The movie industry isn't always about fame and glamour. There are a number of Native screen actors who are just fine staying out of the limelight and manage to at least supplement their income by securing jobs as movie extras. We'll get tips from the pros about what it takes to be a face in the movie crowd.
The Border Crossed Us is led by Jon Ayon, an AMR team member who conducted field research to gather the stories of peoples and Tribes at the southern settler colonial border between the United States and Mexico. This political border was drawn with no respect for the Indigenous peoples that live there — with land claims that predate both colonial governments. Now families and cultures are separated on either side. There are current cultural and religious permits in place for Native peoples to cross the border, but crossing remains a complicated and formidable challenge as border control determines which reasons are legitimate- often with no knowledge of traditions. Only in recent history has Indigenous migration been restricted and disqualified as a human right. An Indigenous future means free movement because heritage transcends borders. This is about the protection of the sacred: sacred land, sacred relations, sacred sovereignty and sacred traditions that require a sense of place and home. Our relationality does not end at a structural, colonial boundary. We would like to include a trigger warning for violence and sexual assault which appears in some of the stories. If you are listening with younger children, or would like to avoid hearing for your own sake, we offer warning within the episode and encourage you to skip portions at your own discretion. Due to complications, this episode was taken down. It's been reevaluated and recut. We apologize for any confusion, so thank you for your patience, and we hope you enjoy the rerelease.+++ Please consider becoming a Patreon subscriber: https://www.patreon.com/allmyrelationspodcast For our Patreon Subscribers, we will be offering a special virtual screening of Jon Ayon's film, No Soy Óscar: https://jonayon.com/nosoyoscar/ with a special virtual q&a with Jon, Dr.Dr.Dez and Matika.+++Special thanks to the following people for sharing their voices:Ral ChristmanMartha and Stan Rodriguez Cynthia Parada Riss HillWilly WhiteLori CachorraTomas JeffersonPenelope JeffersonPreston ArrowweedDan CheinMike Benavides Andrea Rudnik Team BrownsvilleEnrique LopezEmily SmithLupita Alonso+++ Learn more about Team Brownsville: https://www.teambrownsville.org/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amrpodcast/Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/amrpodcast)Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/amrpodcast)
Native Lights is a weekly, half-hour radio program hosted by Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe members and siblings, Leah Lemm and Cole Premo. Native Lights is a space for people in Native communities around Mni Sota Mkoce -- a.k.a. Minnesota -- to tell their stories about finding their gifts and sharing them with the community.Native Lights – Honoring the Life and Legacy AIM Co-Founder Clyde Bellecourt (1938-2022) – Part 1Today, the first of two special editions of our show, honoring the life and legacy of NeeGawNwayWeeDun, The Thunder Before the Storm, who was known by his colonial name Clyde Bellecourt. Bellecourt passed away in his Minneapolis home on January 11th, 2022. He was 85.Clyde Bellecourt was a member of the White Earth Band of Ojibwe and was a long-time civil rights advocate and co-founded the American Indian Movement in 1968. Throughout his many decades of activism, Bellecourt and AIM leaders sought solutions to police brutality, treaty rights, housing discrimination, and the loss of Indian children. He fought to create culturally specific education, innovative job programs, against sports mascots, and for human rights for Indigenous people here and around the world. His work was revolutionary and sometimes controversial. Today we honor NeeGawNwayWeeDun, by hearing from community members who knew him well, and who share stories and shed light on the impact and legacy of Clyde Bellecourt.Miigwech to the folks who have shared their stories in these shows: Dr. Kate Beane (Flandreau Santee Dakota and Muskogee Creek), Dr. Brenda J. Child Ph.D. (Red Lake Nation), Dr. Antony Stately Ph.D. (Ojibwe and Oneida), Robert Pilot (Ho-Chunk Nation), Bob Rice (White Earth Nation), Steve Premo (Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe), and Bob Blake (Red Lake Nation). Native Lights: Where Indigenous Voices Shine is produced by Minnesota Native News and Ampers, Diverse Radio for Minnesota's Communities with support from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage fund. Online at https://minnesotanativenews.org/
Tonight my guest is Morgan from BC Canada and he is here to share his personal encounters as well as many others from his First Nations friends and family who have had experiences own and near the reservations. Please share the show and be sure to rate and review! To become a member and get AD free shows, FREE show merchandise, EXCLUSIVE video and extended audio use the link below to head over to Patreon for INSTANT access. https://www.patreon.com/sasquatchodyssey
Episode No. 532 features artist Sandy Rodriguez and curator Austen Barron Bailly. Sandy Rodriguez's history-and-the-present addressing work is featured in four ongoing museum presentations, including: "Mixpantli: Contemporary Echoes" at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art through June 12; "Borderlands" at the Huntington Library until fall; "Re:Visión Art in the Americas" at the Denver Art Museum through July 17; and "Sandy Rodriguez: In Isolation," a solo exhibition of 30 new works on paper that join addresses of American history to present events such as the COVID-19 pandemic and mass responses to police violence. It's on view through April 17. In addition, Rodriguez is included in the Denver Art Museum exhibition "Traitor, Survivor, Icon: The Legacy of La Malinche," which will open February 6 before traveling to the San Antonio Museum of Art. Rodriguez's work explores the methods and materials of painting in works that address Native and colonial histories, memory and contemporary events. Among her exhibition credits are the recent triennial at El Museo del Barrio, the Riverside Art Museum, Art + Practice, Los Angeles, and more. On the second segment, Austen Barron Bailly discusses "In American Waters: The Sea in American Painting." The exhibition, which is at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art through January 31, features assorted pictures of marine art from across 250 years of US history. Bailly co-curated the show with Daniel Finamore.
Ohio State added a coach this morning from nearby Cincinnati. Perry Eliano is the new safeties coach. What's Eliano's reputation? How is he on the recruiting trail? 247Sports Director of Recruiting Steve Wiltfong knows Eliano well and has plenty to say about the addition. Wiltfong also breaks down the addition of Justin Frye - an Indiana native - and how he could help bring more talent to the WHAC. Also: * Will Omari Abor stick with his Ohio State commitment? * Is Christen Miller a legit option for the Buckeyes? Spend 5ish with us this a.m., 'Nutters! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As MLK Day and Tu B'Shvat overlap this coming week, April and Tracie unpack the lessons we can learn from trees and their growth in our racial justice journeys. They get into the nuances and differences between treating the symptoms of oppression and injustice – often addressed through “service” – and diagnosing and healing the root causes. And, they think about what we can do to genuinely honor Dr. King's legacy. Check out our discussion/reflection questions for this episode: https://joyousjustice.com/blog/jews-talk-racial-justice-ep-71Find April and Tracie's full bios and submit topic suggestions for the show at www.JewsTalkRacialJustice.comLearn more about Joyous Justice where April is the founding and fabulous (!) director, and Tracie is a senior partner: https://joyousjustice.com/Support the work our Jewish Black & Native woman-led vision for collective liberation here: https://joyousjustice.com/support-our-workRead more of Tracie's thoughts at her blog: https://www.bmoreincremental.com/Learn more about Racial Justice Launch Pad and join the waitlist: https://joyousjustice.com/racial-justice-launch-padLearn more about Tu B'Shvat https://www.myjewishlearning.com/article/tu-bishvat-ideas-beliefs/Read Dr. King's “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” here: https://www.csuchico.edu/iege/_assets/documents/susi-letter-from-birmingham-jail.pdfLearn more about or register for the MLK event Tracie is moderating: https://jufj.org/event/mlk-22/ Learn more about Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel: https://www.myjewishlearning.com/article/abraham-joshua-heschel-a-prophets-prophet/
Balaji Sreenivasan is the founder, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), and board member at Aurigo Software Technologies based in Austin, TX. Balaji has played a critical role in shaping Aurigo over the last 18 years to be a modern enterprise cloud software business that is helping (construction) infrastructure owners plan and build over $300 billion of capital projects more efficiently. Balaji spends his time on product strategy, customer delight, and enabling the amazing people at Aurigo to be their best. He is an alumnus of the National Institute of Technology (NIT), Trichy, and the University of Florida, Gainesville. Aurigo has helped plan and deliver over 40,000 projects across North America. Their customers include eight US DOTs, the Ministry of Transportation, Ontario, and several large agencies, including Cities of Seattle, Houston, and Las Vegas, and the Dallas Area Rapid Transit, to name a few. Aurigo is North America's #1 provider of Enterprise Cloud Software that helps Infrastructure owners plan and build smarter so they can build better. Their mission is to digitally transform the way capital infrastructure, such as roads, highways, sea ports, airports, water authorities and light rail transits are planned and delivered in North America. They have a leading portfolio of software subscription offerings with over $100M bookings. Show Highlights Aurigo, a cloud based enterprise focused on infrastructure and the construction lifecycle from an owner's perspective. Combination of business opportunity and core skills to benefit infrastructure. What drove Balaji to fill gaps in this industry? Entrepreneurship tips on building a network, finding mentors, and later angel investors. A platform to deliver funded projects across the US. Infrastructure and resiliency and so much more? Native mobile apps that harness data across the entire construction lifecycle to make better decisions at every stage. Project Sentiment Analysis from conceptual design to ribbon cutting. “Everyone out there, if they're not thinking of sustainability, thinking about how to have an infrastructure asset that can protect the environment and not harm it…they're not thinking of building a better tomorrow. They may not be asking themselves: how do I build a better tomorrow? You build a better tomorrow by planning with confidence; you build with quality and you maintain with efficiency.” -Balaji Sreenivasan Balaji Sreenivasan Transcript Balaji Sreenivasan's Show Resource and Information Linkedin Aurigo Software Technologies Books | Bill Gates Klara and the Sun: Connect with Charlie Cichetti and GBES Charlie on LinkedIn Green Building Educational Services GBES on Twitter Connect on LinkedIn Like on Facebook Google+ GBES Pinterest Pins GBES on Instagram GBES is excited our membership community is growing. Consider joining our membership community as members are given access to some of the guests on the podcasts that you can ask project questions. If you are preparing for an exam, there will be more assurance that you will pass your next exam, you will be given cliff notes if you are a member, and so much more. Go to www.gbes.com/join to learn more about the 4 different levels of access to this one-of-a-kind career-advancing green building community! If you truly enjoyed the show, don't forget to leave a positive rating and review on iTunes. We have prepared more episodes for the upcoming weeks, so come by again next week! Thank you for tuning in to the Green Building Matters Podcast! Copyright © 2021 GBES
One year on from the start of Deb Haaland's historic term as America's first Indigenous Interior Secretary, Native political watchers give their insights into the major issues likely to make waves in 2022. Experts have their eyes on the future of the Indian Child Welfare Act, the jurisdiction questions unfolding in Oklahoma, rising Native political leaders and the back-and-forth over protecting important land.
You've heard of email bankruptcy. Now, I want you to feel OK to declare to do, task, or project bankruptcy for better productivity and a quieter mind.Even if you follow a certain system, your to dos, tasks, ideas, projects, tickets in dev trackers, etc. add up over time. While they may not be in front of you each day, they carry more of a cognitive load than you realize.As you go about your day, that means there's always another thing to do in the back of your mind. That can cause you to get distracted, try to relate what you're doing to other tasks, or develop stress and anxiety.There's no time like the present to simply start afresh. In today's show, I'll share what to do bankruptcy is and how to get started with it.Watch the video version of this episode.Links Thomas Frank on The best way to tame your overwhelming to-do list David Allen's Getting Things Done Basecamp's Shape Up Chapter 7 Follow newsletter @kenyarmosh /in/kenyarmosh kenyarmosh.com
Arooj Aftab is nominated for Best New Artist at this year's Grammys. She sings in mostly Urdu, and her work is inspired by an ancient form of Islamic poetry. COVID is here to stay, says epidemiologist Michael Osterholm. Now the question of how to live with COVID remains. The three men who chased and killed Ahmaud Arbery now face a second trial, this time on federal hate crime charges. KCRW recaps the past weekend's big NFL games and remembers comedian Bob Saget, who died on Sunday.
This week we are joined by Competitive Martial Artist and Founder and Head Coach of Kurtz MMA, Alyssa Kurtz. Alyssa opens up about her past trauma including being in and out of psychiatric hospitals as a teen and young adult, what her rock bottom really looked like, the exact turning point in her life, and how a combination of Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Martial Arts literally saved her. Alyssa also walks us through some DBT exercises we can all practice and offers tips for applying the teachings of martial arts to your life in order to set healthy boundaries and cultivate self-respect. Tune in to find out how she utilizes the tools that changed her life to help others. ***Alyssa candidly shares about her past trauma and self-destructive behavior. Please use discretion if you think the content in this episode may be upsetting to you. For 65 bonus episodes, exclusive rewards, and to influence content for the show, join our Patreon community: https://www.patreon.com/selfhelpless Delanie's comped resources for entrepreneurs: https://www.delaniefischer.com Kelsey's Tour Dates: https://www.kelseycook.com This episode was sponsored by BetterHelp, Dipsea, and Native! As a listener, you'll get 10% off your first month by visiting our sponsor at BetterHelp.com/selfhelpless. Dipsea is offering an extended 30-day free trial when you go to DipseaStories.com/helpless. Go to NativeDeo.com/helpless and use promo code helpless at checkout, to get 20% off your first order! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Stories in this episode: -Creep At the Home Haunted House - Jella74 (0:43). -The SUV - Bethany (15:44). -The Jigsaw Woman - Lynea (30:28). -Chased Home - Curly (36:17). -I Thought We Were Alone - Jasmine (44:58). Exclusive Patreon Content: -While I'll Never Go Back To The Abandoned Mall - MrUncleFunky. -Circled Like Prey - Cat. All of the stories you've heard this week were narrated and produced with the permission of their respective authors. Let's Not Meet: A True Horror Podcast is not associated with Reddit or any other message boards online. To submit your story to the show, send it to email@example.com. Get access to extended, ad-free episodes of Let's Not Meet: A True Horror Podcast with bonus stories every week along with a bunch of other great exclusive material and merch at patreon.com/letsnotmeetpodcast. This podcast would not be possible to continue at this rate without the help of the support of the legendary LNM Patrons. Come join the family! Calm is offering my listeners a special limited time promotion of 40% off a Calm Premium subscription at CALM.COM/meet. Try EveryPlate for just $1.79 per meal by going to EveryPlate.com and entering code meet179. This year up your personal hygiene routine with Native. Check out NativeDeo.com/meet, or use promo code MEET at checkout, and get 20% off your first order today. Go to HelloFresh.com/lnm16 and use code lnm16 for up to 16 free meals and 3 free gifts. - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/433173970399259/ - Twitter - https://twitter.com/letsnotmeetcast - Website - https://letsnotmeetpodcast.com - Patreon - https://patreon.com/letsnotmeetpodcast - Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/letsnotmeetcast/ - Twitch - https://twitch.tv/andrewtatelive
Last week, for the first episode of 2022, I shared my personal experience with Covid. On this week's episode, I reflect on this past year, thanking my guests from 2021 and acknowledging that 2022 marks the beginning of our 5th year of the podcast. In the year 2021, we had a total of 19 guests, plus 2 tributes to dear friends, previous guests who died this year: re-releasing my conversations with Peter Fish and Tony Falco. We recorded 12 of our 19 guests via Zoom, with only 7 being able to be here in person. This past year, I shared 24 stories or guided meditations. I told personal stories, reflected on “whiteness”, communed with angels, and deepened my reverence for mystics and mystery. I became more curious to actively learn more about the Native people of where I live - the Lenni Lenape people. I dropped into more intimacy with nature and welcomed the everyday miracles that surround us. I hope that my guests and stories this past year have helped to uplift and inspire you along your journey. Thank you, 2021 for another year of inspiring guests, personal reflections, stories and meditations. May we all practice restoring humanity, dignity, compassion, and justice. May you be safe and healthy, and join me in searching for the mysterious, wondrous ways the Universe is conspiring to support us in 2022. Enjoy the podcast.
Quiana Dishface knew that going to high school off the Navajo Nation was her best shot at going to college to play basketball. On the reservation, where they played fast paced rez ball, she was a star player. At her new school, however, she faced racism both on and off the court – and she had to adapt to a new, more traditional style of basketball that clashed with some of her rez ball strengths.But everything changed when her team was down one point near the end of a game, and her coach made the call: “give the ball to Q.”For more on the episode, go to https://www.rocketmortgage.com/learn/podcast-season-2-episode-1
Empower Your Mornings! We conclude our Best of Series with "Empowering Morning Affirmations to Start Your Day - Best of Series" The sister episode to this one is Episode 259 More Empowering Affirmations to Start Your Day Want the ad free version for $0.99 USD? Buy it on the app at AffirmationPodApp.com And don't forget to check out the new Alexa flash briefing "Your Morning Minute." It guides you through deep breaths and empowering questions, all in one minute! Available as an Alexa flash briefing, a podcast, and its own section on the Affirmation Pod app! Find out more at YourMorningMinute.com TODAY'S SPONSOR Native creates deodorant formulated without aluminum, parabens or talc. They also have body wash, toothpaste and sunscreen! They've got over 16,000 5-star reviews and have free shipping on all US orders. I love that Native partners with 1% for the planet. This means they donate 1% of plastic free deodorant sales to environmental nonprofits. To get 20% OFF your first purchase go to NativeDeodorant.com and use Native Promo Code AFFIRMATION WANT MORE EPISODES LIKE THIS ONE? Episode 371 Breathwork and Affirmations To Start Your Day Episode 339 Starting Your Week Episode 320 Morning Mirror Talk Episode 306 Morning Affirmations II Episode 197 Your Good Morning Coach Episode 51 New Day Affirmations Episode 32 Morning Affirmations Episode 11 Good Morning My Body LOOK WHO LOVES AFFIRMATION POD!!
This week we bring to you a bilingual discussion with Roto! We talk about his approach to language learning, his experience meeting someone who HAS achieved native level, and his thoughts on immersion. Roto Links: ► Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDsz... Our Links: ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/korepoddo ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/korepoddo/ ► Join our Discord: https://discord.gg/Cp2Fdhh More KoreKara: ► Interview with AJATTers: https://bit.ly/3wZPFYq ► Watch KoreKara Clips: https://bit.ly/2XA7Zvg
Kevin Smith and Marc Bernardin zoom into the virtual Scum & Villiany Cantina for the first time in 2022 to talk the first two episodes of Boba Fett as well as talk to DP Dave Klein about the show, and remembering the late great Rob Bruce. SPONSOR: Thanks to immi for sponsoring today's video. Go to https://thld.co/immi_fatman_0122 to save $5 off your order SPONSOR:This year up your personal hygiene routine with Native. Go to https://nativedeo.com/fatman and get 20% off your first order.
A skin walker, multiple hat man hauntings and weird coincidences highlight this all-new edition of Campfire. Happy New Year! FOR A FULL PODCAST TRANSCRIPT GO HERE -NATIVE- This year up your personal hygiene routine with Native. Go to nativedeo.com/campfire or use promo code campfire at checkout, and get twenty percent off your first order. -STITCHFIX- Stitch Fix Freestyle is your trusted style destination where you can discover and instantly buy curated items based on your style, likes and lifestyle. There's no subscription required and they offer free shipping, returns and exchanges. Get started today by filling out your style quiz at StitchFix.com/campfire -HELLOFRESH- HelloFresh is America's #1 Meal Kit! Go to HelloFresh.com/campfire16 and use code campfire16 for up to 16 free meals AND 3 free gifts.
In response to ongoing tragedies and increased reports of human trafficking attempts, the Yurok Tribe declared a missing and murdered Indigenous women emergency. Tribal officials intend to raise awareness in an attempt to fight statistics that Native women are trafficked at disproportionate rates and murders of Native women are much more likely to go unsolved.
It's the first week of January and April and Tracie are thinking about resolutions. We delve into willpower, habits, and mindset, and discuss the role of American individualism in the culture of New Year's Resolutions. Ultimately, we look for a better way to change our habits–and stop beating ourselves up with flawed systems.Check out our discussion/reflection questions for this episode: https://joyousjustice.com/blog/jews-talk-racial-justice-ep-70Find April and Tracie's full bios and submit topic suggestions for the show at www.JewsTalkRacialJustice.comLearn more about Joyous Justice where April is the founding and fabulous (!) director, and Tracie is a senior partner.: https://joyousjustice.com/Support the work our Jewish Black & Native woman-led vision for collective liberation here: https://joyousjustice.com/support-our-workRead more of Tracie's thoughts at her blog: https://www.bmoreincremental.com/Learn more about Racial Justice Launch Pad and join the waitlist: https://joyousjustice.com/racial-justice-launch-padRead more about James Clear and his book Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones https://jamesclear.com/atomic-habitsLearn more about Cheshbon Hanefesh (Soul Accounting) here: https://www.judaismyourway.org/2021/08/20/soul-accounting/Read more about the Heath Brothers and their book Switch: How to Change Things when Change is Hard: https://heathbrothers.com/books/switch/Learn more about a growth mindset vs. fixed mindset here: https://positivepsychology.com/growth-mindset-vs-fixed-mindset/Read more about Thich Nat Hanh: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Th%C3%ADch_Nh%E1%BA%A5t_H%E1%BA%A1nhFind out more about Mussar: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musar_movement#:~:text=The%20Musar%20movement%20Learn more about Sonia Choquette here: https://soniachoquette.net/Read more about the book Habits of a Happy Brain: Retrain Your Brain to Boost Your Serotonin, Dopamine, Oxytocin, & Endorphin Levels by Loretta Graziano Breuning: https://www.indiebound.org/book/9781440590504
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Get your estimated IELTS Band Score. Take the IELTS Quiz at https://www.allearsenglish.com/myscore On today's show we congratulate the winners of our IELTS Energy share contest, and, in their honor, we'll teach you three idioms about winning and success that you can use on your next IELTS Exam.
Cascara is a fantastic Pacific Northwest native tree. Adaptable, great for wildlife, and not too big this is a great native tree to add to your property.In this episode, we dive into cascaras and how to grow them on your property. Plus we will look at some of the uses of these great trees.Check out the show notes to learn more about Cascara trees and get access to the resources mentioned in this episode. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/growingwithnature)
This latest podcast is with Wyoming historian and professional rock climber Sam Lightner Jr. What an interesting path and journey his life choices have taken him on. His life choices took him on adventures to discover history in other parts of the world, learning about people, culture and their mountains. Sam is our historian for our new podcast from Wyoming Humanities – (shhhhhh….I can't tell you the name yet until we launch later this month). Sam was raised in Jackson, Wyoming. At different times he has been fortunate enough to also live in southern Thailand, Banff, Alberta, and Moab, Utah, but Wyoming has always been "home." Traveling and living in such diverse places has helped Sam greatly as a writer. Not only has it provided a plethora of settings to build stories upon, but also given insight into diverse people and cultures. But in the meantime check out Sam's new book, Wyoming: A History of the American West. And I'll keep you posted on the release!
We are overwhelmed with data today. From email, files, notes, and much more. Yet we still adhere either to systems adapted from the physical world or overly complex methods to keep ourselves sane. What if there is a better way?Today, I cover my much simpler digital "unsystem" I use to manage my professional and personal life. It leverages the power of digital instead of making you a categorizer, labeler, and filer. Instead of a series of complex rules, it's a set of principles you can use and adopt yourself. Steal it and make it yours to get significant hours back in your week. Watch the video version of this episode.Topics 0:00 - Introduction 4:20 - Email 8:08 - Files 13:19 - Notes 17:04 - Wrap up Follow newsletter @kenyarmosh /in/kenyarmosh kenyarmosh.com
Ready or not the high-priced food plots are coming. The price of herbicide, fertilizer, freight, and seed is here. Food plot planting during 2022 is going to look different and expensive, so necessary precautions should be taken. Prior planning is essential so you don't break the bank. We cover four main ways to not fall victim to paying the high price for inputs this year. First, we discuss the ways to cut herbicide usage. Secondly, we explain the role that perennial plots like the Revival blend from Stratton Seed is an eleven-month crop for many portions of the country. It also does not need to be planted annually, this crop should last 6-7 years. The third option is to consider allowing some food plots to go fallow for a year. Lastly, we discuss how producing food for wildlife doesn't have to be in the form of food plots. Native vegetation should play an even larger role moving forward on your recreational property. Please share this message with other landowners so they can plan food plots properly for 2022 and beyond.
We've all heard about the microbiome and how important it is to human health. But have you thought about the microbiome of animals? Native Microbials is an innovative company that specializes in optimizing the gut bacteria of animals including cattle, chickens, and even your pets! My guest today is Mallory Embree, Chief Science Officer at Native MIcrobials. She along with her co-founder, Mike Seely, started Native Microbials in 2015 to produce the next generation of feed supplements to improve the health, productivity, and sustainability of animals with microbes that are native to them. Mallory's love of microbes comes across as we chat about: - How Native Microbials started - What microbes can do for animals - What the microbiome actual is - Antibiotic resistance Native Microbials products can help - How Native Microbials is different than just a probiotic - The process for finding the best microbes - The promising data on reduction in methane production - How Native Microbials may impact the cell-based meat industry Resources: Robert Hungate Research Paper: The Western Diet–Microbiome-Host Interaction and Its Role in Metabolic Disease Connect with Mallory: Website: Native Microbials Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: Mallory Embree Instagram: @arksusdaily and @galaxis_native *** Episode Credits: Thank you to all who've made this show possible. Our hosts are Diana Rodgers and James Connelly. Our producer is Emily Soape. And of course, we are grateful for our sponsors, Patreon supporters, and listeners. This episode was brought to you by my new Sustainavore Course! Are you confused about which diet is best for your health and the planet? Are you feeling frustrated with quick-fix diets and conflicting nutrition information? Check out Sustainavore. You will learn how to feel confidant that the food you're buying is the right choice for your health and the environment. The course includes over 7 hours of video instruction from me and 60 daily emails full of tips, tricks, and motivation to keep you going - plus lots of bonus material. For a limited time, I am offering special discount pricing so head over to The Sustainavore Course now!
Gaea Star Crystal Radio Hour #473 is an hour of visionary acoustic improv music performed live by The Gaea Star Band with Mariam Massaro on vocals, Native flute, acoustic guitar, 12-string acoustic guitar, percussion and ukulele, Bob Sherwood on piano and Craig Harris on congas and Native drums. Recorded on a cold early winter day in 2021 at Singing Brook Studio in Worthington, Massachusetts, today's show begins with the relaxed, soft groove of “Oh, The Wind”, a whisper of a minor key ballad with a lovely, focused vocal from Mariam over the band's unrushed backing. Leading on from “Oh, The Wind” as something of a second movement, “I Awoke” is a beautiful, prayerful musing from Mariam scattered with beautiful Native flute passages over a hypnotic series of piano figures from Bob. “The Floodgates Of Our Hearts” is a somber, whispering prayer given shape by Craig's steady conga work and “Sing Down The Walls” is a classic song from Mariam's “Gaea Star Crystal” album, here given a rich, emotional treatment with fine vocals and acoustic guitar from Mariam. In honor of the tenth anniversary of the Gaea Star Goddess Show at Northampton's Academy Of Music the band presents a tight rendition of “Isis” that hits all the right points as well as a virtuosic take of the beautiful Goddess song “Queen Of Heaven” with fine playing on all sides. Learn more about Mariam here: http://www.mariammassaro.com
THIS WEEK: THE SEGMENT GAUNTLET! Luke and Quinn are simply meshing their favorite segments together with a debut: Awkward Scenarios with Luke! Also featured are Hey Quinn, What's this Move About?, AITA, and Tough Topics with Quinn. Listen as Quinn discovers they gaslit their mom as a child. ALL THIS AND MORE, this week!And yeah...we know there's rain in the background for some of it. Sue us.Email us with your thoughts, opinions, suggestions, or anything you just wanna shout into the void: email@example.comFind us online, since we have an actual social media manager now!Twitter: @hmofpodInstagram: @hearmeoutfriendsNovember is over, but Native peoples are here every day of the year. Check out some of the links below to learn more and support the people who lived here first.General info for the U.SMore InfoWho's Land Are You On?Native Businesses You Can SupportResources for TeachingIndigenous PodcastsMusic by Mothfinger, find them on Soundcloud.
Rocket Mortgage is an Equal housing lender licensed in all 50 states. NMLSconsumeraccess.org #3030Stephanie Foo returns with a second season of 10 brand-new episodes. Follow along as Stephanie explores the meaning of home with people from across the country. Like the Native girl who takes her basketball skills off the Navajo Nation; the personal chef to baseball's top player, who finds himself the mayor of a city of mobile homes; the young refugee who learns to love LA thanks to the Red Hot Chili Peppers; and the homeless family struggling to settle in after they find housing and more in season 2 of Home. Made.
We celebrate a great year in Native music. We touched in with old favorites like Keith Secola, established artists like PIQSIQ taking their connection to culture to new frontiers, and up-and-coming talents like Ailani making connections with new audiences. We'll take a look at the last 12 months of outstanding Native talent. This is a pre-recorded show so we will not be taking callers live on the air.
I learned a ton from Ben in this episode and the conversation really shed some light on how we can all work together to help coffee farmers earn a sustainable income. Hearing about the landscape, the people, the culture, the native language, and the laughter is what makes coffee so special. There is a story to be shared for everyone in the coffee supply chain and the happier we can make everyone's experience in that chain the better off we will be as a coffee culture. Hope you enjoyed this episode! Links to Native Root Coffee's IG and Website are below. Website: https://nativerootcoffee.comIG: https://www.instagram.com/nativerootcoffee/?hl=enFavorites Coffee Books: Coffee Roasting Best Practices: https://amzn.to/38uRJih (Deep in the weeds)The World Atlas of Coffee: https://amzn.to/3s4tiQg (Overall view of the coffee stages)My Mic I use: Shure MV7 Mic: https://amzn.to/3fakq72Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/robpirie?fan_landing=true)
Episode 6: Supporting Honeybees and Native PollinatorsOptions for supporting bees without the ability to keep a hive, or before jumping into installing an apiaryWhy are bees important?Honeybees and native pollinators travel from flower to flower for pollen and nectar which they bring back to the hive. During this process they transfer pollen attached to the hairs on the legs between the flowers. This pollen transfer is what fertilizes a crop's reproductive system creating food. Without pollination and bees, there would be far less food. Native and wild plants would also go unpollinated resulting in a major lack of food for wildlife, thus collapsing entire ecosystems.Why are bee numbers declining?According to USDA, “Beginning in 2006, experts noted significant yearly declines in honey bee colonies... Years of research determined the decline was likely attributable to a wide range of stressors such as pests, diseases, pesticides, pollutants/toxins, nutritional deficits, habitat loss, effects of climate variability, agricultural production intensification, reduced species or genetic diversity, and pollinator or crop management practices.”SourcePlant bee friendly treesProvide more forage for bees in a smaller spaceExample: Crepe Myrtles, Serviceberries, Maples, Fruiting trees, Black LocustResources: https://www.arborday.org/trees/health/pests/article-trees-for-bees.cfmEmbrace weeds, wildflowers and prairie spacesNative wild growth perfectly adapted to your specific climate and your native bees' needs (no need to purchase plants, sow seeds, plant transplants, etc., water, maintain, etc.) Stop spraying herbicides, pesticides and chemicals on bees' food sourcesResourcesNational Wildlife Federation native plant finder by zip code. Ranks plants by use of butterfly and moth species as host plants. Includes trees, grasses, flowers and shrubshttps://www.nwf.org/NativePlantFinder/PlantsLease land to beekeeperBeekeepers will place hives on your property and maintain them in exchange for honey or payment. Supports local bees and their keepers.Check in with local zoning office for restrictions/ordinances on hive placementResourcesLease Honey connects land owners and farmers with beekeepers looking for space. Helps to increase crop yields, raise bee population numbers and can even cut down on property taxes in some states.https://leasehoney.com/Interplant flowers and flowering herbs in the vegetable garden to attract/feed bees and increase crop yields.Companion plants for crops include lavender, nasturtium, chives, thyme, basil, mint, parsley, dill, fennel, catmintResourcesFarmers' AlmanacChart of companion plants by vegetable. Also lists benefits of various plants.https://www.almanac.com/companion-planting-chart-vegetablesPollinator Perennial GardenPerennials tend to have longer blooming periods and return year after yearExamples include salvia, coneflower, bee balm, rudbeckia, lavender, hyssop, sedum,
A group of young Native artists received VIP treatment leading up to what became the storied event starting on August 15, 1969. They were excited to offer their work to a new East Coast audience and take in the impressive line-up of musical acts. But they were in for a big surprise as the adventure on Max Yasgur's farm in New York took on a life of its own and became a historic gathering. We'll get remembrances from those who were there and what the experience means to them now. This is an encore show so we will not be taking callers live on the air.
We are so excited to have Colombia-born & based designer, Mercedes Salazar, on The Style That Binds Us podcast! Her collection includes exquisite jewelry, handbags, hats, homegoods and more. They have been featured in Harper's Bazaar, Forbes, Refinery29, The Zoe Report among many others. We hope you enjoy discovery Mercedes Salazar's beautiful world and brand! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/delia-folk8/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/delia-folk8/support
In this week's episode, April and Tracie talk about how questions around racial justice often come from a place of “stuckness,” keeping us from making real progress on racial justice. They discuss ways in which you can work through your questions to get past this stuckness. Check out our discussion/reflection questions for this episode: https://joyousjustice.com/blog/jews-talk-racial-justice-ep-69Find April and Tracie's full bios and submit topic suggestions for the show at www.JewsTalkRacialJustice.comLearn more about Joyous Justice where April is the founding and fabulous (!) director, and Tracie is a senior partner.: https://joyousjustice.com/Read more of Tracie's thoughts at her blog: https://www.bmoreincremental.com/Support the work our Jewish Black & Native woman-led vision for collective liberation here: https://joyousjustice.com/support-our-workLearn more about Racial Justice Launch Pad and join the waitlist: https://joyousjustice.com/racial-justice-launch-padRead more about Black and white children's reactions to “The Doll Test” here:https://www.naacpldf.org/ldf-celebrates-60th-anniversary-brown-v-board-education/significance-doll-test/Listen to our episode on urgency here: https://joyousjustice.com/blog/jews-talk-racial-justice-s2e3-flip-the-script-on-urgent-actionListen to our episode on “staying humble and keep going” here: https://joyousjustice.com/blog/jews-talk-racial-justice-ep-68Read about learned helplessness here: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/basics/learned-helplessnessLearn more about land acknowledgements here: https://nativegov.org/news/a-guide-to-indigenous-land-acknowledgment/Learn more about the “5 Whys” here: https://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newTMC_5W.htmCheck out Emily Guy Birken's book, End Financial Stress Now here: https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/End-Financial-Stress-Now/Emily-Guy-Birken/9781440599132
(Lander, WY) - Patti and Jason Baldes from the Wind River Native Advocacy Center stopped by 1330 KOVE AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time today, and filled in host Vince Tropea on the details for tomorrow's annual meeting and buffalo tour. h/t Wind River Native Advocacy Center image Initially the buffalo tour was going to begin at 12:00 PM, but was moved to 10:00 AM after tours for both herds became an option. h/t Wind River Native Advocacy Center image Patti and Jason not only gave us the details about the meeting and tour, but also provided background on the Advocacy Center's mission, spoke to the importance of reintroducing buffalo to their original lands, and stressed the need for passing the animal's importance on to future generations. Check out the full Coffee Time interview with Patti and Jason below, and be sure to attend what sounds like an amazing day of events and information. Be sure to tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 9:30 AM on 1330 KOVE AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.
Real Native Roots: Untold Stories presents three young Native men, Delmar Blackhorse, Hersal Clark, and Adrian Dotson, doing their part in helping us to heal and release toxicity through honest and raw conversations. Learn more about where they are from, what shaped them, what they like to cook, origin story of the Y.A.F.podcast (Your Aunties Favorite Podcast) and much more. #Y.A.F.Podcast https://www.instagram.com/yafpod/ https://www.facebook.com/yafpod #RealNativeRootsUntoldStories #RealNativeRootsPodcast https://realnativeroots.com/ https://www.facebook.com/RealNativeRootsUntoldStories https://www.instagram.com/realnativeroots_untoldstories/
Welcome to part two of the Native Digitals series here at Lochhead on Marketing. On this episode, we have a conversation with Hannah Grady Williams on how your business can tap into the Native Digitals workforce. For those who are not familiar of what Native Digitals are, give part one of this series a quick listen (LOM 137). Hannah Grady Williams is the Gen Z CEO Advisor, sort of like a Gen Z whisperer for CEOs and executive. She is the author of a new book called A Leader's Guide to Unlocking Gen Z: Inside strategies to empower your team. If you are over the age of 35, which is a Native Analog, this is a must-listen podcast. Because Hannah has a tremendous amount of insight for how Native Analogs can bridge the gap to work, recruit, and build our companies with a whole new slew of Native Digitals workforce. Generation Differences: Gen X vs Gen Z, Native Digital vs Native Analog When asked if the generation differences also coincide with the category of Native Analogs and Native Digitals, Hannah says that there are overlaps, but they are not completely the same. These overlaps are more on how each generation treats technology. “Well, Gen Z, you think about all the kids sitting around the table constantly on their phones, not paying attention to anything. To you, you think it's a distraction or something that's taking my mind and my presence away from the people around me. The way I see it is a door that opens me to experiences I never could have had in my natural environment. As I've grown older, I've realized that distinction of the way that my generation looks at the world.” – Hannah Grady Williams How Native Digitals Use Technology, and Why Analogs Don't Get It Hannah then talks about the time his brother mentioned what he has learned from Tik Tok. If you are a casual user, you might think that the platform is just all dance and viral memes. Yet there are people who use the platform to share important life lessons and tips they have learned themselves, in digestible, bite-size content. Sadly, most parents' reaction to someone just spending their time on social media is to just strip their phones or tablets from them. Rather than engaging with them and understanding, they just stop the activity. Because again, to them that is all just distraction. “What they don't realize, you know, if I'm looking from a Gen Xers perspective, or a Boomer's perspective, I think of technology maybe the same way as any other technological innovation that might distract you from family time at the dinner table. But the way my generation sees it is, not only are we getting access to an entirely new world of people. It's actually a portal to a new world. it's a portal, it's a new way of thinking.” – Hannah Grady Williams Millennials and Gen Z are the New Category of Humans Hannah states that Native Digitals is a great way of describing the New Age of Humans that we have now. She also thinks that it will become more pronounced once the next generation Gen Alpha, comes around. Hannah then brings up a book called Ready Player One. It is about living immersed in a digital world and treating the real world as the alternative. While the real-world economy is at a downfall, it didn't really matter to its citizens. As their life is spent in their digital selves, they saw no need to be lavish in real life. While it is an exaggerated version, it does mirror how Native Digitals prioritize their digital lives over their physical ones. You see people buying expensive digital products while in real life, they barely buy new clothes and the like. That's what Native Analogs should take note this early. Otherwise, they might be left hanging once almost everything goes fully digital. To hear more from Hannah Grady Williams and how your business can reel in the Gen Z and Native Digitals of the world, download and listen to this episode. Bio Hannah Williams's story began in a blue pickup truck when her father handed 12-year-old Hannah the phone and...
Making a dense hedgerow can be a challenge. But by planting small spreading native shrubs you can easily have a dense hedgerow. Native plants like Nootka rose and snowberries will quickly will in the gaps can make your hedgerow solid enough to keep even deer out.In this episode, we look at the role small spreading native shrubs can play in creating a dense hedgerow. We use 2 Pacific Northwest native plants as examples of how you can use this strategy.Check out the show notes to learn more about how to use small spreading shrubs to create a dense hedgerow and get access to the resources mentioned in this episode. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/growingwithnature)
For the longest time, history books and local festivals celebrated California's missions with pride. But the missions have another legacy when it comes to that state's Indigenous people that includes slavery, abuse, disease and massacres that cut the Native population to a fifth of what it was. We'll find out how California is coming to grips with its past treatment of Native people.
Born in Iraq, Izzy Imig worked as an interpreter for the US Army during Operation Iraqi Freedom and is now a Rockwood School District parent, and candidate for School Board. She shares her story with Marc Cox. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week's guest is an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation and a Board-Certified Family Medicine physician with more than 20 years' experience in direct primary care, with the majority of her time focused on underserved populations and Native American healthcare. Her name is Dr. Julianna Reece and she first fell in love with public health when she completed an MPH before even going to medical school! Dr. Reece is the Director of the Healthy Tribes Program with the CDC National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion in the Division of Population Health. Her recent roles include serving as the Chief Medical Officer for the Albuquerque Area Indian Health Service (IHS), as well as the Vice Chair of the Heroin, Opioids, and Pain Efforts (HOPE) Committee, a national initiative through the IHS. In this episode of the Public Health Epidemiology Conversations (PHEC) Podcast, Dr. Reece shares some insight into Tribal Epidemiology Centers (TECs) and Tribal Epidemiology Centers Public Health Infrastructure (TECPHI), the importance of tribal sovereignty, and the key role that infrastructure plays in implementing effective solutions, as well as how culture equates with wellness, plus so much more! Visit the PHEC Podcast Show Notes: https://PHECPodcast.com/ Grab Your FREE 10-Page PHEC Podcast eBook: https://mypublichealthcareer.com/ ____ Public Health Consulting & Entrepreneurship EXPO: https://PublicHealthEXPO.com/
They don't call this an Indigenous food movement for nothing. Every year, Native food warriors are taking bigger strides creating a wholesome Native food system, one based on tradition and culture and supported by today's markets, media and palate. 2021 included Native restaurant openings, new food businesses, cookbook releases and tribes fighting to protect traditional resources from a variety of threats. We'll review 2021 in Indigenous food and discuss the trajectory of this culinary movement.
Subscribe to the transcripts at https://www.allearsenglish.com/subscribe What's your favorite snow sport? Today, we have a group conversation as an All Ears English team to discuss our experiences participating in or avoiding snow sports.