From being a hunting douche, to the virtues of sika venison and going on a DIY black bear hunt. Sam Thompson is back on the show to kick off 2022 the way it should be: with laughs and subtle hints of educational value. Produced in partnership with www.modernhuntsman.com Support on patreon: www.patreon.com/byronpace www.byronpace.com
Lt. John Nores, Jr. (Retired) from California Department of Fish and Wildlife discusses his most recent book, Hidden War: How Special Operations Game Wardens are reclaiming America's wildlands from drug cartels. Nores talks about issues with water, wildlife, and how California game wardens dealt with an attack on public and private lands, and how the issue continues across the U.S. www.ducks.org/DUPodcast
On “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg,” Dani talks with Marshal Johnson about the National Audubon Society's Conservation Ranching Initiative. The initiative is a market-based approach to grassland and bird conservation. A partnership between the Audubon Society and cattle ranchers promotes good land stewardship, grass-fed cattle and species conservation. A certification scheme empowers consumers to choose foods that are better for them and the planet. While you're listening, subscribe, rate, and review the show; it would mean the world to us to have your feedback. You can listen to “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg” wherever you consume your podcasts.
When smokejumper Tim Hart passed away from injuries sustained during a hard landing in New Mexico in May, his wife Michelle Hart quickly realized that she needed a way to channel her grief into something tangible. She realized she was in a unique position to draw attention to the needs of wildland firefighters—she had a personal connection to the issues facing them, and as a lobbyist, she also had the legislative chops to make legitimate change at a congressional level. This all culminated in the creation of the Tim Hart Wildland Firefighter Classification and Pay Parity Act, which addresses firefighter compensation, benefits, access to mental health resources and availability of housing for firefighters, among other provisions. We spoke with Michelle about the bill and the grief that influenced its creation back in November. They've continued garnering support for the bill, though not much as changed with the bill since when we chatted with Michelle. As of January 19, the bill has been referred to the subcommittee on Conservation and Forestry, where it awaits support from the senate.
Join Living the Dream Outdoors Podcast host Bill Cooper and Kyle Pokorny, from Kansas City, as they talk about Missouri's relatively new Blue Ribbon Trout Stream Trout Slam. An avid fly fisherman, Pokorny was instrumental in creating the program in cooperation with Trout Unlimited and the Missouri department of Conservation.Anglers will be recognized as they catch at various stages as the catch and record trout from the nine Blue Ribbon Streams in the program. They include Blue Springs Creek, Barren Fork, Mill Creek, Little Piney Creek, Spring Creek, Crane Creek, Current River, Eleven Point River, and the North Fork.
“Biophilia is the connection that human beings innately seek with the natural world.” - E.O. WilsonThis week on Biophilic Solutions, Monica and Jennifer speak with Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Rhodes about his latest work, Scientist: E.O. Wilson: A Life in Nature. Recorded in early December, a few weeks before Wilson passed away at the age of 92, this interview delves into Wilson's extraordinary life and contributions to the field of biology, Richard's interest in him as a subject, and the important role that science plays in society. We also explore Wilson's conception of biophilia and Richard's own relationship with the natural world. Show NotesScientist: E.O. Wilson: A Life in Nature by Richard Rhodes (2021)E.O. Wilson, A Pioneer of Evolutionary Biology, Dies at 92 (New York Times)A Biography of E.O. Wilson, the Scientist Who Foresaw Our Troubles (New York Times)The Making of the Atomic Bomb by Richard Rhodes, Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for General Nonfiction(1987)Why They Kill: Discoveries of a Maverick Criminologist by Richard Rhodes (2000)
Eddie Nickens, contributing editor of Ducks Unlimited magazine, and his son Jack, join host Chris Jennings in studio to discuss their travels over the years. The two were visiting National Headquarters in Memphis, Tennessee on their way to an Arkansas duck hunt. Eddie and Jack explained how they built bonds through the outdoors and how things have changed since Jack was young, hunting at his father's side. This interesting conversation details the dynamics of a father and a son growing up in the outdoors, both learning about life along the way.
Dave and Nephi are joined by John Burns of Wyoming Arms to talk about technology in hunting. They talk about the importance of range finders, and then take a deep dive into the history and use of suppressors, including new changes in processing paperwork to purchase a suppressor. Other topics include Dave's recent elk hunt; Nephi finally getting a goose hunt invite; remote game cameras; Wyoming Arms; John's Mountain; and more.
Although 8 years apart, Mandy Glenn-Clay and Tracy Glenn-Applegate, experienced Scouting and Philmont together, and the impact it had on their lives resonates still today. The Glenn sisters share their Philmont origin stories and discuss various encounters with wildlife, the challenges of being female in Scouting in the 80's, and their appreciation for teachable moments and learning how to effectively communicate within a team setting. Like may of us, they praise the Philmont staff community for its ability to support one another and maintain life-long friendships. Philmont Experience Tracy:1981 - 1984, 1992 - Trek participant1985 - CHQ Food Service 1986 & 1987 - Ranger1988 - Solo Conservationist at Lover's Leap Camp1989 - Conservationist at Indian Writings (building trail from 6 mile to IW).1990 - Associate Director of Conservation with Julie Smith Vigil Philmont Experience Mandy:1989, 1990, 1992 -Trek Participant 1993 - CHQ Food Service1994 - Conservationist at Santa Claus Camp1999 - PC Crooked Creek Notable Mentions (please contact me to correct any spelling errors!)Lori and Bill WaughGrizz DealCliff WeygeeMariah HughesHunter SchappaughPeter TreboldJulie VigilLee Hughes "Fluffy"James BatnerKevin SallardKirt Wolff "Lambo"Mark Anderson*Correction: Mariah Hughes was also part of the Conservation department in 1988. She was an EPC at Cito.*For more information regarding the USAFA Cadet that Tracy mentions in this episode:https://www.philstaff.org/service-academy-ranger-history/Support the show (https://pod.fan/silveronthesagepodcast)
Brandon Butler and Nathan “Shags” McLeod sit down with Colin Anthony, owner and operator of Frontier Media Labs to talk about marketing outdoor products. Frontier Media is a full service marketing agency servicing local, national, and international Clients. We reach, influence, and activate our Client's customers and potential customers through data-driven marketing techniques.For More Info:https://frontiermedialabs.com/https://www.facebook.com/FrontierMediaLLChttps://www.instagram.com/frontiermedialabs/Special Thanks To CZ-USA:https://cz-usa.com/Special Thanks To Living The Dream Properties:https://livingthedreamland.com/Special Thanks To Hunting Works For Missouri:https://huntingworksformo.com/Special Thanks To Mongo Attachments:https://www.mongoattachments.com/Special Thanks To Scenic Rivers Taxidermy:http://www.scenicriverstaxidermy.com/Connect with Driftwood Outdoors:https://www.facebook.com/DriftwoodOutdoors/https://www.instagram.com/driftwoodoutdoors/Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode, I sit down with Kieran Roe, Executive Director of Conserving Carolina and we talk about how this organization works to protect & restore natural resources, as well as inspire others to love and care for our natural world. We talk about some of the areas that make up the 46,000 acres Conserving Carolina has helped to protect like Chimney Rock State Park, DuPont State Recreational Forest, Headwaters State Forest, as well as additions to the Green River Game Land and Pisgah National Forest. We also talk about how Conserving Carolina spearheaded the 100+-mile Hickory Nut Gorge State Trail, and the new 19 mile Ecusta Trail Greenway that will stretch from Hendersonville to Brevard.Conservation, stewardship, and the protection of natural resources will be one of our focuses this year and I invite you to listen in as we lean in to these areas a little more.Mike Andress, Host Exploration Local PodcastEmail: email@example.comWebsite LinkInstagram: explorationlocalFacebook: https://m.facebook.com/explorationlocal/
It was a normal morning in the whitetail woods for bowhunter Justin Swift when one miss step nearly cost him his life. However, quick thinking and a quick response by local emergency personnel ultimately left him with a hell of a story and one gruesome scar. Justin joins the show this week to relive that [...]
As eastern mallards declined in the early 2000s, waterfowl managers developed a new approach for setting duck harvest frameworks in the Atlantic Flyway. Termed “multi-stock management,” this approach steps away from mallards and relies on 4 species that better capture harvest opportunities for eastern hunters. Dr. Min Huang and Dr. Pat Devers rejoin the podcast to provide details behind this approach and discuss other issues on the horizon for waterfowl management in the U.S. www.ducks.org/DUPodcast
Erik Glenn, of Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultrual Land Trust joined me to talk about the details of making use of Conservation Easements. We talked about what land makes a good candidate for a conservation easement as well as what restrictions are placed on land that is in a conservation easement.
E.O. Wilson was sometimes called "the father of biodiversity," sometimes "a modern-day Darwin," and sometimes simply "Ant Man." His recent death was an enormous loss to the world of biology and environmentalism. You'll hear him tell wonderful stories here, including one about how a childhood disability gave him a great advantage in his work. You'll also get to know two major figures in a related field: ethnobotany. Richard Schultes created the field with his groundbreaking studies in the Amazon, back in the 1940's & 50's. He studied the plants that the indigenous populations used for healing, in an effort to identify new molecules that could be used in modern medicine. Along the way, he discovered over 2,000 plants previously unknown to science. One of Schultes' proteges was Wade Davis, who furthered the work of ethnobotany, and today is a best-selling author of books about indigenous cultures around the world.
In Episode 243 of District of Conservation, Gabriella is joined by fellow Young Voices Contributors Kat Dwyer and Patrick Hynes, who also cover the energy and environment beat for the program. Kat is the media & marketing manager at the Property and Environment Research Center (PERC) and host of the Whiskey Bench podcast. Patrick serves as chair of the DC Libertarian Party and an Editorial Associate with the American Conservation Coalition. The three of them discuss top issues in 2022, their niche areas, how Young Voices gives them latitude to cover these issues, and much more. SHOW NOTES Follow Kat's work at Young Voices and online at Instagram, and Twitter. Follow Patrick's work at Young Voices and online at Instagram and Twitter. Learn about Young Voices here and apply for the Summer 2022 session. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/district-of-conservation/support
In this hour: - Springfield Armory's Rob Leatham talks about their newest guns, including the Hellion 5.56 bullpup - Blake Barnett, of Trailing The Hunter's Moon TV, talks hunting, conservation, and the new Marlin rifles - Will a Cerakote finish on a gun hold up to use? Tom Gresham's Gun Talk 01.16.22 Hour 2
This week Clint and Dawson sit down with Laura Marsh. Laura is a field ornithologist and conservation biologist. She is the founder of Nova Conservation, an organization dedicated to connecting adventurers to conservation biology by providing unique, research-focused, ethical ecotours. She has worked as a biologist at various institutions, including the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center. Laura also volunteers at Chattanooga Audubon Society and other conservation societies when she's not chasing birds in the field or her two young boys around the house. Thanks for listening! Find all our episodes at dayfirepodcast.com This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm
A dynamic interview with ocean plastic pollution activist, Kristal Ambrose. Kristal shares all about her efforts to reduce plastic pollution in the Bahamas and beyond, how scuba diving has played a key role in inspiring her passion for conservation, and her fundamental thoughts on the importance of connecting with the underwater world. To learn more about Kristal and her work you can follow along on social media @bahamasplasticmovement and visit bahamasplasticmovement.org. For a chance to be featured on Dive Stories visit padi.com/podcast. PADI - Seek Adventure. Save the Ocean.
Laura Schara talks with Luke Skinner from Three Rivers Parks about all the winter outdoor activities and events ( including a free Ice fishing event!) available to you this winter. Supported by: Hewitt Docks, Lifts & Pontoon Legs (https://www.hewittrad.com/,) Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed – (https://thousandhillslifetimegrazed.com/,) Kinetico (https://www.kinetico.com/,) Minnesota Propane Association “Clean American Energy” (https://propane.com/,) & Star Bank (https://www.starbank.net/)
In the late 1990s, waterfowl harvest managers in the Atlantic Flyway began exploring new approaches to tie harvest regulations for their states to eastern mallards and other duck populations that were the primary source of Atlantic Flyway harvest. Dr. Min Huang, Connecticut Dept. of Energy and Environmental Protection, and Dr. Pat Devers, USFWS, join the podcast to lead a discussion on these early days and eventual implementation of Eastern Mallard AHM. www.ducks.org/DUPodcast
Dr. Jenkins sits down with James Lewis and Dr. Jeanne Tarrant to talk about the landscapes that support the heart of snake biodiversity. First, they discuss the importance of rainforests around the world, the crisis we are facing as we lose incredible amounts of these forests every day, and how important these ecosystems are for maintaining snake biodiversity. Second, they discuss the mission and work of Rainforest Trust and how they are working to conserve rainforests and other ecosystems around the world. Finally, they talk about Endangered Wildlife Trust in South Africa and specific projects they are working on to conserve a range of reptiles and amphibians.Connect with James at Rainforest Trust.Connect with Jeanne at Endangered Wildlife Trust.Connect with Chris on Facebook, Instagram or at The Orianne Society.Shop Snake Talk merch.
This week we're talking all about mussels! Listen to learn more about their beards, impressive glue, and the conservation issues facing freshwater mussels. If you'd like to support the show, please check out our merch store over on Etsy where we sell stickers, postcards, and hand-made needle-felted ornaments. Don't forget to subscribe and leave us a rating and review. To stay up to date and see our weekly episode illustrations, make sure to follow us on Instagram and Twitter. Beyond Blathers is hosted and produced by Olivia deBourcier and Sofia Osborne, with art by Olivia deBourcier and music by Max Hoosier. This podcast is not associated with Animal Crossing or Nintendo, we just love this game.
On this week's show: How cloning can introduce diversity into an endangered species, and ramping up the pressure on iron to see how it might behave in the cores of rocky exoplanets First up this week, News Intern Rachel Fritts talks with host Sarah Crespi about cloning a frozen ferret to save an endangered species. Also this week, Rick Kraus, a research scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, talks about how his group used a powerful laser to compress iron to pressures similar to those found in the cores of some rocky exoplanets. If these super-Earths' cores are like our Earth's, they may have a protective magnetosphere that increases their chances of hosting life. This week's episode was produced with help from Podigy. [Image: Kimberly Fraser/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Music: Jeffrey Cook] [alt: three baby black-footed ferrets being held by gloved hands] Authors: Sarah Crespi; Rachel Fritts Episode page: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.acz9974 About the Science Podcast:https://www.science.org/content/page/about-science-podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Over the next few episodes, we will be chatting with some of the partners of Earth Ranger, a free online software solution that helps conservationists protect our world's wildlife and habitats with real-time data. In this first episode, Amy speaks with Stephanie Fennessey, co-founder & co-director of the Giraffe Conservation Foundation. Tune in to hear about the wild process of translocating giraffes and find out how you track the tallest animal on earth in vast wilderness areas. Stephanie also speaks about a dwarf Giraffe called Nigel, and answers the question that everyone wants to know...do giraffes vocalise?!Please head to giraffeconservation.org to support their phenomenal work.
Photographer Gerrit Vyn traveled to northeastern India to document the daily life of the Greater Adjutant stork. These endangered birds nest high in trees on privately owned land in the state of Assam, where they're known as Hargila. Conservation biologist Purnima Devi Barman helped Gerrit get a stork's-eye view by building a bamboo tower near the canopy of a Hargila nesting tree. Learn more in the documentary Hargila from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
A 216 and a 190, plus an impressive list of other mature bucks fell this season for Mark Drury. Matt and Tim dig in with Mark on this episode to understand how he does it year after year. The guys also go into Mark's unbelievable doe management regimen. Want to be on the show? Leave us a Question of the Day by clicking here and you could win a DeerCast hat! Join the 100% Wild Crew! It's a Facebook group just for you and other 100% Wild podcasters!
In this inaugural episode of our Fact or Fiction series, hosts Chris Jennings and Dr. Mike Brasher give the straight talk on three questions brought to us by our listeners. How much of DU's work occurs on public vs. private land, do you have to register for HIP separately in each state in which you hunt, and does DU provide corn for managed impoundments? The waters can get a little muddy out there, so we're jumping in to provide some clarity. www.ducks.org/DUPodcast
Here's the inside scoop on this episode. In late 2021 I traveled to the Galapagos and thought it would be fun to try something new on the pod. My goal was to capture the stories of locals, guides, and even some of the wildlife through sounds and live experiences. So what you're about to hear is a compilation of interviews, live sounds from our explorations, and hopefully a whole lotta inspiration! We discuss what makes the Galapagos utterly unique in the world, what it was like for some of our guides to grow up without electricity, cross the Pacific in a canoe, and bike ride across South America. But most importantly - these special folks share the lessons they hope visitors to these enchanted islands walk away with. Learn more at www.luxtravelinsider.com Connect with me on Social: Instagram LinkedIn
Andrew Hughes Seattle area high altitude athlete is our guest for this episode.Growing up in Poulsbo Andrew grew up playing outside and enjoying nature. He also grew up with Mount Rainier visible to him on a regular (remember we have clouds here) basis. Life has a way of happening and it was not until Andrew was in his 30's that Mount Rainier would be a major player in Andrews life.Climbing Mount Rainier helped open Andrew to a world of challenges and opportunities. He has now climbed the highest peaks on every single continent! In 2022 he will be going to the north pole on an expedition. Climbing, hiking, and high altitude athletic activities are now an iintegral part of Andrew's lifeDuring our conversation Andrew shares stories about some of his climbs. How he purposed to his finance from the summit of Mount Everest! How climbing, and exploring can help raise awareness of Human Rights, Conservation, and Environmental issue. We also find out how coffee can be considered self care when climbing mountains!If you are an outdoor enthusiast you will find Andrew to be inspirational. If you have a desire to climb mountains Andrew's journeys can help motivate, educate and inspire. Grab a cup of coffee and listen in to Andrew Hughes as he tells us how he Keeps One Foot On The Mountain and One Foot in Advocacy.Thanks for tuning into this episode of the Exploring Washington State Podcast! If the information in our conversations and interviews are enjoyable and valuable to you, please head over to iTunes, subscribe to the show, and leave us an honest review. Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing listeners just like you! If you want to read about some of the many amazing places to explore in Washington State, you should just pack your bags and go! Explore Washington State is the perfect place for inspiration. Check it out today. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ExploringWash)
Conservation biologist Purnima Devi Barman returned to Assam, India, where she grew up, to work with a highly endangered bird, the Greater Adjutant stork. The species nests in populated areas of Assam, where it's known as Hargila. Because they're scavengers, some see Hargila as unclean and remove trees where they nest. Purnima has found creative ways to connect Hargila to people's daily lives and culture in Assam. Learn more at BirdNote.org.
The Executive Director of 2% for Conservation, Jared Frasier, gets to brass tacks on bears, the dangers of real estate, and how to be better stewards of the third rock from the sun.Learn more at https://www.fishandwildlife.org/
Welcome to the first episode of 2022. I'm joined by Ian Tattam of the ODFW. We get right into it with his first salmon and steelhead, schooling, the relationship between steelhead and beavers, tagging fish, river closings, ocean survival rates, smallmouth bass, and so much more.
Tyler Webster from the Birds, Booze & Buds Podcast joins the show to help Travis break down a week in Arizona's quail country. Travis and Tyler chat from the tailgate in the mountains after a hunt for Mearns, Gambel's & Scaled quail. They discuss their hunt for Arizona's Upland Slam, the appeal of Mearns quail, outsmarting running quail, big explosions of birds, dogs reaching their pinnacle, a bucket list hunt turns into the hunt of a lifetime, tips to take quail, preparing for disasters in the field, hunting out of cell coverage, a close call with a rattlesnake, and the drive to succeed. Plus, Tyler shares about another dream season hunting upland birds across the country for more than 130 days this year. Presented by Aluma (https://www.alumaklm.com/,) Walton's (https://www.waltonsinc.com/,) OnX Maps (https://www.onxmaps.com/) & Nutri Souce (https://nutrisourcepetfoods.com/)
Brandon Butler and Nathan “Shags” McLeod sit down with Jonathan Adams, a self proclaimed airport bum and pilot. Topics discussed: Learning to fly; Harrison Ford crash landings; close calls; the benefits of being a pilot; shark attacks; drone danger; Gaston's resort; fishing; hunting; flying tips; how to become a pilot; mystery bait bucket and more.Special Thanks To CZ-USA:https://cz-usa.com/Special Thanks To Living The Dream Properties:https://livingthedreamland.com/Special Thanks To Hunting Works For Missouri:https://huntingworksformo.com/Special Thanks To Mongo Attachments:https://www.mongoattachments.com/Special Thanks To Scenic Rivers Taxidermy:http://www.scenicriverstaxidermy.com/Connect with Driftwood Outdoors:https://www.facebook.com/DriftwoodOutdoors/https://www.instagram.com/driftwoodoutdoors/Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
In Episode 242 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses how you can apply for Virginia's upcoming elk hunt lottery and how to catch her upcoming speech on guns at Florida State University on January 26th. SHOW NOTES Subscribe on Apple Podcasts and leave a ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐review. Subscribe on Spotify Podcasts. Virginia Elk Hunt Lottery: Free Range American Article | Apply Here Starting February 1st Florida State University Speech - 1/26 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/district-of-conservation/support
In this concluding episode, Dr. Chris Nicolai, waterfowl scientist for Delta Waterfowl, explains neck collars, web tags, nasal saddles, geolocators, transmitters, GPS units, and more. How are they used, how have they evolved, and how are scientists using them to learn more than ever about movements, migrations, and behaviors of waterfowl across North America? Listen and learn from our friend and colleague, Dr. Chris Nicolai. www.ducks.org/DUPodcast
In Episode 241 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses the return of VCDL Lobby Day, the 20th annual Virginia Fly Fishing & Wine Festival, and SHOT Show 2022. SHOW NOTES Subscribe on Apple Podcasts and leave a ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐review. Subscribe on Spotify Podcasts. VCDL Lobby Day Virginia Fly Fishing & Wine Festival SHOT Show 2022 | Governor's Forum --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/district-of-conservation/support
Ron Schara talks outdoor politics and issues with Garry Leaf, Sportsmen for Change. Supported by: Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed – (https://thousandhillslifetimegrazed.com/,) Kinetico (https://www.kinetico.com/,) Minnesota Propane Association “Clean American Energy” (https://propane.com/,) North Dakota Tourism (https://www.legendarynd.com/) & Star Bank (https://www.starbank.net/)
Harrison Broadhurst & Chris Rännefors are Co-Founders of BatBNB, a highly innovative and unique start-up saving the bats. If ever there was something or someone in need of a massive PR campaign, it's bats. Bats and their role in our planet have been so profoundly misunderstood, and things have only gotten worse for them in recent years. My guests today created a start-up around bats that saw them succeed on Shark Tank, get big backing and create a highly successful company around something they are passionate about.
Listen to Erika Kimball, a visionary former practicing nurse who was once horrified by the amount of garbage at the end of her shift, describe to Heather how she changed careers to reduce healthcare's environmental impact. Erika discusses the basic challenges of sustainability and environmentalism in healthcare, which in the US is responsible for 10% of greenhouse gases and is a huge contributor to plastics in the environment. She also addresses the importance of maintaining optimism as really smart people work to improve the system. In this episode, Heather and Erika discuss: Healthcare industry is responsible for 10% of US greenhouse gases. Healthcare generates 5.9 million tons of waste per year and 25% of that is plastic Healthcare system uses 2.5 times the energy of a commensurate commercial building because of all the technology. Why if we can get it right in healthcare, it will pave the way for other industries The majority of materials used in a hospital setting are single-use plastics. The environmental challenge we have with buying supplements and herbs from overseas, including a lack of sustainable packaging Why the goal is to have healthy materials, used in optimal amounts, and processed in ways that benefit the environment at end of life How to improve sustainability in healthcare without driving up costs Conservation in healthcare. For example, how to we waste less and how do we take better care of our things. Implementing circular economy principles in healthcare How today the healthcare system is contributing to breaks in biological cycles The rise of green chemistry – and how that could produce healthier materials for healthcare The big problem of single-use plastics in healthcare Some of the sustainable policies and practices that are being implemented now in healthcare practices and hospitals How hospitals and doctors and healthcare workers get involved in climate action Why the social determinants of health are environmental determinants of health How do we operate in a way that supports those health goals Why sustainability in healthcare, like COVID, is an all-hands-on-deck moment The biggest change that the healthcare system could implement that would make a dramatic effect on the environment Erika Kimball is a sustainability leader who works to reduce the environmental impact of healthcare. She advises hospitals and healthcare companies on sustainability and climate action, healthy materials, circular economy principles, and sustainable policy and practices. A nurse by training, Erika takes a holistic approach to healthcare change management, building the systems, relationships, and capacity to achieve better environmental outcomes. kimballsustainablehealthcare.com Heather Grzych is the author of The Ayurvedic Guide to Fertility and the host of the Wisdom of the Body podcast. A board-certified Ayurvedic practitioner, she teaches the Regenerative Fertility Method to support future generations worldwide. Heather is on the board of directors for the National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA) and has consulted with doctors, governments, and insurance companies. She offers virtual consultations and programs worldwide. www.heathergrzych.com Connect with Heather: Instagram.com/heathergrzych Facebook.com/grzychheather Book an Ayurvedic consultation or connection call with Heather to explore the Regenerative Fertility Method: https://www.heathergrzych.com/book-online Join the Wisdom of the Body club on Clubhouse: https://www.joinclubhouse.com/club/wisdom-of-the-body This podcast is for educational and entertainment purposes only.
Host Byron Pace gives a brief run-down of his projects from last year before getting into the first in a new series presented by Swarovski Optik: Living with Nature. Once a month you get to hear from a spectrum of guests from around the globe, from biologists to explorers, answering five questions on how they connect with nature. 1/How do you connect to nature on a regular basis? 2/Do you have a good example of how companies, people or organisations are helping to rebuild the bridge and connection between people and nature? 3/Is there a conservation story happening right now that you are particularly passionate about? 4/Is there someone who inspires you and/or is doing great work in the outdoors space? 5/Do you have a stand-out memory connecting with nature? In association with Swarovski Optik Presented by Modern Hunstman More info www.byronpace.com Support the podcast on Patreon
Ben Colvin is bringing craft brewing to soda! Whether or not you're partaking in Dry January, you can get down with @devilsfootbrew nonalcoholic beverages (word on the street is they make a pretty good mixer too…)! On this episode, we sit down with founder Ben Colvin to chat about his background in wilderness therapy and conservation. We also learn how Ben transitioned into making nonalcoholic beverages and where the name Devil's Foot comes from. Actually the process of making DB Brews is very similar to making beer. Tune in to hear more! Support our Sponsors: SPOT ON Tech that helps your business grow. Call Tanya 858-213-7820 or email her email@example.com Drink Joe Van Gogh Coffee! Proof Alcohol Ice Cream Think Differently About Dessert Triangle Wine Company Use promo code 'NCFB' at checkout! The NC F&B Podcast is Produced and Engineered by Max Trujillo of Trujillo Media For booking or questions about the show, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Kevin Robertson is back on the again to talk with us about elephant conservation. As always, he has some great stories to share with us and we dive deep into another touchy subject when it comes to elephants. You're going to learn what the real deal is about elephant populations in Africa and what the future holds for us if we keep going down the path we're on now. Show Notes: https://thebiggamehuntingblog.com/podcast/elephant-conservation-kevin-robertson/ What We Covered 1) Story demonstrating how intelligent elephant are and how they can communicate over long distances. 2) A brief overview of elephant: what they are, where they live, how big they get, and their natural history. 3) How much an elephant will eat on a daily basis. 4) Why elephant populations are increasing in parts of Africa and how current numbers compare to what they used to be. 5) What can happen to the environment when elephant populations get too high. 6) Why contraception and relocation are extremely difficult or impractical means of dealing with elephant overpopulation. 7) How long elephants live and the cause of death for most elephant.
In Episode 240 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses breaking news about Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin's selection of former Trump EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler as his Secretary of Natural Resources and attacks by radical environmentalists and Democrat groups like Blue Virginia. SHOW NOTES POLITICO scooped Youngkin-Wheeler news Youngkin Press Release Announcing Wheeler as Secretary Learn more about the VA Dept. of Natural Resources Blue Virginia rails against "extremist" Andrew Wheeler Listen to Gabriella's interview with former EPA Administrator Wheeler on the podcast and on YouTube --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/district-of-conservation/support
Happy new year, everyone! We're kicking 2022 off with Matt's first crossbow kill! Hear the full story on this week's episode! Want to be on the show? Leave us a Question of the Day by clicking here and you could win a DeerCast hat! Join the 100% Wild Crew! It's a Facebook group just for you and other 100% Wild podcasters!
Host Katie Burke is joined by wildlife artist, Adam Grimm. Adam is a two-time Federal Duck Stamp winner and two-time DU Artist-of-the-Year. In this conversation, Adam goes into detail discussing his journey to become a professional wildlife artist, particularly, how his love of art and the outdoors came together to in his professional career. The two also discuss the significance of the Federal Duck Stamp program to wildlife artists, and the significance winning has had on Adam's career. You can view Adam's artwork by visiting, https://www.adamgrimm.com/
Brandon Butler and Nathan “Shags” McLeod sit down with Rob Hulett, owner, operator and trainer with Columbia Training Academy & Hulett House MMA to discuss fitness goals for the new year.Columbia Training Academy & Hulett House MMA have built a team of exceptional instructors and personal trainers with a wealth of experience in martial arts and fitness. They offer a variety of classes fit for all experience and fitness levels including Kickboxing, MMA, Boxing, HIT and more.For more info call:573-424-5744https://columbiatrainingacademy.com/Special Thanks To CZ-USA:https://cz-usa.com/Special Thanks To Living The Dream Properties:https://livingthedreamland.com/Special Thanks To Hunting Works For Missouri:https://huntingworksformo.com/Special Thanks To Mongo Attachments:https://www.mongoattachments.com/Special Thanks To Scenic Rivers Taxidermy:http://www.scenicriverstaxidermy.com/Connect with Driftwood Outdoors:https://www.facebook.com/DriftwoodOutdoors/https://www.instagram.com/driftwoodoutdoors/Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Chris Nicolai, waterfowl scientist for Delta Waterfowl, rejoins Dr. Mike Brasher for a “bird nerd” discussion about waterfowl banding. This episode covers everything from the basics of what it is and when it happens to more detailed coverage of reward bands, survival estimation, calculating population size using the “Lincoln-Petersen” method, and what banding data can reveal about individual decisions. Thank you for reporting your bands! www.ducks.org/DUPodcast