world, The Land Gardeners is a cut flower operation. The book, The Land Gardeners, provides everything you need to know to set up your own cut flower garden - and then everything that comes after, including gathering the flowers, even arranging. Vogue was a fan of this book, saying, A peak into their blossom-filled world. The book reads like a meander through their tumbling English gardens.   The Sunday Times wrote, One of the Best Gardening Books of the Year.   And The Oregonian said, Packed with ideas and inspiration, passion and beauty... This large-size, hardcover book is filled with stellar photographs that will also inspire you to display a vase filled with flowers you grew and arranged yourself.   This book is a big one. It's almost five pounds, 391 pages of cut flowers from the garden to the vase. You can get a copy of The Land Gardeners by Bridget Elworthy and Henrietta Courtauld and support the show using the Amazon link in today's show notes for around $23.   Botanic Spark 1893 Birth of Norman Bor, Irish botanist and explorer. He was awarded the Linnean Medal of the Linnean Society in 1962 and served as an Assistant Director of Kew.  His wife, Eleanor, accompanied him to Assam and Tibet and then wrote a fabulous book about the adventure called The Adventures of a Botanist's Wife - a book I own multiple copies of - it's a favorite of mine. In 1952, a newspaper in Melbourne, Australia, featured Eleanor's book in an article called "On Top of the World." Here's an excerpt: Mrs. Bor had expected to share exciting plant discoveries and, at least, to give her name to a rare orchid. Instead, she found her husband was a specialist in grasses, and it was a new species of grass - extremely rare - but, to her, looking no more than a "mangy bit of fur" that finally bore her name. Once [ on a mountain] stepping from mist and snow, they saw below them... a blaze of rhododendrons and magnolias, and In their camp that night burned rhododendron logs. Their mountain trips were often dangerous... The Rupa bridge was especially terrifying, with only strands of cane for a foothold and tall hoops set a yard apart for the hands to grip. More menacing than cane bridges and cliff tracks were the insects. Wild animals were not alarming, but the hornets, centipedes, horse flies, dam dims, and above all, the leeches made camping in the jungle foothills a nightmare.   One reviewer wrote: Here is a story told with the charm and simplicity of a life spent in the foothills of the Himalayas where Eleanor Bor and her botanist husband tramp through jungled terrain establishing friendly relations with hill tribes and villagers, discovering the enchantments of mysterious undergrowth and carrying with them the domestic problems of household pets and family happenings. Their years in the jungle...are those of a true traveler.   Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener And remember: For a happy, healthy life, garden every day.

The Cowboy Up Podcast
E43S2  The Forgotten Botanist

The Cowboy Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 48:43


In 1870, a talented young woman packed up her bags and bid adieu to a damp and chilled East Coast. Sara Plummer Lemmon would spend the remainder of her life in the West leaving a legacy still visible today. And yet, she remains in the shadows of history. Wynne Brown, author of the award-winning biography, “The Forgotten Botanist: Sara Plummer Lemmon's Life of Science and Art” brings to light the many accomplishments of this remarkable woman.

Olivia's Book Club
Abby Jimenez, "Part of Your World"

Olivia's Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 39:59


Abby Jimenez just may be the most interesting woman in the world! She's competed on the Food Network, is the owner of Nadia Cakes, a bakery that ships all across the country, and is a bestselling author (not to mention mom to pets who are very popular on social media.) She joins the podcast to talk about her new novel “Part of Your World,” which she describes as an “age gap, social gap romance” about Alexis Montgomery and Daniel Grant, a doctor and carpenter who meet-cute when she's driving through town and her car gets stuck in the mud. Abby shares specific advice with Olivia for aspiring novelists, talks about her bakery business, and shares which network offer to adapt this book for screen that she's already turned down. A Moment With Margaret: Beach reads that are top of the TBR for Margaret include Emily Giffin's “Meant To Be,” (May 31) and “A Botanist's Guide to Parties and Poisons” (June 7) by Kate Khavari. Olivia and Margaret discuss enjoying Jennifer Weiner's new book, “The Summer Place” (May 10).

Principle of Hospitality - The Podcast
Ep 185 - Easter Break Replay - Episode 2 of 2 - Scaling one of Sydney's best groups with heart...with Hamish Watts and Ben Carroll from Applejack Hospitality

Principle of Hospitality - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 48:15


Easter Break Replay - Episode 2 of 2 Ep 185 - Scaling one of Sydney's best groups with heart...with Hamish Watts and Ben Carroll from Applejack Hospitality  Applejack is a boutique Sydney-based hospitality group founded in 2011 by industry stalwarts Hamish Watts and Ben Carroll, who have combined experience and expertise of over 35 years in the industry. Applejack currently owns and operates eight venues across Sydney including SoCal, The Botanist, The Butler and Tap Rooms, along with their most recent purchase, renowned 100 years old Sydney pub Forrester's in Surry Hills, which they relaunched after a major renovation and with a brand-new offering at the end of last year. Over a year later, Applejack has been challenged in having a second major lockdown happening in Sydney, but they are remaining positive about the future ahead, and the impact they can continue to make on an ever-evolving industry. In this podcast we talk about how they have managed to keep their team energised and involved in the venues, what they see the biggest challenges are coming out of the pandemic, and what they are looking forward to in the future as their group grows and evolves. Please connect with Applejack here: Website: https://applejackhospitality.com.au/ (https://applejackhospitality.com.au/) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/applejack_hospitality/ (https://www.instagram.com/applejack_hospitality/) Please find us here at POH: Website: https://principleofhospitality.com/ (https://principleofhospitality.com/) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/principle_of_hospitality/ (https://www.instagram.com/principle_of_hospitality/) Thanks to our supporter for this season - https://www.chefshat.com.au/ (Chefs Hat Australia)

Pinkie The Pig Podcast
0638 Pinkie The Pig Podcast/Botany + William Bartram

Pinkie The Pig Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 10:26


DOSED with Abby Martin
#3 - Vigilante Botanist Joey Santore

DOSED with Abby Martin

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 115:35


From his “illegal” guerrilla tree planting to unique popularization of botany, Joey Santore talks with Abby about trippy plant facts. Follow his work at Crime Pays But Botany Doesn't! Download the Callin app for iOS and Android to listen to this podcast live, call in, and more! Also available at callin.com

1-On-1 Music Review
Botanist interviews w/Dr Empress Rose

1-On-1 Music Review

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2022 33:34


Singer/Songwriter Botanist's music infuses reggae, Dancehall, trap, hip and gospel. South Africa Botanist's love for music started at a very tender age of 8. He is well known for his versatility. He started as a pianist and a vocalist and later fell in love with Reggae Music. He has since increased his arsenal skill to include being a Drummer, Bassist and HipHop Artist and session artist for Neo Soul. Check out the complete interview here!!

1-On-1 Music Review
Reggae #Live w/ Dr Empress Rose

1-On-1 Music Review

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 180:01


Ras Charmer, Challenger, Botanist, Mikey General joins Dr Empress Rose live in the Music Labb

Read. Return. Repeat. : A ReadICT Podcast
The Books are Back in Town

Read. Return. Repeat. : A ReadICT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 43:31


In this premiere episode of season 2, co-hosts Sara Dixon and Daniel Pewewardy interview debut author Kate Khavari, Wichita native and author of the upcoming historical mystery novel, A Botanist's Guide to Parties and Poisons, due out on June 7, 2022. They discuss the differences between self-publishing and working with a large publisher, how she juggles writing while being a stay-at-home mom, her advice for aspiring writers, and more. Episode Transcript and Show Notes: http://wichitalibrary.org/BooksMore/Podcast/Pages/rrr_s2e1.aspx New to #ReadICT? Join the challenge! For more information visit wichitalibrary.org/readict.

How Do I Do This: An Environmental Career Podcast
S4 E03 Will Van Hemessen - Consulting Botanist

How Do I Do This: An Environmental Career Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 35:41 Transcription Available


Manchester Green New Deal podcast
"We all should be botanists" Interview with Leif Bersweden

Manchester Green New Deal podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 59:16


As spring begins to bloom into life we're heading back into the garden to see how biodiversity, botany, and our green and pleasant land is vital in our fight against climate change. We are joined this week by Leif Bersweden. Leif is a Botanist, plant geneticist and writer who specialises in flora across the British Isles. Leif spent a year travelling the British Isles to discover how people and communities connect to their environments and explored the rich biodiversity of the isles. We discuss how we can rejuvenate Britain's wild meadows, cultivating empathy with wildlife, how poor soils can create biodiversity and Britain's most devious plants.Links You can check out Leif's books here:https://leifbersweden.com/books/ Shout outsSarah Watts for her mountainous plant conservation  work@Watts_SHP&O workers@nautilusintCHEPS pallet workers @Unite_NorthWestYou can support the CHEPs Pallet workers strike fund by donating toUnity Bank NW/1 Strike Fund. Account 20217873. Sort code 60-83-01.Louis McKechnie - Louis tied himself to goal posts during the Newcastle VS Everton game to bring to light the amount of fossil fuel investment in the game. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/gndmediauk)

Outside Podcast
How a Vigilante Botanist Became a Cult Icon

Outside Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 24:59


An ex-punk and former train engineer who is self-taught in the sciences, Joey Santore does not fit the mold of the stereotypical botanist. He has lots of tattoos and no college degree and is known for illegal tree-planting projects. Then there's his voice: a native Chicagoan, he can sound like he's on an SNL skit about Da Bears. Maybe all this explains why his YouTube channel, Crime Pays But Botany Doesn't, has more than a quarter-million subscribers. We join Santore on a peyote hunt in the South Texas scrublands to try to understand how he's getting so many different kinds of people to geek out on plants. This episode is brought to you by Visit Mississippi, a wonderland for outdoor lovers. Learn more about all the adventures to be had across Mississippi at visitmississippi.org.

The Daily Gardener
March 10, 2022 Georg Steller, Jean-Baptiste Le Blond, Joseph von Eichendorff, Ina Donna Coolbrith, The Botanist's Daughter by Kayte Nunn, and the San Juan Botanical Garden

The Daily Gardener

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 12:56


Plants are People too: Botany Podcast
Episode 16: Amanda Weise Research Botanist with the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, Non-Orthodox Plant Species, Butternuts (Juglans cinerea), Rhodiola (rosea and integrifolia, Disjunct Plant Species

Plants are People too: Botany Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 27, 2022 57:37


In Episode 16: I am joined by Amanda Weise, research Botanist with the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chaska, MN to discuss some of the things the arboretum is doing as part of it's mission. This includes vascular plant seed banking, terrestrial orchid germination research, and butternut conservation. In this episode, Amanda shares some of her identification techniques for Juglans cinerea and some of the management techniques that are going into the conservation of this historical northeastern and upper midwestern species. Also in this episode, Amanda shares with us some information on Rhodiola integrifolia, and some ponderings and research she's done on disjunct plant species. Enjoy.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=65399395)

For What It's Earth
71: Botanist Leif Bersweden on Plants & Climate Change

For What It's Earth

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2022 48:44


How is climate change impacting plant communities? Are there any winners among the losers? Why are plants just as cool as (if not, cooler) than animals? And how does a broken car actually HELP when you're writing a book? Emma is joined this week by botanist and author Leif Bersweden, who has just announced that he's got another book due out in 2022; Where The Wildflowers Grow.  For more from Leif: https://www.instagram.com/leifbersweden/ https://twitter.com/LeifBersweden  Pre-order Leif's new book, Where The Wildflowers Grow: https://www.waterstones.com/book/9781529349535 Enjoyed the episode? Got an idea for another topic? Just want to say Hi? Get in touch with us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter or by email forwhatitsearthpod@gmail.com. Oh, and please subscribe so that you never miss an episode, and leave us a 5- star review to help new listeners find us!

Re|flections
Mirrors Vol. 45 | Luis Lozano

Re|flections

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2022 80:32


This week, showcasing an all-vinyl mix, we welcome our friend Luis Lozano, who gave some choice selections of spacey cuts and deep minimal grooves, enjoy! -- Follow @luislozano303 www.instagram.com/ihateluis -- "Botanist by day, purveyor of all things underground by night, Luis Lozano has had an affinity for electronic music since he was young. His tasteful selections of deep atmospheric house and groovy stripped-back techno set him apart from the rest and make his sets ones not to miss." -- Tracklist: 1. Mihai Pol - Focal - CVLTD007 2. Dubfluss - Relayx - RWL002 3. TIJN - It's Alright - UBU003 4. Sublee - Necunoscuti - MN004 5. Mihigh - Licence - AM004 6. Unknown - A2 Unknown - AURUM001 7. CHKLTE - Gravity Pool - MOONF001 8. Direkt - End Credits - ATIPICLAB008 9. Rupert Wall & Chuwee - Luna's Revenge - ITBVA01 10. Kalabrese - Chicken Fried Rice - PERLON37 11. Diego Krause - Bring the Noise - UW07 12. Eloi - Paolo, Oboe - HMV02 13. Lulla -Nozdormu (Triptil Remix) - COC006 14. Silat Beksi & Swoy - Pro2 - MODEIGHT012 15. Giash - Pulsa - FYEM001 16. Hippex - Drowning By The Light - KNTNT004 17. Bucurie - Time for Space - ABD004

BloomTV
Supporting Women's Health and Vitality Through Flowers

BloomTV

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2022 38:06


Harvard Scientist and Botanist, Bridget Molloy, shares how the world of flowers and plants can help contribute towards women's overall health and vitality. Visit www.BloomTVNetwork.com 

Plants are People too: Botany Podcast
Episode 11: Special Guest: Chris Schorn, Botanist and Senior Land Steward at Midcoast Conservancy in Maine discusses common New England lichen species, symbionts, reproduction and terminology, but also Botany

Plants are People too: Botany Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 94:28


In Episode 11 of the Plants are People too Podcast we talk with Chris Schorn,  Botanist and Senior Land Steward at Midcoast Conservancy in Maine. Chris discusses lichen species like Lobaria and Cladonia  as well as a little on other Maine botanical subjects. In this podcast, Chris discusses a few of the unique Maine habitats, some special flora of the midcoast maine area (Gentianopsis crinita, Lomatogonium, and Carex), land stewardship, and regional lichen species identification and terminology.  Lichens may seem visually similar to plants, but interestingly this special symbiotic relationship is formed between two completely different kingdoms of organisms (Protista and Fungi) and not a plant at all. Winter is a categorically boring time of year for botanists in the Northeast. So, if the snow has covered all the Lycopodiella and Spinulum species you were hoping to study this January, tune in and learn a little about the rich diversity of lichens on the New England landscape. Enjoy!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=65399395)