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Habitat Podcast
Habitat Podcast #211 - Chad Barclay - PA Game Commission, Shed Hunting, Commercial Forester, Grouse/Hare Forest Cuts, High Deer Damage & Getting Involved in your State

Habitat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 96:26


Habitat Podcast #211 - Chad Barclay and Phil Holcombe join Jared Van Hees and Brian Halbeib for some Pennsylvania Habitat Management on Game Commission /public land. What is your state doing for the wildlife and habitat? We cover: Chad Barclay introduction in terms of hunting/habitat, how he got into those things.  Chad's position and role with the PA Game Commission, What a typical day looks like for Chad as a PGC Forester, What kind of techniques/methods is Chad applying on the landscape to improve wildlife? Commercial, non commercial harvests? What are some specific projects Chad and the Pennsylvania Game Commission are currently working on? Grouse/woodcock/hare cuts.  How are projects geared toward or designated as beneficial for one species, also quite often beneficial for a host of wildlife specie How is funding sourced and gathered for these projects? Are there opportunities for citizens to get involved and help with habitat projects? If so how does one get involved? Rapid Fire and Wrap ----------------------------------------------- LAND PLAN Property Consultations – HP Land Plans: LAND PLANS Leave us a review for a FREE DECAL - https://apple.co/2uhoqOO FIRST LITE --> https://bit.ly/3EDbG6P Vitalize Seed GIFT CARDS--> https://bit.ly/vitalizeseed Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX $25 off with code: HPC25 Morse Nursery Tree Dealer Pricing – info@habitatpodcast.com Legendary Forest Products (Forestry and Logging) - https://bit.ly/LegendaryFPs Afflictor Broadheads - https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH "BF20" --- 20% off at checkout YOUTUBE - Habitat Podcast Email us: info@habitatpodcast.com Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees 10% off w/code: HABITAT10 Michigan Whitetail Pursuit - http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Endless Horizons Archery (all of your archery needs) - https://bit.ly/3QBVNRl Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Think Out Loud
New research provides insight on the effects logging, roadwork can have on landslides

Think Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 9:07


Using 70 years of data, researchers led by an Oregon State University professor found that landslides in the Pacific Northwest are influenced more by clear-cutting and roadwork than by heavy rain. Catalina Segura is an associate professor in OSU's department of forest engineering, resources and management. She joins us with the details.

Idaho Speaks
Idaho Speaks A Week-in-Preview for January 23 2023

Idaho Speaks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 19:56


Hayden City Council Show Notes:Link to City of Hayden Meeting Agenda: (https://meetings.boardbook.org/Public/Organization/2366)List of citizen concerns for City of Hayden Stone Creek North Development project:The project that the City staff approved is not the same project the 2020 City Council conditionally approved. Non-conforming items and unauthorized changes include;Council approved the project based on a two year completion duration. Two years has passed as of 11/25/2022. City insists the project is a 5 year project. Logging and clearing has been completed and lies exposed to the elements. Logging operations have intruded into the wetlands and caused monetary damage to a Stone Creek resident's property.Up to 66 residential lots were approved. Current drawings have added 3 lots. The accessible areas of the required public parks has been reduced and displaced by building lots leaving inaccessible steep hillsides.Approximately 25 to 30 proposed lots are on classified wetlands and in a mapped flood zone. Failure to address Hayden Code 12-3-4,19d exposes new and existing off site properties to damage.The required second emergency egress right-of-way to Lancaster has not been established between Stone Creek North and Marks Development. A recent phone call to Northern Lakes Fire Department revealed they have not approved the project.The storm water design does not conform to Hayden Code 8-3-5B and channels surface water off site onto the adjacent Bear Creek, Stone Creek and Rocking R neighborhoods. Over 40 existing residents along the creek are threatened by erosion and sediment laden polluted waters.List of House Standing Committees (https://legislature.idaho.gov/committees/housecommittees/) Appropriations Committee, Daily, am Business Committee, Odd Days, 1:30 pm Environment, Energy, and Technology Committee, Even Days, 1:30 pm Ethics Committee, On Call, pm House Agricultural Affairs Committee, Even Days, 1:30 pm House Commerce and Human Resources Committee, Odd Days, 1:30 pm House Education Committee, Daily, 9:00 am House Health and Welfare Committee, Daily, 9:00 am House State Affairs Committee, Daily, 9:00 am Judiciary, Rules, and Administration Committee, Odd Days, 1:30 pm Local Government Committee, Even Days, 1:30 pm Resources and Conservation Committee, Odd Days, 1:30 pm Revenue and Taxation Committee, Daily, 9:00 am Transportation and Defense Committee, Even Days, 1:30 pm Ways and Means Committee, On Call, pm List of Senate Standing Committees (https://legislature.idaho.gov/committees/senatecommittees/) Finance Committee, Daily, 8:00 am Judiciary and Rules Committee, M, W, F, 1:30 pm Local Government and Taxation Committee, T, W, Th, 3:00 pm Resources and Environment Committee, M, W, F, 1:30 pm Senate Agricultural Affairs Committee, T, Th, 8:00 am Senate Commerce and Human Resources Committee, T, Th, 1:30 pm Senate Education Committee, M, T, W, Th, 3:00 pm Senate Health and Welfare Committee, M, T, W, Th, 3:00 pm Senate State Affairs Committee, M, W, F, 8:00 am Transportation Committee, T, Th, 1:30 pm Do you live in a small Idaho city (less than 3,000)?  Ed would like your help compiling statements of what makes Idaho unique…what makes Idaho, Idaho?  Please call Ed at (208) 209-7170 or email hello@idahospeaks.com and consider being a guest on the program.  Interviews happen over the phone.  If you are not comfortable talking on the program, then you can email your comments and Ed can read them on the podcast.SponsorDerek at Consumer Credit Auditors can fix your credit score and help you save money with lower interest rates.  Call (208) 601-6069.  Visit consumercreditauditors.com for more information.Idaho Speaks needs your help!  Sponsors are helping support program operations by helping us pay for the costs of running an internet radio program.  Please help us by supporting our sponsors.  You can see a list of sponsors on our website when checking out episode show notes.  If your business would like to be featured along with podcast content, please call Ed at (208) 209-7170.  We have very affordable sponsor packages that is small business budget friendly.

Visionary Jewels Podcast
Vision is Seeing What Others Cannot

Visionary Jewels Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 13:50


Hello Ladies and welcome back! Happy New Year! That's right it's still the New Year and we're in a New Month! Tell me what is the first thing that comes to mind for you as we arrive at the New Year. If your anything like me and well the rest of the world, as a society we tend to look to the New Year as a clean slate. New opportunities and a chance to make some dreams reality. I'm no stranger to this! It was in the New Year that Visionary Jewels became a vision that was gifted and then manifested into what it is today. How many of you have a tradition of creating vision boards, journaling, affirming, and setting intentions. I started a new tradition about 3 years ago at the start of the 2021 New Year of taking the time to myself during New Years Eve to journal into the New Year crafting my visions and setting intentions. I'd start in a celebration of gratitude and self-reflection, fix me a nice charcuterie board and some wine. Put on some nice music, light my candles, set the mood, create a vibe, and I sit down and I'd be intentional in drafting the life I envisioned for myself. My vision for myself others cannot see. It's mine, it's sacred, and it's holy and I know that that vision, or any vision,  once it's discovered, aligned with purpose, and driven with passion then and only then will others be able to see it as clearly as I when I first received it. What does this mean? It means that there is a reason that you receive the vision alone and the process to make it come to fruition is a lonely one. There is work to be done in healing and self-discovery while the vision is being manifested because to harness the vision you've envision it asks for a level of self-awareness, confidence, and wholeness to come to the table. No one can do this work for you. It is yours! If you haven't already created a journal to assist you in writing the vision down and manifesting it for yourself. Logging your healing, habits, and thoughts. It's not too late and now's the time! I created an intentional Visionary Gratitude Planner to assist you in monthly and daily gratitude prompts, as well as tracking your daily priorities, to do lists, and hourly schedule. I have also included some affirmation offerings to you at the start of each quarter to hone in on your self-reflection while in alignment with the Visionary Pillars which are healing, self-discovery, purpose, and passion. It is available now and for free on my website. So, head on over to  https://visionaryjewels.squarespace.com/vj-gratitude-planner and grab your copy of the this free digital planner today!Let's not miss a chance to connect as women and let it be beautiful! Social Media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/visionaryjewelsllc/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/visionaryjewelsllcSubscribe with your email to be alerted when a new episode is released.Website: http://visionaryjewelsllc.comEmail: podcast@visionaryjewelsllc.com Make sure to Follow, Like, and Subscribe on your podcast platform of choice.  Please take the time to rate and review Visionary Jewels Podcast wherever you listen in! This helps us grow our Visionary Jewels Community and share our vision. 

Habitat Podcast
Habitat Podcast #210 - Sam Tumberg - Top 5 Winter Habitat Practices, MN Big Buck, Hinge Cutting, Switchgrass, Thermal Cover, Winter Food & Edge Feathering

Habitat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 96:02


Habitat Podcast #210 - Sam joins Jared Van Hees and Brian Halbleib to discuss all things Winter Habitat Improvement! This was a great conversation and we could have kept going. We covered, in depth, the following: Top 5 Winter Habitat Practices, MN Big Buck Story, Hinge Cutting - Northerner's vs. Southerner's view on hinge cutting. How to fix hinge cutting mistakes, Switchgrass in the North and different varieties, Thermal Cover - Creating a deer yarding area, Winter Food Plots, Edge Feathering & more! ----------------------------------------------- LAND PLAN Property Consultations – HP Land Plans: LAND PLANS Leave us a review for a FREE DECAL - https://apple.co/2uhoqOO FIRST LITE --> https://bit.ly/3EDbG6P Vitalize Seed GIFT CARDS--> https://bit.ly/vitalizeseed Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX $25 off with code: HPC25 Morse Nursery Tree Dealer Pricing – info@habitatpodcast.com Legendary Forest Products (Forestry and Logging) - https://bit.ly/LegendaryFPs Afflictor Broadheads - https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH "BF20" --- 20% off at checkout YOUTUBE - Habitat Podcast Email us: info@habitatpodcast.com Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees 10% off w/code: HABITAT10 Michigan Whitetail Pursuit - http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Endless Horizons Archery (all of your archery needs) - https://bit.ly/3QBVNRl Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Whitetail Landscapes - Hunting & Habitat Management
Scouting, Logging Work, Equipment and Hot Design Tricks

Whitetail Landscapes - Hunting & Habitat Management

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 34:30


In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Todd Shippee (Empire Land Management), discuss post season scouting. Todd discusses logging operations on client properties and difficulties of getting. Jon discusses the differences in logging versus habitat work.Todd explains his client's success and related strategies that have helped find success. Todd explains post logging tricks that can support changes to help increase deer interest. Todd and Jon discuss how to promote red and white oaks on the landscape, through acorn emplacement. Todd explains how to promote red oiser and silky dogwoods across your property. Todd explains opportunities to promote plums to create dense thickets.Todd details his latest tractor he is using in the field. Todd explains why he upgraded his tractor and what features he believes are convenient that should be considered for field work. Todd and Jon discuss the equipment they are using and the essential gear for land improvement. Jon explains what equipment not to buy.Todd explains how to create treestands out of box elder. Todd identifies other treestand tree options with hybrid popular, willows, etc. Jon explains tactics he uses to create better screens and options for tripod treestand. Todd and Jon discuss future podcasts and upcoming guests.Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more awesome content!Social Linkshttps://whitetaillandscapes.com/https://www.facebook.com/whitetaillandscapes/https://www.instagram.com/whitetail_landscapes/?hl=enEmpire Land Management (@empirelandmgmt) • Instagram photos and videosWhitetail Institute - Food Plots - Deer Food Plot Seeds - Soil Testing

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
Whitetail Landscapes - Scouting, Logging Work, Equipment and Hot Design Tricks

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 35:30


In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Todd Shippee (Empire Land Management), discuss post season scouting. Todd discusses logging operations on client properties and difficulties of getting. Jon discusses the differences in logging versus habitat work. Todd explains his client's success and related strategies that have helped find success. Todd explains post logging tricks that can support changes to help increase deer interest. Todd and Jon discuss how to promote red and white oaks on the landscape, through acorn emplacement. Todd explains how to promote red oiser and silky dogwoods across your property. Todd explains opportunities to promote plums to create dense thickets. Todd details his latest tractor he is using in the field. Todd explains why he upgraded his tractor and what features he believes are convenient that should be considered for field work. Todd and Jon discuss the equipment they are using and the essential gear for land improvement. Jon explains what equipment not to buy. Todd explains how to create treestands out of box elder. Todd identifies other treestand tree options with hybrid popular, willows, etc. Jon explains tactics he uses to create better screens and options for tripod treestand. Todd and Jon discuss future podcasts and upcoming guests. Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more awesome content! Social Links https://whitetaillandscapes.com/ https://www.facebook.com/whitetaillandscapes/ https://www.instagram.com/whitetail_landscapes/?hl=en Empire Land Management (@empirelandmgmt) • Instagram photos and videos Whitetail Institute - Food Plots - Deer Food Plot Seeds - Soil Testing Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Habitat Podcast
Habitat Podcast #209 - Jared Van Hees - ATA Tradeshow, 2022 Lessons Learned, 2023 Habitat Projects

Habitat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 43:29


Habitat Podcast #209 - Jared Van Hees talks about the ATA tradeshow and this past 2022 hunting season. He also goes into things learned from 2022 deer season. Access, hunting trips, warm weather, blinds for kids, etc. He covers the new Northern 70 aka Belly of the Beast updates and 2023 habitat projects coming up! Thank you for listening. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Endless Horizons Archery (all of your archery needs) - https://bit.ly/3QBVNRl LAND PLAN Property Consultations – HP Land Plans: LAND PLANS FIRST LITE --> https://bit.ly/3EDbG6P Vitalize Seed GIFT CARDS--> https://bit.ly/vitalizeseed Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX $25 off with code: HPC25 Leave us a review for a FREE DECAL - https://apple.co/2uhoqOO Morse Nursery Tree Dealer Pricing – info@habitatpodcast.com Legendary Forest Products (Forestry and Logging) - https://bit.ly/LegendaryFPs Afflictor Broadheads - https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH "BF20" --- 20% off at checkout YOUTUBE - Habitat Podcast Email us: info@habitatpodcast.com Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees 10% off w/code: HABITAT10 Michigan Whitetail Pursuit - http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Modern CFO
Making Business Banking Frictionless with Jeremy Klaperman of Rho

The Modern CFO

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 40:22


Many small and medium-sized businesses in the country rely on a disparate range of financial services to help manage their accounts, expenses, and payments. Unfortunately, this system lends itself to time-consuming processes and inefficiencies that get in the way of growth.That's why Rho is integrating all the financial services businesses need into one easy platform. With Rho, finance teams can view everything in one spot, scrap inefficient processes, and focus on driving value and growth.In today's episode of The Modern CFO, host Andrew Seski talks with Rho CFO Jeremy Klaperman about how to 1) organize information systems, 2) build out an integrated data infrastructure from day one, and 3) embrace cultures of integrity from the CFO position. With decades of experience at elite financial organizations such as Goldman Sachs, D.E. Shaw, and Citadel, Jeremy expertly navigates his role as Chief Financial Officer.Show Links Check out Rho Follow Rho on LinkedIn Connect with Jeremy Klaperman on LinkedIn Check out Nth Round Connect with Andrew Seski on LinkedIn TranscriptPlease note that the transcript is AI-generated and may contain errors. The content in the podcast is not intended as investment advice, and is meant for informational and entertainment purposes only.[00:00:00] Andrew Seski: Hello, everyone. Welcome back to another episode of The Modern CFO Podcast. As always, I'm your host, Andrew Seski. Today, I'm thrilled to be joined by Jeremy Klaperman, CFO of Rho. Jeremy, thank you so much for joining me today. I'm excited to talk. [00:00:23] Jeremy Klaperman: Thanks so much for having me. Really excited to be here. [00:00:26] Andrew Seski: So, Jeremy, you've spent most of your career across some of the most storied investment firms, from Goldman to D. E. Shaw to Citadel. But this is your first foray into the CFO role. I'd love to hear a little bit about what it's been like over the last six months crossing this chasm. [00:00:45] Jeremy Klaperman: It's been great. It's something that I've been looking forward to doing and planning for a while. And I think of my 20 years in investment banking and investment management as training for this because I either advised or invested in companies from all regions, from all industries, many different market cycles, whether it's the original tech bubble burst of the early 2000s to the global financial crisis to COVID. And I've had so many reps speaking with CFOs and CEOs. I've built up a great playbook of what I think best practices are and also pitfalls to avoid from everything from high level strategy to accounting to operations. And what I try to do with that is bring that to bear in my current role. And so, I view the last 20 years as kind of giving me the best practices and building up to what I'm doing now.[00:01:40] Andrew Seski: So, can you tell us what Rho is and what the future of frictionless finance means to you? [00:01:47] Jeremy Klaperman: Absolutely. So, Rho provides a wide range of financial services as well as spend management software to small and medium businesses. And a lot of our clients, almost all the small and medium businesses in the country have a disparate range of providers currently that give them all these things. They might have a bank, a credit card company, an investment firm that helps them manage their treasury and their cash. They might even have a FX transfer provider if they do a lot of international business. So, they could have two, three, or four providers of financial services. Increasingly, companies are using software on the spend management side for things like tracking expenses or automating bill pay and accounts payable. So, they could have one, two, three providers on the software side. They have all these disparate systems that don't work well, don't talk to each other, and it creates a lot of manual processes, errors, inefficiency. And the finance teams end up spending a huge amount of time just trying to do basic tasks rather than controlling their finances well, gaining strategic insights, running the business. So, what we do is we take out the entire stack on the financial side and the software side with one integrated all-in-one solution that's very easy to use and the entire finance team can centrally control and command the finances. [00:03:10] Andrew Seski: So, was this something that was important to you prior to joining? Were these inefficiencies something that you were able to identify, you know, on the other side of the table as an investor as well?[00:03:20] Jeremy Klaperman: Well, you can often identify the output or the symptoms of these, which is you're speaking to a CFO or CEO, you ask them what a key question is on the business, and they don't clearly have at their fingertips what you would think would be an important insight or just an important piece of knowledge. And that often comes from the data and the systems in the company not being well configured. So, having your key financial services and software services all-in-one integrated solution is one step, but not the only step you need to provide your management with the right information to run the business well.[00:03:57] Andrew Seski: So, I wanna talk a little bit about, you know, using some of these tools yourself as a CFO for the first time now and sort of what that foray looks like. I am so lucky to have a really, really unique subset and cohort of guests on the show. Some come from banking. Some come from, you know, Big Four and audit. Some, you know, were in the Navy or the military. And it's really interesting to see, you know, kind of a career progression that lands somebody in this financial leadership role. And would love to discuss, you know, you said your entire career was basically training for this opportunity. Did you always see it that way? Or is this new role something that you took a long time to consider, kinda a different risk profile and really different environment? Or has it been kind of a natural progression of your career? [00:04:46] Jeremy Klaperman: Over the last decade, I've become more and more interested in it. At least for me, when I graduated from school, I didn't know exactly what I wanted to be. I knew the kind of skills I wanted to learn and what I enjoyed doing, so I went down this path. And I think it's, after working with companies for so long, what I wanna do was not be an outsider or an advisor or an investor for a portfolio, but really get in on the inside; have a portfolio of one company where I'm on the team that's driving the growth, creating the value. So, it was really a natural evolution over the last 10 years where I determined that this is what I want to do.[00:05:20] Andrew Seski: I'm curious to know if you have kind of a definition of what you'd consider a modern CFO. I think everyone is really interested in general in some of the firms that you've worked at. I mean, they're, you know, the household names of Citadel or Goldman. It must be really interesting to have some of those unique experiences and learning from some of the brightest, you know, financial minds, you know, on the planet. So, kinda curious to see if you've got anything — you mentioned being able to put together a playbook of pitfalls to avoid or, you know, things that are more aspirational as maybe some leadership skills. But, yeah. Curious if you've got a definition of a modern CFO and maybe some of those unique lessons that you've learned over the years.[00:05:57] Jeremy Klaperman: Absolutely. Well, first I do feel very fortunate for having been able to work at these places and learn from all the brilliant people there. And in addition, I had another component of learning, which is being able to speak with the CEOs and CFOs of many successful companies and learning how they think about all the things that a CFO would. So, when I think of the modern CFO, I think of using data and analysis holistically to make better decisions, data-driven decisions, that will improve outcomes for the business. The CFO that you think of as the classic CFO in the sixties or seventies just reported the numbers. They had an accounting system. They told you at the end of the month or the quarter what happened. But the modern CFO tells you not only what's going to happen, which is a capability focused on really with the rise of FP&A in the last 20 years, but what we want to happen and how we're going to make it happen. Or at least they have a voice in that discussion. And I view the CFO as a curator of not just financial information but operating information — all data in an integrated way — providing it to all the leaders of the business and having conversations with everyone on what is this data telling us. What are we doing well that we could do more of? What are we doing badly that we need to do better? And if you're, you know, the greatest companies in my experience are ones that are always reviewing the data, monitoring and analyzing everything, and then using it to make better decisions and drive better outcomes. That's something that I've observed in all the companies I've had the good fortune of interacting with. But also really, really seeing that at work well at the firms that I've worked at. Goldman Sachs, the Citadel are excellent at monitoring, measuring, analyzing, and using the data to drive outcomes. [00:07:51] Andrew Seski: That's excellent. That's really helpful. I'm curious as to — I get really different responses on some of the many hats that CFOs are wearing these days, whether it's, you know, a unique function in HR trying to acquire the right talent in this kind of unique market environment where there's a lot of churn or if it's how difficult fundraising can be. I'm kind of curious in your first six months here. Have there been any surprises of hats that you've maybe you've put on for the very first time, like I mentioned, you know, finding talent and maybe actively raising and doing all of these kind of, you know, disparate tasks or maybe even just managing a relationship with, you know, your board and your CEO? Have there been any major surprises or anything that you are happy to continue to kind of nurture the skillset of for the first time? [00:08:37] Jeremy Klaperman: I'd say no major surprises, but you've hit on one of the characteristics of the CFO job that appeals to me, which is that it's a multidisciplinary role. That's why you have people coming into it from all those different backgrounds you mentioned before that are successful. And it also varies greatly depending on what company you're at. It's very heterogeneous. The CFO of one company could be completely different than another. And so, I think the ability to wear all these hats without them all falling off your head is key to being a good CFO. And I'm fortunate here because I have a broad-based role. So, not only accounting and FP&A, but also providing data overall; getting involved in discussions with our investors and capital partners in all aspects of the business. And it's just been a great experience. So, when I think of all the CFO roles that are out there in the market, I feel fortunate to have this one at this company.[00:09:36] Andrew Seski: Very cool. I wanna dive into some of the things that are happening right now to kind of, you know, timestamp this podcast into history. I think we've kind of shifted over, and correct me if you've got a different vantage point, but at least in the venture-backed world just recently kind of gone from growth at all costs to, you know, maybe being a little bit more conservative in runway and maybe thinking with maybe a bit more long term of a view. And I'm curious as to what you're thinking about in 2023 in terms of strategic growth and how you're thinking about investing Rho's assets and kind of how you're thinking about scaling just in kind of a unique market environment where it feels, you know, somewhat volatile and maybe has, you know, some rising interest rates. But just given your probably ability over your decades of investing, just having a really good understanding of what growth looks like in consideration of a lot of macro-economic and global and geopolitical instability as well. [00:10:34] Jeremy Klaperman: All good questions. We are fortunate here in that our product, the demand for it is relatively acyclical. So, a product that helps you save money, boost income, better control your finances, is in demand as much during bad times, if not more than good times. I think actually what we're seeing is that people like our product equally, whether in good times or bad times. So, the demand function is somewhat acyclical. So, our growth engine, therefore, is much more within our control as opposed to a kind of demand-taker based on the current market environment. And in fact, our growth has been accelerating. So, we are looking forward to the coming year. And just like everyone in the market, we are balancing growth with burn and capital availability. And I think what I've seen successful companies do and successful investors do is be aware of cycles. At different points in time, growth at all costs and infinite burn will be acceptable. And then at other times, the pendulum will swing to the other side. And so, from a planning perspective, what we try to do is consider paths that we can adjust and will be effective in all environments. And more generally, when we're considering things, don't only focus on a discrete outcome. Rather, consider a range of outcomes. Consider in advance what would happen if this external factor moved or this market-based factor moved or demand was different, etc. And then come up with a plan in advance. So, we'll never be surprised. We should never just focus on one particular outcome and have one particular set of assumptions and then be shocked when the world changes. I think that's another thing from my background that's helped a lot. I've seen, you know, massive swings in just the space of a year between, you know, a company with tens of billions of dollars and one going bankrupt when, you know, when the Minsky moment occurs. So, just keeping in mind that things can change drastically and being able to have plan or plans for all different weather environments is something important to us. [00:12:39] Andrew Seski: Yeah. It sounds like you've got a really healthy consideration for market cycles. I think that's really important as you're, you know, we're all at the end of the year here, and we're all planning and in planning mode, so I think it's a healthy thing to have in the back of all of our minds. One of the themes I want to touch on is communication and transparency in your — I think there's kind of this stereotype of CFOs who get to, you know, hide behind Excel. And, you know, we're on a podcast right now and the role of a CFO has to be, you know, the financial leader in the kind of the face of the finance team. And I'm kind of curious as to, you know, the — and we could probably tie it into how Rho probably creates some more transparency around, you know, consolidated data, too, which is probably helpful for communicating with investors in general. But really curious to hear how you think about communication in your role and, you know, what the goal is of transparency with the rest of the team to communicate the decisions and those strategies and that breadth of, you know, potential outcomes.[00:13:36] Jeremy Klaperman: Those are great points. I think that we can observe in many successful companies the characteristics of integrity, excellence, transparency, both in terms of internal communications as well as external with investors. And those, not surprisingly, are highly correlated to and always go hand-in-hand with excellent operational and financial performance, almost always. You can have — what we also sometimes observe is a company that doesn't have those things but is in the right place at the right time and it's really hot and it catches a wave, but then when the tide goes out, if you don't have those core principles and modes of operation, then everything falls apart. We can always, we kind of see those scattered across the corporate graveyard. [00:14:23] One reason I like this company is the founders and the company, more generally, really operate with those principles of excellence, integrity, and transparency. So, the company in my mind was really in the top decile for its size, scale, and age in terms of those characteristics and other characteristics. And I could come in and build on that rather than cleaning up a mess, to use the colloquial terms that some of my counterparts use in other situations. So, I really love that aspect. And what the founders talk about here, they actually lay out specific qualities, characteristics that they want people's behavior and interaction to have. And they use it in all different ways. So, when you're giving feedback to someone, like, great job on this project, people often list like, hey, you embodied characteristic a, b, and c from our principles. I always loved the principled approach and focus the team on integrity, excellence, best practices, but they had a better implementation of it here. They had a way of kind of getting it out and having everyone do it day in and day out if in your communications, if you're doing a large task or a small task and it's been great internally. Externally, what we do is try to overcommunicate with very clear disclosure. And again, just in the last 20 years, I so often see companies that have excellent disclosure often have excellent performance 'cause it's kind of like a sign of their internal logic or thinking. If you can explain something really clearly, it means you've thought it through. You understand it well. And that's the analogy I see in companies' corporate disclosure. So, what we — we have great investors, we're thrilled to have them and an excellent relationship with them. And part of that is getting all this data in front of them regularly in an efficient way very transparently and that I think is, again, a key aspect of the function.[00:16:18] Andrew Seski: Yeah, I completely understand. I think that overcommunicating and being really concise with those communications, it not only creates a better bond of trust, but also can, you know, maybe even create more patient capital if there are CFOs listening about, you know, concerned a little bit about burn. I think overcommunicating creates a little bit more patience just because you don't have to pick up the phone and call a CFO wondering, you know, where financials are or what's the latest at the firm. So, I think that's a really, really good point and probably increasingly important as, you know, if the markets were to start to melt down a bit as everyone thinks about their valuations and fundraising in a tricky environment. [00:16:57] I did want to kind of cover an idea around some of the positive externalities it sounds like Rho can provide as well. So, I'm thinking about, we're talking about transparency and communication. When you have all these disparate systems, it must be pretty difficult to be accurate in reporting in some of these data and all the spend management if it's across all these different systems. It could probably be a pretty onerous task to be able to communicate what's going on. Are there other positive externalities that maybe aren't as clear that you've seen that companies have been, you know, some of your clients are working with have kind of realized?[00:17:33] Jeremy Klaperman: I think one of the benefits is, as you say, if you have a simple all-in-one platform that allows you to view everything in one spot, you then obviously will have a better understanding of the information and can further communicate it or using it for your own analysis. But the other thing we provide is the ability to automate your workflows and remove all these manual processes, which require a lot of time or inefficiency or create a lot of error, and have a very efficient, high-quality process. So, whatever you were doing before, whether it's, you know, collecting employee receipts or paying your bills or monitoring credit card usage, you can cut the amount of time you're spending on that depending on what you're doing by, you know, 90%. And that is a huge gain because then you can use that time instead of, you know, running around chasing receipts and opening up, you know, four different websites from different companies to try to figure out what's going on to drive value in the business. What, where are we off budget? Where are we ahead of budget? What adjustments should we make? That's where we want the team spending the time. You don't want them emailing people to ask for, you know, receipts from lunch two weeks ago.[00:18:36] Andrew Seski: Right. And then you're kind of hitting on the point of how you define a modern CFO who can, you know, be more strategic, be more forward-looking than backwards-reporting. It seems like a lot of this is a, part of this role is being, you know, slowly automated. And if you can put all of that into the same platform, you can focus on where you can actually have the most amount of leverage and, you know, impact. [00:18:58] Jeremy Klaperman: You're right. You know, if I was going into a new company, the first thing I wanna do is organize the information systems. Make them all consistent and easily accessible in an automated self-serve manner. That means whoever should get some piece of information can get it by themselves when they want at any time in some simple manner. I pull it up on your, you know, business intelligence tool or whatever website is relevant. So, our software and our platform in terms of financial services and spend management would be the first thing I would do. That's a very easy decision to make. How you build out a data warehouse and data infrastructure outside of that is very, is an art just as much of a science and is very company-specific. And that is a whole undertaking. But just getting your stack of financial and spend management software providers, you know, taking out eight providers, putting in one, that's an easy thing to do off the bat. [00:19:51] Andrew Seski: So, I wanna segue a little bit. I feel like I don't normally have the opportunity to ask 'cause I've only had a handful of first-time CFOs on the show. But maybe for some of the, you know, people thinking about, you know, aspiring into the role, how did you actually go and meet the founders? I mean, for somebody who's evaluated probably tens of thousands of companies over decades, you know, what was the thing that was really exciting and how did you get in touch with the founders for the first time? I feel like that piece of the story is always really interesting and maybe a little bit nerve-racking for people considering it for the first time.[00:20:24] Jeremy Klaperman: Absolutely. So, what I tried to do was just run a very thorough, systematic process where I reached out to all my contacts, you know, former colleagues, friends from school, people I had met in business and learned about potential opportunities. And I wanted to spend more time rather than less and meet many more companies rather than fewer. So, literally had hundreds of conversations with many different companies. Often, I would know personally some of the people involved — maybe a founder, maybe someone who works there. And that's important to me because I don't only wanna work at a place with a successful business, but also a place with the right culture and personalities and character, which gets back to the principles we had talked about before. So, I feel like I'm very lucky because in the case of Rho, I had known one of the founders for 15 years from the financial industry and I knew that he was a very high-integrity standup person. And as I learned more and more about the company, I saw that he, you know, it often comes from the top-down. So, I saw that the way he thinks about things is the way that he infused the culture here and that's how it's working. So, I feel like if like you consider the two-by-two matrix of successful business and great culture, I feel I got very lucky 'cause we are in the top-right quadrant for both of those. And it's very fortunate. [00:21:47] Andrew Seski: Yeah, I really appreciate that. That's awesome. I feel like those who are trying to consider making the leap, you know, maybe they don't have the right school ties or think that their background may not be relevant. But it sounds like your kind of systematic approach to talking to as many people as possible was really, really valuable and you landed kind of exactly where you wanted to, which is a great story.[00:22:08] Jeremy Klaperman: The one advice I give people is some people have an approach of reviewing some number of opportunities and if they don't work out, then get some more in the hopper. But that won't lead you to necessarily find the best one in the whole universe of opportunities. You wanna get everything in there possible and consider it all for a long period of time and then you'll be able to find the best one if you just have like the all-in parallel. If you do like an incremental or serial approach, you might take one of the first 10 you get, but you'll never get till, you know, 120 on the list, which might be awesome, so. [00:22:43] Andrew Seski: That's really good advice. That's a really practical way to think about it, too. I'm curious if there's anything — I really like kind of breaking up some of these episodes with talking about big ideas of things that you may feel underestimated in the world or, you know, we're in a really interesting medium, too. I think podcasting is pretty fun for, you know, having long-form conversations. So, always curious to know what CFOs are reading, what they're listening to. I still am a classic Wall Street Journal person and love my podcast and all of that. But always interesting to know what kind of information and what resources are out there that CFOs are reading and listening to and kind of what, you know, what's informing their opinion in what's kind of underestimated in the world today.[00:23:24] Jeremy Klaperman: The thing I think about most is the role of increasing sophistication of automation. Artificial intelligence is one example of that, probably on the more sophisticated end. But just the increasing sophistication of automation is it can be applied to our everyday tasks or what we're focused on as CFOs. So, one very tangible trend or theme in this area is 10 years ago, everyone's model for forecast in the business was in Excel for small and medium businesses. And increasingly, there's purpose-built software that will do that for you and automates a lot of tasks. So, when you do your monthly close, instead of you or the FP&A person typing in all the numbers for the most recent month of the Excel model, there are tools that will populate that all and do all the monthly updates for you and tools that will configure your or speak to your payroll provider, your HR software, your recruiting software. So, everything's completely integrated, which is really just something that's happened in the last few years. And that's not even the cutting edge of it. That's really just gluing together some existing technologies that aren't very sophisticated to make your life easier. And then you have things like GPT-3 for which the implications I think are still quite unknown, but you can just see how applying that to certain areas of your business could have tremendous impact. And so, in some ways, the finance I think the finance field has not fully embraced or remotely embraced a lot of the technological advances that we are seeing in other areas. It's still quite backwards in many ways. [00:25:01] Andrew Seski: That's right. I always laugh at the idea of the image of Atlas holding up the world. And I always think of Excel holding up the world of the finance in that way, which, you know, CFOs tend to love their spreadsheets, so completely understand. But it's pretty exciting. I think we're at a really important crux of technology. It seems like Rho is sitting right at that intersection, which is really exciting.[00:25:23] Jeremy Klaperman: Yeah, I mean, Excel has a lot of positive qualities. We love it. There will always be a place for it. But there's so many additional capabilities you can add on or supplement with that. [00:25:33] Andrew Seski: Totally. I'm curious, as a CFO I think a lot of the finance team looks to you for direction. I'm curious at some of the characteristics — sounds like the founders have really strong core values. As you are getting situated, do you still talk to mentors from previous firms or who do you look to when you're looking for advice and, you know, some of the maybe just maybe other CFOs or other mentors from the past to kind of guide through some of these transitions? Because it's obviously you're very well qualified for your role today, but it's definitely a transition still, right? So. [00:26:11] Jeremy Klaperman: I think that the CFO role and all my roles are always a progression where there's always more you can be doing; more you can be learning. So, every morning when I wake up, I think, what don't I know? I'm always thinking about what I don't know, what I'm doing badly, how can I learn, how can I try to improve it. I'm always more worried about what I could fall behind on or not do well. And so, what I do to consider that more in addition to just assessing it myself is I ask the same question: What makes an excellent CFO? Tell me some of the characteristics that you've seen in the CFOs you've dealt with that make an excellent CFO. And I've asked this of all the CEOs and CFOs I've met with for many years now. And if I meet someone from a venture capital firm or private equity firm, I ask them that. If I meet so another CFO or a controller or an FP&A person, I ask them that. And I just love polling people on that because you're getting all these feedback from all these different sources, all of which have a good view on what makes a great CFO. And so, I don't just have a few mentors or people that I have a personal relationship that I rely on. I always like to be asking everyone. And one thing I do internally is I shoot a message out every three months, not only to my own team, but to the rest of the company, saying, "What can I do a better job on? What can the finance team do a better job on?" Maybe it has nothing to do with me. What can the team do a better job on? And I just love always getting people's feedback and taking all the little pieces of it to build a mosaic that you can extract some insights from. [00:27:44] Andrew Seski: Yeah. It's funny that level of humility and openness to take feedback and have all that other opinion. It's funny, it probably has rocket-shift your learning and being able to fill in all of that blank space that would be just the unknown. So, that's a really interesting approach. I think it probably also kind of drives some really healthy culture internally because people know that you are accessible. And I don't know that that's always the case with the C-suite, especially as the firm gets bigger. [00:28:13] Jeremy Klaperman: It's funny you say that 'cause one, you know, like I have a diary where I write down what everyone told me, which sounds kind of silly, but, you know, you'll remember it at the time, but you might not remember something someone said to you eight years ago. So, it's funny to just go back over time and read all the advice. So, one piece of advice on that topic that I received was be very approachable. You want people to come to you. You don't want to be rude to them or reject the idea. So, I'm always concerned, not concerned, but I always want everyone to be able to come to me with whatever their ideas are. And if I say an idea and it's bad, I want everyone to reject it and tell me, "No, we should do it. We should do it that way instead." Again, I've observed that the best companies not the culture of some person who's, you know, been there for a while or has some title says something and then everyone, you know, hustles to do it. But rather, someone comes up with an idea and other people say, "Well, that's okay, but let's add on this" or, "No, that's not good. Let's do it that way." So, it's super important to me that everyone in the organization overrules me, counterargues with me, or just more generally always gives their opinion and and shares their ideas. And that way the best will bubble to the top.[00:29:23] Andrew Seski: And that's something that the world of finance takes super seriously as well. I know that Bridgewater, and I think maybe Citadel probably does too, the way that you evaluate decisions and communicate with your team is all highly measured. Is that where some of that stems from or just kind of really consistent across what you've viewed from successful companies?[00:29:43] Jeremy Klaperman: I've observed that at successful companies. And certainly, it's part of those firms that you mentioned. You know, Bridgewater is known for the radical transparency movement. But I think more generally when you're an investor, your hit rate isn't 100%. You have a lot of failures and flops. And maybe as a CFO you can do a great job on some high percentage of whatever you're working on. But as an investor, you'll have huge failures and flops. So, I've always found the best people study the flops more than the success. You would rather review with your team at the end of the year everything that went wrong than everything that went right. So, being an investor is a humbling profession because you're always surrounded by things that could have been done better, more so than other professions. What I've tried to do is always learn from all the mistakes. And if you asked me five years ago "What things do you look for in an investment?" or "What things make a great company?" or any important question, my response would've been influence or would've been the aggregate of all the observations I made over the previous 10 years. So, 15 years ago I thought this was a great idea or this was a great company or that was a good analysis. Then at some point, it went wrong. It wasn't perfect. Maybe it wasn't a financial crisis. Maybe it was, could be for any number of factors. So, by just the way you improve any complex system, you observe when it is making an error or something's going wrong, and then you tweak it, you add it, you augment it. My approach always tries to be the aggregation over time of all the feedback, correcting mistakes, improving what's good. I think that's quite prevalent in the investing area, maybe more so than in general corporate America, but the best companies often have that.[00:31:29] Andrew Seski: Yeah, absolutely. That's a really interesting point. I appreciate that perspective a lot. I wanna spend a minute kind of zooming out and thinking about, well, we're very end of the year here. Well, for me, a couple weeks of selling left here at Nth, but really curious as to what you're looking forward to in 2023. What's really exciting? Maybe even, you know, just in the next 12 months, what's top of mind right now?[00:31:51] Jeremy Klaperman: I think the thing we're most passionate at Rho is helping our clients better control and command their finances. So, we have a ton of cool features we rolled out in the last few months. We have a ton more shipping in the coming months. And I'm just excited to hear the feedback of everyone implementing these. I think the favorite thing of people here is when we get a quote from the client, like, oh, you know, we cut down our monthly close by a week or, oh, we, you know, we saved 40 hours because of this or, oh, we finally know how to control this spend for this reason. We love that and we're just trying to do it more and more with all the new things we're shipping. And so, I'm looking forward to hearing the output from that. [00:32:29] Andrew Seski: Yeah, that's always really, client feedback is so much fun, so valuable. Yeah, it's gonna be an exciting year for Rho, I'm sure. So, is the team starting to take form? So, how many employees are there now?[00:32:40] Jeremy Klaperman: We have about 215. [00:32:42] Andrew Seski: Wow. Okay. That's awesome. And the company's only been around for — [00:32:46] Jeremy Klaperman: Five years. [00:32:47] Andrew Seski: Five years. Got it. And is this space is fairly competitive, right? I'm kind of curious as to what are some of the defining, are you tackling a certain subset of the market that's still being underserved? Or how do you think about competition in the next year?[00:33:06] Jeremy Klaperman: Well, from our perspective, we provide a very wide range of both financial services and spend management software. So, while we have competitors for any particular feature or product — you know, for example, a well-known credit card company would be a competitor for our credit card; well-known expense management software company would be a competitor for that component of our software — there's no competitor we think that provides the entire range of everything like we do. There are certainly companies that do one or two financial products and maybe a software product, maybe do a software and one financial product. There's different combos here and there, but we think that we really provide the whole spectrum of what the overwhelming majority of small and medium businesses need. The other thing is we're purpose-built for the small and medium businesses in this country. Some companies target enterprise, S&P 500, you know, super large companies or multinational companies. We are really designed for those small and medium businesses, of which there are a few hundred thousand that are the core of business in our country. So, we have this huge market that we think we provide the comprehensive solution for. [00:34:17] Andrew Seski: Got it. That's really helpful. That provides a lot of color for, I think, how people can think about where Rho sits. That's awesome. I really appreciate that. I think we should probably spend just a minute. I'm kind of curious still on in your decades of investing and you've traveled extensively and we're just talking about, you know, purpose-built for US small and medium-sized businesses. I'm kinda curious just to hear a little bit about your background just in travel and experiencing, you know, whether or not Rho's gonna go into more merging or global markets. The world of frictionless payments I think is going to increasingly become more global and it might be fun to hear about, you know, early days of traveling to Asia or anything that you'd like to share. [00:34:59] Jeremy Klaperman: Sure. Well, from my background, I was really fortunate to not only get jobs at great companies, but also work in interesting areas. And when I was growing up, when I was in middle school and high school, I always wanted to not just live around the world, but work around the world. So, not be a traveler, but work in business in the different regions. So, I spent about half of my time, about 10 years, living in Asia and/or Europe. And I've been fortunate enough to work or live in many of those different countries and have companies or clients in many of those different countries. So, all the major companies of Asia and Europe. And it's been, again, great for my education because I saw what the best companies in Asia do, what the best companies in Europe do, etc. For Rho, we feel our market is so big focusing solely on these hundreds of thousands of US small and medium businesses, we don't have any overseas aspirations at the moment. We just feel like it's, we're at the tip of the iceberg for our home, our core market. We have such a small amount of share. It's unlikely that we would look overseas, at least in the near term.[00:36:04] Andrew Seski: Got it. Yeah, it's just really fun to hear that there's so much opportunity because it just means that the American dream and entrepreneurial spirit is still very much alive if there's, you know, that huge addressable market here. So, I'm sure that's gonna be fun for some of the feedback that you're gonna hear just in being supportive of entrepreneurs. So, you get to do that by coming in, you know, serving as a CFO, but also actually supporting these small businesses where, you know, maybe these tools would be more institutional grade and maybe less accessible., But now just having the kind of ease of spread of the technology, it's gonna be really valuable and hopefully, you know, continues to support, you know, the backbone of the country.[00:36:41] Jeremy Klaperman: We hope and look forward to that. So, that's a great way of saying it. And, you know, if you think about, five years ago, if you had laid out this plan to build what they've built here, which I'm kind of the beneficiary of having joined this year, it would be a very ambitious plan to build almost all the financial services that a middle-market company uses, almost all of the spend management software in one offering. There are many companies that built just one of those pillars that took several years and they've built the whole thing in five years. And just getting that right in the US was an ambitious and impressive undertaking. Adding additional countries or expanding is a whole another level of complexity. So, we really wanna take this platform that they've built over the last five years, which is really right for the US, and maximize its full potential here. [00:37:28] Andrew Seski: So, I guess the last question I have on Rho probably just the onus to get it started. What was the founders' kind of dream when they first got this idea and went out and raised capital for it?[00:37:42] Jeremy Klaperman: I don't wanna speak for them, but I think their thought was there's, they looked at areas where technology still hasn't had its impact or there was still a lot of disruption to be had or efficiencies to be gained; places where there's still a lot of friction or pain points but also had a huge market. And having reviewed all, you know, the intersection, if you think about the Venn diagram of these two things, they came up with middle-market finances, financial services, and financial management. That was a huge area that, as we've discussed before, was really behind, really backwards. Logging onto different websites, chasing pieces of paper around, you know, sending checks to the mail all day. Same thing. Other than the use of websites from your bank, you know, nothing's changed in decades. So, they thought, here's an area where we can use technology to make significant improvements, reduce all the pain points for the customer. But there's hundreds of thousands of customers. And that is generally a great thing to look at for FinTech companies. It's something that not only has a great market, but also has a great value proposition for the customer and then also has great unit economics or really makes sense for the people who are providing that service as us.[00:38:54] Andrew Seski: Yeah, I love that. 'Cause there's, it's also probably relatively easy to measure the impact of time saved and money saved, and I think that's really, really valuable. Since we talked about accessibility and being able to be able to contact you, is there any way for people to reach out maybe via LinkedIn or how should people go and learn more about Rho themselves or if it's a good fit for them? [00:39:18] Jeremy Klaperman: Absolutely. Well, they should follow Rho on all social platforms. LinkedIn, we're very active. And they're welcome to reach out to the Rho page on LinkedIn and/or me as well. Would love to have them follow us. [00:39:31] Andrew Seski: Awesome. Well, Jeremy, I have loved speaking today. I'm excited to circle back soon because I know Rho's gonna continue to expand and really appreciate all of your time today.[00:39:40] Jeremy Klaperman: We really appreciate you having us on it. On behalf of everyone from the company, we were super excited when we found out I was invited to join and I'm here on behalf of everyone at the company who's made this dream happen. So, thank you to all them and thank you to you for having us today. We really appreciate it.[00:39:54] Andrew Seski: Excellent. This has been another episode of The Modern CFO Podcast with Jeremy Klaperman. Thanks again.

Makers of Maine
The Mallett Brothers Band Takes Historic Logging Shanties & Make It There Own

Makers of Maine

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 42:47


"We probably owe it to the Portland music scene as an entity, mostly, you know, we all knew each other. It's a tight, tight-knit scene. It's a very supportive scene. There were a lot of great clubs that we all knew when we were getting started and we'd all been playing in the clubs and working in the clubs and spending every free second in places like Big Easy. So the scene was a great place to pull from. So when we started, we ended one project and we started writing songs. Me and Will and Nick, originally on our, on our couch with me and Nick were roommates. Within like a couple of weeks, Nick kind of took it upon himself. He was the one who said, I'm gonna put a band together, and he started going out and talking to people. And we were playing shows in 2009. Our first you know, our first couple shows happened real fast. We had a bunch of songs, and we were kind of ready to go really fast," said Luke Mallett.The Mallett Brothers Band grew very fast when they started back in 2009. They have dabbled into many times of music including rock and roll and country but they will also have their own theme, their own style."I mean, I think it's kind of amorphous. And I think that maybe one thing about this band that I liked the most is our lack of like, real strict genre stylings. I think the music changes on the regular, I think it's like the songs never seem to stay the same for long, we spent so much time on stage. A lot of stuff happens on stage. So we can come in here and we can knock out a record but we make our living playing shows. And we you know, when we can be we're out on the road, like 200 days a year. So when you're on stage, stuff just happens. And sometimes it's for the better. And sometimes it's for the worst, but it's kind of we like to experiment, we'd like to change it up. I feel like every record has been a little bit different stylistically to notably show the Falling Of The Pine is kind of, I mean, we had, we had like a real kind of vision in an image of what we wanted those songs to sound like because they weren't our songs. We were trying to take traditional folk ideas and make them suit us and make them fit us. So it was, you know, it was a cool experiment in really sticking to the theme, I think," said Luke.The Falling of the Pine was quite the hit album as it brought out the band's true native roots -- the Maine woods."Luke and I grew up in the logging Maine rather than lobster Maine. You know, Brian's from Westbrook originally close to Portland and Nick, ocean guy, Andrews an ocean guy, but the thing was, was that all the loggers were they all lived or there's somebody lived to tell this tale about somebody dying. So all these songs are about somebody dying, whereas it was right there on the page where there wasn't really that way with the ocean," said Will.Tune in to learn more about the Mallett Brothers Band their history, style, shows, and the creation behind the Falling of the Pine.

Habitat Podcast
Habitat Podcast #208 - Sam Carrozza - Huge 8 Point 3 yr. Chase, New IL Farm, 400 Trees & Tree Top Strategy, New Food Plots & Fence Gaps, Building a Family Property

Habitat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 82:14


Habitat Podcast #208 - Sam Carrozza joins Jared, Brian, Al & Dave to tell the story of a New Farm Success! Kick back and enjoy the story of this great IL hunting property. A very nice 8 point. We cover: The story of a Huge 8 Point that took a 3 yr. Chase, Bow Kill! New IL Farm - Break down the habitat work the Sam and Lew Carrozza performed, 400 Trees logged on a 20 acre ridge, Tree Top Strategy - Creating big buck traps, New Vitalize Food Plots, Strategic Fence Gaps, Building a Family Property and enjoying what it is really all about! and much more!!! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Endless Horizons Archery (all of your archery needs) - https://bit.ly/3QBVNRl LAND PLAN Property Consultations – HP Land Plans: LAND PLANS FIRST LITE --> https://bit.ly/3EDbG6P Vitalize Seed GIFT CARDS--> https://bit.ly/vitalizeseed Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX $25 off with code: HPC25 Leave us a review for a FREE DECAL - https://apple.co/2uhoqOO Morse Nursery Tree Dealer Pricing – info@habitatpodcast.com Legendary Forest Products (Forestry and Logging) - https://bit.ly/LegendaryFPs Afflictor Broadheads - https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH "BF20" --- 20% off at checkout YOUTUBE - Habitat Podcast Email us: info@habitatpodcast.com Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees 10% off w/code: HABITAT10 Michigan Whitetail Pursuit - http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

World in Progress | Deutsche Welle
Clean cut for pellets: How Europe's clean energy policies harm forests

World in Progress | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 29:59


With energy prices skyrocketing in Europe, the demand for wood pellets is increasing. While many homeowners want an alternative to costly oil and gas heating, coal plants switching to burning wood chips make huge profits thanks to EU subsidies. But protected forest areas are destroyed at alarming rates, and critics demand a policy change and better forests protection.

It Still Lives
Season 5, Episode 1: Logging in the Mountains

It Still Lives

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 43:37


We're taking a listen to historic accounts of logging in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. Featuring interviews from Will Zoellner, Shirley Buchanan, Jake Waldroop, and Preach Parsons. Find images and bonus content at www.foxfire.org

Linchpin Conversations
Kettlebells vs dumbbells.

Linchpin Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 34:59 Very Popular


1. Purpose of the hook grip. 2. A typical day of eating. 3. Kettlebells vs dumbbells. 4. Sport specific training. 5. Non-motorized air runners. 6. How to intro a new person to Linchpin. 7. Logging workouts. 8. Linchpin Test 5 is the January challenge.

Transformers | The sustainability change makers
Margot Wallström | Chemical legislation, Blood diamonds and illegal logging in the Amazon

Transformers | The sustainability change makers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 35:17


Leadership in Politics with Margot Wallström, a former EU Commissioner for Environment and Vice President of the EU.

TODAY
TODAY 3rd Hour: Grit: Female scientist's historic mission. Motivational Monday: Runner logging miles in reverse. Beauty company saving animals. The Upside: Healing through gardening.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 36:45


The story behind planetary scientist Lindy Elkins-Tanton—the 2nd woman to lead a NASA space mission. Also, Motivational Monday: Sheinelle Jones gets to talk to Justine Galloway about her passion for running and how it was nearly taken away after being diagnosed with focal dystonia, a neurological movement disorder. Plus, a remarkable story of a beauty brand named “FarmHouse Fresh Organics & Naturals” and its mission to give animals a second chance to live. And, Gadi Schwartz gets to meet a woman that's helping  people heal through gardening and her therapy group called “Meet Me In The Dirt.”

Habitat Podcast
Habitat Podcast #207 - David Hamm - Top 6 Considerations for New Property, Big Buck Breakdown, Hunting Cattle Farms, New Lease with Habitat Podcast Land Plan Applied & PA Deer Camp

Habitat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 87:45


Habitat Podcast #207 - David Hamm joins Jared Van Hees and Brian Halbleib to catch up on Dave's big buck success! Brian and Dave are on a new lease this year, and Brian put the HP Land Plan process to the test. Brian and Dave hit the ground running with hard work all Summer and it paid off in a huge way. Congrats again Gents! We cover: Top 6 Considerations for New Property, Top 6 Reasons that helped Dave harvest this mature buck, Big Buck Breakdown - Dave tells us his hunting story and strategy, New Lease Details and Land Plan process, Food Plots with Vitalize Seed, Hunter Access, Pressure, Cattle Farms and Pinch Points, Family PA Deer Camp & Traditions, E-Bike Access and more! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Endless Horizons Archery (all of your archery needs) - https://bit.ly/3QBVNRl LAND PLAN Property Consultations – HP Land Plans: LAND PLANS FIRST LITE --> https://bit.ly/3EDbG6P Vitalize Seed GIFT CARDS--> https://bit.ly/vitalizeseed Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX $25 off with code: HPC25 Leave us a review for a FREE DECAL - https://apple.co/2uhoqOO Morse Nursery Tree Dealer Pricing – info@habitatpodcast.com Legendary Forest Products (Forestry and Logging) - https://bit.ly/LegendaryFPs Afflictor Broadheads - https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH "BF20" --- 20% off at checkout Rut27 Sale - https://exodusoutdoorgear.com/discount/rut27 Leave us a review for a FREE DECAL - https://apple.co/2uhoqOO YOUTUBE - Habitat Podcast Email us: info@habitatpodcast.com Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees 10% off w/code: HABITAT10 Michigan Whitetail Pursuit - http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Warrior School
Episode 154: Small consistent action, why logging your food is important and the 7 principles of a powerful body image

Warrior School

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 50:34


This week, I share some insights from our end-of-year event on Building Powerful Relationships.  Three powerful women presented at this year's event. Ruby Marsh spoke about ‘Prosperity', the importance of having enough energy to achieve what we want and the powerful role of small consistent actions (SCAs). Leila Lutz spoke about the importance of ‘Self-parenting' and balancing the Mother and Father archetypes and how food gives us power. Jessica Ash finished off the weekend with a bang - she spoke about the 7 practices of a powerful body image, and the importance of learning the language of your body. WHAT YOU WILL DISCOVER > The Red Umbrella Analogy > Why powerful relationships are important > What negatively impacts our relationships > How we have powerful relationships with our goals, food, training and ourselves > Key questions to ask yourself to help you build powerful relationships > Small audio clips from the three guest speakers > How small consistent actions help you achieve your goals > Why logging is important > The 7 principles of a powerful body image > How to create a successful and sustainable training practice And so much more Featured on the show About Warrior School https://warriorschool.co Apply for Warrior (Applications open January 2nd) https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdS7OVobSu60FFc1pyIQVySKasuwjWvWnttTJOMRrgj6MLEPw/viewform Ruby Marsh https://www.instagram.com/rubykmarsh/ Leila Lutz https://www.instagram.com/leilalutz/ Jessica Ash https://www.instagram.com/jessicaashwellness/ Creator Club https://www.creatorclub.link

Hashtag Realtalk with Aaron Bregg
Episode 75 - Where are My Logs at? Rethinking Loggin in 2023

Hashtag Realtalk with Aaron Bregg

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 49:00


In this the 3rd annual holiday fundraiser podcast episode, I talk with Kam Amir and Brenden Morgenthaler about what enterprise logging will look like in 2023. Kam is the Director of Technical Alliances for Cribl. Brenden is an Enterprise Architect for CDW.Talking Points:Kam has developed a formula for getting the most value from your setup using the three 'Vs':VarietyValueVelocityThis allows for you to get more freedom to get valuable data into your platform.Brenden talks to real life uses cases like:Grouping Meta Data for things like charge back, How do you setup threshold rules to help with crashing clustersAuditing Kerberos events issuePodcast Sponsors:This holiday event raised funds for 3 great causes:Toys for TotsSTEM GreenhouseGrand Rapids Community College Girls STEM ScholarshipMany thanks to Cribl, CDW and Custom Business Solutions for helping us raise over $1,000 for charity!

Python Bytes
#315 Some Stickers!

Python Bytes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 29:56


Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub. Connect with the hosts Michael: @mkennedy@fosstodon.org Brian: @brianokken@fosstodon.org Michael #1: Jupyter Server 2.0 is released! Jupyter Server provides the core web server that powers JupyterLab and Jupyter Notebook. New Identity API: As Jupyter continues to innovate its real-time collaboration experience, identity is an important component. New Authorization API: Enabling collaboration on a notebook shouldn't mean “allow everyone with access to my Jupyter Server to edit my notebooks”. What if I want to share my notebook with e.g. a subset of my teammates? New Event System API: jupyter_events—a package that provides a JSON-schema-based event-driven system to Jupyter Server and server extensions. Terminals Service is now a Server Extension: Jupyter Server now ships the “Terminals Service” as an extension (installed and enabled by default) rather than a core Jupyter Service. pytest-jupyter: A pytest plugin for Jupyter Brian #2: Converting to pyproject.toml Last week, episode 314, we talked about “Tools for rewriting Python code” and I mentioned a desire to convert setup.py/setup.cfg to pyproject.toml Several of you, including Christian Clauss and Brian Skinn, let me know about a few tools to help in that area. Thank you. ini2toml - Automatically translates .ini/.cfg files into TOML “… can also be used to convert any compatible .ini/.cfg file to TOML.” “ini2toml comes in two flavours: “lite” and “full”. The “lite” flavour will create a TOML document that does not contain any of the comments from the original .ini/.cfg file. On the other hand, the “full” flavour will make an extra effort to translate these comments into a TOML-equivalent (please notice sometimes this translation is not perfect, so it is always good to check the TOML document afterwards).” pyproject-fmt - Apply a consistent format to pyproject.toml files Having a consistent ordering and such is actually quite nice. I agreed with most changes when I tried it, except one change. The faulty change: it modified the name of my project. Not cool. pytest plugins are traditionally named pytest-something. the tool replaced the - with _. Wrong. So, be careful with adding this to your tool chain if you have intentional dashes in the name. Otherwise, and still, cool project. validate-pyproject - Automated checks on pyproject.toml powered by JSON Schema definitions It's a bit terse with errors, but still useful. $ validate-pyproject pyproject.toml Invalid file: pyproject.toml [ERROR] `project.authors[{data__authors_x}]` must be object $ validate-pyproject pyproject.toml Invalid file: pyproject.toml [ERROR] Invalid value (at line 3, column 12) I'd probably add tox Don't forget to build and test your project after making changes to pyproject.toml You'll catch things like missing dependencies that the other tools will miss. Michael #3: aws-lambda-powertools-python Via Mark Pender A suite of utilities for AWS Lambda Functions that makes distributed tracing, structured logging, custom metrics, idempotency, and many leading practices easier Looks kinda cool if you prefer to work almost entirely in python and avoid using any 3rd party tools like Terraform etc to manage the support functions of deploying, monitoring, debugging lambda functions - Tracing: Decorators and utilities to trace Lambda function handlers, and both synchronous and asynchronous functions Logging - Structured logging made easier, and decorator to enrich structured logging with key Lambda context details Metrics - Custom Metrics created asynchronously via CloudWatch Embedded Metric Format (EMF) Event handler: AppSync - AWS AppSync event handler for Lambda Direct Resolver and Amplify GraphQL Transformer function Event handler: API Gateway and ALB - Amazon API Gateway REST/HTTP API and ALB event handler for Lambda functions invoked using Proxy integration Bring your own middleware - Decorator factory to create your own middleware to run logic before, and after each Lambda invocation Parameters utility - Retrieve and cache parameter values from Parameter Store, Secrets Manager, or DynamoDB Batch processing - Handle partial failures for AWS SQS batch processing Typing - Static typing classes to speedup development in your IDE Validation - JSON Schema validator for inbound events and responses Event source data classes - Data classes describing the schema of common Lambda event triggers Parser - Data parsing and deep validation using Pydantic Idempotency - Convert your Lambda functions into idempotent operations which are safe to retry Feature Flags - A simple rule engine to evaluate when one or multiple features should be enabled depending on the input Streaming - Streams datasets larger than the available memory as streaming data. Brian #4: How to create a self updating GitHub Readme Bob Belderbos Bob's GitHub profile is nice Includes latest Pybites articles, latest Python tips, and even latest Fosstodon toots And he includes a link to an article on how he did this. A Python script that pulls together all of the content, build-readme.py and fills in a TEMPLATE.md markdown file. It gets called through a GitHub action workflow, update.yml and automatically commits changes, currently daily at 8:45 This happens every day, and it looks like there are only commits if Note: We covered Simon Willison's notes on self updating README on episode 192 in 2020 Extras Brian: GitHub can check your repos for leaked secrets. Julia Evans has released a new zine, The Pocket Guide to Debugging Python Easter Eggs Includes this fun one from 2009 from Barry Warsaw and Brett Cannon >>> from __future__ import barry_as_FLUFL >>> 1 2 True >>> 1 != 2 File "[HTML_REMOVED]", line 1 1 != 2 ^ SyntaxError: invalid syntax Crontab Guru Michael: Canary Email AI 3.11 delivers First chance to try “iPad as the sole travel device.” Here's a report. Follow up from 306 and 309 discussions. Maps be free New laptop design Joke: What are clouds made of?

NPR's Book of the Day
'The Future Is Analog' makes the case for logging off

NPR's Book of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 8:55 Very Popular


The pandemic accelerated the digitization of our lives. Work, school, dating, even worship – we learned to access and navigate all of it through our screens. But is that actually a good thing? In his new book, The Future Is Analog, writer David Sax argues that there's a lot we miss out on when we over-rely on our devices in our everyday lives. He tells NPR's Ayesha Rascoe that maybe by being a little more intentional, we can find a better balance between innovation and actual connection.

Walky Talky - a Podcast
Flammable boobs and a logging expedition

Walky Talky - a Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 57:28


Logging or dogging...you decide! Febreze manages to join both #Ambridge choirs at once, Lucy's jumper sets on fire and Harriet vomits at a nativity Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/ambridgeonthecouch. Join our merry band of The Archers nuts at https://plus.acast.com/s/AmbridgeOnTheCouch. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Habitat Podcast
Habitat Podcast #206 - Lincoln Rohn - 3 Big Buck Hunting Stories & Packer Maxx Cultipacker / Roller Crimper Innovation

Habitat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 88:29


Habitat Podcast #206 - Lincoln Rohn joins Jared Van Hees and Brian Scott for an episode that we could have kept going on with forever! Just such a joy to chat with Linc, our great buddy and owner of Packer Maxx Cultipackers. Linc tells the 3 big buck stories around his 2022 harvests, and man they are good ones. Then we cover all the new and cool stuff going on at Packer Maxx. Stay tuned as there is an awesome $800 giveaway coming up!!! Keep hunting hard as it is not over yet! Thanks for listening. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX $25 off with code: HPC25 Leave us a review for a FREE DECAL - https://apple.co/2uhoqOO LAND PLAN Property Consultations – HP Land Plans: LAND PLANS Morse Nursery Tree Dealer Pricing – info@habitatpodcast.com Legendary Forest Products (Forestry and Logging) - https://bit.ly/LegendaryFPs FIRST LITE --> https://bit.ly/3EDbG6P Black Friday Sale Afflictor Broadheads - https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH "BF20" --- 20% off at checkout Endless Horizons Archery (all of your archery needs) - https://bit.ly/3QBVNRl Rut27 Sale - https://exodusoutdoorgear.com/discount/rut27 Leave us a review for a FREE DECAL - https://apple.co/2uhoqOO Vitalize Seed CARBON LOAD - FREE SHIPPING on Food Plot / Soil Builder Diverse Seed Mixes - https://bit.ly/vitalizeseed YOUTUBE - Habitat Podcast Email us: info@habitatpodcast.com Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees 10% off w/code: HABITAT10 Michigan Whitetail Pursuit - http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Habitat Podcast AMAZON Store - https://www.amazon.com/shop/habitatpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

IT Visionaries
Creating Frictionless Cybersecurity Options

IT Visionaries

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 48:22


When logging into devices and applications that hold the key to a user's identity, how can that user tell who is at the other end of the line? When it comes to internet safety and securing a user's identity online, Phil Dunkelberger, President and CEO of Nok Nok Labs, shares that the future of online security is cybersecurity that can be simplified through public private key cryptography. On this episode, Phil explains what that means, plus the purpose of FIDO and how it can create frictionless security for users logging into their devices and applications.Tune in to learn:What FIDO is designed to do for users (9:55)Why public private keys used for authentication benefits the customer (14:00)How pass keys have evolved to render the need for two devices for personal and work purposes unnecessary (28:00)About Nok Nok's Study on the IT Support side of the problem with authentication (35:36)Mentions:Vanguard Totem TechAlli Bey, CEO of Totem TechDr. Larry Ponemon, Founder and Chairman of Ponemon InstitutePYMNTSKaren Webster, CEO of PYMNTSKaren webster's study“Shoe Dog: A Memoir by the Creator of Nike” by Phil KnightXerox Phil ZimmermannSymantecIT Visionaries is brought to you by Salesforce. With Salesforce's low-code app dev tools, you can be more efficient, more productive and save money by reducing development time by up to 90%. Get Salesforce's Low-Code Playbook and increase time to value for your team and your customers. Download the free playbook today.Mission.org is a media studio producing content for world-class clients. Learn more at mission.org.

DREAM CHASERS | Interviews with the Future
DC 256: Finding the Courage to Hit Record

DREAM CHASERS | Interviews with the Future

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 10:25


Adam Carswell shares why content creators should not be afraid to document their journeys and take time to grow their platforms to ultimately create a positive impact on their listeners with messages that will stand the test of time.  In this episode, Adam talks about:Logging your journey of content creationParenthood with his newborn son MicahInvesting time into your work for successSeeing the impact of your content through comments and feedback Adam would like to give a huge thanks to everyone listening for contributing their most valuable resource—their time. Episode Resources:Adam J. Carswell Facebook Group | RaiseMasters | Carswell.io Timestamped Shownotes:00:07 – Why should content creators be unafraid to document their journeys?01:50 – How is parenthood going for Adam and his wife, Nicki?04:25 – What does it take for someone to become a successful content creator?07:23 – What is one thing that motivates Adam to continue creating content on this platform?08:23 – What does Adam encourage you to reach out to him about to connect over common interests?

Engines of Our Ingenuity
Engines of Our Ingenuity 2433: Bateaux, Guide Boats, and More

Engines of Our Ingenuity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 3:50


Episode: 2433 After the Indian canoe: bateaux, Adirondack guide boats, and more.  Today, new boats in a new land.

Old Time Radio Westerns
Logging – Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok (09-09-51)

Old Time Radio Westerns

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022


Original Air Date: September 09, 1951Host: Andrew RhynesShow: Adventures of Wild Bill HickokPhone: (707) 98 OTRDW (6-8739) Stars:• Guy Madison (Hickok)• Andy Devine (Jingles) Special Guests:• Jean Vander Pyl• Tony Barrett• James Nusser• Charlie Lung• Jack Moyles Producer:• Paul Pierce Music:• Dick Aurandt Exit music from: Roundup on the Prairie by Aaron Kenny https://bit.ly/3kTj0kK

Habitat Podcast
Habitat Podcast #205 - Cory Franceus - Michigan 70 Acre Habitat Update & Dream Deer Season

Habitat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 87:59


Habitat Podcast #205 - Cory Franceus joins Jared Van Hees for a fun conversation and really to catch up after Michigan's gun season. Cory, his wife Kim & their son Easton have had a banner year in the Michigan deer woods taking some exceptional bucks! This is due to one thing - hard work and awesome habitat. Tag along as we catch up on all things deer habitat and deer hunting on Cory's Michigan 70 acre parcel. This parcel has be transformed into something great, and we cannot wait to see it in another 5 years. Enjoy! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Leave us a review for a FREE DECAL - https://apple.co/2uhoqOO LAND PLAN Property Consultations – HP Land Plans: LAND PLANS Morse Nursery Tree Dealer Pricing – info@habitatpodcast.com Legendary Forest Products (Forestry and Logging) - https://bit.ly/LegendaryFPs FIRST LITE --> https://bit.ly/3EDbG6P Black Friday Sale Afflictor Broadheads - https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH "BF20" --- 20% off at checkout Endless Horizons Archery (all of your archery needs) - https://bit.ly/3QBVNRl Rut27 Sale - https://exodusoutdoorgear.com/discount/rut27 Leave us a review for a FREE DECAL - https://apple.co/2uhoqOO Vitalize Seed CARBON LOAD - FREE SHIPPING on Food Plot / Soil Builder Diverse Seed Mixes - https://bit.ly/vitalizeseed Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX $25 off with code: HPC25 YOUTUBE - Habitat Podcast Email us: info@habitatpodcast.com Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees 10% off w/code: HABITAT10 Michigan Whitetail Pursuit - http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Habitat Podcast AMAZON Store - https://www.amazon.com/shop/habitatpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Biofriendly Podcast
Sustainable Logging and the Cities of Wood

The Biofriendly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 54:51


Construction's environmental footprint is huge. That's why architects and builders are looking toward using wood as a more sustainable choice! Now that might give you pause as to what that means for our planet's forests, so that's why this week we talk about sustainable logging, why balance is so important, and why we are your number one source for green knowledge and fart jokes.

The Actual Astronomy Podcast
#281 - Logging Observations Part 2

The Actual Astronomy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 26:00 Very Popular


Chris and Shane read and discuss listener emails about various ways to log observations.

The Actual Astronomy Podcast
#280 - Logging Observations Part 1

The Actual Astronomy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 31:35


Chris and Shane read and discuss listener emails about various ways to log observations.

It's Possible - Conversations with Successful Online Trainers
Mr Beast, Influencer hopping, and never logging into TikTok

It's Possible - Conversations with Successful Online Trainers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 53:39


In this episode, Ren gets help from Jonathan about making his email newsletter not suck; you'll learn how to develop that gut feeling around making choices in your business, and the team reminds coaches that you don't need to be the best - you just need to be one step ahead of your clients.  For more, listen and subscribe to the Goodman Show on your favourite podcast app. The Goodman Show is presented by Quickcoach.Fit, free professional software for trainers to impress their clients. Register your free account today at www.QuickCoach.Fit

iCoach Nutrition Radio
254. Don't Make These Calorie Logging Mistakes with Justin Murphy, B.S. Nutrition, CPT

iCoach Nutrition Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 14:31


In this weeks episode, I sit down to discuss how to log your food accurately. We hope you enjoy the show!   Nutrition Questions? Text 214-799-2521   Download My Book: Click HERE   #iCoachNutrition Facebook Community: Join HERE   Apply For Coaching: Apply HERE Website: www.iCoachNutrition.com TikTok: @coachjustinmurphy Instagram: @coachjustinmurphy Facebook: iCoach Nutrition YouTube: Justin Murphy - iCoach Nutrition Twitter: @coachjmurphy LinkedIn: Justin Murphy Email: justin@icoachnutrition.com

Habitat Podcast
Habitat Podcast #204 - Matthew Musselman - Logging for Better Deer Hunting, TSI & Clear Cuts, New Trail and Food Plot Clearing, Legendary Forest Products & How much to cut?

Habitat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 91:04


Habitat Podcast #204 - Matthew Musselman joins Jared Van Hees for a great podcast on all things Timber Management for Deer! This episode is packed full of information and Matt truly knows his stuff. Matt is an accomplished MI deer hunter and we really enjoyed this discussion. We cover: Logging for Better Deer Hunting with Legendary Forest Products, TSI & Cleat cuts = Great wildlife habitat, Not cutting enough - How much cutting needs to be done? Customer satisfaction & getting the most value for your timber by moving quickly, Clear cuts - creating the best food, cover and fawning habitat, Firewood supply, Stumping food plots and creating roads, trails, infrastructure, How to remove stumps and keep topsoil, Pond creation and food plot planting, Current Timber market, Northern MI Deer Hunting, Awesome Big Buck stories and more! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Legendary Forest Products (Forestry and Logging) - https://bit.ly/LegendaryFPs LAND PLAN Property Consultations – HP Land Plans: LAND PLANS Leave us a review for a FREE DECAL - https://apple.co/2uhoqOO FIRST LITE --> https://bit.ly/3EDbG6P Black Friday Sale Afflictor Broadheads - https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH "BF20" --- 20% off at checkout Endless Horizons Archery (all of your archery needs) - https://bit.ly/3QBVNRl Rut27 Sale - https://exodusoutdoorgear.com/discount/rut27 Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Leave us a review for a FREE DECAL - https://apple.co/2uhoqOO Vitalize Seed CARBON LOAD - FREE SHIPPING on Food Plot / Soil Builder Diverse Seed Mixes - https://bit.ly/vitalizeseed Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX $25 off with code: HPC25 Morse Nursery Tree Dealer Pricing – info@habitatpodcast.com YOUTUBE - Habitat Podcast Email us: info@habitatpodcast.com Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees 10% off w/code: HABITAT10 Michigan Whitetail Pursuit - http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Habitat Podcast AMAZON Store - https://www.amazon.com/shop/habitatpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

KAXE/KBXE Morning Show
Forest History Center in Grand Rapids Brings Back Christmas in a Logging Camp Saturday December 10, 2022

KAXE/KBXE Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 12:22


The Forest History Center brings to life a recreated 1900s-era logging camp and floating cook shack moored on the Mississippi River. The site also includes a 1930s forest ranger's cabin, fire tower, self-guided trails and a visitor center with interactive exhibits about Minnesota's forests. The Forest History Center is located at 2609 County Road 76, near Highways 169 and 2 in Grand Rapids.

KAXE/KBXE Morning Show
Forest History Center in Grand Rapids Brings Back Christmas in a Logging Camp Saturday December 10, 2022

KAXE/KBXE Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 12:22


The Forest History Center brings to life a recreated 1900s-era logging camp and floating cook shack moored on the Mississippi River. The site also includes a 1930s forest ranger's cabin, fire tower, self-guided trails and a visitor center with interactive exhibits about Minnesota's forests. The Forest History Center is located at 2609 County Road 76, near Highways 169 and 2 in Grand Rapids.

The Cabin
Lumberjacks and Jills Unite: The Logging History of Wisconsin

The Cabin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 26:10


The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association and this week we're featuring Rock County; https://bit.ly/2THPoeXThe Cabin is also presented by WCA's Group Health Trust; serving local governments and school districts, the WCA Group Health Trust partners closely with members to fulfill their employee health benefit obligations in a fiscally responsible manner. Learn more here; https://bit.ly/3JMizCXCampfire Conversation: Ah Paul Bunyan. The quintessential symbol for flannel, flap jacks, and lumberjacking. The logging history of Wisconsin is a so rich and defines so much of our great state. We had to be joined by co-host, Ramsay, as we talk through the logging history of Wisconsin, how “the hardest working river in Wisconsin” got its name, and of course share our love for the Sawmill Brewing Company. We also discuss fun folklore around Paul Bunyan and where you can enthrall yourself in a lumberjack competition today!Shop Discover Wisconsin; Check out the Cabin Podcast merch and use code “CABIN” for a discount at; https://bit.ly/3PEtnFNMarshfield Clinic; All of Us Research Program; https://bit.ly/3klM56EKnow Your Wisconsin: Walnut Hollow; https://bit.ly/3EjHCew

Dig to Fly
Change Your Life in 60 Days with Ford Dyke

Dig to Fly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 57:14


In this interview you'll learn about listening to your mind, body, and heart so you can reduce your stress and make better decisions. Dr. Ford Dyke teaches people about human performance optimization. One of my favorite parts of this interview is when Ford walks us through a relaxing breathing exercise. Highlights from the interview: How he sees life differently from other people.Nature and nurtureThere is a dependence between nature and nurture.Why he feels like an alien at times.Leaving this world a little bit better than he found it.How he cultivates his energy and the frame of mind.What his nighttime routine is and how it helps him prepare his mind and body for the next day.How he wakes up his body in the morning.The microbiome reregulates in our gut every six hours.How he has built a mindfulness platform at Auburn university.The difference between the brain and the mind.Our minds are deciding how we perceive our lives.We must work on not limiting ourselves.Why we need to work on being more present with our breath.Digging into how we perceive our lives.Being aware of our thoughts as they come and go.When you slow down and listen to your mind, body, and heart.Being consistent with small breaks to charge.Applying 60 for 60 during your day.Understanding the patterns in our lives, so we can make better decisions.Writing about how we are feeling.Building awareness starts with logging how we are feeling.Logging other parts of our lives, so we can understand ourselves better.Most impactful book, podcast, speaker, and favorite toy as a kid You can learn more about Ford over at his website Ford Dyke. You can also connect with him on LinkedIn and subscribe to his podcast - Preform. And as always if you have any questions or want to submit a guest for the podcast that you think would be amazing just reach out on Dig to Fly and I'll do my best to get them on. If you enjoy the interview please take 30 seconds to rate the Dig to Fly podcast on your favorite platform. Thanks!

My Amazon Guy
My Amazon Guy Weekly PPC Q & A with Jason Mastromatteo and Matthew Davis 10.07.2022

My Amazon Guy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 103:57


0:00 My Amazon Guy Weekly PPC Q & A with Jason Mastromatteo and Matthew Davis11:34 Talk about the price point15:40 get yourself profitable16:03 Control all your variables17:55 The Ultimate Guide to the SEO search query performance Phase 418:28 UPC issues20:24 What metrics do you see to tell if a keyword campaign is not performing well22:48 Looking at the discrepancy between sponsored and organic25:44 Can't seem to get any traction30:44 Photo upload recommendation31:23 Not eligible for FBA because you need to go through a Hazmat review33:34 If you've got like a cluster a handful of good targets test them36:13 Fixing BSR36:57 How to add and delete a plus content image38:18 At what point if ever do we switch it to dynamic down41:08 Doing a full update with the image in the flat file 43:14 Should I place my account on a vacation 43:37 DSP is a middle to top-of-funnel strategy it's to build awareness47:15 When running an SD view remarking campaign, is it better to optimize reviews or conversions50:14 How to check the best CVR52:29 GS1 registered to the old company53:49 Sell in Canada and Mexico via your Amazon FBA stock in the US54:49 Bidding aggressively or conservatively when the search volume is low57:06 How do you see the future of FBA Wholesale in the USA Marketplace 59:41 What to do if there's no response from the seller support team 1:00:44 When optimizing a broad match campaign what is the best practice for those one-click no sales search terms1:01:33 I'm trying to create a prime discounted discount but it says suppress because the reference price is not available1:04:00 Amazon gift box getting damaged during delivery1:07:46 How to achieve clients1:08:58 How can I set up a business account1:09:52 Amazon transparency program1:11:12 Listings use third-party UPC that bought from barcode Mania1:11:32 Testing SD campaigns, retargeting windows shoppers1:13:45 How to list that product under UPC and the Brand's name or new UPC in my name1:14:51 How long does it take for the SD campaigns to be approved1:16:53  Remarketing campaigns to start the day after Prime day instead of now1:19:17 Can you share some unique methods and tips for product research to find a winning product1:22:24 How do I go and brand all my 500 products1:24:49 The price is not showing on my listings display on Amazon1:25:07 Is there an amount you typically bid to reduce a keyword where the keyword is relevant but the ACOS is above the target1:26:24 SOP for measuring price elasticity1:27:15 How can we change our listing content when Amazon did not update it1:28:22 How do I ask for a Hazmat review1:28:59 Get sales that aren't directly attributed to your business report1:31:50 Changing the title of your listing1:33:23 What you meant by remote fulfillment1:34:01 Logging in the different IP address1:34:47 Any news as to what we need to do for the upcoming fall Prime event to get the badges 1:35:39 Old image showing up on Google Images1:36:33 Many clicks but no sales1:37:19 When editing the listing I always get the advice that the listing is a low quality1:38:27 Is it still best practice to run both FBA and FBM1:38:46 May I please have some guidance on LTL case back shipments 1:39:57 For the UPC with gs1 should I buy code with company prefix or individual G101:41:25 Can I have multiple brands on one GS1 account

The Cloud Pod
189: The CloudPod Celebrates AWS Becoming a New Time Lord

The Cloud Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 36:48


RE:INVENT NOTICE Jonathan, Ryan and Justin will be live streaming the major keynotes starting Monday Night, followed by Adam's keynote on Tuesday, Swami's keynote on Wednesday and Wrap up our Re:Invent coverage with Werner's keynote on Thursday. Tune into our live stream here on the site or via Twitch/Twitter, etc.  On The Cloud Pod this week, Amazon Time Sync is now available over the internet as a public NTP service, Amazon announces ECS Task Scale-in protection, and Private Marketplace is now in preview. Thank you to our sponsor, Foghorn Consulting, which provides top notch cloud and DevOps engineers to the world's most innovative companies. Initiatives stalled because you're having trouble hiring? Foghorn can be burning down your DevOps and Cloud backlogs as soon as next week. Episode Highlights ⏰ Amazon Time Sync is now available over the internet as a public NTP service. ⏰ Amazon announces ECS Task Scale-in protection. ⏰ Private Marketplace is now in preview. Top Quote

Habitat Podcast
Habitat Podcast #203 - Deer Camp - Northern 70.. aka Belly of The Beast

Habitat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 106:32


Habitat Podcast #203 - Deer Camp It's here. 2022 opening of rifle season is in the books! We have a great chat over some beers. This was our first official deer camp staying at the Northern 70. We had a great crew of 8 of us in camp. 3 of us left....@MotivatedtoHunt 's Pat Cross joins Jared and Greg Van Hees after 3 days of hunting. We reminisce and cover what we saw the 1st 3 days of hunting. You can't beat this time of year! Good luck to everyone still hunting. Thank you for listening. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FIRST LITE --> https://bit.ly/3EDbG6P Black Friday Sale Afflictor Broadheads - https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH "BF20" --- 20% off at checkout Endless Horizons Archery (all of your archery needs) - https://bit.ly/3QBVNRl Rut27 Sale - https://exodusoutdoorgear.com/discount/rut27 Legendary Forest Products (Forestry and Logging) - https://bit.ly/LegendaryFPs Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP LAND PLAN Property Consultations – HP Land Plans: LAND PLANS Leave us a review for a FREE DECAL - https://apple.co/2uhoqOO Vitalize Seed CARBON LOAD - FREE SHIPPING on Food Plot / Soil Builder Diverse Seed Mixes - https://bit.ly/vitalizeseed Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX $25 off with code: HPC25 Morse Nursery Tree Dealer Pricing – info@habitatpodcast.com YOUTUBE - Habitat Podcast Email us: info@habitatpodcast.com Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees 10% off w/code: HABITAT10 Michigan Whitetail Pursuit - http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Habitat Podcast AMAZON Store - https://www.amazon.com/shop/habitatpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Stay at Home Dads Podcast
Do Our Kids Respect us? And Ways to Teach It. |EP86|

Stay at Home Dads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 25:03


Today on Stay at Home Dads Podcast, I open the show talking about the struggle a school cancellation can bring, and the headache that can ensue with setting up your kids E day. Logging them in on the computer, navigating windows, and answering a million questions from curious kids can be quite stressful.   I then get into the dynamic of kids and parents, and the amount of respect or lack of respect they can show us. I discuss an article I found that talks about what respect is and what it looks like from our kids, as well as effective ways we can teach it to them.  Links for today's show are listed below.  Happy Thanksgiving!    Links: https://www.parentingforbrain.com/6-controversial-tips-teaching-kids-respect/ https://kidshelpline.com.au/teens/issues/all-about-respect https://www.romper.com/p/7-signs-your-child-respects-you-even-if-they-roll-their-eyes-5548 Podcast Links: •Apple Podcast App: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/stay-at-home-dads-podcast/id1566807529 •Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4WoSrsB0Bz70scOo8ExEEX •Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/89162611-78ab-429b-af13-82e6883be2ab/Stay-at-Home-Dads-Podcast •Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkLnBvZGJlYW4uY29tL3N0YXlhdGhvbWVkYWRzL2ZlZWQueG1s •Instagram:  @vegasraymer •Web:  https://stayathomedads.podbean.com https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPZ0gFs6Upc7Ws8_ma6sJvA https://www.youtube.com/c/HighPriority  

For The Wild
MAYA KHOSLA on What the Forest Holds/ 313

For The Wild

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 67:10 Transcription Available


What can the forest teach us of grief, of joy, of humanity? This week, poet and scientist Maya Khosla invites listeners into the forests of Northern California to find deep reverence for the power of biodiversity. Maya's expertise on wildfires shines through this deep and well-informed conversation as she and Ayana share a love for the forest and deep-seated awe for the complexity of forest life. Maya introduces listeners to the science behind forest fires and urges us to see fire as not simply “destructive,” but rather as one of the many cycles of earth. From practices of cultural burning to current studies on post-fire diversity, the creative and regenerative power of the forest cannot be overlooked.Maya Khosla is a wildlife biologist and writer. She served as Sonoma County Poet Laureate (2018-2020), bringing Sonoma's communities together through poetry gatherings and field walks after the 2017 fires. Sonoma County Conservation Council (SCCC) selected her as one of the 2020 Environmentalists of the Year. Her poetry books include “All the Fires of Wind and Light” from Sixteen Rivers Press (2020 PEN Oakland/Josephine Miles Literary Award), “Keel Bone” from Bear Star Press (Dorothy Brunsman Poetry Prize), and “Web of Water: Life in Redwood Creek”. Her writing has been featured in documentary films including “Village of Dust, City of Water,” about the water crises in rural India.Music by Lake Mary, Forest Veil, and Bird By Snow. Visit our website at forthewild.world for the full episode description, references, and action points.

Focus on Europe | Video Podcast | Deutsche Welle
Greening Sweden's logging industry

Focus on Europe | Video Podcast | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 4:28


Sweden may have a green reputation, but its timber industry has been clearcutting old-growth forests for decades. Activists, tourism operators, and reindeer herders hope to slow deforestation by putting pressure on timber giant Sveaskog.

Habitat Podcast
Habitat Podcast #202 - Todd Graf - New IL Farm Habitat Projects, Most Effective Habitat vs. Biggest Mistake, Logging and Forestry, Mast Tree Planting, Pond Install & Big Buck Hunting

Habitat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 81:24


Habitat Podcast #202 - Todd Graf from www.bowhunting.com joins Jared Van Hees and Brian Halbeib on the show! Todd is another habitat manager just like the rest of us. This is an informative episode on all things habitat management with a brand new property. We cover: How Todd got into hunting or habitat and how Bowhunting.com came to be Todd's new property discussion - blank slate. We go over the whole rundown, details, etc. Habitat projects - 1st project, most effective, biggest mistake.  Habitat Features Todd has implemented - Ponds, no till food plots, forester/logging, tree planting... The power of Soil Health and no till food plots October Hunting plans / goals or strategies for this farm   Todd's favorite hunt where his habitat manipulation paid off  Favorite Tree --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Endless Horizons Archery (all of your archery needs) - https://bit.ly/3QBVNRl Rut27 Sale - https://exodusoutdoorgear.com/discount/rut27 Legendary Forest Products (Forestry and Logging) - https://bit.ly/LegendaryFPs Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP FIRST LITE --> https://bit.ly/3EDbG6P LAND PLAN Property Consultations – HP Land Plans: LAND PLANS Leave us a review for a FREE DECAL - https://apple.co/2uhoqOO Vitalize Seed CARBON LOAD - FREE SHIPPING on Food Plot / Soil Builder Diverse Seed Mixes - https://bit.ly/vitalizeseed Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX $25 off with code: HPC25 Morse Nursery Tree Dealer Pricing – info@habitatpodcast.com YOUTUBE - Habitat Podcast Email us: info@habitatpodcast.com Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Afflictor Broadheads - https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees 10% off w/code: HABITAT10 Michigan Whitetail Pursuit - http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Habitat Podcast AMAZON Store - https://www.amazon.com/shop/habitatpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Global Phenomenon Podcast | for Online Coaches, Consultants and Solopreneurs
#154 Prepare for Social Media Glitches and Random Disasters

The Global Phenomenon Podcast | for Online Coaches, Consultants and Solopreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 28:08


What would you do if you woke up today and your Instagram account was gone. Poof. Disappeared. There's no helpdesk to contact. Logging in does nothing. It's gone. Would you feel anxious? Devastated? Would you cry? Would you freak out? Would it completely stop your day right on its tracks while you deal with this “crisis”? Or would you be cool as a cucumber? This happened to me just today. Fortunately, spoiler alert, I did get my account back after about 6 hours, but for a while there, I thought it was gone forever. And I didn't freak out. In fact, I started to get excited. And today I hope to transfer some of that energy to you, so that no social media platform EVER gets the best of you. On this episode our focus will be on: 3 practical ways to PREPARE for random social media glitches and natural disasters.   Episode links: Join the SASA Challenge GET CLIENTS NEXT coaching program GET CLIENTS FIRST membership Access the FULL LENGTH interviews with all your favorite online coaches for FREE by requesting access to The Global Phenomenon Podcast UNCUT VAULT! Get access right now! Go to: theglobalphenomenon.com/uncut   Watch the video version of the podcast on The Global Phenomenon YouTube channel Follow me on Instagram Contact our team at: info@theglobalphenomenon.com Credits: Music by Jared Lebel Photo by Mira Whiting Photography

Habitat Podcast
Habitat Podcast #201 - Brandon Johannes - 207" IA Buck and Minnesota Property Habitat

Habitat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 52:06


Habitat Podcast #201 - Brandon Johannes joins Jared Van Hees to tell the story of an amazing 207" Non-Typical Buck! Brandon is a good friend, ice fisherman and a habitat manager in Minnesota, where they have great deer as well. Enjoy the story of this amazing buck and good luck out there. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Rut27 Sale - https://exodusoutdoorgear.com/discount/rut27 Legendary Forest Products (Forestry and Logging) - https://bit.ly/LegendaryFPs Endless Horizons Archery (all of your archery needs) - https://bit.ly/3QBVNRl Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP FIRST LITE --> https://bit.ly/3EDbG6P Property Consultations – HP Land Plans: LAND PLANS Leave us a review for a FREE DECAL - https://apple.co/2uhoqOO Vitalize Seed CARBON LOAD - FREE SHIPPING on Food Plot / Soil Builder Diverse Seed Mixes - https://bit.ly/vitalizeseed Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX $25 off with code: HPC25 Morse Nursery Tree Dealer Pricing – info@habitatpodcast.com YOUTUBE - Habitat Podcast Email us: info@habitatpodcast.com Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Afflictor Broadheads - https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees 10% off w/code: HABITAT10 Michigan Whitetail Pursuit - http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Habitat Podcast AMAZON Store - https://www.amazon.com/shop/habitatpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Alika Hope and Change
Episode 106: Quiet quitting brings hopes for dangerous jobs

Alika Hope and Change

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 30:31


Well since everyone else is quiet quitting right now we figured we'd look at jobs that are way more dangerous than podcasting… Logging anyone? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alikahope/support

Shannon's Lumber Industry Update
86 - Opportunity Logging Tools

Shannon's Lumber Industry Update

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 52:56


What tools do you keep in the car for those opportunistic roadside stops to grab a fallen tree or some choice turning blanks? How about choosing a wood species for making wooden hand planes? Both of these topics and several other detours discussed in this episode.

Habitat Podcast
Habitat Podcast #200 - Jim Ward - Deer Habitat Architecture with a Chainsaw

Habitat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 111:07 Very Popular


Habitat Podcast #200 - Jim Ward joins Jared Van Hees and Brian Halbleib for our 200th episode!!! We cover, Jim's introduction - Background, Occupation, How he got into Habitat Management? Jim Ward's Habitat Management Style, Cutting woods - How much cutting is the appropriate amount? Types of cutting – HC vs Felling Creating Buck beds – believer Warm Season Grass Opinion - TIP Scent Control – TIP How important does Jim take scent control Hunting with a canoe vs small parcel scent management SCENARIOS Flat Topography Parcel –  (Southern MI, Northern IN, etc) Where and how is Jim creating bedding for does, and then bucks on a flat parcel Hill Country – Southern IN, Iowa, PA, NY Where and how are you creating bedding for does, and then bucks on hilly parcel What type of habitat traps is Jim setting up and where (main hub question) Hunting/accessing bottoms Best Big Buck Hunting Story where your habitat and hunting strategy (things you teach) paid off for you. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Rut27 Sale - https://exodusoutdoorgear.com/discount/rut27 Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP FIRST LITE --> https://bit.ly/3EDbG6P Property Consultations – HP Land Plans: LAND PLANS Leave us a review for a FREE DECAL - https://apple.co/2uhoqOO Legendary Forest Products (Forestry and Logging) - https://bit.ly/LegendaryFPs Endless Horizons Archery (all of your archery needs) - https://bit.ly/3QBVNRl Vitalize Seed CARBON LOAD - FREE SHIPPING on Food Plot / Soil Builder Diverse Seed Mixes - https://bit.ly/vitalizeseed Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX $25 off with code: HPC25 Morse Nursery Tree Dealer Pricing – info@habitatpodcast.com YOUTUBE - Habitat Podcast Email us: info@habitatpodcast.com Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Afflictor Broadheads - https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees 10% off w/code: HABITAT10 Michigan Whitetail Pursuit - http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Habitat Podcast AMAZON Store - https://www.amazon.com/shop/habitatpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices