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The Identical Draw Podcast
Mark Haslam on Early Season Whitetails and Land Management

The Identical Draw Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 54:39


On this Episode of the Identical Draw Podcast, we have special guest Mark Haslam. Mark is from the South East and is fortunate to have some great ground that he manages for all sorts of wildlife.    Topics Covered-  - Marks recent successful hunt - Doe management - The Rut in the SE - Huskers loosing to Georgia Southern - Land Management work   And much more! Follow Mark on Instagram-https://www.instagram.com/markhaslam/ Check out his podcast-https://www.instagram.com/southeast.whitetail/   Questions or comments? Email us at info@identicaldraw.com

Think Out Loud
The Oregon Natural Desert Association and the Bureau of Land Management team up on fencing issues affecting Oregon's public lands

Think Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 10:53


Some of Oregon's public land features obsolete fencing that's damaged and harmful to animals. The Oregon Natural Desert Association has been working on removing fencing from public grounds for years. In 2012, the association completed an effort to remove barbed wire fencing from the Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge in Lakeview. Since then, the organization has continued removal efforts in the state and also works on building and retrofitting fencing to protect wildlife. The organization has partnered with the Bureau of Land Management on some of this work. Lace Thornberg is the communications manager at the association and Kate Yates is a wildlife biologist for BLM. They join us with details.

Proactive - Interviews for investors
United Lithium says Bureau of Land Management in U.S. has ok's 508 staked claims in South Dakota

Proactive - Interviews for investors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 2:43


United Lithium CEO Michael Dehn joined Steve Darling from Proactive to share news the US Bureau of Land Management has now confirmed the validity of 508 unpatented lode mining claims in the vicinity of Custer, South Dakota. Dehn telling Proactive in relation to unpatented mining claims, the process is very competitive so the BLM reviews the timing, staking procedures and proper filing of claim notices to recognize the validity of the mining claims. This area covers nearly 40 sq. km. #proactiveinvestors #unitedlithiumcorp #cse #otcqb #lithium

The Ozark Podcast
Ep. 39 - Steven Fuller of Hunting Grounds - Creating Edges for Deer Hunting and Re-Introducing Small Game Through Land Management

The Ozark Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 69:43


Kyle Veit and Josh Lantzsch head up to the Missouri border to interview Steven Fuller of The Hunting Grounds. Steven has taken his property of about 100+ acres from a 'deerless forest' to a 'deer paradise' all in about 5 years. He also runs a very popular YouTube page that teaches hunters and land managers simple principles to improve their land for all necessary species. If you're interested in seeing more content from Steven, click on the link below to follow his page: https://www.youtube.com/c/HuntinGrounds Follow us on Instagram: @theozarkpodcast Support the show through our Patreon: patreon.com/theozarkpodcast The Ozark Podcast is presented by Inland Outdoors (@inland.us). Check out our website at www.inland-us.com for merchandise.

The Land Podcast - The Pursuit of Land Ownership and Investing
Don Higgins - The Next Big Change in Land Management Is Coming To the Midwest?

The Land Podcast - The Pursuit of Land Ownership and Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 46:18 Very Popular


On today's episode of The Land Podcast, We are back in Illinois talking with Don Higgins. Don harvested the #2 typical in the state of IL behind none other than the Mel Johnson buck that ranked #6 of all time by the Pope and Young. On top of that, he has also harvested multiple 200” deer in the past 5 years. We talk all about targeting and killing a giant buck, get ready to take notes! We discuss: What most people get wrong The future of land management in the midwest How to make improvements on your farm that actually matter Want a chance to win a Beast Gear Stand, a set of Beast Gear Sticks, an Exodus Render, and 1 Dozen Exodus MMTs? Click the link here to enter the giveaway: https://bit.ly/BeastGearGiveaway

KZMU News
Monday September 26, 2022

KZMU News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 9:50


A recent study in the Journal of Animal Ecology shows that predators can help regulate wild ungulates in the desert. For example, mountain lions keep a wild donkey population in Death Valley out of precious wetlands. We speak to a biologist about potential lessons for southeastern Utah from this research. Plus, norovirus is a nasty stomach bug that's usually associated with cruise ships and restaurants. Our partners report on an outbreak in the Grand Canyon. And conservation groups say more needs to be done to protect the natural and cultural resources of Utah's Labyrinth Canyon from off-road vehicles. The Bureau of Land Management is taking comments until October 7th on a draft travel management plan for the area outside of Moab. And lastly, Moab City Council will meet this Tuesday. We have a preview of the council's agenda from the Moab Sun News. // Show Notes: // Photo: This past spring Grand Canyon National Park became the site of an extended norovirus outbreak, with more than 200 cases of gastrointestinal illness among rafters and backpackers. (Laurel Morales, KJZZ) // Journal of Animal Ecology: A novel trophic cascade between cougars and feral donkeys shapes desert wetlands https://besjournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1365-2656.13766 // New York Times: ​​Death Valley's Invasive Donkeys Have Become Cat Food https://www.nytimes.com/2022/08/15/science/donkeys-mountain-lions-death-valley.html // Public News Service: Groups Urge BLM to Keep Off-Road Vehicles Out of Labyrinth Canyon https://www.publicnewsservice.org/2022-09-23/public-lands-wilderness/groups-urge-blm-to-keep-off-road-vehicles-out-of-labyrinth-canyon/a80754-1 // Lab/Gemini Bridges Travel Management Plan, YGP Harvest Festival – This Week in Moab https://www.kzmu.org/lab-gemini-bridges-travel-management-plan-ygp-harvest-festival-this-week-in-moab/ // KUNC: Raft trips hit hard by the Grand Canyon's largest recorded norovirus outbreak, CDC reports https://www.kunc.org/2022-09-23/raft-trips-hit-hard-by-the-grand-canyons-largest-recorded-norovirus-outbreak-cdc-reports // Moab Sun News https://moabsunnews.com/ // Music: Independent Music Licensing Collective (IMLC) - Coast2Most

KTOO News Update
Newscast – Friday, Sept. 23, 2022

KTOO News Update

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022


In this newscast: Police are investigating the killing of a 55-year-old Juneau woman found on a popular trail; Voters weigh competing expectations of the effects of Juneau's mandatory real estate sales price disclosure rule; The Bureau of Land Management begins the scoping period for a supplemental environmental review of the proposed Ambler Road; A state judge says Rep. David Eastman may be ineligible to hold public office because of his association with the Oath Keepers; Another atmospheric river event is going to drench Southeast Alaska

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Rob Campbell: Chair of New Zealand Rural Land Management on overseas outreach and the lack of local interest

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 4:23


New Zealand Rural Land Management is reaching out to overseas investors. This is due to a lack of local interest in their products. Despite a strong increase in share value, News Zealanders aren't interested. Chair of New Zealand Rural Land Management, Rob Campbell, joins us now. "We set this up because a lot of New Zealand farm land was going to foreigners. But if we can't get the support from local owners capital, again, I come back to those Kiwisaver funds. If we can't get the support, what choice do we have?" LISTEN ABOVE  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Clearing the FOG with co-hosts Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese
Struggle To Save Oak Flats Exposes Ravages Of Colonization And Capitalism

Clearing the FOG with co-hosts Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 60:01


In 2014, Congress used a midnight rider added to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to hand the Indigenous Sacred Land at Oak Flats in Arizona over to a subsidiary of Rio Tinto, Resolution Copper, to mine, which would destroy the land and pollute the local water. Apache Stronghold and its allies are fighting to protect the land and with it, their cultural identity and religious freedom. A new Bureau of Land Management report and conflict within the Ninth Circuit Court are promising for them. Clearing the FOG speaks with Dr. Wendsler Nosie, Sr. about the significance of Oak Flats and how it exposes the ways colonization and capitalism harm and threaten the existence of most people in the United States, not just the Native American population. Dr. Nosie discusses spirituality, ancient prophecies and the urgent need to work together to change course. For more information, visit PopularResistance.org.

EcoJustice Radio
Cultural Fire: Native Land Management and Regeneration with Elizabeth Azzuz

EcoJustice Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 58:24


Native peoples have used the tool of fire as medicine. Fire was understood to be a spirit, a healer and sacred in its own right. Traditional Native controlled burning, called cultural fire, utilizes ancient agro-forestry practices, technology developed through time by the Karuk tribe and Indigenous Peoples around the world. Elizabeth Azzuz, Secretary of Cultural Fire Management Council, discusses in this interview from 2020 her work using Traditional Native Karuk methods of prescribed burning to protect forests, heal degraded ecosystems, and reestablish forest-grown food, medicine, and products. With global climate heating turning the West Coast of the US into an arid tinderbox, this has been another year of the megafire. Thus, the cultural fire practice of Elizabeth Azzuz on the North Coast of California sets an important example on how to protect and regenerate forests for the people and wildlife who call them home using traditional ecological knowledge. Elizabeth Azzuz is a cultural fire practitioner. She gathers and propagates traditional food and medicinal plants. Of Yurok and Karuk descent, she comes from and lives in her traditional territory where the Trinity River flows into the Klamath on the North Coast of California. Elizabeth is a mother and grandmother; at the age of 4 she learned about burning from her grandfather. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CulturalFire Website: http://culturalfire.org/ Podcast Website: http://ecojusticeradio.org/ Podcast Blog: https://www.wilderutopia.com/category/ecojustice-radio/ Support the Podcast: https://socal350.org/contribute-to-socal-350-climate-action/ Interview by Carry Kim Intro by Jessica Aldridge Engineer: Blake Lampkin Executive Producer: Jack Eidt Music: Javier Kadry Episode 83 Photo courtesy Kiliii Yuyan

Fire University
#31 | A conversation with fire experts from all over the U.S.

Fire University

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 110:22 Very Popular


Earlier this year, we created an online Fire Training Course to teach and train participants on how to use prescribed fire to reach land management objectives. We had fire experts join a panel discussion to answer questions and share their knowledge on the fundamentals of implementing fire and connecting with fire communities. This episode is that panel discussion. The Fire Training Course remains open, free, and available to all:  https://bit.ly/RxFireTraining This podcast is supported by listener donations - thank you for being a part of this effort. For more information, follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube! @DrDisturbance - @ufdeerlab

Wild Utah
All You Need to Know About Grand Staircase-Escalante RMP

Wild Utah

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 34:04


What's “GSENM RMP”, anyway? It's shorthand for the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Resource Management Plan. Originally proclaimed by President Clinton in 1996, the almost two million acre monument was slashed in half under former President Trump in 2017. It's been close to a year since President Biden restored the monument to its original boundaries, and it's time for his administration to re-write the Trump-era plan and re-emphasize scientific discovery and conservation as the primary purpose of the monument. That also means that it's time for you to get involved!Our guest is SUWA Wildlands Attorney Kya Marienfeld, who is heading up SUWA's official comments about Grand Stairacse-Escalante to the BLM. In non-legal terms, she explains the process for monument planning and helps us understand how to effectively engage in making the final plan a guiding document we can all be proud of. Take Action After this Episode:Have a Say in the Future of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument!Leave your public comment to the Bureau of Land Management by 9/27.Thank you to our show supporters!Wild Utah is made possible by the contributing members of SUWA. Thank you for your support!Become a SUWA member today and support the Wild Utah PodcastSubscribe to Wild Utah on your favorite podcast app!wildutah.info/Stitcherwildutah.info/Applewildutah.info/SpotifyTheme music is by Haley Noel Austin, with interlude music by Larry Pattis.Dave Pacheco is the host of Wild Utah.Post studio production and editing is by Laura Borichevsky.

Natural Resources University
#86 | A conversation with fire experts from all over the U.S.

Natural Resources University

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 110:32


Earlier this year, we created an online Fire Training Course to teach and train participants on how to use prescribed fire to reach land management objectives. We had fire experts join a panel discussion to answer questions and share their knowledge on the fundamentals of implementing fire and connecting with fire communities. This episode is that panel discussion. The Fire Training Course remains open, free, and available to all: https://bit.ly/RxFireTraining This podcast is supported by listener donations - thank you for being a part of this effort. For more information, follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube! @DrDisturbance - @ufdeerlab

Finding Genius Podcast
This Farmer's Approach To Holistic Land Management – And The Results He Has Seen

Finding Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 54:56


In this episode, we connect with Gabe Brown, a regenerative agriculture expert with a commitment to natural resources and healthy living. Gabe runs Brown's Ranch, where he participates in “no-till farming” – a farming method that improves soil health.  Not only does Gabe run a successful agricultural operation, but he also has a platform where he demonstrates his practices. People around the world are gaining useful insight into the world of sustainable farming by tapping into the resources that Gabe and his family provide… Offer: This Podcast is Sponsored by Lost Empire Herbs. Right now, Lost Empire Herb's bestselling Pine Pollen is now available for just one penny, plus shipping and handling. Go to www.GeniusPollen.com to find out more and grab yourself a bag today. No hidden charges, no trial offer, no shenanigans. Just a low cost way to try Lost Empire Herbs' top product for next to nothing. If you're looking for 100% natural hormonal support for men and women YOU'VE GOT TO TRY THIS.. By joining the conversation, you will learn about: The history of Brown's Ranch. What “no-till farming” is, and the benefits of this method. What weeds are actually there for, and what they can tell you about your soil health.  Caring for the health of natural resources is at the top of Gabe's list of priorities. Want to know how he does it? Tune in now! Visit brownsranch.us to find out more about Gabe and his work with Brown's Ranch. Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

Voices of Montana
Budd-Falen Explains Appeal of BLM Decision on American Prairie

Voices of Montana

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 41:33


Famed property rights Attorney Karen Budd-Falen is representing the Montana Stockgrowers Association and North and South Philips County Grazing Districts on an appeal of the Bureau of Land Management’s decision to allow a change in use for the American Prairie. […]

Think Out Loud
OSU College of Forestry partners with Oregon tribes to restore lands and support underrepresented students

Think Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 15:09


Last month, Oregon State University College of Forestry announced it had hired alumna Cristina Eisenberg as director of tribal initiatives. The new position aims to partner with tribes in Oregon and the region on restoration projects and recruiting Native American students. A forest ecologist by training, Eisenberg is also working with tribes in western Oregon on a new, three-year pilot project funded by the Bureau of Land Management to make forests more resilient to climate change by using Indigenous practices and environmental beliefs known as Traditional Ecological Knowledge.Eisenberg is also the forestry college's first associate dean of inclusive excellence, a role informed by her own experiences as a Latinx and Native American first-generation college student, to provide support and new opportunities for underrepresented students. Cristina Eisenberg joins us to discuss returning to Oregon State University to lead these new efforts within the College of Forestry.

SBS NITV Radio
Victorian Indigenous trailblazers win 2022 Indigenous Land Management award

SBS NITV Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 7:16


“We're honoured to accept this award which acknowledges the benefits thousands of years of cultural knowledge brings to land management here in Australia.” - Narrap Unit Manager and Wurundjeri Elder, Sean Hunter.

Investing in Regenerative Agriculture
182 Liz Carlisle – Regeneration is nothing new, let's honour the indigenous history

Investing in Regenerative Agriculture

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 59:25


A conversation with Liz Carlisle, writer of Healing Grounds, about the deep racism that exists in agriculture and food and in the regenerative agriculture movement as well. A deep dive in the real origin story of the Green Revolution, the black farming movement in the US, the deep roots of colonisation in agriculture and what we should learn from that.---------------------------------------------------Join our Gumroad community, discover the tiers and benefits on www.gumroad.com/investinginregenag. Support our work:Share itGive a 5-star ratingBuy us a coffee… or a meal! www.Ko-fi.com/regenerativeagriculture----------------------------------------------------We stand on the shoulders of giants in the indigenous farming and land management space, but choose not to mention them. All practices we currently call regenerative are not new, but have been around for a long time and we choose to broadly not acknowledge that and look away when it comes to thorny topics like land ownership, access to land, access to finance, etc. So, let's get real and discuss all these things.More about this episode on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/liz-carlisle-2.Find our video course on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/course.----------------------------------------------------For feedback, ideas, suggestions please contact us through Twitter @KoenvanSeijen, or get in touch through the website www.investinginregenerativeagriculture.com. Join our newsletter on www.eepurl.com/cxU33P. The above references an opinion and is for information and educational purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice.Support the show Support the show

Hunt Quietly
Jared Oakleaf

Hunt Quietly

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 106:02 Very Popular


Matt talks with lifelong hunter and Bureau of Land Management outdoor recreation planner Jared Oakleaf.

Liberty Monks
Deep State Vigilante - Ammon Bundy

Liberty Monks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 41:12


Ammon Bundy is an independent Gubernatorial candidate for the state of Idaho. Mr. Bundy has made headlines in recent years specifically from the Bundy family standoff with the Bureau of Land Management in 2014, the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge incident in 2016, and recently with the Baby Cyrus medical kidnapping case. See more about Ammon and what he stands for at https://www.votebundy.com/ Media and videos https://www.votebundy.com/media/videos/ Please subscribe at www.libertymonks.com to get up to date info on all of our latest episodes! Follow us on our Facebook page Follow us on: Twitter and Gettr See Select Videos on: YouTube Rumble Brighteon Listen on iTunes, Spotify and Anchor

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch
Absurd Truth: Oil > Birds

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 24:34


The Bureau of Land Management pauses oil and gas leases in Colorado over birds, meanwhile Airbnb and a new property owner apologize for its 'slave cabin' listing.Please visit our great sponsors:American Hartford Gold https://offers.americanhartfordgold.com/dana/Call 1-866-887-1188 or text DANA to 998899 for up to $1500 in free Silver with qualifying first purchase. Black Rifle Coffee Companyhttps://blackriflecoffee.com/danaSave 20% off with code DANAHumanN- Superbeetshttps://danasbeets.comFight fatigue with Superbeets heart chews and save up to 45% off.Kel Techttps://KelTecWeapons.comKelTec: Creating Innovative, Quality Firearms to help secure your world.Patriot Mobile https://PatriotMobile.com/DanaFree Activation with promo code DANA. Patriotmobile.com/dana or call 972-PATRIOT.PC Matichttps://pcmatic.com/danaProtect yourself from cyberthreats and save $5. www.pcmatic.com/dana

The American Land Man
#12 - From Factory Worker to Land Management Company Owner! Jeff Nelson of Advanced Habitat Solutions

The American Land Man

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 56:57


In today's episode of The American Land Man Podcast, we are back in the studio talking everything land with Jeff Nelson of Advanced Habitat Solutions. Jeff has a unique story on how he went from an overworked, underpaid factory worker to the owner of Advanced Habitat Solutions. We cover: -How he went from factory worker to business owner -Marketing himself with pull tabs at local archery shops -How long it took him to go full time and quit his job -What inspired him to take the leap into starting his own business -When he knew he was financially ready to take the leap into being self employed -How filming for midwest whitetail inspired him to launch his own product lines -How social media marketing helped transform his business -How he balances managing properties for 40 clients all on his own -His plan to scale the business in the future -His process for bidding and charging customers based on acreage and scope of work -Does the process of land management actually increase the value of your property? -The number 1 thing you can do on your property to help increase its value -What he does for one of the top outfitters in Buffalo County, Wisconsin to help with habitat improvement -His personal philosophy on food plots and creating deer habitat And so much more! Connect: -https://www.instagram.com/advancedhabitat/?hl=en (Advanced Habitat Solutions Instagram) -https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeff-nelson-11733412b (Jeff Nelson LinkedIn) -https://bit.ly/NeilHaugerWhitetailProperties -https://bit.ly/NeilHaugerFacebook -https://bit.ly/NeilHaugerYouTube -https://bit.ly/NeilHaugerInstagram

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch
Wednesday August 17 - Full Show

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 105:42


Rep. Liz Cheney loses her primary in Wyoming. The White House says the Inflation Reduction Act won't reduce inflation immediately. A collegiate IRS recruiting program shows people drawing fake guns on Americans. Netflix gives its first look at the casting for The Addams Family. Every sorority rejected the rush of a biological male. The Bureau of Land Management pauses oil and gas leases in Colorado over birds.Please visit our great sponsors:American Hartford Gold https://offers.americanhartfordgold.com/dana/Call 1-866-887-1188 or text DANA to 998899 for up to $1500 in free Silver with qualifying first purchase. Black Rifle Coffee Companyhttps://blackriflecoffee.com/danaSave 20% off with code DANAHumanN- Superbeetshttps://danasbeets.comFight fatigue with Superbeets heart chews and save up to 45% off.Kel Techttps://KelTecWeapons.comKelTec: Creating Innovative, Quality Firearms to help secure your world.Patriot Mobile https://PatriotMobile.com/DanaFree Activation with promo code DANA. Patriotmobile.com/dana or call 972-PATRIOT.PC Matichttps://pcmatic.com/danaProtect yourself from cyberthreats and save $5. www.pcmatic.com/dana

Humane Nation
Episode 11: The Wild Wild West

Humane Nation

Play Episode Play 17 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 18:07


Can we just say how amazingly magnificent horses are? What beautiful creatures. The feel emotions like we do and can even pick up on our emotions by reading our facial expressions and voice cues. In this episode, we'll talk about horses in the western U.S. states and how they are at risk of being rounded up. The Bureau of Land Management is in charge of managing the wild horses and burros on public lands, but they are catering to a very specific group of people. Find out more! https://thehumanenation.com@thehumanenation 

Defend Your Ground
Episode 8: The Bureau of Land Management Strikes Back in Arizona's Black Canyon Corridor

Defend Your Ground

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 67:22


Last fall the Bureau of Land Management withdrew a final plan for Arizona's Black Canyon Corridor. The withdrawn plan would have closed hundreds of miles of routes in the area, and it suffered from numerous technical flaws. Now they are back with an updated version of the plan. There is some improvement in the plan, but a lot that needs week. In this episode we discuss the plan with our allies from the American Mining Rights Association, Arizona Backcountry Explorers, Arizona State Association of 4WD Clubs, and the Undertakers 4x4 Club.  All outdoor recreation users need to comment on this plan based on the information we shared: https://www.sharetrails.org/black-canyon-corridor-travel-management-in-arizona-could-close-58-of-routes/#/70/ You can also join the Arizona Adventure Alliance, which includes a promotional membership to four of the organizations featured in this podcast:  BlueRibbon Coalition American Mining Rights Association AZ Backcountry Explorers Arizona State Association of 4WD Clubs Join today!  

Buckeye Sportsman
Land Management // Yellow Perch Fishing // August 15th, 2022

Buckeye Sportsman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 48:00


Buckeye Sportsman
Land Management // Yellow Perch Fishing // August 15th, 2022

Buckeye Sportsman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 48:00


EcoJustice Radio
Life Over Lithium: Protecting the Sacred Site Peehee Mu'huh (Thacker Pass)- Ep. 146

EcoJustice Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 59:15


Lithium is essential to all battery technology currently in use and development worldwide. Due to the transition to renewable solar and wind energy and electrification of vehicles and homes to reduce fossil fuel dependency and address climate change, the appetite for lithium is growing exponentially. While touted as part of a clean and green technology, many are rightfully crying “greenwashing" in response to lithium production and fast tracking mine permits. There is a dark underbelly of lithium mining that is impacting Indigenous communities and People of Color: their cultural heritage, lifeways, sacred sites, and the totality of their health. In this episode, Gary McKinney, Spokesman for The People of Red Mountain and Lead Scout for the American Indian Movement-Northeast Nevada, reveals the true cost of lithium and what we might do to protect the Northern Paiute & Western Shoshone sacred site of Pee'hee Mu'huh to ensure Indigenous peoples and their legacies are not irreparably harmed by the world's growing hunger for lithium. The People of the Red Mountain [https://peopleofredmountain.com/] are an Indigenous led grassroot organization, comprised of Paiute and Shoshone peoples, surrounding Indigenous nations, and supporters working to protect Pee'hee Mu'huh (Thacker Pass) from the possible construction of the Thacker Pass Lithium Mine in northwest Nevada. If the mine is built it would be the United States largest source of lithium supply generating 60,000 metric tons of battery-grade lithium carbonate annually. The People of the Red Mountain are calling for support in demanding the U.S. Department of the Interior to rescind the Thacker Pass Lithium Mine Project Final Environmental Impact Statement, Record of Decision, and Plan of Operations. Lithium Nevada Corp. is a subsidiary of the Canadian corporation Lithium Americas Corp. which proposes to build the open pit lithium mine with a project area of almost 17,933 acres that will use 5,200 acre-feet per year of water (equivalent to an average pumping rate of 3,224 gallons per minute) in one of the driest regions in the nation. Lithium Nevada Corporation characterizes the mine as a “green” project, despite estimates the mine will produce an estimated 152,703 tons of carbon dioxide emissions every year and will cause irreversible harm to the Fort McDermitt Paiute and Shoshone Nation, ancestral massacre sites, the water, air, medicines, culturally important wildlife relations, and everything else the land and waters culturally sustain for the Peoples. The Bureau of Land Management approved the mine on January 15, 2021, without adequately consulting tribal members. Gary McKinney is a Western Shoshone/Northern Paiute tribal descendant, born and raised in Indian-Treaty-Territory. For over a decade Gary has been involved with Indian Rights and upholding traditional value & culture. Today, he is also a spokesman for the People of Red Mountain, a band of Paiute-Shoshones representing a portion of the Tribal Cultural Landscape threatened by Mining Exploitation. For an extended version of this interview and other benefits, become an EcoJustice Radio patron at https://www.patreon.com/ecojusticeradio Resources/Articles: https://www.culturalsurvival.org/publications/cultural-survival-quarterly/our-sacred-sites-are-more-important-lithium-mine https://thisisreno.com/2022/07/photos-tribe-members-launch-billboard-campaign-against-thacker-pass/ Podcast Website: http://ecojusticeradio.org/ Podcast Blog: https://www.wilderutopia.com/category/ecojustice-radio/ Support the Podcast: https://www.patreon.com/ecojusticeradio Hosted by Carry Kim Intro by Jessica Aldridge Engineer and Original Music: Blake Quake Beats Executive Producer: Jack Eidt Show Created by Mark and JP Morris Episode 146 Photo credit: Gary McKinney from Cultural Survival

None Dare Call It Ordinary!
Episode 99.5: A Tale of Two Bundys Part 1: Cliven Bundy's War Against National Park Entrance Booths and the Desert Tortoise

None Dare Call It Ordinary!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 36:26


This bonus episode covers Cliven Bundy, the Nevada cattle rancher who for twenty years allowed his cattle to graze on federally administered grasslands without paying grazing fees. In other words, Cliven Bundy demanded welfare from the government and stole from taxpayers. He was so insistent on suckling from the government teat that he instigated an armed stand-off with the Bureau of Land Management, which led to . . . absolutely no consequences for Cliven. God bless America.

BeProvided Conservation Radio
Canham Farm Horse Rescue and Rehabilitation with Julia Hyde and Jackie Foley

BeProvided Conservation Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 52:01


Welcome Back Everyone! I think every little girl I know, including myself, LOVES horses. I was never in a place to actually ride horses but as soon as I could pick up a pencil horses were the first animals I sketched. I fell in love with their eyes and their sleek muscular bodies. I am Marcia Sivek and this is BeProvided Conservation Radio. If you cannot tell, today's show is about horses, specifically horse rescue and rehabilitation with Julia Hyde, founder of Canham Farm Horse Rescue and Rehabilitation and her senior volunteer and outreach coordinator, Jackie Foley. Julia started Canham Farm Horse Rescue and Rehabilitation about 5 years ago when she realized horses needed her help. In today's show, we talk about how horses come into their care. Julia and Jackie share stories on how domesticated horses are cared for and their dedication to getting them back to health and finding a new home. Julia also shares how our iconic wild horses in the American West are rounded up by the Bureau of Land Management using helicopters. We learn why these round ups are not good for the horses. Because of these acts, these symbols of freedom are diminishing from our lands. I learned so much, which makes me want to learn more. If you know someone working to help save our wild horses and would want to share their experience, please contact me through my website at www.beprovided.com.   Enjoy the conversation. I start by asking my guests to introduce themselves and tell us a little bit about how they were inspired to dedicate their time to horse rescue. Upcoming Events at Canham Farm:   Plein Air Painting Workshop at Canham Farm Horse Rescue with Elvira Rascov   Art and Conservation Zoom With John Muir Laws: Date TBD for September! Stay Tuned  

Montana Untamed
Buffalo commons: American Prairie gets greenlighted for BLM grazing

Montana Untamed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 24:07


In 2001, American Prairie made an appearance in Montana with the goal to stitch together private and public lands in Eastern Montana to create a large grassland reserve. By buying ranches from willing sellers, the group – once known as the Prairie Foundation, American Prairie Foundation, and American Prairie Reserve – has become a lightning rod for criticism, legislation and political divisiveness. This is in part because it has stocked some of its land with bison. Recently, the Bureau of Land Management gave final approval to the group to alter grazing plans on federal lands to accommodate bison, reigniting the long simmering feud. On this week's episode Brett French, outdoors and natural resources reporter the Billings Gazette discusses the contentious history of American Prairie's attempt to create a native grassland prairie inhabited by bison.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Daily Buzz
How well does the BLM treat Utah's wild horses?

The Daily Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 9:05


In this episode, reporter Anastasia Hufham discusses why Utah's three off-range corrals received mixed scores in the Bureau of Land Management's first nation-wide assessment of holding facilities for wild horses.

My Climate Journey
Startup Series: Vibrant Planet

My Climate Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 55:11


Today's guest is Allison Wolff, Founder and CEO at Vibrant Planet. This year, wildfires have raged across the Western US, the Mediterranean, Australia, and parts of Canada. While many worry that the intensity and frequency of these blazes are going to get worse, Vibrant Planet is on a mission to create a cloud-based planning and monitoring tool for agile, adaptive land management at scale. The company harnesses data-driven science and cloud-based technology to help community stakeholders create resiliency plans for forests that take multiple factors into account. Their goal is to help planners and policy makers save lives, avoid trillions of dollars in infrastructure loss, and restore the ability of natural systems to store carbon, deliver clean water, and support biodiversity, local economies, and recreational habits.In today's episode, we cover: The state of forests in the US and across the globeWhy wildfires are increasingIntersection between land management and climate changeHow some forests need fires to regenerate themselvesEffective forest management by Indigenous PeoplesWhat we can learn from tribesHow state and federal governments are approaching the issueRoadblocks that have slowed progress on forest managementAllison's background in tech and transition to climateRole of software and tech in unlocking collaborationStakeholders involved in planning projectsCarbon methodology for fire adapted forestsEnjoy the show!You can find me on Twitter @codysimms (me), @mcjpod (podcast) or @mcjcollective (company). You can reach us via email at info@mcjcollective.com, where we encourage you to share your feedback on episodes and suggestions for future topics or guests.Episode recorded July 20, 2022.

City Cast Las Vegas
Could This Be Nevada's Next National Monument?

City Cast Las Vegas

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 20:46


Avi Kwa Ame is the Mojave name for Spirit Mountain and the surrounding landscape, which is sacred to over 12 Indigenous tribes. In February, Representative Dina Titus introduced a bill to designate Avi Kwa Ame as a national monument that would protect the area for cultural and recreational purposes. There hasn't been any legislative action on the bill since it was filed, so advocates are looking to President Biden to sign a presidential decree to protect the lands. The Conservation Lands Foundation works with advocates to hold the Bureau of Land Management accountable and works to secure the safety of Avi Kwa Ame. Associate Program Director Bertha Gutierrez sits down with Host Vogue Robinson to explain its importance to Indigenous tribes, why they are working towards a national monument designation, and how this would benefit all of us. Have you been to Avi Kwa Ame? What do you think about the monument proposal? Leave us a message or send us a text at 702-514-0719, or tweet at us @CityCastVegas. Want more Vegas news? Make sure to sign up for our morning newsletter at lasvegas.citycast.fm/newsletter! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Think Out Loud
Bureau of Land Management looking at long-term solutions to wild horse population

Think Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 18:56


The wild horse population grows about 20% every year, according to the Bureau of Land Management. In Oregon, there are about 4,500 wild horses but, according to the BLM, the state can only sustain about 2,700. The federal agency is looking for public comments on a proposal of three contraceptive methods. Rob Sharp is the Supervisory Wild Horse and Burro Specialist with the BLM. Gayle Hunt is the President of the Central Oregon Wild Horse Coalition. They join us both to discuss

Hunt-ology
Episode 9: Shawn Mandolare - Land management as a whitetail deer hunter

Hunt-ology

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 90:38


On this episode we brought back accomplished hunter Shawn Mandolare. We dive into being a landowner and management for whitetail deer. What a great episode it was! If you are or plan on being a landowner for whitetail deer, then this episode is for you! Shawn goes over tips and tricks as well as his successes and his failures as a whitetail property owner. Shawn is a true authentic hunter who carries with him a lifetime of knowledge and experiences. In true fashion he has great story telling abilities to keep anyone engaged. along with gripping knowledge and things learned throughout his hunting career.

Working Ranch Radio Show
Ep 81: Is the BLM ”Out of Bounds” on This One?

Working Ranch Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 53:56


The Bureau of Land Management recently issued a final decision for changing six grazing allotments in Montana from cattle to bison.  But the issue here is, "Why did the Environmental Assessment (EA) conducted in this instance fail to analyze the full range of impacts from the proposal by the American Prairie Reserve"?  Furthermore, what if this would have been a proposal put forth by ranchers like you or me? Jay Bodner, Executive Vice President for the Montana Stockgrowers Association and Kaitlynn Glover, Executive Director of the Public Lands Council for the NCBA are my guests as we discuss what took place and the potential implications of the decision in the future for ranchers across the country. #workingranchmagazine #workingranchnation #justinmills.wyocowboy #ranchlife #ranching #dayweather #weather #agweather #beef #cows #livestock #cattle #gelbvieh #zoetisus #bison #grazing #BLM #NCBA #PublicLands #Montana #Stockgrowers

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged
#1,258 - Oregon Man Who Started Wildfires Tied to Tree By Locals, Sheriff Says

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 10:41


A man who reportedly ignited wildfires in a remote, forested corner of Oregon was apprehended by three local residents and tied to a tree until police arrived, a sheriff said Tuesday.Federal, state and county authorities responded to a radio call Monday from a U.S. Bureau of Land Management employee who reported a man was walking along a gravel road and setting fires, in the forest some 25 miles northwest of Grants Pass. Ground crews, assisted by local residents, and three helicopters quickly got the two fires under control, Curry County Sheriff John Ward said.LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos everyday. https://bit.ly/3KBUDSK

Short Wave
Wild Horses Could Keep Wildfire At Bay

Short Wave

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 14:00 Very Popular


Stephanie O'Neill reports that's the hope behind the Wild Horse Fire Brigade, a non-profit program piloted by William Simpson. Under a 1971 Congressional Act, the Bureau of Land Management has the right to round up wild horses on public lands. Oftentimes, those horses are shipped to holding facilities, where they are kept in captivity and separated from their families. William Simpson wants to change that. He wants to deploy the wild horses across public lands, to live and graze — and ultimately, prevent the worst wildfires.

Land & Legacy - Sportsmen's Nation
The Golden Years of Land Management

Land & Legacy - Sportsmen's Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 38:20 Very Popular


This is a different spin on the podcast this week! Adam and Kyle are discussing the how the window of time maybe closing on you making the biggest improvement on your farm. Will your kids be active in dance, baseball, softball, or band? If so, your time might be running out! Don't let the hustle of life limit you on your time in the field, get after it! One of the biggest factors in success is time and understanding how to manage that time best. We work through the many stages of life and how having the knowledge to attack at the correct time with the correct tools might be the secret to making the most of your limited time. #Forloveoftheland

The Mountain Side
#099 Brandon Dunham - The Anchor Point

The Mountain Side

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 126:28


Brandon Dunham is a former wildland firefighter, fly fisherman, outdoorsman, podcaster, entrepreneur, aloha shirt aficionado, Grassroots Wildland Firefighters non-profit advocacy group cofounder, and wildland firefighter advocate who has served as a steward to protect public lands for eleven years. During his wildland firefighting career, he has had the opportunity to serve on Interagency Hotshot Crews, Helitack modules, Engine companies, and as a Type 4 Incident Commander across the United States for both the Bureau of Land Management and the United States Forest Service. After his 11-year fire career, he decided to create and formalize his podcast, The Anchor Point Podcast – a long-form, unscripted, and wildland firefighter culture podcast that highlights every aspect of what wildland firefighters experience – the good, bad, indifferent, and ugly. Tune in as Brandon joins Bobby Marshall virtually and discuss wildland fires, wildland firefighting, hot shots, smoke jumpers, Helitack modules, fire mitigation, hunting, mountain life, and so much more. Please subscribe or like us on social media platforms for updates on shows, events, and episode drops.www.themountainsidepodcast.comwww.anchorpointpodcast.comwww.grassrootswildlandfirefighters.com Sponsor Linkswww.UnCanna.comMountain Side listeners use Discount code TMS to receive 10% off all Uncanna products! www.ONNIT.comMountain Side listeners use Discount code TMS to receive 10% off ONNIT products! www.OriginMaine.comMountain Side listeners receive 10% off Origin & Jocko Fuelproducts! Use Code TMS10 to save. Other Affiliates Links

Science Moab
Climate Adaptation and Land Management

Science Moab

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 19:46


Beginning in 2001, an executive order mandated that the Bureau of Land Management consider climate change in their reports and their management planning. We talk with wildlife ecologist Lainie Brice about a project she was a part of for the climate adaptation science program at Utah State University. A key feature of this project was looking at the gap between scientific literature on climate change and the actual land management practices within the Bureau of Land Management.

Montana Public Radio News
Non-profit wildlife reserve gets a permit to graze bison on public lands

Montana Public Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 1:14


American Prairie (formerly known as American Prairie Reserve) has obtained a permit from the federal Bureau of Land Management to graze bison on more than 63,000 acres in Phillips County.

KZMU News
Thursday July 28, 2022

KZMU News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 11:14


Dispersed camping has exploded on Bureau of Land Management lands across Grand County. And when visitors spread out, looking for that perfect private campsite, they can encroach on natural resources like native vegetation and wildlife habitat. The BLM is now looking at implementing more camping rules for three places: Utah Rims, Two Rivers, and the Labyrinth Rims/Gemini Bridges areas. Today on the news, we speak with advocates of this plan about why ‘camping anywhere you want' is no longer viable in Grand County. // Show Notes: // Photo: A dispersed campsite in Grand County. The BLM is considering limiting camping to designated sites in the Utah Rims, Two Rivers, and the Labyrinth Rims/Gemini Bridges areas. // Utah Rims BLM Planning: https://eplanning.blm.gov/eplanning-ui/project/2015213/510 // Two Rivers BLM Planning: https://eplanning.blm.gov/eplanning-ui/project/2015215/510 // Labyrinth Rims/Gemini Bridges Planning: https://eplanning.blm.gov/eplanning-ui/project/2015209/510 // The Deseret News (May 1989) Moab Dislikes Smell Of Success https://www.deseret.com/1989/5/20/18807808/moab-dislikes-smell-of-success-br-human-waste-turning-river-areas-into-cesspools

The Hunt Lift Eat Podcast
Ep 66 Part 2: Southern Deer and Land Management with Brett Beato

The Hunt Lift Eat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 62:20


Join us for Part 2! This week on the podcast Carter & Perry continue their conversation with good friend Brett Beato. He is extremely skilled at habitat management, food plots, plant identification, as well as everything deer hunting. Give this one a listen as we prep for hunting season! Please drop a follow and a review wherever you listen to the podcast! @huntlifteatofficial Brett- @brett_burrito Perry- @perry.r.isner Carter-@thehomestead_ga Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast
Small Business Administration's Office of Disaster Assistance Adapts to Climate Change with Associate Administrator Francisco Sanchez Jr.

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 46:12


In episode 167, Doug Parsons hosts Francisco Sanchez Jr., Associate Administrator for the Small Business Administration's Office of Disaster Assistance. Francisco shares what is the office of disaster assistance. We also discuss how climate change is requiring them to evolve their mission. SBA is actually a major funder of disaster preparedness, an increasingly important part of any adaptation response for communities. We also learn about Francisco's previous experiences doing similar disaster work in Houston, Texas. He has some riveting stories as the city was preparing for Hurricane Harvey to make landfall. It's a great episode and you get to hear how a federal agency is stepping up on the issue of climate change. Topics covered: What is the role of SBA's Office of Disaster Assistance How is the Office evolving factoring in climate change. What are some federal policies that make it hard to provide disaster assistance. Learn why disaster preparedness is a key pillar of climate adaptation. Learn how remarkable a storm event Hurricane Harvey in Houston was. See how the city of Houston prepared for the arrival of Hurricane Harvey. “Recovery has to be tied to resilience.” “People are seeing forecasts that they could have never imagined before.” “Don't fight the Scenario.” Donate to America Adapts Listen to America Adapts on your favorite app here! Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/americaadapts/ @usaadapts https://www.linkedin.com/in/doug-parsons-america-adapts/ @F_SanchezJr @SBA_Francisco @SBAgov Donate to America Adapts Follow on Apple Podcasts Follow on Android Doug Parsons and Speaking Opportunities: If you are interested in having Doug speak at corporate and conference events, sharing his unique, expert perspective on adaptation in an entertaining and informative way, more information can be found here! Now on Spotify! List of Previous Guests on America Adapts Follow/listen to podcast on Apple Podcasts. Donate to America Adapts, we are now a tax deductible charitable organization! Links in episode: https://www.sba.gov/person/francisco-sanchez-jr https://www.sba.gov/about-sba/sba-locations/headquarters-offices/office-disaster-assistance https://www.americaadapts.org/episodes/2022/7/22/small-business-administrations-office-of-disaster-assistance-adapts-to-climate-change-with-associate-administrator-francisco-sanchez-jr Previous America Adapts highlighted in this episode: Fundamentals of Wildfire, Land Management and Climate Change with Dr. Brandon Collins of UC Berkeley Doug Parsons hosts Dr. Brandon Collins, an adjunct professor at UC Berkeley and the lead scientist at Berkeley Forests. As wildfires rage in the Western U.S., why are some areas more prone to out of control fires than others?  Brandon explains the ecology of western forests and some of the management options to mitigate against these extreme events. We also discuss the growing impact of climate on these catastrophic fires and why the land management of a hundred years ago is making it harder for these landscapes to adapt to climate change. Extreme Heat in the News, Naming Heat Waves, Thermal Equity and more with Dr. Ladd Keith Doug talks extreme heat with Dr. Ladd Keith, Assistant Professor in Planning and Chair of Sustainable Built Environments at the University of Arizona. Ladd and Doug discuss the media coverage of the recent pacific northwest heat wave; is naming heat waves a bad idea; will extreme heat be included in managed retreat discussions; Miami's new Chief Heat officer; the challenge of tying mortalities to heat events; thermal equity; air conditioning shaming and much more. Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Strategies to Address Climate Change Risk in Low- and Moderate-income Communities - Volume 14, Issue 1 https://www.frbsf.org/community-development/publications/community-development-investment-review/2019/october/strategies-to-address-climate-change-low-moderate-income-communities/ Podcasts in the Classroom – Discussion guides now available for the latest episode of America Adapts. These guides can be used by educators at all levels. Check them out here! The 10 Best Sustainability Podcasts for Environmental Business Leaders https://us.anteagroup.com/news-events/blog/10-best-sustainability-podcasts-environmental-business-leaders The best climate change podcasts on The Climate Advisor http://theclimateadvisor.com/the-best-climate-change-podcasts/ 7 podcasts to learn more about climate change and how to fight it https://kinder.world/articles/you/7-podcasts-to-learn-more-about-climate-change-and-how-to-fight-it-19813 Directions on how to listen to America Adapts on Amazon Alexa https://youtu.be/949R8CRpUYU America Adapts also has its own app for your listening pleasure!  Just visit the App store on Apple or Google Play on Android and search “America Adapts.” Join the climate change adaptation movement by supporting America Adapts!  Please consider supporting this podcast by donating through America Adapts fiscal sponsor, the Social Good Fund. All donations are now tax deductible! For more information on this podcast, visit the website at http://www.americaadapts.org and don't forget to subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts.   Podcast Music produce by Richard Haitz Productions Write a review on Apple Podcasts ! America Adapts on Facebook!   Join the America Adapts Facebook Community Group. Check us out, we're also on YouTube! Executive Producer Dr. Jesse Keenan Subscribe to America Adapts on Apple Podcasts Doug can be contacted at americaadapts @ g mail . com

The Hunt Lift Eat Podcast
Ep 65: Southern Deer and Land Management with Brett Beato

The Hunt Lift Eat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 66:02


This week on the podcast Carter & Perry are joined by Carter's good friend Brett Beato. Brett was born in NY and began hunting on family land in Upstate, NY. He then moved to Georgia and began hunting public land and attended school at ABAC with a Bachelors of Science and a minor in Horticulture. Brett is currently a firefighter in Georgia and is still an avid outdoorsman. Brett spends his falls chasing whitetails and the remainder of the year prepping habitat for them. He is extremely skilled at habitat management, food plots, plant identification, as well as everything deer hunting. Give this one a listen as we prep for hunting season! Please drop a follow and a review wherever you listen to the podcast! @huntlifteatofficial Brett- @brett_burrito Perry- @perry.r.isner Carter-@thehomestead_ga Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Dear Bob and Sue: A National Parks Podcast
#87: Our Favorite Slot Canyons in the Southwest

Dear Bob and Sue: A National Parks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 62:12 Very Popular


Breathtaking trails through narrow canyons lie hidden in the vast desert landscapes of the Southwest. These slot canyons, as they're called, often have walls so close that you can reach out and touch both sides of the canyon – at the same time! And in places, you might even have to squeeze through the tightest passages sideways. Why would anyone want to do this, you might ask? Because the scenery in these canyons is jaw-dropping, to say the least. In this episode, we're taking you to the Southwest to explore some of our favorite slot canyons in Utah, Nevada, New Mexico, and Southern California. Enjoy!   Also! Please take a gander at our new merch website: www.dirtlander.com. There you'll find our original “20252” designs, (Smokey Bear's zip code if you didn't already know) and other fun, outdoor travel-related gear.   Other links: ·     Upper Antelope Canyon - Ticket info ·     Lower Antelope Canyon - Ticket info for Ken's tours - Ticket info for Dixie's tours ·     Buckskin Gulch - The Bureau of Land Management's site where you can find more info about Buckskin Gulch   Subscribe to The Dear Bob and Sue Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen, and if you've enjoyed our show, please leave us a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. Five-star ratings help other listeners find our show.   Follow us on Instagram at @mattandkarensmith, on Twitter at @mattandkaren, on Facebook at dearbobands, or check out our blog at www.mattandkaren.com.   To advertise on The Dear Bob and Sue Podcast, email us at mattandkarensmith@gmail.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

On The Wing Podcast
PODCAST EP. 174: Expanding PF & QF's Upland Habitat Mission in the West

On The Wing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 48:54


Host Bob St.Pierre is joined by the trio of PF & QF Western biologists Al Eiden, Kellie Dobrescue, and Connor White to talk about the organization's expanding habitat work focused on sage brush habitat in the Western United States. Episode Highlights: • Dobrescue talks about her role in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management to improve sage brush habitat through tree removal. Those efforts are creating better habitat for a wide array of wildlife from sage grouse to elk, as well as helping protect water quantity. • White also discusses his job working as the project coordinator for Idaho's Bruneau Owhyee Sage Grouse Habitat Project. That work is focused on removing invasive juniper trees across a wide landscape of Southwest Idaho for the benefit of sage grouse, mule deer, elk, pronghorn, and water resources. • Eiden wraps up the conversation with a powerful statement about the 20 different upland bird species in the West and how PF & QF is improving upland habitat in a wide array of settings, including grasslands, deserts, sage steppe, alpine forests, and agricultural lands.

The Equestrian Podcast
[EP 250] Understanding Wild Horse Management Practices with Ann Souders

The Equestrian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 26:29


Ann Souders is a Community Engagement Coordinator for the Mustang Heritage Foundation, a non-profit, educational campaign focusing on raising awareness, providing education, and increasing the placement of wild horses and burros. Established in 2001, the Mustang Heritage Foundation maintains a goal of decreasing the number of wild horses and burros in BLM (Bureau of Land Management) holding facilities, by increasing the number of successful adoptions and placements into private care. The Mustang Heritage Foundation has a few programs to encourage the training and care of wild mustangs, including the Extreme Mustang Makeover, a training competition with a purpose to showcase the beauty, versatility, and trainability of American mustang. Listen in!