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Into America
The Power of the Black Vote: Tackling Our Climate Crisis

Into America

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 37:18


At one point, Florida's Apalachee Bay was dominating the seafood industry, but over the years it has experienced a sharp decline from climate change and environmental destruction. When a local oyster farmer took notice, he connected with his friends at the historically Black college, Florida A&M University, for help. FAMU has a long history of environmental stewardship, and leading environmental causes. That's why this generation of Black students are working on FAMU's Rattler Moji Project, a solar-powered water-sensing buoy that collects data for scientists' research and helps filter clean water for oysters to thrive in the bay once again.This week on Into America, Trymaine Lee visits the sunshine state as part of his “Power of the Black Vote” tour. He joins the Rattler Moji research team to learn how the work they're doing out on the water has influenced how they think about climate change, and how that could impact their vote in the midterm elections this November. For a transcript, please visit msnbc.com/intoamerica. Follow and share the show on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, using the handle @intoamericapod.Thoughts? Feedback? Story ideas? Write to us at intoamerica@nbcuni.com.For More:The Power of the Black Vote: Taking Back the ClassroomThe Power of the Black Vote: Knocking Out Student Loan DebtLouisiana's Last Black Oystermen

95bFM: 95bFM Breakfast with Rachel
95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: Rātū, September 27, 2022

95bFM: 95bFM Breakfast with Rachel

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022


It's a Tuesday morning at bFM studio and Rachel and Zoë serve up a speedy round of Second Guessing, the penultimate chat with the Mayor in Sounding Off w/ Phil Goff, Alice is back for Stage Direction and chats to two of the cast of Po' Boys and Oysters, and there's a Short Player courtesy of Hunter! Whakarongo mai nei! 

95bFM: Stage Direction
Stage Direction w/ Alice Canton, Layla Pitt, & Sandra Zvenyika: September 27, 2022

95bFM: Stage Direction

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022


The wonderful Alice is back after soaking up all the theatre Europe has to offer and we're so happy to have her in the studio again letting us know about all the fantastic theatre we have right here in Aotearoa. Joining her today are Layla and Sandra from Po' Boys and Oysters - a new and original play by Estelle Chout (2021 Adam NZ Play Award finalist). A funny and sophisticated work about Black, queer motherhood in Tāmaki Makaurau, presented by Black Creatives Aotearoa, and on at Basement from tonight until October 8th. You'll wanna book to not miss out! Whakarongo mai nei!

95bFM
95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: Rātū, September 27, 2022

95bFM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022


It's a Tuesday morning at bFM studio and Rachel and Zoë serve up a speedy round of Second Guessing, the penultimate chat with the Mayor in Sounding Off w/ Phil Goff, Alice is back for Stage Direction and chats to two of the cast of Po' Boys and Oysters, and there's a Short Player courtesy of Hunter! Whakarongo mai nei! 

95bFM
Stage Direction w/ Alice Canton, Layla Pitt, & Sandra Zvenyika: September 27, 2022

95bFM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022


The wonderful Alice is back after soaking up all the theatre Europe has to offer and we're so happy to have her in the studio again letting us know about all the fantastic theatre we have right here in Aotearoa. Joining her today are Layla and Sandra from Po' Boys and Oysters - a new and original play by Estelle Chout (2021 Adam NZ Play Award finalist). A funny and sophisticated work about Black, queer motherhood in Tāmaki Makaurau, presented by Black Creatives Aotearoa, and on at Basement from tonight until October 8th. You'll wanna book to not miss out! Whakarongo mai nei!

RNZ: Standing Room Only
Po' Boys and Oysters - Caribbean Kiwi playwright Estelle Chout

RNZ: Standing Room Only

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 10:13


It's been a while, but finally a play about a black lesbian couple wanting to adopt a child is about to hit the stage. Estelle Chout's script for Po' Boys and Oysters was nominated for an Adam's NZ Playwriting Award in 2021 and the comedy's debut was originally scheduled a year ago. But Covid-19 meant the production had to be abandoned...twice. The show will go on later this week with Estelle, who was born in the French Caribbean country of Martinique, in one of the leading roles. She tells Lynn Freeman one of the inspirations of the play was that she simply wasn't seeing stories she could relate to - about Caribbean Kiwi queer life - on our screens or stage. .Po' Boys and Oysters written by and starring Estelle Chout will finally have its debut on the 27th of September at The Basement Theatre in Tamaki Makarau.

Snails & Oysters
The Children's Hour (with Annette Rainey)

Snails & Oysters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 76:53


CONTENT WARNING: Suicide. If you or a loved one are struggling, call the new National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 988. Nat and Alli are delighted to be joined by video editor Annette Rainey to discuss 1961's The Children's Hour, starring Audrey Hepburn and Shirley MacLaine as small town schoolteachers who are ostracized after a student spreads the rumor that the pair are lovers. The film is adapted from the 1934 play of the same name by Lillian Hellman, an ill-tempered Stalinist blacklisted by the House Un-American Activities Committee. Support Snails & Oysters on Patreon: patreon.com/snailsoysters Follow us online: Annette Rainey: instagram.com/annette.c.rainey Snails & Oysters: twitter.com/SnailsOysters Alli Rogers: twitter.com/allinotallie Nat Roberts: letterboxd.com/GnatRoberts Bisexual cups: instagram.com/bisexual_drinks/ Our theme song is Gumballs by Billy Libby: instagram.com/fortgorgeous And our cover art was designed by Abby Austin: instagram.com/abigailbaustin If you read this note, post a review that's the full first paragraph of your favorite fanfic. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

North County News
Legoland, NEW Burgeon Cans, and Local Oysters - Episode #177

North County News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 62:13


Hey North County San Diego! This week Chris went to Legoland and Cassidy enjoyed sports with the fam. There are some interesting MLB rules coming up next year. And did you know that we have local oysters in Carlsbad? Enjoy!

An Eclectic Life with Andrew Whiteside
A new play about lesbian adoption

An Eclectic Life with Andrew Whiteside

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 15:23


Po Boys and Oysters is a new play opening in Auckland 27th September 2022 that tells the story of two black women trying to adopt a child in New Zealand. Written by Estelle Chout, it takes a deep dive into what it means to be black, lesbian, and living in Tamaki Makaurau Auckland in the 21st Century. Estelle stars in the play and she, with fellow actor Layla Pitt sit down to talk to Andrew Whiteside about the production.

Stuff You Should Know
Pearls: Second Best Thing About Oysters

Stuff You Should Know

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 50:19 Very Popular


Pearls are super cool. And humans figuring out how to make them is even cooler. Learn all about the most interesting gemstone today!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Eating Alabama Podcast
Beth Walton Executive Director of Oyster South

Eating Alabama Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 59:01


You can find Oystr South on Instagram and Facebook @OysterSouth and at their website www.OysterSouth.com You can find us on Tik Tok, Instagram, and Facebook @EatingAlabama and at our website www.eatingalabama.net Email me at nick@eatingalabama.net

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast
Join Us at the Club: Celebrating the Oyster!

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 53:45


Oysters are one of humanity's oldest foods and have great historical significance and current-day importance. For John Finger, founding partner and CEO of Hog Island Oyster Company, the shellfish are not only a vocation but a way of life. Finger is a marine biologist who has helped Hog Island become one of the premier producers of certified sustainable shellfish in the country. And Finger's work at Hog Island has never been more important. Today, health, science, technology and climate change all combine to elevate the importance of the oyster and oyster farming to society. The marine equivalent of the canary in the coal mine, oysters are giving scientists a better understanding of rising sea temperatures and ocean acidification, and signaling the need for new scientific and technological solutions, if these and other shellfish are to thrive into the future. There has never been a better time to return to The Commonwealth Club! Come join this special member-led forum event with John Finger to talk about the importance of oysters in the 21st century. MLF ORGANIZER Robbie Kilpatrick SPEAKERS John Finger Founding Partner and CEO, Hog Island Oyster Company Robbie Kilpatrick Member, Board of Governors, The Commonwealth Club of California; Chair, Health and Medicine Member-Ledw We are currently hosting all of our live programming via YouTube live stream. This program was recorded live on September 7th, 2022 by the Commonwealth Club of California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Dogger Saints : An Unofficial St Johnstone podcast
Episode 67 - Blue Heaven Fanzine and the grey area about nudity in the workplace.

Dogger Saints : An Unofficial St Johnstone podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 80:10


No football. No Queen. However, your two favourite good old fashioned lover boys are still here like dynamite with a laser beam, and guaranteed to blow your mind as we bring you Episode 67 of The Dogger Saints Podcast presented by manscaped.com! Yep, there's no unexpectedly Saints match to discuss this week, but we found the time for a kind of magic catch up with our lovely new pal Gary Panton, the man behind Blue Heaven, to discuss fanzines, the changing face of fan media through the years, ‘Biscuits for Scotland', and much more in a brilliant chat. We're also joined by Andy as he plays the game of a fiendishly difficult Saintsmaster and bonus stab at Wendy Who. You know what we like though? Features baby, and we know you do too, so join Sam having such a good time in this weeks trip to The Royal, we see a frankly heinous tributes to the girls who are the Champions in The Club Shop of Shame, another one bites the dust in this weeks Top of the Tops, and we have a flash return of our old favourite Theme Team for your listening pleasure! The show must go on as the cinch returns this weekend, and we have a right good look forward to the Saints taking on Ross County at McDiarmid, in which Dan spends five minutes saying we'll stick with the same team, and we give you a sneak peak into some real treats we might have coming for you. Dan discusses work etiquette! Sam turns Scouse! Bollocks like Oysters! We've got it all, and somehow more, so why not break free from it all for 80 minutes and come and have a right good time with the boys. Get there! Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code DOGGER at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod

One Radio Network
09.12.22 Bergstrrom Atom One

One Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 104:28


ORN Atom Bergstom show notes 9/12/22 Part One Patrick shared his 8/3/22 enema experience. After effects made him cancel Atom's 9/5/22 show. The effects on heat on the body. The cell is designed to be slightly acidic. The life is in the acids, which are volatile. The alkali in food are metals. Donkeys as guard animals. They don't like canine animals. Donkey milk is closest to human milk. Adrenaline lets bears survive hibernation. Our main enemy is bureaucratization. More laws and regulations taking away our liberties. Why don't they want us to use the sun? We don't take full advantage of solar power potential. Russia isn't fighting the Ukrainians, he's fighting NATO and the US. He should stand up to his real enemies and cut off their oil and gas. Hitler wouldn't attack England in the beginning of what became WWII. How to erase trauma with predecessors if they are no longer alive? The unconscious forgets nothing. Use Mind-Hacking to deal with traumas with people. Also yawning and stretching are helpful. Find your heart's desire. Drs. Sam and Mark Bailey tried to present evidence to a New Zealand court of falsity of virology. Court refused to accept it, so Patrick will be writing a screen play about it. Mesmerism works better than medicine. We tumorize what we suppress from consciousness. The unconscious mind knows what we're trying to get away with. Original Flatliners movie is a good illustration of karma. Feeling guilty makes a situation worse. Patrick's refrigerator went out, then his home air conditioner, then his car air conditioner. What does it all mean? Was Patrick overheating? What explains synchronicity? Atom had multiple printers go out. He figured out the issue was expression and figured out how to make things better and faster. We live in a connected universe, not a linear universe. A doctor was able to hypnotize fish scale disease away when he believed it was only a rash. Unexplainable healings. Umbilical trauma and spermal racing trauma. When does soul come in? It's a spirit that comes in when you take your first breath. We are each the Akashic record. Atom wants to reincarnate forever. Prior life as a grasshopper. Patrick doesn't believe in age. We each have a biological inner child which doesn't change. Sleep apnea can increase lifespan, unless you get frightened that you will die from it. Why does Patrick feel he's doing well and have more energy since eating carnivore? He believes in what he's doing. Warren Buffet is 92, eats Dairy Queen, McDonald's, no vegetables, still living in his same home, living his own life. His joy is making money. Doesn't give interviews or do emails. His only rule is don't lose money. Coming soon, FED NOW, safe effective instant payment system for everybody, starting next year. On the Federal Reserve website. What is Atom's opinion on wheat germ oil? Better choices are olive oil, pistachio, almond oil. Atom wouldn't take wheat germ oil or cod liver oil. Ear wax is yellow fat disease. Oysters are very good. Good zinc, copper source. Egg is one of the most perfect foods. Caviar is good. We are the same as the bear family, with different types eating different types of foods. Any food high in silicon cools you off, such as cucumbers. What do they want? Control. Dr. Demetre Daskalakis, Biden's Monkeypox czar. Self-described as a gay health warrior. Does drag appearances. Atom recommends Viking (2016), a Russian movie with subtitles. Available on YouTube. Cancer inhibits fat absorption. Get vitamin supplements and absorb them by holding them in the mouth. Cholesterol is good for cancer that is metastasizing. Clarified butter is best. Eggs are good too. ADAPTNOW 20% off sale of Chaga and Reisha at Surthrival.

One Radio Network
09.12.22 Bergstrom Atom Two

One Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 52:24


ORN Atom Bergstom show notes 9/12/22 Part Two Patrick shared his 8/3/22 enema experience. After effects made him cancel Atom's 9/5/22 show. The effects on heat on the body. The cell is designed to be slightly acidic. The life is in the acids, which are volatile. The alkali in food are metals. Donkeys as guard animals. They don't like canine animals. Donkey milk is closest to human milk. Adrenaline lets bears survive hibernation. Our main enemy is bureaucratization. More laws and regulations taking away our liberties. Why don't they want us to use the sun? We don't take full advantage of solar power potential. Russia isn't fighting the Ukrainians, he's fighting NATO and the US. He should stand up to his real enemies and cut off their oil and gas. Hitler wouldn't attack England in the beginning of what became WWII. How to erase trauma with predecessors if they are no longer alive? The unconscious forgets nothing. Use Mind-Hacking to deal with traumas with people. Also yawning and stretching are helpful. Find your heart's desire. Drs. Sam and Mark Bailey tried to present evidence to a New Zealand court of falsity of virology. Court refused to accept it, so Patrick will be writing a screen play about it. Mesmerism works better than medicine. We tumorize what we suppress from consciousness. The unconscious mind knows what we're trying to get away with. Original Flatliners movie is a good illustration of karma. Feeling guilty makes a situation worse. Patrick's refrigerator went out, then his home air conditioner, then his car air conditioner. What does it all mean? Was Patrick overheating? What explains synchronicity? Atom had multiple printers go out. He figured out the issue was expression and figured out how to make things better and faster. We live in a connected universe, not a linear universe. A doctor was able to hypnotize fish scale disease away when he believed it was only a rash. Unexplainable healings. Umbilical trauma and spermal racing trauma. When does soul come in? It's a spirit that comes in when you take your first breath. We are each the Akashic record. Atom wants to reincarnate forever. Prior life as a grasshopper. Patrick doesn't believe in age. We each have a biological inner child which doesn't change. Sleep apnea can increase lifespan, unless you get frightened that you will die from it. Why does Patrick feel he's doing well and have more energy since eating carnivore? He believes in what he's doing. Warren Buffet is 92, eats Dairy Queen, McDonald's, no vegetables, still living in his same home, living his own life. His joy is making money. Doesn't give interviews or do emails. His only rule is don't lose money. Coming soon, FED NOW, safe effective instant payment system for everybody, starting next year. On the Federal Reserve website. What is Atom's opinion on wheat germ oil? Better choices are olive oil, pistachio, almond oil. Atom wouldn't take wheat germ oil or cod liver oil. Ear wax is yellow fat disease. Oysters are very good. Good zinc, copper source. Egg is one of the most perfect foods. Caviar is good. We are the same as the bear family, with different types eating different types of foods. Any food high in silicon cools you off, such as cucumbers. What do they want? Control. Dr. Demetre Daskalakis, Biden's Monkeypox czar. Self-described as a gay health warrior. Does drag appearances. Atom recommends Viking (2016), a Russian movie with subtitles. Available on YouTube. Cancer inhibits fat absorption. Get vitamin supplements and absorb them by holding them in the mouth. Cholesterol is good for cancer that is metastasizing. Clarified butter is best. Eggs are good too. ADAPTNOW 20% off sale of Chaga and Reisha at Surthrival.

Rising Tide: The Ocean Podcast
Rising Tide #65 – Oysters in a Troubled Bay

Rising Tide: The Ocean Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 28:05


In this episode we have a hopeful but challenging talk with Linda Hunter, founder and director of the Wild Oyster Project that's working to restore San Francisco Bay's once abundant oyster reefs. Linda tells us why oysters are “working class heroes” keeping estuary ecosystems healthy. We discuss the major fish-killing Algal Bloom now occurring in the bay and how her oysters are faring, plus discuss the community volunteers working to restore SF bay oysters.  Rising Tide, the Ocean Podcast is co-hosted by Blue Frontier's David Helvarg and the Inland Ocean Coalition's Vicki Nichols-Goldstein. This podcast aims to give you information, inspiration and motivation (along with a few laughs) to help understand our ocean world and make it better. The ocean is rising, and so are we!Learn more at bluefront.org

The Holistic OBGYN Podcast
#86 - Emily Abbott: On Big Muscles and Bigger Orgasms

The Holistic OBGYN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 94:22


Emily Abbott is a former Crossfit athlete, but her coaches never incentivized leaning into her feelings, let alone programming workouts in alignment with the stages of her menstrual cycle. Now Emily studies acupuncture and body work, focusing on the female pelvis. In this conversation, we discuss the importance of nourishing both the feminine and masculine, which, despite what female athletes have been told, is possible through re-connecting with your intuition. Made possible by: Fit for Birth - 20% off pregnancy- and postpartum-specific exercise & nutrition coaching Immune Intel AHCC - 10% with code BELOVED10; clear your HPV with a functional food supplement (clinical trials don't lie!) Organifi - 20% the healthiest protein powder available, all plant-based, non-GMO...you get the point! BiOptimizers - 10% off Mag Breakthrough plus free gut health goodies! [00:11:00] From powerhouse to “sensual athlete” [00:15:30] Transmutating athletic intensity to play It's possible for a woman to be a high-performing athlete AND simultaneously live in the feminine The wounded masculine lives in all of us [00:22:00] The yoni as an alchemical container Emily was never taught to train differently throughout her cycles Feelings were never relevant in sports (pain teacher) [00:40:00] Judeo-Christianity has shamed us from knowing and touching our bodies The Church Also drive the devaluing of women in society Episode #72 - A (Brief-ish) History of Western Medicine, Witches, and Women Healers Medicine is divorced from spirit/soul Magdalene Manuscript, by Judi Sion We are Gods in mini-meat suits Emily helps women re-member their power Sheela na gig [00:51:00] It's time we unite the masculine & feminine Squirting orgasms are way cooler than a 300-lb deadlift [01:00:00] "Through intimacy with a partner, we are looking deeper into ourselves" Paradoxical breathing patterns & trauma The pelvic floor Yoni massage [01:13:00] Healing the feminine would be healing for society Business of Birth Control film - BELOVED50 saves you 50% on price to screen [01:21:30] The cervix becomes more sensitive with age Self-betrayal of our beauty Oysters & fertility/sexuality Emily's website | IG | Hammer of the Goddess course ($222 discount for listeners!) Find me: @nathanrileyobgyn & My Practice Music by: Labrinth | Preservation Hall Jazz Band --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theholisticobgyn/message

Snails & Oysters
Orlando

Snails & Oysters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 59:23


It's not just a city in Florida anymore! Nat and Alli sit down to discuss Sally Potter's 1992 adaptation of Virginia Woolf's 1928 fantasy novel, Orlando. Tilda Swinton stars as both male and female versions of the titular immortal as they explore life, love, and poetry throughout European history. Orlando celebrates its 30th Anniversary this year, coinciding with this year's Venice Film Festival where Orlando Debuted! Support Snails & Oysters on Patreon: patreon.com/snailsoysters Follow us online: Snails & Oysters: twitter.com/SnailsOysters Alli Rogers: twitter.com/allinotallie Nat Roberts: letterboxd.com/GnatRoberts Our theme song is Gumballs by Billy Libby: instagram.com/fortgorgeous And our cover art was designed by Abby Austin: instagram.com/abigailbaustin Continuing my experiment to see if anyone reads the full episode description. If you read this, leave a review of this show that's just describing Billy Zane's lips, preferably a five star review (for the show, not the lips). --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Climavores
Mailbag episode! Bug protein, farmed fish, oysters, and more

Climavores

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 52:39 Very Popular


Every episode of Climavores starts with a listener voicemail. In past episodes, Mike and Tamar have answered your questions about vertical farms (are they a climate-friendly alternative to traditional agriculture?), plant-based milks (are they actually better for the climate than dairy?), and beef (is it really that terrible for the planet? Spoiler: yes). But our Climavores listener hotline is overflowing. So this week, Mike and Tamar are dedicating an entire episode to answering as many of your questions as possible. They tackle everything from soy's bad reputation (did someone say “man boobs”?) to factory-farmed fish, bug protein and the topic Tamar loves to hate: regenerative agriculture.  It's the mailbag episode! And it won't be the last, so keep your questions about food and climate change coming.  To leave a message for Mike and Tamar, call the Climavores hotline at (508) 377-3449. Or email us at climavores@postscriptaudio.com. We might feature your question on a future episode.  Climavores is a production of Post Script Media.

Newsy Jacuzzi
Kid News This Week: Oysters to the rescue, spiders dream, Dubai's deepest pool, weird UK ice cream

Newsy Jacuzzi

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 15:05


Kid News This Week: Oyster reefs fight land erosion in Bangladesh, scientist discovers spiders dream in their sleep, the world's deepest pool in Dubai, weird British ice cream flavors from Heinz Baked Beans to Soy Sauce! 

I Love VB Podcast
First Landing Seafood Company - Bruce and Bay McLaughlin

I Love VB Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 58:26


Episode 5 - First Landing Seafood Company was brought to life by three brothers coming together to revive a decades old family business. Raised on the Lynnhaven River, the McLaughlin Family grew up loving and caring for the oysters that are native to our region. America's First Oysters™ are arguably the best oysters in the world and this company's mission to ensure that everyone in Virginia Beach -whether resident or visitor - has access to the most delicious, fresh and clean Lynnhaven oyster anytime they want it.   www.FancyOysters.com Instagram Facebook

Ground Work
027. Building Resilient Communities, Ecosystems, and Businesses with Will Harris of White Oak Pastures

Ground Work

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 104:24


Will Harris of White Oak Pastures is a 5th generation rancher in Bluffton, Georgia. Will switched from a conventional model of farming to a holistic model in the 90's and has been building not just soil organic matter, but also community, in his small rural town - once named one of the poorest in America. Now raising 10 different species, with integrated processing facilities, and a team of over 170 people, has given Will Harris a lot of ups and downs to consider what the business and mission of resiliency is all about. We talk about his recent viral moment discussing Bill Gates becoming the largest farmland owner in the U.S. We dive deep into resiliency - not just as it applies to land, but also as it applies to communities and businesses. Our discussion around finances runs deep and Will is transparent about how money flows in and out of White Oak Pastures and why traditional financial institutions won't touch farming - but there are other options. Will highlights how market access and getting your product to consumers is one of the biggest hurdles in the business and how ‘greenwashing' in the market has made it harder for small businesses to bust into the space occupied by multinational corporations. At the heart of the conversation, is an idea of coming home and digging in to build up rural America, just like Will has done with Bluffton We also talk about: The importance of slaughter and processing in the farm to table process How fundamental cycles - water cycles, microbial cycles, nutrient cycles are to farming Carbon tunnel vision & so much more Find Will Harris and White Oak Pastures: Instagram: @whiteoakpastures Website: White Oak Pastures Center for Agricultural Resilience Quantis Life Cycle Analysis for White Oak Pastures White Oak Water Cycles YouTube Video Further Reading: Dirt to Soil by Gabe Brown The Case Against Sugar by Gary Taubes Resources Mentioned: Replant Capital Related Ground Work Episodes: How to Find Ecological Literacy with Bobby Gill (for more on Savory Holistic Management) Tides of Time and Oysters with Lissa Monberg (for more on multi-generational farming) Other Podcasts featuring Will Harris: Will Harris on Herd Quitter Will Harris on Sustainable Dish Episode Website

The Holistic OBGYN Podcast
#85 - Maddie Miles: On an Integrative Approach to Hormone Balancing

The Holistic OBGYN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 81:08


Maddie is a board-certified integrative health practitioner and herbalist. She was on "the pill" for years and the road to recovery was long and hard, and now she helps women cater their diet and lifestyle patterns to the stages of their cycle. She and I met at the Austin screening of "The Business of Birth Control", and our friendship grew over the collective dissatisfaction that so many women find within the conventional medical model. This one is [insert fire emoji]. Made possible by: FullWell Fertility - 10% off with code BELOVED10 (best prenatals and men's virility vitamins on the market) Immune Intel AHCC - 10% with code BELOVED10; clear your HPV with a functional food supplement (clinical trials don't lie!) Organifi - 20% the healthiest protein powder available, all plant-based, non-GMO, organic, glyphosate-free...you get it... BiOptimizers - 10% off Mag Breakthrough plus free gut health goodies! [00:11:00] People like Maddie are often dismissed by the medical establishment, despite her being a board-certified integrative health practitioner and herbalist Birth control messes you up Beyond the Pill, by Jolene Brighten [00:19:00] “What nerve to develop a supplement if you're not a physician?!” Whoever said pharmaceuticals were “safe” anyways Physicians learn zero about herbs or creating herbal remedies Episode #72 - A (Brief-ish) History of Western Medicine, Witches, and Women Healers All Healers need to respect the limitations of their training [00:34:00] Business of Birth Control film - BELOVED50 save you 50% on price to screen (interview w/ the filmmakers HERE) Downsides of birth control There are >100,000 synthetic chemicals in our food, soil, air, and water prenatal vitamins aren't a replacement for a healthy lifestyle (FullWell makes the best! Code BELOVED10 so save 10%) [00:46:00] Immune Intel AHCC has been clinically demonstrated to help clear HPV (code BELOVED10 saves you 10%) Healing from years of birth control can take a while Menstrual cycle as a connection to nature The ovulation stage is generally the time when most women can go hardest in the gym [01:00:00] Eating based on the stages of your cycle Fats and protein support the endocrine system Oysters are Maddie's secret weapon during the luteal phase Find Maddie: IG | podcast | website. Find me: @nathanrileyobgyn and my practice Music by: Labrinth | Preservation Hall Jazz Band --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theholisticobgyn/message

Third Coast Podcast
Episode 168 "Why name them oysters then?" Ft. China Fields

Third Coast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 90:05


China sits down with Joe on her first full episode. They discuss topics ranging from up coming Fete Du Void 22 (Go buy tickets) to Rocky Mountain Oysters. Artist of the week is "Bear & The Forest Friends" with the song "Another Vicious Bear Attack". Stay tune after the song because Cleve and Joe discuss the recent jumping of Houston rap legend "Z-Ro".

MicCHEK
Ep. 155 - Everything you ever wanted to know about oysters

MicCHEK

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 52:39


In this episode, the guys sit down with the owner of Wandering Mollusk to chat about all things Oysters. How are they harvested, how do you shuck them, eat them, and are they truly an aphrodisiac?

Our Town Reno
Steve Boyer, a Wine Expert in Reno Bringing Curbside Oysters

Our Town Reno

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 29:47


Steve Boyer a foodie entrepreneur in Reno describes his new curbside mobile oyster venture, as well as how he survived the pandemic and previous business failures.

Virginia Public Radio
COVID revives family business bringing oysters to SW Virginia

Virginia Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022


The pandemic drove some companies out of business. But for three brothers in Hampton Roads, COVID created the opportunity for a whole new enterprise.  Sandy Hausman reports on First Landing Seafood – a company claiming it brings better water quality to the Lynnhaven River and better oysters to restaurants from Williamsburg and Richmond to Blacksburg […]

AP Audio Stories
Tiny oysters play big role in stabilizing eroding shorelines

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 0:54


AP correspondent Julie Walker reports on Oysters Shoreline Protection

Virginia Water Radio
Episode 635 (8-29-22): A Fishing Focus for Labor Day, Featuring the Northern Neck Chantey Singers

Virginia Water Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022


CLICK HERE to listen to episode audio (5:14).Sections below are the following: Transcript of Audio Audio Notes and Acknowledgments Images Sources Related Water Radio Episodes For Virginia Teachers (Relevant SOLs, etc.). Unless otherwise noted, all Web addresses mentioned were functional as of 8-26-22. TRANSCRIPT OF AUDIO From the Cumberland Gap to the Atlantic Ocean, this is Virginia Water Radio for the weeks of August 29 and September 5, 2022.  This episode is a revised repeat of an episode from September 2012. MUSIC – ~15 sec – Lyrics: “Won't you help me to raise ‘em boys; hey, hey, honey.” In this episode, we honor Labor Day by featuring a musical tradition that helped hard-working African American watermen harvest Menhaden in the Chesapeake Bay.  Have a listen for about 90 seconds. VOICE AND MUSIC - ~92 sec – Introduction: “Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen.  I want to thank you for that wonderful introduction.  We are the Northern Neck Chantey Singers, and we are extremely happy to be back here once again to perform for you.  We call ourselves the Northern Neck Chantey Singers because all of us come from the Northern Neck counties of the Northern Neck, which is that body that's on the eastern part of Virginia, bordered by the Potomac River in the north, the majestic Chesapeake Bay in the east, and the Rappahannock River in the south.  The first song that we're gonna perform for you is sort of like our theme song.  It's called “Help us to raise ‘em, boys,” and it goes by showing how we pull in the nets that's teeming with fish.” Song Lyrics: “Won't you help me to raise ‘em boys?  Hey, hey, honey. C'mon now, let's go get ‘em; get ‘em now!Won't you help me to raise ‘em boys?  Hey, hey, honey.  C'mon boys let's go get ‘em, all right!Won't you help me to raise ‘em out?  See you when the sun goes down.” You've been listening to the Northern Neck Chantey Singers, performing at the 2011 Virginia Folklife Apprenticeship Festival in Charlottesville.  In 1991, several former Virginia watermen formed the Northern Neck Chantey Singers to keep alive and spread awareness of the tradition of menhaden chanteys.  Menhaden chanteys are an example of African American work songs, used in this case to coordinate crews of watermen in the grueling labor of hauling up nets full of fish.  Atlantic menhaden are relatively small, oily fish that feed on microscopic plants and animals and in turn are prey for larger fish, such as Striped Bass and Bluefish.  Menhaden have been harvested from Atlantic Coast waters since the 1800s for a variety of industrial uses of their oils, and in southern states.  African Americans typically made up the crews doing the hard work of pulling up nets containing thousands of fish.  The chanteys, sung in a call-and-response style, helped the watermen coordinate the extra efforts needed for hauling in heavily loaded nets.  Today, hydraulic equipment does the net-hauling work formerly performed by watermen; the Northern Neck town of Reedville, in Northumberland County, is home to the Chesapeake Bay's only remaining industrial Menhaden operation, run by the Omega Protein company; and Bay Menhaden harvest quotas are at times a controversial issue.  Performances by the Northern Neck Chantey Singers remind us that those modern-day menhaden circumstances have a long, challenging, and culturally rich history of Virginians working on the water. Thanks to Virginia Humanities, formerly the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, for permission to use the excerpt of the Northern Neck Chantey Singers' performance, and we let those singers have the last word. MUSIC – ~13 sec – Lyrics: “Won't you help me to raise ‘em out?  See you when the sun goes down.” SHIP'S BELL Virginia Water Radio is produced by the Virginia Water Resources Research Center, part of Virginia Tech's College of Natural Resources and Environment.  For more Virginia water sounds, music, or information, visit us online at virginiawaterradio.org, or call the Water Center at (540) 231-5624.  Thanks to Ben Cosgrove for his version of “Shenandoah” to open and close this episode.  In Blacksburg, I'm Alan Raflo, thanking you for listening, and wishing you health, wisdom, and good water. AUDIO NOTES AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This Virginia Water Radio episode revises and replaced Episode 128, 9-17-12. Audio of the Northern Neck Chantey Singers was from a video of their September 11, 2011, performance at the Virginia Folklife Apprenticeship Showcase in Charlottesville, used with permission of Virginia Humanities (formerly the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities), located in Charlottesville and online at https://virginiahumanities.org/.  The full performance video is available online at https://www.virginiafolklife.org/sights-sounds/northern-neck-chantey-singers-and-lewis-r-blackwell-jr/. Click here if you'd like to hear the full version (2 min./22 sec.) of the “Shenandoah” arrangement/performance by Ben Cosgrove that opens and closes this episode.  More information about Mr. Cosgrove is available online at http://www.bencosgrove.com. IMAGES Atlantic menhaden (Brevoortia tyrannus).  Drawing from he Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, “Atlantic Menhaden,” online at http://www.asmfc.org/species/atlantic-menhaden. Atlantic menhaden landings for bait and in the reduction industry (using the fish oils for various products) from 1940 to 2020.  Graph from the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, “Atlantic Menhaden,” online at http://www.asmfc.org/species/atlantic-menhaden. SOURCES Used for Audio Harold Anderson, “Menhaden Chanteys: An African American Legacy,” and “A History of Menhaden Fishing,” both in Maryland Marine Notes, Jan.-Feb. 2000, from the Maryland Sea Grant Program, available online at https://www.mdsg.umd.edu/maryland-marine-notes-archive. Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, “Atlantic Menhaden,” online at http://www.asmfc.org/species/atlantic-menhaden. Steve Bittenbender, “Omega Protein completes move of headquarters to Virginia,” Seafood Source, March 2, 2020. Chesapeake Bay Program, “Menhaden” (undated), online at http://www.chesapeakebay.net/issues/issue/menhaden#inline. The Mariners' Museum and Park (formerly The Mariners' Museum; Newport News, Va.), “Watermen Harvesting the Bounty: Menhaden Fishing” (2002), online at http://www.marinersmuseum.org/sites/micro/cbhf/waterman/wat011.html. Omega Protein Corporation, “Who We Are,” online at https://omegaprotein.com/who-we-are/. Virginia Humanities (formerly the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities), “Virginia Folklife Program: Northern Neck Chantey Singers and Lewis R. Blackwell, Jr.,” 2011, online at https://www.virginiafolklife.org/sights-sounds/northern-neck-chantey-singers-and-lewis-r-blackwell-jr/. For More Information about Menhaden or Menhaden Chanteys North Carolina Arts Council, “Menhaden Chanteymen/Beaufort, N.C.,” online at https://www.ncarts.org/menhaden-chanteymen. State Library of North Carolina et al., “NCPedia/Menhaden Chanteymen,” online at https://www.ncpedia.org/menhaden-chanteymen. Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources (formerly Department of Game and Inland Fisheries), “Fish and Wildlife Information Service/Species Information,” online at https://services.dwr.virginia.gov/fwis/?Title=VaFWIS+Species+Information.  The Altantic menhaden entry is online at https://services.dwr.virginia.gov/fwis/booklet.html?&bova=010043&Menu=_.Taxonomy&version=19233. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, “Atlantic Menhaden,” online at https://www.vims.edu/research/departments/fisheries/programs/mrg_oldwebsite/species_data/atlantic_menhaden/index.php. Virginia Marine Resources Commission/Menhaden Management Advisory Committee, online at https://mrc.virginia.gov/MMAC/mmac.shtm. RELATED VIRGINIA WATER RADIO EPISODES All Water Radio episodes are listed by category at the Index link above (http://www.virginiawaterradio.org/p/index.html).  See particularly the following subject categories: “Fish”; “History”; “Rivers, Streams, and Other Surface Water.” Following are links to some other episodes on the Chesapeake Bay. Bay condition reports – Episode 305, 2-29-16; Episode 632, 7-18-22.Bay Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL), Phase II Watershed Implementation Plan – Episode 115, 6-18-12.Bay TMDL, Phase III Watershed Implementation Plan – Episode 475, 6-3-19.Chesapeake Bay Commission – Episode 496, 10-28-19.Estuaries introduction – Episode 326, 7-25-16.Oysters and nitrogen (Part 1) – Episode 279, 8-24-15.Oysters and nitrogen (Part 2) – Episode 280, 9-7-15.“Smart” buoys – Episode 538, 8-17-20.Submerged aquatic vegetation (“Bay grasses”) – Episode 325, 7-18-16.Winter birds of the Chesapeake Bay area – EP565 – 2/22/21. FOR VIRGINIA TEACHERS – RELATED STANDARDS OF LEARNING (SOLs) AND OTHER INFORMATION Following are some Virginia Standards of Learning (SOLs) that may be supported by this episode's audio/transcript, sources, or other information included in this post. 2020 Music SOLs SOLs at various grade levels that call for “examining the relationship of music to the other fine arts and other fields of knowledge.” 2018 Science SOLs Grades K-4: Living Systems and Processes 1.5 – Animals, including humans, have basic life needs that allow them to survive. 2.5 – Living things are part of a system. 3.5 – Aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems support a diversity of organisms. 4.3 – Organisms, including humans, interact with one another and with the nonliving components in the ecosystem. Grades K-5: Earth and Space Systems 4.7 – The ocean environment. Grades K-5: Earth Resources 1.8 – Natural resources can be used responsibly, including that most natural resources are limited. 3.8 – Natural events and humans influence ecosystems. 4.8 – Virginia has important natural resources. Grade 6 6.6 – Water has unique physical properties and has a role in the natural and human-made environment. 6.8 – Land and water have roles in watershed systems. 6.9 – Humans impact the environment and individuals can influence public policy decisions related to energy and the environment. Life Science LS.6 – Populations in a biological community interact and are interdependent. LS.8 – Change occurs in ecosystems, communities, populations, and organisms over time. LS.9 – Relationships exist between ecosystem dynamics and human activity. Earth Science ES.6 – Resource use is complex.  ES.10 – Oceans are complex, dynamic systems subject to long- and short-term variations. Biology BIO.7 – Populations change through time. BIO.8 – Dynamic equilibria exist within populations, communities, and ecosystems.2015 Social Studies SOLs Grades K-3 Economics Theme 2.8 – Natural, human, and capital resources. 3.8 – Understanding of cultures and of how natural, human, and capital resources are used for goods and services. Virginia Studies Course VS.1 – Impact of geographic features on people, places, and events in Virginia history. VS.10 – Knowledge of government, geography, and economics in present-day Virginia. United States History: 1865-to-Present Course USII.6 – Social, economic, and technological changes from the 1890s to 1945. Civics and Economics Course CE.7 – Government at the state level. CE.10 – Public policy at local, state, and national levels. World Geography

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 10:55


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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 64:30


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