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Katie, The Ordinary Witch
Katie's Botanical Birthday

Katie, The Ordinary Witch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022


Katie's birthday is on its way. Last year her mum gave her a book on Botany! This time she wants some rollerblades and a computer. But her mum thinks that rollerblades are dangerous and computers cost a lot of money. She goes for a walk in the botanical gardens with her best friend, Isis. They are surprised to see Katie's cat, Solomon, is there too. So Katie turns Isis and herself into cats, and they follow Solomon through the undergrowth. What do they discover? Katie the Witch returns to Storynory!

Modern Miss Mason
The Beauty Of Botany - With Leif Bersweden

Modern Miss Mason

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 42:47


Leif Bersweden is a writer, botanist and science communicator with a face-down, bottom-up approach to watching nature. He grew up in rural Wiltshire where he taught himself how to identify the local wildlife. More recently, Leif completed a genetics PhD at Kew Gardens and is the author of The Orchid Hunter (2017) and Where the Wildflowers Grow (2022). Website: https://leifbersweden.com/ Modern Miss Mason Links: https://linktr.ee/leahboden

The Ground Shots Podcast
Nikki Hill with Sigh Moon on Botany as Archaeology, to Stop a Lithium Mine

The Ground Shots Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 140:15


Episode #69 of the Ground Shots Podcast was recorded in southern Oregon this past August among old Juniper trees tucked just below a special Tableland mesa, with Nikki Hill of Walking Roots, and Sigh Moon assisting in the conversation. Link to our website where you can donate to the podcast, and find the blog post on the podcast episode with photos and bios of Nikki and Sigh Moon as well as a few photos from where we recorded the episode: www.ofsedgeandsalt.com/podcastblog/lithiummine We talk about: What is a tableland or mesa? Nikki's intention in doing survey work at Thacker Pass, a place in Nevada slated to become a large lithium mine Questioning the sustainability of lithium Seeing wild gardens and patterns on the landscape that reflect historical relationships of indigenous peoples and places How deserts have been hard for European ancestored folks to conceptualize and how this makes it easy for us to consider it a wasteland to be inverted to perpetuate modern culture Considering certain lands sacrifice zones comes from the idea that we are separate from land and that we can actually have an effect the effects of private land ownership on the water table and water flows on land seeing through a lens of botanical archaeology how archaeology is often focused on ‘settled' life evidence not nomadic life evidence how do we start to re-see why plants are on the landscape in relationship to human historical tending of those plants? the misinformed idea that hunter-gatherers (gatherer-hunters) were not sophisticated in their tending what is the point in caring about anthropogenic landscapes? Nikki's plant survey process at Thacker Pass in Nevada and some of the plants she found like Yampah, Biscuitroots, Mariposa Lilies and more.   Links: Nikki's Website: Walking Roots Counterpunch article by Nikki: “Botany as Archaeology, to Stop a Lithium Mine' Nikki's instagram page: walking.roots Sigh Moon's Instagram page: tenderwildeyes Sigh Moon's Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrmu0A77ja3o8DZ32ttOsIA/videosSave Thacker Pass Campaign website ‘The Ecology of Eden: An Inquiry into the Dream of Paradise and a New Vision of Our Role in Nature' book by Evan Eisenberg, a book I read in college on critical ecology that feels relevant to this episode “The Void, The Grid & The Sign: Traversing The Great Basin” by William Fox, all about concepts of void and land value in the Great Basin Desert, a fascinating book “1491” and “1493” by Charles Mann, alternative histories to North and South America mentioning anthropogenic landscapes including ‘terra preta' in the Amazon, mentioned on the podcast Save Oak Flat and the Apache Stronghold Campaign Angela Moles Ground Shots Podcast interview mentioned on the podcast: Episode #57: Gabe Crawford interviews Angela Moles P.h.D. on the rapid evolutionary responses of plants due to climate change, challenging scientific dogma Past episodes of the podcast featuring Nikki Hill: Episode #31: Wild Tending series / Nikki Hill and Gabe Crawford on the basics of wild-tending Episode #33: Wild Tending series / Nikki Hill and Gabe Crawford on re-thinking the concept of invasive plants Episode #59: Is there such a thing as an "Invasive Species"? A conversation with Matt Chew Ph.d. hosted by Kollibri terre Sonnenblume, Nikki Hill and Gabe Crawford Music for this episode: Reverie, Spires and The Undergrowth by Juniper Blue This episode hosted by: Kelly Moody Produced by: Kelly Moody

Charlotte Mason Show
S6 E22 | Five Steps to a Superior Science Education (Jeannie Fulbright)

Charlotte Mason Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 39:19 Very Popular


Today, Jeannie Fulbright, shares the five steps to a superior science education that has grown a love for science in thousands of children and launched a multitude of homeschoolers into science careers, including three of her own children. Not only will she share the five most effective ways to ensure your children are educated with excellence, but at the end of the podcast, she'll share the secret formula her family used to make getting out in nature an everyday activity and built a lifelong love for nature in all of her children. And she'll give you practical tips to make getting out of doors a great deal easier for you, and much more interesting for your children. ABOUT JEANNIE Jeannie Fulbright, a 24-year veteran homeschooler, is the author of the #1 best-selling, multi award-winning Apologia Young Explorer science series: Exploring Creation with Astronomy, Chemistry and Physics, Botany, Zoology, and Anatomy & Physiology. She is also the author of the action-packed historical time travel book series Rumble Tumbles Through Time, as well as preschool science books and activity kits, the Charlotte Mason Heirloom Planner, and many high-quality Charlotte Mason based products. Jeannie and her husband Jeff became empty nesters in 2019. All four of their children all went to the University of Georgia on scholarship (homeschooling works!). For more than 20 years Jeannie has traveled around the country speaking to homeschoolers at conventions, covering a plethora of topics from Charlotte Mason to marriage and prayer.  RESOURCES MENTIONED Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) Notebooking Ideas by Jeannie Fulbright Nature Journaling: Everything You Need to Know (The Charlotte Mason Show, S6 E5) Nature Study Resources by Jeannie Fulbright Press Charlotte Mason Heirloom Planner by Jeannie Fulbright Press CONNECT Jeannie Fulbright | Instagram | Facebook | Facebook Group | Pinterest | Website Homeschooling.mom | Instagram | Website Thank you to our sponsors! Have you joined us at one of the Great Homeschool Conventions?  We hope to see you there! For more encouragement on your homeschooling journey, visit the Homeschooling.mom site, and tune in to our sister podcast The Homeschool Solutions Show. View full show notes on the blog.

Nature Magic
Episode 62 Neil Campbell is saving seeds

Nature Magic

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 10:48


Today Mary is talking to Neil Campbell, an ecologist living in Galway and helping Dr Colin Kelleher from the National Botanic Gardens in Glasnevin with the National Native seed bank project Neil has Masters and undergraduate degrees in Botany and Plant Sciences from NUI Galway He is interested in preserving and improving biodiversity and natural habitats with an interest in native Irish plants.Contact Neil Campbell atncampbell@mkoireland.ieContact Dr Colin Kelleher at botanicgardens@opw.ieContact Mary Bermingham atmary@burrennaturesanctuary.ieCheck out Burren Nature Sanctuary at www.burrennaturesanctuary.ieSupport the Nature Magic Podcast athttps://www.patreon.com/naturemagicShow websitewww.naturemagic.ie

Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast
Ep. 149 - THE EXOTIC EPISODE (Part 2): Saul is back, machete in hand, to take you on another tour of his jungle-like back garden - foliage has made way for floral delights as his garden reaches its autumnal peak.

Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 35:24 Very Popular


Autumn has arrived on the shores of the UK - a slight freshness to the mornings and a waning of the light signal that subtle change to the season. In the garden the peak colour and growth is starting to give way to the texture and autumnal colours that signal the slow, but beautiful descent, into a period of more dormant reflection. Autumn can be one of the most beautiful times of year and also a celebration of what has gone before, the present harvest of abundance but also the future excitement of gardening plans and work.Saul returns with another episode from his back garden - at its peak of lushness much of what was foliage has now turned floral. Gingers, Brugmansia, Salvias, Begonias have burst forth with a range of hues and scent that makes September the month for the lush jungle gardens around the UK, and a last hurrah of many gardens before the colder weather begins the slow work of pruning and protection for the winter.  Twitter links:Saul @GardeningSaulLucy @HeadGardenerLCIntro and Outro music from https://filmmusic.io"Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Support the show

Plant School Podcast
History of David Fairchild - Men in Botany | Ep. 93

Plant School Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 28:32


In today's episode I go over the life of David Fairchild and how he shaped a major part of our everyday lives. Thanks for listening! Remember, share this podcast with someone and message me on Instagram @tenneyplants to be entered into the free merch giveaway! Plant School Merch - https://tenney-plants.creator-spring.com/ Follow me; Instagram - @tenneyplants YouTube - Tenney Plants Channel Blog - www.tenneyplants.com Pinterest - Tenney Plants Email me! - tenneyplants@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/plant-school/support

Charlotte Mason Show
S6 E20 | Starting Your School Year on the Right Foot (Julie Ross & Jeannie Fulbright)

Charlotte Mason Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 35:28 Very Popular


Join Julie and Jeannie for this timely discussion on setting up your school year for success!  How can you go about setting goals in a way that doesn't lead to overwhelm?  This episode dives into what it looks like to reach for goals in your homeschool without placing unrealistic expectations on your children or yourself.  Julie and Jeannie address the importance of fostering independence and self-motivation in your children through Charlotte Mason's principle of masterly inactivity.  Whether you are at the beginning of your school year or need a mid-year reset, let this episode inspire you to go after grace-filled, life-giving goals in your homeschool. About Jeannie Jeannie Fulbright, a 24-year veteran homeschooler, is the author of the #1 best-selling, multi award-winning Apologia Young Explorer science series: Exploring Creation with Astronomy, Chemistry and Physics, Botany, Zoology, and Anatomy & Physiology. She is also the author of the action-packed historical time travel book series Rumble Tumbles Through Time, as well as preschool science books and activity kits, the Charlotte Mason Heirloom Planner, and many high-quality Charlotte Mason based products. Jeannie and her husband Jeff became empty nesters in 2019. All four of their children all went to the University of Georgia on scholarship (homeschooling works!). For more than 20 years Jeannie has traveled around the country speaking to homeschoolers at conventions, covering a plethora of topics from Charlotte Mason to marriage and prayer.  About Julie Julie H. Ross believes that every child needs a feast of living ideas to grow intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually. As a former school teacher, curriculum coordinator, and assistant director of a homeschool academy, Julie has worked with hundreds of students and parents over the past 20 years. She has also been homeschooling her own five children for over a decade. Julie developed the Charlotte Mason curriculum, A Gentle Feast, to provide parents with the tools and resources needed to provide a rich and abundant educational feast full of books, beauty, and Biblical truth. Julie lives in South Carolina. When she's not busy homeschooling, reading children's books, hiking, or writing curriculum, you can find her taking a nap. Resources The Charlotte Mason Heirloom Planner by Jeannie Fulbright AllTrails The Self-Driven Child by William Stixrud Three-Step Goal-Setting Packet by Julie Ross Connect Jeannie Fulbright | Instagram | Facebook | Facebook Group | Pinterest | Website Julie Ross | Instagram A Gentle Feast | Instagram | Facebook | YouTube | Website Homeschooling.mom | Instagram | Website Thank you to our sponsors! A Gentle Feast: a Charlotte Mason curriculum for the entire family Want to know more about the Charlotte Mason method?  Visit www.agentlefeast.com and click on LEARN MORE to receive a FREE four-day introduction course. Have you joined us at one of the Great Homeschool Conventions?  We hope to see you there! For more encouragement on your homeschooling journey, visit the Homeschooling.mom site, and tune in to our sister podcast The Homeschool Solutions Show. View full show notes on the blog.

The No Sweat Nature Study Podcast

Learning about nature through the eyes of naturalists, botanists, and other scientists is very cool. In this Gregor Mendel episode, take a look at botany through scientific eyes! Learn a brief biography of Gregor Mende and his pea plant experiments, as well as his ground-breaking studies of traits and heredity that opened the door to our modern-day understanding of genetics! Supplies for the nature study challenge: Nature journal or blank, white paper Colored pencils  For show notes and episode downloads, go to ourjourneywestward.com/gregor-mendel-study. ← Find the pea diagram here. Join No Sweat Nature Study LIVE at NoSweatNatureStudy.com. Use the code NOSWEAT for 50% off your first month of a monthly membership. In the Our Journey Westward Shop, you can find some homeschool studies that would flow nicely as a follow-up to the Gregor Mendel biography: Famous Naturalists Flower Families Wonderful Wildflowers Get this season's Podcast Plus+ Packet for free! Scroll to the bottom of the Gregor Mendel show notes page. The packet includes this season's podcast schedule, reference pages to the Handbook of Nature Study, supporting curriculum suggestions, and a list of go-along classes in the No Sweat Nature Study video library. Leave Mrs. Cindy a voice message to answer the current season's question! Scroll to the bottom of the Gregor Mendel show notes page. Share pictures of your nature journal pages on Instagram or Facebook. Be sure to tag @OurJourneyWestward so Mrs. Cindy will see them! Please subscribe to the podcast and leave a rating and review if you're enjoying the episodes. Thank you! It helps the podcast so much! :)

Know Nonsense Trivia Podcast
Episode 218: A Ferret Child

Know Nonsense Trivia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 75:16


Quizmasters Lee and Marc meet for a trivia quiz with topics including Botany, Logos, Astronomy, Cars, Movies, Periodic Table, Engineering, Symbols and more! Round One BOTANY - What type of plant will only bear fruit after digesting the corpse of a female wasp? LOGOS - What color is the 'l' in the Google logo? HOT ONES - The popular hot sauce challenge web series Hot Ones by Complex Networks is filmed in which U.S. state? ASTRONOMY - ‘Oceanus' and ‘Janus' were suggested names for what planet? CARS - What high-performance sports car by Dodge debuted in the 90's and was inspired by the Shelby Cobra in name and appearance? 2010's MOVIES - Slowmo is a drug that appears in what 2012 action adaptation of a comic book character? Round Two PERIODIC TABLE - Which common seven letter element has the atomic number 20? FIREARMS - Founded in the 16th Century, what Italian firearms manufacturer is the oldest active manufacturer of firearm components in the world? THE BIBLE - What is the fifth book of the New Testament? STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING - In structural engineering, what is the term for a structure's connection points or nodes? SYMBOLS - The international symbol of lb. for pound is an abbreviation for what latin word? NASA - What "lucky snack" is present at every mission event controlled from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (due to its presence at a successful landing of Ranger 7 on the moon)? Rate My Question JURASSIC PARK - The dilophosaurus is famously but inaccurately portrayed in Jurassic Park spitting venom. What does "dilophosaurus" mean in Greek? Final Questions 70's MOVIES - What 1979 comedy film sees its protagonist headed to Hollywood to become a star and features cameos by Milton Berle, Mel Brooks, Bob Hope, Elliott Gould, Carol Kane, Cloris Leachman, Steve Martin, Richard Pryor and Orson Welles, among others? CELEBRITY FAMILIES - What actor from Cheers is the maternal actor of Jason Sudeikis? HORROR MOVIES - In which Friday the 13th movie does Jason first don his iconic hockey mask? Upcoming LIVE Know Nonsense Trivia Challenges September 14th, 2022 - Know Nonsense Challenge - Point Ybel Brewing Co. - 7:30 pm EST September 15th, 2022 - Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge - Ollie's Pub Records and Beer - 7:30 pm EST September 17th, 2022 - UPSIDE DOWN TRIVIA: STRANGER THINGS PUB QUIZ - Ollie's Pub Records and Beer - 7:30 pm EST You can find out more information about that and all of our live events online at KnowNonsenseTrivia.com All of the Know Nonsense events are free to play and you can win prizes after every round. Thank you Thanks to our supporters on Patreon. Thank you, Quizdaddies – Gil, Tim, Tommy, Adam, Brandon, Blake Thank you, Team Captains – Kristin & Fletcher, Aaron, Matthew, David Holbrook, Mo, Lydia, Rick G, Skyler Thank you, Proverbial Lightkeepers – Elyse, Kaitlynn, Frank, Trent, Nina, Justin, Katie, Ryan, Robb, Captain Nick, Grant, Ian, Tim Gomez, Rachael, Moo, Rikki, Nabeel, Jon Lewis, Adam, Lisa, Spencer, Luc, Hank, Justin P., Cooper, Sarah, Karly, Lucas, Mike K., Cole, Adam Thank you, Rumplesnailtskins – Mike J., Mike C., Efren, Steven, Kenya, Dallas, Issa, Paige, Allison, Kevin & Sara, Alex, Loren, MJ, HBomb, Aaron, Laurel, FoxenV, Sarah, Edsicalz, Megan, brandon, Chris, Alec, Sai, Nathan, Tim, Andrea, Ian If you'd like to support the podcast and gain access to bonus content, please visit http://theknowno.com and click "Support."

Conservation Starters
Shore Friendly for Puget Sound: Part 2

Conservation Starters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 53:57


This month, on Conservation Starters, were joined by TCD's Conservation Program Manager Karin Strelioff, Engineering Geologist and Hydrogeologist Wendy Gerstel, and ISA Certified Arborist Ray Gleason. This second part episode takes a deep dive into our local shorelines. Wendy, a local geologist teaches us about the glacial formation of our Puget Sound beaches and delves into how water management plays a role in changes along our shorelines. We talk about the importance of vegetation along our shorelines and get some insight from Ray, a local arborist who shares his techniques for sustainably managing vegetation while also protecting property owners' views. Tune in to this episode to learn more!ResourcesKarin Strelioff, karin@thurstoncd.comShore Friendly ThurstonNorthwest Straits Foundation - Shore FriendlyWashington Coastal Atlas for all things coastal.Washington Geology Portal for all things geologic, and LiDAR.T-Sheets for historic coastline information.

The Inside Winemaking Podcast with Jim Duane
Ep. 141: Nick Gislason - Hanabi Lager

The Inside Winemaking Podcast with Jim Duane

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 113:54 Very Popular


Nick Gislason - Hanabi Lager This episode features Nick Gislason the founder and brewer of Hanabi Lager, which he brews with his wife and partners in the Napa Valley. Nick works as a winemaker, yet his curiosity for brewing, especially “grain-forward lagers”, was never shelved and has grown into Hanabi Lager Co., a brewery that he designed and built in his spare time. You might learn more about fireworks than winemaking in this conversation. Our conversation covers Nick's background, how his fascinations with Japanese fireworks and brewing as a teenager inspired the artwork for Hanabi, technical aspects of brewing Pilsner, the search for heirloom barley, and spore-traps for monitoring Powdery Mildew in vineyards. Hanabi Lager Walter Mahafee - Oregon State University Dept. of Botany and Plant Pathology AL&L Crop Solutions Lab for PCR on Powdery Mildew Spores This podcast is sponsored by Sentia. The Sentia hand-held wine analyzer is a portable device for measuring free sulfur dioxide and malic acid in your wine. Using existing technology developed by Universal Biosensors and applied in human health for over 10 years, you can now measure key analytes during your winemaking process in less than a minute. Sentia has been developed for cellar personnel who don't want to spend hours in a lab using traditional techniques or have to wait for results that are sent to an outside lab. In less time, you can test and make adjustments, then move on to the next task. Portability and speed of results are just some of the unique attributes of Sentia. No special skill is required, calibration is automatic, there are minimal or no reagents and it's cost-effective. Sentia is distributed nationally so for more information or sales in your area, go to universalbiosensors.com/sentia or look for “Sentia wine analyzer” in your browser. This podcast is sponsored by Total Wine. When you discover a new favorite bottle of Chardonnay, sparkling wine, or gin at Total Wine & More, you'll discover a whole lot more. Like the friendly smile of an expert guide ready to help you find that perfect bottle. And the confidence of knowing you just found something special. So, explore the wondrous selection and totally low prices at Total Wine dot com; where you'll find what you love, and love what you find. Drink responsibly. Be 21.   Questions?  Comments?  Let me know what you think: jim@insidewinemaking.com if you learn something from the collection of podcasts at Inside Winemaking, please considering donating to support the show.  Paypal links at the bottom of the Inside Winemaking homepage.  Every small donation is helpful.   The Inside Winemaking Podcast on iTunes And Stitcher Radio Too

Charlotte Mason Show
S6 E19 | Foreign Language Without a Curriculum (Jeannie Fulbright with Suzanne Gose)

Charlotte Mason Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 31:01 Very Popular


Can you really teach foreign language without knowing the language? Is it possible to teach a foreign language without a curriculum? The answer to both questions is yes. Join Jeannie as she interviews Suzanne Gose, the creator of Flip Flop Spanish (and soon German), who will share how you can easily—very easily—incorporate foreign language into your daily life. She'll share step by step instructions that will help you get off and running today! Look in the show notes for links to her favorite translation tool, and where you can take a peek at Suzanne's Charlotte Mason styled curriculum.  About Suzanne Suzanne is a certified Texas Public School teacher who thrived on teaching in the public school system before she began her family. Suzanne stayed home with her firstborn, and missed teaching so much that she reached out to her local community to tutor or host a small Spanish class. After that initial email, Suzanne received 42 replies the very next morning! So for 19 years now, Suzanne has been teaching Spanish and public speaking to homeschool students weekly in a classroom setting, most recently at the Community Homeschool Center in Bryan, Texas. She is a happily married mother of five children, small business owner, as well as a founder and board member of the Community Homeschool Center. Suzanne and her family love living on their small 15 acre farm in Central Texas with their goats, chickens, turkeys, ducks, and rabbits. She thoroughly enjoys teaching weekly Spanish classes, supporting homeschool endeavors of the community in any way possible, and striving to keep a happy, well-organized home. About Jeannie Jeannie Fulbright, a 24-year veteran homeschooler, is the author of the #1 best-selling, multi award-winning Apologia Young Explorer science series: Exploring Creation with Astronomy, Chemistry and Physics, Botany, Zoology, and Anatomy & Physiology. She is also the author of the action-packed historical time travel book series Rumble Tumbles Through Time, as well as preschool science books and activity kits, the Charlotte Mason Heirloom Planner, and many high-quality Charlotte Mason based products. Jeannie and her husband Jeff became empty nesters in 2019. All four of their children all went to the University of Georgia on scholarship (homeschooling works!). For more than 20 years Jeannie has traveled around the country speaking to homeschoolers at conventions, covering a plethora of topics from Charlotte Mason to marriage and prayer.  Resources Connect Suzanne Gose | Instagram | Facebook: Flip Flop Spanish | Facebook: Spanish Geniuses | Website Jeannie Fulbright | Instagram | Facebook | Facebook Group | Pinterest | Website Homeschooling.mom | Instagram | Website Thank you to our sponsors! Have you joined us at one of the Great Homeschool Conventions?  We hope to see you there! For more encouragement on your homeschooling journey, visit the Homeschooling.mom site, and tune in to our sister podcast The Homeschool Solutions Show. View full show notes on the blog.

Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast
Ep.148 - The Talking Heads team have been let loose on Audley End House and Gardens for #BBCGardenersWorldAutumnFair and bring you some of the sights and sounds from a wonderful weekend

Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 39:06


Long summer days, high temperatures and maximum sunlight are the hall marks of a good summer (lets hope for a little rain though!). The Summer of 2022 is eagerly awaited by all the keen gardens up and down the UK as herbaceous borders, roses, veg gardens and meadows are awash with new plantings, flower and a general sense of abundance that only Summer can bring. Whereas Spring is a steady ramping of growth the Summer is a time for 'peak  plant' followed by the mellow and relaxed waning into Autumn - so slap on that sun scream, stick on your favourite summer hat and get out and enjoy all the hard work you've undertaken in your garden!Lucy and Saul are out and about again. This time working at BBC Gardeners World Autumn Fair held at the beautiful Audley End House and Gardens. The pair have been given the run of the amazing 2.5 acre Walled Garden and along with the gardening team of Louise, Gemma, Kelly, Ursula and Angi they've been waxing lyrical on Fruit and Veg to many of the shows visitors. So sit back and enjoy a few of the sights, sounds and highlights from their weekend. Twitter links:Saul @GardeningSaulLucy @HeadGardenerLCIntro and Outro music from https://filmmusic.io"Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Support the show

The Boozebuddy Update
9/2/22 - Beer Trivia Helpers, A Welcome Boost & There *Is* An App for That

The Boozebuddy Update

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 3:15


#Vivino #trivia #Pappy #pappyvanwinkle #BuffaloTrace #bourbon #whisky #whiskey #book #literary #botany #brewing #app #algorithm #siptember Links below may contain affiliate links Brought to you by Green Mountain Payments - helping local business owners save thousands of dollars by providing complimentary credit card processing equipment and zero cost credit card processing. Visit greenmountainpayments.com or posandzero.com today! Beer Trivia Helpers - these books might help you shut down any beer trivia argument, The Botany of Beer Check it out at https://amzn.to/3q406cj and “Hooray for Craft Beer!” https://amzn.to/3wNsJ1q A Welcome Boost as news is out that Buffalo Trace, the maker of Pappy Van Winkle is planning to double production! Details at https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/buffalo-trace-maker-pappy-van-193000137 There *Is* An App for That and, shockingly, it seems to be a good one. Vivino uses data entered by regular ol' wine drinkers like you and me. A reporter with some wine chops decided to put it to the test and was surprised by how accurate it actually was. Get the details at https://www.sfchronicle.com/food/wine/article/vivino-app-top-wines-17408037.php Remember to like, comment & subscribe. Stay safe, drive sober and support the booze that supports your local community. Find me online - social media profiles & links at https://BoozebuddyUpdate.com Learn more about your host and voice over talent The Real Voice - Mel Allen at https://TheRealVoice.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/boozebuddy/support

Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast
Bonus Episode #17 - Lucy and Saul are joined in conversation by Head Gardener Louise Ellis, Kitchen Garden Supervisor Gemma Sturges and Senior Kitchen Gardener Kelly Fowler from Audley End House and Garden in Essex.

Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 49:15


From time to time Lucy and Saul decided they wanted to record conversations with other Head Gardeners, Curators, Garden Owners and fellow horticulturists across the UK, these will be published as Bonus Episodes alongside their usual format of chatting about their gardening lives. We hope you enjoy.For the Bonus Episode #17 we are joined by Head Gardener Louise Ellis, Kitchen Garden Supervisor Gemma Sturges and Senior Kitchen Gardener Kelly Fowler from Audley End House and Garden, and English Heritage managed estate in Essex. Both Lucy and Saul along with Louise and her staff will be at BBC Gardeners World Autumn Fair (2nd-4th September) giving tours of the walled garden and appearing on the various stages giving insights into their work and lots of gardening advice. So we find out about how they got into gardening, some of the crucial elements that go into managing an extensive garden and two and a half acre walled kitchen garden, as well as a few insights into their favourite gardening jobs!Twitter links:Gemma @gemma_sturgesSaul @GardeningSaulLucy @HeadGardenerLCInstagram links:Gemma madamtuberistKelly fedbyplantsLucy headgardenerlcIntro and Outro music from https://filmmusic.io"Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Support the show

Crime Pays But Botany Doesn't
Aug 25th Rants about Mexico, Botany News, Rain "Lilies", Dosing the RNC, etc

Crime Pays But Botany Doesn't

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 70:30 Very Popular


高效磨耳朵 | 最好的英语听力资源
四六级听力死磕磨耳朵 18

高效磨耳朵 | 最好的英语听力资源

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 9:37


提示1.每期为一篇听力题,每篇裁剪为若干片段,每个片段重复四遍。2.可以前两遍盲听理解,后两遍根据文字内容精听。3.根据中英文意思,听不懂的地方多听几遍。原文2021.6六级第一套 Conversation TwoToday, I'm talking to the renowned botanist, Jane Forster.Thank you for inviting me to join you on the show, Henry.今天,我将对话著名植物学家简-福斯特。谢谢你邀请我参加你的节目,亨利。Recently, Jane, you've become quite a celebrity since the release of your latest documentary. Can you tell us a little about it?简,自从最近你的最新纪录片发布后,你已经成为一个相当有名的人了,你能和我们分享一下这部纪录片吗Well, it follows my expedition to study the vegetation indigenous to the rain forest in equatorial areas of south east Asia.You certainly get to travel to some very exotic locations.它记录了我对东南亚赤道地区热带雨林的原生植被的研究。你肯定去了一些非常有异国情调的地方。It was far from glamorous, to be honest. The area we visited was accessible only by canoe. And the living conditions in the hut were primitive, to say the least. There was no electricity, and our water supply was a stream.说实话,这远不是什么迷人的地方。我们访问的地区只能通过独木舟进入,而小屋的生活条件也可以说是很原始。没有电,我们的水源是附近的一条小溪。How were the weather conditions while you were there?The weather was not conducive to our work at all, since the humidity was almost unbearable.你们在那里的时候,天气状况如何?天气完全不利于我们工作,因为湿度太高,简直令人难以忍受。At midday, we stayed in the hut and did nothing. It was too humid to either work or sleep.How long did your team spend in the jungle?中午时分,我们就呆在小屋里,什么也不做,天气太潮湿了,既不能工作,也不能睡觉。你们的团队在丛林里呆了多长时间?Originally, we planned to be there for a month. But in the end, we stayed for only two weeks.Why did you cut the expedition short?Halfway through the trip, we received news that a hurricane was approaching. And we had to evacuate at very short notice.最初,我们计划在那里呆一个月,但最后,我们只呆了两个星期。你们为什么缩短考察时间?行程过半,我们收到了飓风即将来临的消息,我们不得不在短时间内撤走了。That sounds like a fascinating anecdote.It was frightening. The fastest evacuation route was through river rapids. We had to navigate them carrying all of our equipment.这听起来是一件引人入胜的轶事。很吓人的,最快的疏散路线是河流的急流。我们必须带着我们所有的设备在河中穿行。So overall, was the journey unsuccessful?Absolutely not. We gathered a massive amount of data about the local plant life.那么总的来说,这次旅行是不成功的吗?绝对不是,我们收集了大量关于当地植物的数据。Why do you put up with such adverse conditions?Botany is an obsession for me. Many of the destinations I visit have stunning scenery, and I get to meet a variety of people from all over the world.你为什么要忍受如此恶劣的条件?我对植物相当着迷,我访问的许多地方的风景都很迷人,而且我还能遇到来自世界各地的形形色色的人。So where will your next destination be?I haven't decided yet.Then we can leave it for another vacation. Thanks.那么你的下一个目的地会是哪里?我还没决定。那我们可以把这个问题留到另一个假期,谢谢。问题:Question 5: What does the man want Jane Forster to talk about?Question 6: Why does the woman describe her experience as far from glamorous?Question 7: Why did the woman and those who went with her end their trip halfway?Question 8: What does the woman think of the journey?

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...

Heartwood
Personal Identity, Botany, and Environmentalism: A Conversation with Mae Lin Plummer

Heartwood

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 61:57


On this episode, Dr. Easley is joined by Mae Lin Plummer, Director of the IDEA Center for Public Gardens. The two discuss the importance of personal identity in shaping their environmental ethics and career paths.

Biophilic Solutions
Native Plants, Wildness, and Landscape Architecture with Dr. Alfred Vick

Biophilic Solutions

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 40:51


Is it important to know the cultural context of a place? How do landscape architects help connect us to nature? This week we're talking all about Native American ethnobotany, environmental ethics, and finding the right balance between wildness and order with Dr. Alfred “Alfie” Vick, the Georgia Power Professor of Environmental Ethics at the University of Georgia and Director of the Environmental Ethics Certificate Program. With Alfie as our guide, we explore the cross-section of landscape architecture and Native American studies, the changes he's observed in the fields of landscape architecture and biophilic design, and he even reveals a hot tip for combating poison ivy naturally. Show NotesUGA Environmental Ethics Program About Alfie VickThe Experience of Nature: A Psychological Perspective by Rachel Kaplan and Stephen KaplanLos Angeles River Revitalization ProjectFlight Path and Lost Waters with Urban Designer Hannah Palmer (Biophilic Solutions Podcast)State Botanical Gardens of Georgia - UGAKey Words: Native American, Indigenous Wisdom, Plants, Botany, Ethnobotany, Landscape Architecture, Landscape, Environment, Biophilia, Biophilic Design, Climate, Climate Change, UGA, Serenbe

Charlotte Mason Show
S6 E17 | Practicing Masterly Inactivity Makes for a Happy Homeschool (Jeannie Fulbright)

Charlotte Mason Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 28:09 Very Popular


Masterly Inactivity is probably the least discussed Charlotte Mason principle, though it is quite vital to a thriving, joyful homeschool. If we could master Masterly Inactivity, we would find our homeschool a more peaceful, happy place and our children more self-sufficient and self-motivated. Charlotte Mason gives us seven primary tools for practicing Masterly Inactivity and they all hinge upon the foundation for a Charlotte Mason Education and that is faith that the Divine Life at work in our children at all times, in all circumstances. Tune in to learn how you can implement the seven tools for Masterly Inactivity and watch your children blossom under the loving care of our Father in Heaven. Host biography Jeannie Fulbright, a 24-year veteran homeschooler, is the author of the #1 best-selling, multi award-winning Apologia Young Explorer science series: Exploring Creation with Astronomy, Chemistry and Physics, Botany, Zoology, and Anatomy & Physiology. She is also the author of the action-packed historical time travel book series Rumble Tumbles Through Time, as well as preschool science books and activity kits, the Charlotte Mason Heirloom Planner, and many high-quality Charlotte Mason based products. Jeannie and her husband Jeff became empty nesters in 2019. All four of their children all went to the University of Georgia on scholarship (homeschooling works!). For more than 20 years Jeannie has traveled around the country speaking to homeschoolers at conventions, covering a plethora of topics from Charlotte Mason to marriage and prayer.  Resources Mentioned The Self-Driven Child by William Stixrud Connect Jeannie Fulbright | Instagram | Facebook | Facebook Group | Pinterest | Website Homeschooling.mom | Instagram | Website Thank you to our sponsors! Have you joined us at one of the Great Homeschool Conventions?  We hope to see you there! For more encouragement on your homeschooling journey, visit the Homeschooling.mom site, and tune in to our sister podcast The Homeschool Solutions Show. View full show notes on the blog.

Beyond the Breakers
Episode 72 - San Pedro de Alcantara

Beyond the Breakers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 56:43


This week we discuss the sinking of the Spanish vessel San Pedro de Alcantara, which ran aground on the Portuguese coast in 1786.Sources: Åkesson, Per. "San Pedro de Alcantara." 1999. https://www.abc.se/~m10354/mar/spa.htmBaetjer, Katharine. "Jean Pillement: Shipwrecks and the Sublime." Metropolitan Museum Journal, vol. 51, 201, pp. 97 - 107Blot, Jean-Yves. "Incas em Peniche." História de San Pedro de Alcantara. https://www.abc.se/~pa/mar/spa-histo.htm^This source, from one of the lead investigators on the wreck site, has a lot of information that we were not able to fit into the episode. Worth the time to explore!Grant, Jason R. "De Macrocarpaeae Grisebach (Ex Gentianaceis) Speciebus Novis II: Typification of the Ruiz and Pavon Names." Harvard Papers in Botany, vol. 7, no. 2, March 2003, pp. 423 - 436. Russo, Jorge. "O San Pedro de Alcantara, 1786." 2003.  https://nautarch.tamu.edu/shiplab/baleal-ship-sanpedro.htmSupport the show

hanging out with audiophiles
HOWA EP 99 - DAVE OKUMU

hanging out with audiophiles

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 109:53


You may know him for his soaring solo musical adventures or maybe you're old school and you were always down with his band The Invisible. Perhaps you've seen him playing with Amy WInehouse or Grace Jones. Perhaps you've heard his collaborations with Adele, Yoko Ono or Tony Allen? Perhaps you've not come across him yet, in which case I'm very happy to make the connection. I know him as  a genuine, fascinating, generous and ultra simpatico friend that I see far too infrequently. There are few people I know that enjoy talking as much as Dave. He leads you into wild and wonderful places in his delightful and engaging explorations and I'm always keen to see where we might end up. In his presence, time seems to slow down and I find that deeply relaxing and very welcome. I often feel a tad in my head, or even headless but Dave brings a groundedness that is very settling. Those who know him have experienced his radiant smile and his tremendous, heart felt hugs. I feel very lucky to be friends with Dave. He's a real one of a kind and an absolute beast of a musician.I had the chance to get a sneak peak of his new LP and it's really mind blowing stuff. Just wait ! Ah yes. At long last, I'm so happy to welcome my friend on the show. Please welcome Dave Okumu Nitty 99 is an exploration of the Eventide H8000 and its excellent 4 part MIDI pitch shifter which appears to be the sound we know so well on the Bon Iver track 715 Creeks. I run all sorts of stuff into it and it's a delight! Can't believe this is my first time using it. Music for EP 99 comes from the rather excellent Botany! Superb. https://botany.bandcamp.com/album/deepak-verbera Still available for download is This EP FORUKRAINE performed by Rob Burger and sonically crafted by me all proceeds to the Ukrainian Redcross. Please consider a small donation :) I'd like to thanks Diana Walsh for her help prepping the interview audio @dmwalshmusic on the gram

Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast
Ep. 147 - Come on, rain! Whatever falls from our skies over the next few weeks and months will be sorely needed by the plants under Lucy and Saul's management. So, how best to conserve and harvest our water? Let the two head gardeners share their thou

Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 33:32


Long summer days, high temperatures and maximum sunlight are the hall marks of a good summer (lets hope for a little rain though!). The Summer of 2022 is eagerly awaited by all the keen gardens up and down the UK as herbaceous borders, roses, veg gardens and meadows are awash with new plantings, flower and a general sense of abundance that only Summer can bring. Whereas Spring is a steady ramping of growth the Summer is a time for 'peak  plant' followed by the mellow and relaxed waning into Autumn - so slap on that sun scream, stick on your favourite summer hat and get out and enjoy all the hard work you've undertaken in your garden!The sporadic nature of summer thorms is testing the patience of Head Gardeners, Saul and Lucy. Rain may be falling locally, but not on their respective Devonshire and Essex estates. So, how do the pair contemplate managing such erratic water supplies, and what can home gardeners do to emulate the same thinking? Water storage tanks, domestic dwelling planning regulations and grey water recycling all get the Talking Heads treatment - plus, we get an insight into what can happen in a head gardener's bathtub!Twitter links:Saul @GardeningSaulLucy @HeadGardenerLCIntro and Outro music from https://filmmusic.io"Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Support the showSupport the show

As Goes Wisconsin
It’s a wedding episode!

As Goes Wisconsin

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 89:04


It's a wedding episode with @KristinBrey's fiancé @Michael4MKE!  We talk about how the event industry has bounced back, Brews & Botany, An about-to-be-wed game and - We want to hear from you!  What's your best advice?

Science Night
Fresh and Foraged with Carolyn Dugas

Science Night

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 45:22


This week we're talking to Carolyn Dugas, a forager and content creator who is teaching people to reconnect with the food in their backyards safely and sustainably. In the news, we're talking about underground infernos, space sausage, and poison control. Your Hosts] James Reed (https://twitter.com/James_Reed3) Steffi Diem (https://twitter.com/SteffiDiem) Jason Organ (https://twitter.com/OrganJM) Our Guest Carolyn has been foraging and preparing wild foods on an almost daily basis since 2017 when she spent a year apprenticing with botanist and forager Abby Artemisia in the mountains of North Carolina. From there, her voracious curiosity led her on a never-ending quest of wild foods discovery. Carolyn now educates folks on sustainable foraging in the Upper Valley region of Vermont and New Hampshire, traditional lands of the Abenaki. Credits Editing-James Reed Mastering- James Reed Music: - Intro and Outro- Wolf Moon by Unicorn Heads | https://unicornheads.com/ | Standard YouTube License - Additional Sounds- Inside a Computer Chip by Doug Maxwell |https://www.mediarightproductions.com/ | Standard YouTube License The Science Night Podcast is a member of the Riverpower Podcast Mill (https://riverpower.xyz/) family scinight.com (www.scinight.com)

Shakespeare Anyone?
Hamlet: Ophelia, Gertrude, and Female Agency

Shakespeare Anyone?

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 57:31


In today's episode, we are going to be discussing the female characters of Hamlet: Ophelia and Gertrude. We will be tackling some of the more difficult parts of the play for modern readers and theater-makers: the misogyny and seeming lack of female agency. In the first half, Korey will help us grapple with the seemingly inherent misogyny of the text (is the play misogynist just because the title character is? Or is there another possible reading?). Then, Elyse will lead us through what an Early Modern audience member would have understood about Ophelia's death and Gertrude's part in it. Specifically we will focus on a cultural knowledge that has largely been lost for the modern audience, and the agency granted to these characters through that understanding.  Content warning: we will be discussing abortion, reproductive health, misogyny, and include brief mentions of assault and violence. Please listen with care.  We do not recommend any early modern medical advice. We are not doctors now or in the early modern era.  Also, we may use women, feminine, and female interchangeably to discuss issues pertaining to non-cismale bodies. While we know that people of all genders can be affected by patriarchy as well as become pregnant and need to be able to make their own decisions about reproductive health, we are aligning our language for this episode with that of the early modern writers we are analyzing.  Shakespeare Anyone? is created and produced by Korey Leigh Smith and Elyse Sharp. Music is "Neverending Minute" by Sounds Like Sander. Follow us on Instagram at @shakespeareanyonepod for updates or visit our website at shakespeareanyone.com You can support the podcast at patreon.com/shakespeareanyone Works referenced: Brustein, Robert. “Misogyny: THE HAMLET OBSESSION.” The Tainted Muse: Prejudice and Presumption in Shakespeare and His Time, Yale University Press, 2009, pp. 13–52. JSTOR, http://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt5vktzf.4. Accessed 17 Aug. 2022.   Culpeper, Nicholas. The Complete Herbal: To Which Is Now Added, Upwards of One Hundred Additional Herbs, with a Display of Their Medicinal and Occult Qualities ; Physically Applied to the Cure of All Disorders Incident to Mankind ; to Which Are Now First Annexed, the English Physician Enlarged, and Key to Physic, with Rules for Compounding Medicine According to the True System of Nature Forming a Complete Family Dispensatory, and Natural System of Physic. Edited by Thomas Kelly, Thomas Kelly, 17, Paternoster Row, 1843.   Culpeper, Nicholas. The English Physitian, or, an Astrologo-Physical Discourse of the Vulgar Herbs of This Nation: Being a Compleat Method of Physick, Whereby a Man May Preserve His Body in Health ; or Cure Himself, Being Sick, for Three Pence Charge, with Such Things Only as Grow in England, They Being Most Fit for English Bodies ... Edited by Thomas Cross, Peter Cole, at the Sign of the Printing-Press in Cornhil, near the Royal Exchange, 1652, Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership, http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A35365.0001.001, Accessed 16 Aug. 2022. Leong, Elaine. “‘Herbals She Peruseth': Reading Medicine in Early Modern England.” Renaissance Studies, vol. 28, no. 4, 5 Sept. 2014, pp. 556–578., https://doi.org/10.1111/rest.12079. Neville, Sarah.“Early Modern Herbals and the Book Trade: English Stationers and the Commodification of Botany”. Cambridge University Press, 6 Jan. 2022. Online. Internet. 26 Jul. 2022. Available: https://books.openmonographs.org/articles/book/Early_Modern_Herbals_and_the_Book_Trade_English_Stationers_and_the_Commodification_of_Botany/19189484/1 Riddle, John M. Eve's Herbs: A History of Contraception and Abortion in the West. Harvard University Press, 1999.  

Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast
Ep. 146 - Lights, camera, action! Garden media is extensive from mainstream TV, local radio and online influencers - both Lucy and Saul dabble from time to time and thoroughly enjoy using their voices to promote the gardening world.

Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 37:07 Very Popular


Long summer days, high temperatures and maximum sunlight are the hall marks of a good summer (lets hope for a little rain though!). The Summer of 2022 is eagerly awaited by all the keen gardens up and down the UK as herbaceous borders, roses, veg gardens and meadows are awash with new plantings, flower and a general sense of abundance that only Summer can bring. Whereas Spring is a steady ramping of growth the Summer is a time for 'peak  plant' followed by the mellow and relaxed waning into Autumn - so slap on that sun scream, stick on your favourite summer hat and get out and enjoy all the hard work you've undertaken in your garden!Gardening is portrayed in all sorts of media - from Monty on Friday nights, local radio garden phone-ins to YouTube influencers providing the latest gardening trends. The world of Gardening Media may seem glamorous but it is wide in its breadth with many outlets providing a space for the Horticultural voice to be heard. Lucy and Saul thoroughly enjoy using these platforms to  promote their beloved career and pastimes, and give a few tips and advice if you too want to give a little media work a go yourself.Twitter links:Saul @GardeningSaulLucy @HeadGardenerLCIntro and Outro music from https://filmmusic.io"Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Support the show

Regenerative Skills
Paul Nicholson opens the fascinating world of plants, botany, and horticulture

Regenerative Skills

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 59:27 Very Popular


Though we're quite a few episodes into this series on tree planting and agroforestry already, I had a unique opportunity to go back to the roots and explore some of the fundamentals of the plant kingdom and how we can actively work to preserve the wonder and diversity of vegetative life.  The truth is that the challenges of climate change and ecosystem mismanagement aren't only having an effect on humans and animals. Despite the fact that plants make up the vast majority of living biomass on earth, they're just as vulnerable in their own unique ways to warming climates, missing elements in their food webs, natural disasters and other challenges.  In order to get a better understanding of both the beauty of life in the plant kingdom and the difficulties of caring for such broad and diverse lifeforms, I spoke with Paul Nicholson, horticulturalist with the Royal Botanical Gardens of Sydney Australia.  Paul has nearly 30 years working as a horticulturist curating diverse collections such as: palms, camellias, begonias, succulents and Australian rainforest plants. He also instigated and helped develop the Cadi Jam Ora – First Encounters garden and Spring Walk and Palm Grove restoration programs. Paul is especially motivated to help people understand that plants are central to their lives, that plants are interesting, exciting, engaging and the more time you spend with plants the happier you are likely to be. His role as a tour guide and volunteer program manager has also given him an incredible ability to communicate his passion for his work and the collections at the gardens. Since we're already so far into this series exploring trees and various configurations of reforestation, this episode is a good chance to reconnect with the full range of the wild and wonderful world of plants, botany and horticulture in order to see it as a more complete picture. Join the discord discussion channel to win a copy of Coppice Agroforestry and learn new skills with the whole community Links: https://www.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au/ https://www.instagram.com/rbgsydney/  https://www.facebook.com/RBGSydney/

Charlotte Mason Show
S6 E15 | Scribbles to Essays: How Notebooking Develops Writers (Jeannie Fulbright)

Charlotte Mason Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 24:03 Very Popular


You can teach your children to be effective, skilled, thoughtful, and proficient writers using the amazing tool of notebooking. Notebooking develops writers naturally and organically through a steady, year-by-year, incremental progression of transcribing thoughts and new knowledge creatively and uniquely. This is by far the best way to train the skill of writing, thinking, memory, and the habit of attention. Through notebooking, a child essentially becomes the author of their own living book. Learn about this amazing tool in Jeannie's latest podcast. About Jeannie Jeannie Fulbright, a 24-year veteran homeschooler, is the author of the #1 best-selling, multi award-winning Apologia Young Explorer science series: Exploring Creation with Astronomy, Chemistry and Physics, Botany, Zoology, and Anatomy & Physiology. She is also the author of the action-packed historical time travel book series Rumble Tumbles Through Time, as well as preschool science books and activity kits, the Charlotte Mason Heirloom Planner, and many high-quality Charlotte Mason based products. Jeannie and her husband Jeff became empty nesters in 2019. All four of their children all went to the University of Georgia on scholarship (homeschooling works!). For more than 20 years Jeannie has traveled around the country speaking to homeschoolers at conventions, covering a plethora of topics from Charlotte Mason to marriage and prayer.  Connect Jeannie Fulbright | Instagram | Facebook | Facebook Group | Pinterest | Website Homeschooling.mom | Instagram | Website Thank you to our sponsors! Have you joined us at one of the Great Homeschool Conventions?  We hope to see you there! For more encouragement on your homeschooling journey, visit the Homeschooling.mom site, and tune in to our sister podcast The Homeschool Solutions Show. View full show notes on the blog.

Conservation Starters
Shore Friendly for Puget Sound: Part 1

Conservation Starters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 43:08


 This month, on Conservation Starters, were joined by TCD's Conservation Program Manager, Karin Strelioff, and Patrick Townsend, a Puget Sound shoreline landowner. During this episode, we learn about the Shore Friendly Program and how partners from around Puget Sound are working together to assist shoreline property owners to protect their property and the vital habitat that surrounds it. We discuss bulkheads, the benefits of natural shoreline, and learn about how a shoreline is always changing. Patrick shares the challenges he faced on his property and relates his experience working with our staff, and regional partners on his family's shoreline restoration project.  Resources:Karin Strelioff, karin@thurstoncd.comShore Friendly ThurstonShorefriendly.orgNorthwest Straits Foundation - Shore FriendlyShore Friendly KitsapDepartment of Ecology Coastal AtlasNorthwest Straights Commission

Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast
Ep. 145 - LET'S EAT! Kitchen gardens are a grow your owner's dream during August, so what are Head Gardeners, Lucy and Saul, harvesting? And what can you sow now to ensure crops roll in year round? Take a 30-minute break this weekend to find out.

Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 37:43 Very Popular


Long summer days, high temperatures and maximum sunlight are the hall marks of a good summer (lets hope for a little rain though!). The Summer of 2022 is eagerly awaited by all the keen gardens up and down the UK as herbaceous borders, roses, veg gardens and meadows are awash with new plantings, flower and a general sense of abundance that only Summer can bring. Whereas Spring is a steady ramping of growth the Summer is a time for 'peak  plant' followed by the mellow and relaxed waning into Autumn - so slap on that sun scream, stick on your favourite summer hat and get out and enjoy all the hard work you've undertaken in your garden!We're all so much more aware of the benefits of growing your own fruit and vegetables these days, and if you're a Head Gardener on an estate with a large kitchen garden, it's happy days during August. Saul and Lucy both love growing food for their employers, so what have they been harvesting over the past few days? Hear tales of courgettes, French beans, salads and agretti (plus, don't forget the fruit!). August is also a key month to start off hardier crops to yield during the cooler months, so Lucy urges you to utilise your glasshouse to the max this autumn and winter. In essence, get sowing!Twitter links:Saul @GardeningSaulLucy @HeadGardenerLCIntro and Outro music from https://filmmusic.io"Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Support the showSupport the show

Best of Today
How botany solved a murder

Best of Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 7:14


Plants are not the first pieces of evidence one thinks of when thinking about forensic science. But one botanist used pollen and nettles to help place a murderer at the scene of a crime. Today's Martha Kearney speaks to forensic botanist Patricia Wiltshire about her contribution to solving the murders of 10-year-old Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman 20 years ago. (Image Credit: PA Photo)

Homeschool Conversations with Humility and Doxology
How to Set up Immersion Learning Experiences (with Julie Polanco)

Homeschool Conversations with Humility and Doxology

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 13:32


Immersion learning can be applicable across many homeschool philosophies. Today's audioblog guest is Julie Polanco from Julie Naturally, and she's here to share tips and ideas for setting up real-life learning experiences in your homeschool. Would you like a copy of my FREE Homeschool Planning Guide? Grab your copy at HumilityandDoxology.com/Homeschool-Planning-Guide Julie Polanco is a Master Herbalist, NAHA Level 1 Aromatherapist, author, blogger, speaker, podcaster, and 20 year veteran homeschooling mom of four special needs kids. She offers natural alternatives in health and education for moms and special kids at her site, Julie Naturally and on her podcast, Crunchy Christian Podcast. Currently, she is pursuing a Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine and Level 2 NAHA certification so she can offer more to Christian families. Follow her on FB @julienaturally or on IG @julie.naturally. Or check out her YT channel @julienaturally to learn more about Christian unschooling and natural health. Find more from Julie: Discover 10 Sources for Strewing Ideas https://www.julienaturally.com/strewing-ideas-and-projects/ Explore Top 10 STEM Careers in Botany and get a FREE High School Botany Lesson! https://www.julienaturally.com/careers-in-botany/ Alternatives to Traditional College Teens Need to Know About https://www.julienaturally.com/alternatives-to-traditional-college-for-teens/ This week's podcast replay suggestion is Rock Your Homeschool: Avoid Overwhelm, Foster Connection, and Pursue Joy with Amy Milcic These show notes contain affiliate links. Disclaimer. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/humilityanddoxology/message

Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast
Ep. 144 - It's the lawns episode! They should be green, but most are brown - what are the consequences of this present prolonged dry spell, and do we need to re-think the quintessential UK lawn? Head Gardeners, Saul and Lucy put their thinking caps on

Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 32:36


Long summer days, high temperatures and maximum sunlight are the hall marks of a good summer (lets hope for a little rain though!). The Summer of 2022 is eagerly awaited by all the keen gardens up and down the UK as herbaceous borders, roses, veg gardens and meadows are awash with new plantings, flower and a general sense of abundance that only Summer can bring. Whereas Spring is a steady ramping of growth the Summer is a time for 'peak  plant' followed by the mellow and relaxed waning into Autumn - so slap on that sun scream, stick on your favourite summer hat and get out and enjoy all the hard work you've undertaken in your garden!Whilst May might have been unseasonally rainy for many UK gardeners, June and July have proved characteristically dry, especially for Lucy in Essex. This prompted the Head Gardener duo to assess their lawns, and ponder what the future might hold for them. Should we just accept that summer droughts equate to brown turf, or are there other planting or management options that will give us the desired green growth between our bare summer toes? Listen in to their thoughts as Lucy and Saul discuss ryegrass, Bermuda grass, and a re-think of brown grass.Twitter links:Saul @GardeningSaulLucy @HeadGardenerLCIntro and Outro music from https://filmmusic.io"Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Support the showSupport the show

On The Ledge
Episode 233: leaf botany part seven - photosynthesis explained

On The Ledge

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 29:56 Very Popular


We all know photosynthesis is vital for plants, but how does it work? Dr Polly Schiffman joins me to explain. For full show notes visit https://www.janeperrone.com/on-the-ledge/photosynthesis

Ways to Change the World with Krishnan Guru-Murthy
Michael Pollan on his belief that using psychedelics can cure mental health issues

Ways to Change the World with Krishnan Guru-Murthy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 32:09


Michael Pollan is one of TIME magazine's top 50 most influential people in the US, he is a reporter, writer and psychonaut.   His books The Omnivore's Dilemma and The Botany of Desire questions the way the world thinks about food and he is now doing the same for psychedelics and psychoactive plants. His book How To Change Your Mind and a new Netflix series by the same name explore his belief that Psychedelics are the tool to understanding the mind.   Produced by: Nina Hodgson

Branch Out
Saving orchids from extinction

Branch Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 16:01


Orchids are found on every continent, except Antarctica, growing everywhere from hot swamps to cold mountain tops. Unfortunately, a large proportion of Aussie native orchids are threatened or endangered. From isolating the fungi needed to germinate their seeds to studying their pollinators - discover how scientists like Jessica Wait at the Australian Institute of Botanical Science are using science to help save orchids from extinction.

Artemis
Southeastern Grasslands & Bobwhite Quail with Brittney Viers

Artemis

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 58:40


The Southeast has lost about 99% of its native grasslands. When Brittney Viers started working as a biologist on northern bobwhite quail conservation, she realized being a botanist would was critical to revelaing the bird's relationship to its habitat. Brittany works for Quail Forever, which strives to preserve remnant grassland habitat and restore degraded habitat for quail in Tennessee. Plus: Making biologists talk to landowners, the North America Grasslands Act, ticks-on-baby problems, and mountain "balds." 3:00 Botany, biology + grasslands 6:00 Studying bird health by studying plant/grassland health 8:00 Quail Forever 11:00 Coordinating regional conservation partnership programs for grassland health (ecosystem-level conservation = doesn't give a hoot about state lines) 13:00 Northern bobwhites in the East: Challenges with successional environments, lack of escape cover, thermal cover for the winter... habitat is paramount 16:00 Invasive species and herbicide use 17:00 Predators are not the main reason for quail decline 19:00 "Quail" to Westerners vs. Easterners 21:00 When biologists are REQUIRED to do landowner workshops... and the power of grassroots outreach (pssst... it can happen over a tailgate) 25:00 Hosting quail habitat workshops in places where land management is working 26:00 North America Grasslands Act 27:00 Southeastern grasslands... not the same as the tall-grass prairie of the Midwest 28:00 Many grassland birds are struggling 30:00 Grasslands in the Southeast have declined by 99% 34:00 It's hard being a grassland specialist in an area with dwindling grasslands -- they're fountains of biodiversity 36:00 There's something special about grasslands for the human soul 37:00 "Balds" - mysterious open areas on the tops of mountains 39:00 Southern grasslands -- rhododendron to cacti (they can vary greatly in makeup) 42:00 Woody encroachment: The timbered look isn't natural in a lot of parts of the Southeast 44:00 The absence of fire on the landscape 46:00 Blackbelt Prairie in Mississippi 52:00 Blueberry hunting with babies, then de-ticking your baby in the car 54:00 Listeners... a special Artemis announcement! #nospoilersintheshownotes 56:00 Artemis Program Manager job... share it with the best people in your sphere!

Charlotte Mason Show
S6 E13 | Scheduling a Successful Homeschool Day (Jeannie Fulbright)

Charlotte Mason Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 26:22 Very Popular


This one single Charlotte Mason method, more often neglected than implemented, could be the answer to all your homeschool struggles with your children. Following this seemingly unimportant but actually all-important teaching made all the difference for me and my children. It all boiled down to the length of time I allotted for each lesson. My entire homeschool was transformed when I scheduled my homeschool as Charlotte Mason suggested. In this podcast, I will share the whys and hows of scheduling a successful homeschool day--and training your children in two extremely important habits as a by-product.  ABOUT JEANNIE Jeannie Fulbright, a 24-year veteran homeschooler, is the author of the #1 best-selling, multi award-winning Apologia Young Explorer science series: Exploring Creation with Astronomy, Chemistry and Physics, Botany, Zoology, and Anatomy & Physiology. She is also the author of the action-packed historical time travel book series Rumble Tumbles Through Time, as well as preschool science books and activity kits, the Charlotte Mason Heirloom Planner, and many high-quality Charlotte Mason based products. Jeannie and her husband Jeff became empty nesters in 2019. All four of their children all went to the University of Georgia on scholarship (homeschooling works!). For more than 20 years Jeannie has traveled around the country speaking to homeschoolers at conventions, covering a plethora of topics from Charlotte Mason to marriage and prayer.  CONNECT Jeannie Fulbright | Instagram | Facebook | Facebook Group | Pinterest | Website Homeschooling.mom | Instagram | Website Thank you to our sponsors! Medi-Share: an affordable Christian alternative to traditional health insurance Have you joined us at one of the Great Homeschool Conventions?  We hope to see you there! For more encouragement on your homeschooling journey, visit the Homeschooling.mom site, and tune in to our sister podcast The Homeschool Solutions Show. View full show notes and transcript on the blog.

Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast
Ep. 143 - 'Scorchio'! Well you couldn't avoid the heat this week, but one of the Talking Heads pair had adapted herself by taking a Mediterranean holiday the week before, so Saul and Lucy take a look at how we can adapt our gardens to a warmin

Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 34:16


Long summer days, high temperatures and maximum sunlight are the hallmarks of a good summer (lets hope for a little rain though!). The Summer of 2022 is eagerly awaited by all the keen gardens up and down the UK as herbaceous borders, roses, veg gardens and meadows are awash with new plantings, flower and a general sense of abundance that only Summer can bring. Whereas Spring is a steady ramping of growth the Summer is a time for 'peak  plant' followed by the mellow and relaxed waning into Autumn - so slap on that sun scream, stick on your favourite summer hat and get out and enjoy all the hard work you've undertaken in your garden!Summer hit the UK (and a lot of Europe) square in the face this week, the heat of Monday and Tuesday was very unusual with England, Wales and Scotland all breaking their record high temperatures. Gardening in the heat is not pleasant, but in a warming world and longer periods of heat in the summer predicted for our usual temperate climate, Gardeners will have to adapt, not only in their working practices but in some areas their plant palettes too. Luckily Lucy had (for the sake of the podcast) just returned from a holiday in Rhodes, where she assures Saul she did plenty of botany to research the topic of todays podcast! Twitter links:Saul @GardeningSaulLucy @HeadGardenerLCIntro and Outro music from https://filmmusic.io"Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Support the show

StarTalk Radio
Space Plants

StarTalk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 54:54 Very Popular


Can you actually grow potatoes on Mars? On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Paul Mecurio explore how to grow plants in space and whether we can farm on the Moon and Mars with space biologists Anna-Lisa Paul and Robert Ferl.NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://startalkmedia.com/show/space-plants/Thanks to our Patrons Andrew Herron, Bhargava Kandada, Mark Roop, Martin Bonner, Pete Quist, and Estee Catti-Schmidt for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: Tyler Jones, UF/IFAS

A Scary Home Companion
The Harriet Ford Incident

A Scary Home Companion

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 39:04


The continuation of A Waltz through the Organ Orchards sees Dr. Harriet Ford bonding with the ghastly garden, consuming it, and starting to evolve into something truly horrific. edited and produced by Jeff DavidsonFeaturing Daniel Jopling as Rory SilkMusic by:Garden of Blue Orbs - HumanfobiaAbysmal Noise- Master ToadCrossing Over - Master ToadThe Pear in the Garden - Kevin HartnellPlains - PangDark Flower - Triggand Chelsea Oxendine with the theme musicPlease subscribe through Buzzsprout, Stitcher, Spotify, Podchaser, or iTunesFind me on social media on Instagram Facebook and Twitter, or email me direct at AScaryHomeCompanion@gmail.comSupport our PATREON page! And check out the Redbubble merch shop. Support the show

The On Purpose Podcast
Ep. 169 - Memory Kills Wonder

The On Purpose Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 12:39


Memory is the enemy of wonder. Are you missing out on moments because you are comparing them to what you remember?Botany of Desire - https://michaelpollan.com/books/the-botany-of-desire/Want more The On Purpose Podcast?Find us on patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/theonpurposepodcastFor full episodes and more: https://www.theonpurposepodcast.comIG: https://www.instagram.com/theonpurposepodcast/FB: https://www.facebook.com/OnPurposePodcastOfficialFind Us on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-on-purpose-podcast/id1470553784?uo=4And Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/0ADfRPEvmF4wXHrJVrqngI?si=iVpeWLl9RjuSLR67DgeVrwWant to connect with Jerrod?Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lawenforcement-lifestyle-writer/IG : https://www.instagram.com/jerrodh/Get My Book! https://www.amazon.com/Extraordinary-People-Ordinary-Places-Jerrod/dp/1712245694

The Sacred Speaks
83: Dennis McKenna – Religion, Medicine, Science, & The Brotherhood of the Screaming Abyss.

The Sacred Speaks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 114:50


Conversation starts @ 7:26 This conversation begins with a discussion of the banisteriopsis vine (ayahuasca) featured in the background. We explore Dr. McKenna's first adventure down to South America to study and explore psychedelics used in the Amazonian medico-religious process. This endeavor would eventually connect him with several elder medicine men who created mixtures for Dennis to study – “We want to learn everything that you know about ayahuasca.” We discuss how the indigenous folks of the Amazon responded to the scientists who sought to investigate their sacramental plant, the rubber boom of the early 20th century, lost aspects of the Amazonian ethnomedical tradition, the hard problem of consciousness, the limitations of reductionism, the value of science, limitations of science, an overview of the journey to La Chorrera, building the temple for “spiritual” experience, or ecstatic/mystical experience, the body as apothecary, theories of consciousness, the molecule and the “trip,” scientific bias of the west, the Default Mode Network, the value of psychedelics to the scientific community, and the McKenna Academy. Bio: Dennis McKenna is an American ethnopharmacologist, research pharmacognosist, lecturer and author. He is a founding board member and the director of ethnopharmacology at the Heffter Research Institute, a non-profit organization concerned with the investigation of the potential therapeutic uses of psychedelic medicines. Dennis also serves on the Advisory Board of the American Botanical Council; as Founder and Executive Director for the Institute for Natural Products Research; as an Independent Research Consultant to the Phytomedicine and Nutraceutical Industry; was formerly on the Editorial Board of Phytomedicine, International Journal of Phytotherapy and Phytopharmacology; and is an adjunct professor in the Center for Spirituality and Healing at the University of Minnesota. In that role, he has taught graduate courses in Botanical Medicines and Ethnopharmacology and an inter-session ‘intensive' in Hawaii each January called Plants in Human Affairs. He has also taught summer field courses in Ecuador for the University of Arizona, and courses in the Amazon and Andes for Pharmacy doctoral students at the University of Kansas and the Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Dr. McKenna received his Master's Degree in Botany from the University of Hawaii in 1979, his Ph.D. in Botanical Sciences from the University of British Columbia in 1984, and continued into post-doctoral research fellowships in the Laboratory of Clinical Pharmacology, National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), and in the Department of Neurology, Stanford University School of Medicine. His research has included the pharmacology, botany, and chemistry of ayahuasca and oo-koo-hé. He has also conducted extensive ethnobotanical fieldwork in the Peruvian, Colombian, and Brazilian Amazon. Since 2019, he has been working with colleagues to manifest a long-term dream: the McKenna Academy of Natural Philosophy, a non-profit organization founded in the spirit of the ancient Mystery Schools and dedicated to the study of plant medicines, consciousness, intelligence in nature, preservation of indigenous knowledge and a re-visioning of humanity's relationship with Nature. Dr. McKenna is author or co-author of 6 books and over 50 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals. https://mckenna.academy Website for The Sacred Speaks: http://www.thesacredspeaks.com WATCH: YouTube for The Sacred Speaks https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOAuksnpfht1udHWUVEO7Rg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thesacredspeaks/ @thesacredspeaks Twitter: https://twitter.com/thesacredspeaks Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thesacredspeaks/ Brought to you by: https://www.thecenterforhas.com Theme music provided by: http://www.modernnationsmusic.com