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Chris is working on a Japanese bed frame made out Pine and White Oak. He'll be trying some new styles for joining the corners. Pete has been working with Emma on following up with brands and planning out upcoming projects, Working on cutting boards for the upcoming fair and for the rest of the year, designing and cutting stuff on the laser and CNC for the craft fair, and fulfilling Etsy which is always busy.Mike was sick with Covid and he's still recovering, finishing up a massive oak countertop, a desk, and a farmhouse style walnut table, working to finish another order of grounding boxes, and dealing with some contract negotiations. Sign up for Patreon for Early access, and special Patreon-only content:https://www.patreon.com/anotherwoodshoppodcastVoicemails:Bob RyanCan you recommend a finish for restaurant tables that will cure in 7 days and be put back in production? Because I will be getting 4 tables every 7 days to finish the tables.Daniel DunlapDDWWWho do you hate the most?KimaniVan Stray DesignsHow many labor hours really went into building that?And how much sharpening did you have to do before and during?Where did the gong go after?ThomasTSG MakesToday I'd like to ask about trolls !I used to think that trolls were a problem and I used to despised them. But then came Cam of blacktail studio.He is the first YouTuber I saw actually using trolls for fun, increase interaction and growing his channel ?Is having trolls the new hint of success ? Do you, and should I, actively try to catch trolls and cultivate them ?Max Reid Designed Co.I'm looking into getting my first bandsaw, mostly for cutting spoons and roughing the shape of tobacco pipes, but I'm not sure of brand or horsepower. Any suggestions would be great! You can send in your question to get answered on the podcast! Record your question or comment on your phones voice memo app and email it to email@example.comYou can follow us all and the podcast on Instagram and YouTube!Podcast:https://www.instagram.com/anotherwoodshoppodcast/https://www.youtube.com/anotherwoodshoppodcast https://www.etsy.com/shop/awpstore Pete:https://www.instagram.com/ptreesworkshop/ https://www.youtube.com/ptreesworkshophttps://www.etsy.com/shop/pTreesWorkShop Dan:https://www.instagram.com/danieldunlap.woodworks/ https://www.youtube.com/danieldunlap https://www.etsy.com/shop/ddwwstore Mike:https://www.instagram.com/coffeycustombuilds/ https://www.youtube.com/coffeycustombuilds https://www.etsy.com/shop/coffeycustombuilds Support the show
The boys are officially signed up for the Pine to Palm! in the first segment Tyler recruits a caddy for the prestigious tournament (03:18). Then they break down the latest Tiger scandal (16:49). Then to wrap things up we talk insider info from what could be the worst golf course on the planet (38:53).
Brandon Butler and Nathan “Shags” McLeod sit down with Kim Hainsfurther, President of Forrest Keeling Nursery.Topics Discussed: Creation and anniversary of Forrest Keeling Nursery, tips on transplanting trees, selecting trees for different environments, field days at the nursery, how new trees are made, mystery bait bucket and more.For more info:Forrest Keeling NurserySpecial thanks to:CZ-USATo Living The Dream Properties:Hunting Works For Missouri:Smithfly Rafts:To Scenic Rivers Taxidermy:Connect with Driftwood Outdoors:FacebookInstagramEmail:firstname.lastname@example.org
peepaws computer does nothing who's peepaw, whats the goal to build and understand the inner workings of an 8 bit computer and maybe one day pass it on to a grand kid this episode -nop test do a nop test, that is get the z80 up and running executing the nop instruction using the facilities of an arduino mega board running flash forth to do that, talk about pictures why? flash forth is interactive, without being such a big application itself. Happily runs on an atmega328 why the mega, oodles and oodles of io, so emulating hardware should be a snap use the microcontroller board to provide 5 volts, clock signal and data to get the z80 up and running use the logic probe to see if there is activity on the address bus wiring up hot glued solderless breadboard on to an arduino mega protoshield, white wire is the logicprobe input power and ground first clock, blue control lines int, nmi, wait busrq and reset orange wires data bus address lines go around the chip clockwise from the clock signal (blue wire) we'll be probing A0, next to the ground line 1.logicprobe.jpg 2.power.jpg 3.clock.jpg 4.control.signals.jpg 5.data.jpg 6.ready.to.probe.jpg z80-pinout.jpg 2560-pinout.jpg Click the thumbnail to see the full-sized image fixing some words, refactoring some words, defining new words fixed the data processing word to us the input on pin e4 (digital 2) not the output on pin h6 (digital 9) changed freq= some value to simply pulse, not interested in the specific frequency split clock and logic probe init words added some words to control the reset line reset and run added a word step that allows for single clock pulses the test, mega board plugged into laptop, seral terminal running spool up the logic probe spool up the microcontroller board setting up a port to provide data on the z80 data bus (rudimentary rom) add 5 volts initialize and start the clock probe the clock line probe a0 line a little more to see what else we can discern single step to reset probe m1 single step to reset add halt instruction probe halt line this is output captured from the tests run on the show. lines that begin with a back slash are comments used as narration ok is the forth interpreter reporting it has successfully processed the proceeding word(s), including comments pulse, high and low are output from the logicprobe, all other words are defined in the source text and the end of the notes E FlashForth 5 ATmega2560 13.06.2022 initialize the logic probe ok logicprobe.init ok initialize the clock ok clock.init ok initialize arduinomega ports that interact with z80 ok z80.ports.init ok add power on the board ok probe the clock pin to see if there is activity ok sample pulse ok success! ok probe adrress line A0, pin 30 on the z80 ok sample pulse ok pulse means there is activity on the bus ok stop the clock and probe A0 again, should see either a static high or low signal ok stop.clock sample low ok now move logic probe to pin 27, the M1 signal ok put the z80 in reset and give three clock steps ok reset ok step ok step ok step ok the z80 should be reset, now put in run ok run ok now single step the clock to see the M1 ok signal go from high to low as the z80 begins ok fetching data fro the data bus at address 0 ok step sample high ok step sample high ok step sample low ok step sample low ok step sample high ok success! the M1 signal is working as expected ok now reset the z80 and see what happens when ok we give a different instruction this time hex 76 ok the halt instruction. We should see the halt signal go from ok high to low ok reset step step step ok put hat instruction on data lines ok $76 DATA c! ok now run mode ok run ok step clock and sample pin 18 the halt line ok step sample high ok step sample high ok step sample high ok step sample high ok step sample high ok step sample low ok step sample low ok 4 clock cycles and halt line goes low and stays low, success! ok thanks for listening ok Forth source code -logicprobe marker -logicprobe variable Compare variable Count $100 constant PINH $101 constant DDRH $102 constant PORTH $a0 constant TCCR4A $a1 constant TCCR4B $a8 constant OCR4A $2c constant PINE $2d constant DDRE $2e constant PORTE $6a constant EICRB $3d constant EIMSK : ext4.irq ( -- ) Count @ 1+ Count ! ;i : logicprobe.init ( -- ) %0 DDRE c! e input %0000.0010 EICRB mset falling edge ['] ext4.irq #6 int! attach interrupt ; : clock.init ( -- ) 1249 Compare ! 100 hz %0000.1000 DDRH mset h3 output %0100.0000 TCCR4A c! toggle d6, ph3 on compare match %0000.1011 TCCR4B c! set ctc mode, clk/64 Compare @ OCR4A ! set compare value ; helper words : start.clock ( -- ) %0100.0000 TCCR4A c! %0000.1011 TCCR4B c! ; : stop.clock ( -- ) %0000.0000 TCCR4A c! %0000.0000 TCCR4B c! ; : set.frequency ( n -- ) OCR4A ! ; set compare value : pin.high ( -- ) %0000.1000 PORTH mset ; : pin.low ( -- ) %0000.1000 PORTH mclr ; : open.gate ( -- ) 0 Count ! %0001.0000 EIMSK mset ; : close.gate ( -- ) %0001.0000 EIMSK mclr ; : process.data ( -- ) Count @ 1- Count ! Count @ 0 > if cr ." freq=" 10 * . cr ." pulse" else %0001.0000 PINE mtst if cr ." high" else cr ." low" then then ; : wait 100 ms ; : sample ( -- ) open.gate wait close.gate process.data ; nop tester -nop marker -nop $20 constant PINA $21 constant DDR.DATA $22 constant DATA $23 constant PINB $24 constant DDRB $25 constant PORTB $2f constant PINF $30 constant DDRF $31 constant PORTF %0000.0001 constant WAIT %0000.0010 constant BUSRQ %0000.0100 constant RESET %0001.0000 constant INT %0010.0000 constant NMI : z80.ports.init ( -- ) data port output $ff DDR.DATA c! control signals, output NMI INT or DDRB mset WAIT BUSRQ RESET or or DDRF mset nop instruction on data port $ff DATA mclr control lines high NMI INT or PORTB mset WAIT BUSRQ RESET or or PORTF mset ; : reset ( -- ) RESET PORTF mclr ; : run ( -- ) RESET PORTF mset ; : step ( -- ) pin.high 1 ms pin.low ; logicprobe.init clock.init z80.ports.init sample
Harold Shank delivered our second message on the resurrection with a message entitled, "I Pine Away." This lesson, taken from Isaiah, looked to the ancient response to hopelessness which comes to full flower in the resurrection of Jesus.
Dr. Jenkins sits down with Bob Zappalorti to talk about his long career in herpetology. They start with his early days working at the Staten Island Zoo and talk about his adventures in the field with Carl Kauffeld. They discuss his consulting company, Herpetological Associates, and the various snake and turtle projects they have been working on throughout the Northeast. Finally, they go in depth on his decades-long research program on Northern Pine Snakes in the New Jersey Pine Barrens, discussing everything from nesting to the artificial hibernacula they use to monitor them. This episode is full of herpetological history and in-depth knowledge on multiple snake species.Connect with Bob at Herpetological Associates.Connect with Chris on Facebook, Instagram or at The Orianne Society.Shop Snake Talk merch.
With episode 44, we felt as if we were on a slingshot ride at an amusement park with all the stress and heightened emotions we had during this episode. We got to have some emotional Shavince moments, Jake being selfless, and a death that we knew was coming that still broke our hearts. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ladiesnightatsmokeys/support
intro who is peepaw? Me! why a retro computer? help a kid understand computers why z80? cheap, available, cheap the plan build from scratch build something like a tec1 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TEC-1 a great guide is the 1981 book build your own z80 computer Build Your Own Z80 Computer Steve Ciarcia/ get started with nop tester http://www.z80.info/z80test0.htm want an expandable system keep the cost down work up to a system like the jupiter ace (which is like a zx-81 sinclair computer) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jupiter_Ace getting started, the nop test use an arduino mega board and some forth to spin up the most basic z80 system https://gitlab.com/8bitforce/retroshield-hw/-/tree/master/hardware give the z80 5 volts, a clock and the right data and it will happily start up and run through its address space doing nothing the nop tester, in software make a forth logic probe https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logic_probe use a gate method of frequency counting https://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/Appnotes/doc8365.pdf create a few forth words to make a "logic probe" and test that probe https://pajacobs-ghub.github.io/flashforth/ff5-tutorial-guide.html#_counting_button_presses need an arduino mega running flashforth https://store.arduino.cc/products/arduino-mega-2560-rev3 https://flashforth.com/atmega.html datasheet https://store.arduino.cc/products/arduino-mega-2560-rev3 https://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/devicedoc/atmel-2549-8-bit-avr-microcontroller-atmega640-1280-1281-2560-2561_datasheet.pdf some jumper wires z80 solderless bread board the code walk through, start from the bottom up note: ( -- ) are stack effect comments, back slashes are plain comments constants variable @ ! mset mclr mtst set up external interrupt, int4, arduino board pin4 the source code declare some constants and variable as labels variable Compare variable Count $100 constant PINH these labels come from the atmega2560 datasheet $101 constant DDRH $102 constant PORTH $a0 constant TCCR4A $a1 constant TCCR4B $a8 constant OCR4A $2c constant PINE $2d constant DDRE $2e constant PORTE $6a constant EICRB $3d constant EIMSK : ext4.irq ( -- ) Count @ 1+ Count ! ;i the frequency counter : logicprobe-init ( -- ) 1249 Compare ! 100 hz %0000.1000 DDRH mset h3 output %0100.0000 TCCR4A c! toggle d6, ph3 on compare match 0000.1011 %TCCR4B c! set ctc mode, clk/64 Compare @ OCR4A ! set compare value %0 DDRE c! e input 0001.0000 PORTE mset pullup on e4 %0000.0010 %EICRB mset falling edge ['] ext4.irq #6 int! ; helper words : start-clock ( -- ) %0100.0000 TCCR4A c! %0000.1011 TCCR4B c! ; the bit manipulation does what the word says : stop-clock ( -- ) %0000.0000 TCCR4A c! %0000.0000 TCCR4B c! ; : set-frequency ( n -- ) OCR4A ! ; set compare value : pin-high ( -- ) %0000.1000 PORTH mset ; : pin-low ( -- ) %0000.1000 PORTH mclr ; : open-gate ( -- ) 0 Count ! %0001.0000 EIMSK mset ; : close-gate ( -- ) %0001.0000 EIMSK mclr ; : process-data ( -- ) Count @ 1- Count ! clean up value in Count Count @ dup 0 > if is Count greater than 0, if so its pulsing cr ." freq=" 10 * . else otherwise its not so is it high or low? drop %0000.1000 PINH mtst if ." high" else ." low" then then ; : wait ( -- ) 100 ms ; : sample-pin ( -- ) open-gate wait close-gate process-data ; the 'logic probe' test Arduino clock, using 16 bit timer4, its output is on pin6, running at 100hz need to be able to start and stop the clock, and set the output pin high or low sample-pin is the word that does the work ouput from the serial terminal exercising the logic probe ( comments add after the fact): E FlashForth 5 ATmega2560 13.06.2022 ok logicprobe-init ok (start up the logic probe) sample-pin (sample the pin) freq=100 ok ( its oscilating at 100hz) stop-clock ok sample-pin low ok ( after stopping the clock the pin is low) pin-high ok sample-pin high ok ( now its high) 125 set-frequency ok start-clock ok sample-pin freq=1000 ok ( after changing the frequency its 1000hz) next time repurpose the 16bit clock and use it to drive the z80, we'll hook up the data port of the z80 to the arduino mega and use the logic probe to see if the z80 is working
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Osisko Metals Signs C$100 Million Investment Agreement With Appian Natural Resources Fund for a Joint Venture on Pine Point https://ceo.ca/@GlobeNewswire/osisko-metals-signs-c100-million-investment-agreement Bob explains the tremendous value of the deal to shareholders, $30 million total in cash to OM.V plus free-carry while Appian Capital Advisory LLP spends $75 Million over the next 4 years on bringing Pine Point to FID. Then Bob expands on the future of the company being copper focused with their Gaspe Copper Project over 900mt of copper with moly and silver credits with Glencore. Enjoy. Doc Jones --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/docjonesresourceinvestor/message
The challenges issued by Richter and Pine have been accepted with both combats occurring simultaneously. Their titles (and lives) on the line, Richter tests the worthiness of his opponent, Pine endures unsporting behavior, Nari discourages shenanigans, and Rousse works the crowd. Join us for this actual play D&D adventure inspired by our favorite 16 bit era RPGs. We have merch! Check out our shop at 12sidedguys.com/shop and get your very own swag, drip, or whatever the kids call it nowadays. Join the 12 Sided Guys on Discord! https://discord.gg/SJZnpCCx6N Support us at patreon.com/12sidedguys for extra content including bonus episodes, DM notes, and more! -- Additional sound effects from zapsplat.com and tabletopaudio.com. Additional music by Jonathan Shaw. Find more of his music at www.jshaw.co.uk.
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Star Trek fans are eating good. Picard has another banger of an episode. Chris Pine says Star Trek feels cursed. And Paramount leaves us questioning the future of Star Trek.News:Disco Endshttps://www.hollywoodreporter.com/tv/tv-news/star-trek-discovery-season-5-end-1235339464/Paramount announces cuts https://trekmovie.com/2023/03/01/the-future-of-star-trek-tv-remains-unclear-as-paramount-announces-streaming-spending-cuts/Chris Pine says Star Trek is cursedhttps://www.esquire.com/entertainment/movies/a43141365/chris-pine-star-trek-franchise-cursed/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=news_tabNASA gives The Orville a shout out https://www.cinemablend.com/streaming-news/nasa-gave-the-orville-a-cool-shoutout-so-maybe-season-4-will-happen-nowClips:But Gene Roddenberry didn't want conflict with the characters. https://youtube.com/clip/UgkxZdpXqcaHhhz0REVk2TN0Qm68oQ6YU1P4What's it like directing Patrick?https://youtube.com/clip/Ugkx6PuBYlCr0sJVY5fkQ05tAh-HNsPKb2IrShip shake scale https://youtube.com/clip/UgkxWhKQvH5c5FtMqIJw2N5Eb4Rw0p30MW16Age is just a numberhttps://youtube.com/clip/UgkxRoiq2Y5O45HUR0ktd8A4TJoAS0G0kZLxGetting everyone together https://youtube.com/clip/Ugkx04KYlO2JZwy71m23HSZwk0_kAgzWlEGpLeave us a voicemail 1-816-287-0448Follow us on Twitter & Instagram - @TrekCastTNGtrekcasttng@email@example.comHelp support the show - ko-fi.com/trekcast
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Does conflict and incompatible perspectives always have to be a negative? In this episode of Looking Outside we speak with Raj B. Shroff, Founder & Principal at PINE, a strategy and design agency to hear how he and his company leverages conflict to get to a better outcome.Raj shares how his workplace thrives on openness, when ideas are great or when things aren't working, and how he creates the space for everyone part of the company to feel comfortable with that. It's empathetic to be honest, Raj says, because head nodding doesn't get the best out of people nor the work.As the leader of his organization, Raj tries to lead by example, often admitting when he doesn't have an answer or asking for clarity. Just as importantly, he intentionally pays attention to his body language making sure it's neutral or positive, being mindful of never showing negative.Jo and Raj discuss how conflict exists for a reason because something in the context isn't right, and though it sometimes feels like it, it isn't personal.--To look outside, Raj lives by the principle of letting new experience in and allowing them to shape new world views. He does this through exposure to things outside his norm, particularly while traveling. It's not something he goes and does but rather is something he lives by.--Raj B. Shroff founded PINE in 2017. The core philosophy of PINE is the power of integrated left and right brain thinking. Prior to founding Pine, Raj was VP of Brand, Strategy & Design at a global experience design firm. During his tenure there he led many turnkey research, strategy and omnichannel design initiatives. He loves technology and consults clients on topics such as blockchain, crypto, XR (AR/VR) and other more far out concepts. He has run many large-scale initiatives, having served in account leadership roles at Fitch (WPP), in the areas of Research, Retail, Brand and Product Design and at Resource (now IBM iX), in Digital Experience & Marketing.Clients he has served include Intel, P&G, Mars Wrigley and Unilever. Raj is an industry speaker on topics such as the future of retail, branding, digital engagement and consumer behavior.He is Adjunct Faculty at CCAD (Columbus College of Art and Design) teaching the business of design. He is a mentor to students at the Ohio State Fisher College of Business, where he earned his MBA. He loves spending his free time with his wife and two sons. He is an avid trail runner (ran his first 50-miler in April 2022), mountain biker, adventure traveler and recently picked up acoustic guitar. Find out more about PINE: pinesd.comConnect with Raj on LinkedIn.--Looking Outside is a podcast dedicated to exploring fresh perspectives of familiar business topics. The show is hosted by its creator, Joanna Lepore, consumer goods innovator and futurist at McDonald's. Find out more at looking-outside.com.Connect with Jo and join the Looking Outside community on LinkedIn.--All views are that of the host and guests and don't necessarily reflect those of their employers. Copyright 2023.OBOY and
With revolution bubbling just below the surface and the threat of returning Heralds, Nari & the Boys agree to do what they can for Menorest while focusing on their search for the Herald of Earth. Were Richter and Pine to challenge for the sword master titles taken from them it could create the chaos the revolution needs, but can our heroes delay any more given what they know about the Heralds' immortal nature? Join us for this actual play D&D adventure inspired by our favorite 16 bit era RPGs. We have merch! Check out our shop at 12sidedguys.com/shop and get your very own swag, drip, or whatever the kids call it nowadays. Join the 12 Sided Guys on Discord! https://discord.gg/SJZnpCCx6N Support us at patreon.com/12sidedguys for extra content including bonus episodes, DM notes, and more! -- Additional sound effects from zapsplat.com and tabletopaudio.com. Additional music by Jonathan Shaw. Find more of his music at www.jshaw.co.uk.
Marissa Nance is an advertising veteran with more than 30 years of experience developing marketing campaigns for clients like Amazon, Pine-sol and Nike. She has made it her mission to create pathways for BIPOC communities to be heard and have a seat at the table. In 2019, she left Omnicom to launch the first and only minority and female certified media agency, Native Tongue Communications. In this episode, Fanshen and Marissa talk about why Marissa decided to branch out on her own to form her own agency and her experience as a Black woman in advertising.
The Intuitive Customer - Improve Your Customer Experience To Gain Growth
Time is our most valuable resource. It's a resource that you aren't able to get any more of, no matter what you do, and you are losing more of it every second. When you look at it like that, asking people for their time a much bigger deal than you might have considered at first. Therefore, when you are spending it with them, you should make the most of it. Moreover, you are competing for customers' time. So, when they do give it to you, they are going to evaluate whether that was a good move afterward. If you are careful with it, you can end up on the bad side of an evaluation and a losing side of the battle for their attention in the future. Joe Pine, co-author of The Experience Economy, writes about this battle for customer attention and how they evaluate time given to you in a recent article about 'Competing for Customer Time'. Check it out here. We also hosted him on a recent podcast where he shared his three categories for customers' evaluations of time given to your organization. They include time well saved, time well spent, and time well invested. In this episode, we discuss these three categories and what they mean to organizational experiences. We also talk about how some organizations do it well, and some waste our time unapologetically. Here are some other key moments in the discussion: 03:22 Colin explains how the three categories of customer evaluation of time as Pine explained in the article and on the recent podcast created an Aha! Moment that rivals some of the most significant in his career. 08:10 Colin shares a story about calling his health insurance company and how they did not respect his time, how that could result in his finding a new provider, and how they will never know why. 12:39 We share an example of a company that takes their service and elevates it with the theatrical to create a time well spent evaluation. 22:44 We get into time well invested, and what expectations customers are likely to have before they would give an organization a positive evaluation in this area. 25:33 We share our final thoughts on what is happening here regarding the battle for customer's time and how you can leverage this insight for your organization. Did you know we have a YouTube Channel too? Check it out here. Connect with Colin on LinkedIn HERE. Follow Colin on Twitter HERE. Click HERE to learn more about Professor Ryan Hamilton of Emory University. To learn more about Beyond Philosophy's Suite of Services Click here.
On this episode: This is 40 is sadder than real life. Do white people love Judd Apatow? Back to Meat's Ferris Bueller sequel. Where are they now? Cam got therapy and mental health help thanks to modern society. Ferris outgrew them, obviously. Sloane? She's a HunBot and harasses her old classmates on Facebook. Word of the day: Deluge Who would play us in a movie? Which Chris, Pratt or Pine? Anna Kendrick or Kristin (Annie) Bell? Maybe Michael Cera? Meat forces Bobby to write an action movie based on his life ... and it's definitely a Christmas movie! Meat is not a fan of bell bottoms. We review the list of Best Sequels according to Rotten Tomatoes. This list is bullshit. Spoiler Alert! Bobby and Meat have opinions. Michelle is lost in thought thinking of sanitation workers until we talk about her favorite subject: podcasts. We all listen to very different shows. Legion the tv show, Legion the movie, The Guild and The League. Want more? We'll be here every Wednesday and Friday! Have some feedback we really need or something you want to hear Email: LifeStuffandThingspodcast@gmail.com Instagram: @lifestuffandthingspodcast Twitter: @LSATpod1 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/life-stuff-and-things/message
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Disclaimer: I didn't record this episode deep in the forest or on a deserted stretch of beach. I spent the weekend in my backyard, taking part in the 2023 Great Backyard Bird Count. Temperatures ranged from the mid-20s (F) into the high-40s over the weekend. The wind was BRUTAL, with gusts hitting 30 miles per hour. This is not a clean recording, but it accurately reflects the conditions in which I found myself during this event.As a birding enthusiast and a self-proclaimed citizen scientist, I am taking part in the 2023 Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC), a global event that encourages people to observe and count the birds in their backyard, local park, or any other location for at least 15 minutes on one or more days during the event. The event for 2023 began on Friday (2/17) and ends tomorrow (2/20). Despite insane wind and less-than-ideal birding conditions, I identified 14 different bird species during the event, including some of my favorite songbirds and a pair of Pileated Woodpeckers.Participating in the GBBC was not only fun and rewarding, but it also had important scientific value. By counting birds and reporting my sightings online, I contributed to one of the largest bird surveys in the world and helped scientists track changes in bird populations and their distribution over time. Even though my observations were from a small area, it's still valuable data that can help identify hotspots of bird diversity and monitor the spread of invasive species.The following are the bird species I identified during the event:Mourning DoveBald EagleDowny WoodpeckerPileated WoodpeckerBlue JayAmerican CrowBlack-capped ChickadeeTufted TitmouseWhite-breasted NuthatchCedar WaxwingNorthern CardinalHouse SparrowAmerican GoldfinchCommon RavenI hope you will consider joining me next February for the next bird count. Let me know how many birds you are able to identify in this recording! Recording Details:Date and Time: 2/19/2023 | 07:15AMLocation: My Backyard on Spider Lake | Traverse City, MichiganLandscape/Feature: Backyard with Cedar, Pine, Maple and Oak trees on Spider LakeConditions: 20F to 45F, Extreme Wind, SunnyRecording Device: Zoom F6 Field RecorderMicrophone(s): Sonorous Objects SO.1 MicrophonesDigital Audio Workstation: Adobe AuditionSupport the showThanks for listening! ❤️ Your support means the world to me. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter for daily updates.
This week I'm coming at you with an "Ask Me Anything" episode based on questions my listeners submitted on our new podcast hotline! My plan for 2023 is to do more "Ask me Anything"-style episodes, and to make it even more fun, I want to feature voices from the community! So, if you've got a burning question about pregnancy, birth, or postpartum that you'd like me to answer on the show - all you have to do is call: 919-213-8719 and leave a voice message. If chosen, I will play the question on a future episode and answer it right here on the show! In this episode, I will be covering questions about cholestasis, placenta encapsulation, epidurals, and more. If you love episodes where it's just me answering questions, do yourself a favor and go listen to the most embarrassing questions about pregnancy and birth on Episode 161 and Episode 162. Overwhelmed by the amount of pregnancy info out there? CLICK HERE to get helpful and supportive tips, info, and resources from an L&D nurse sent straight to your inbox every week, and never sort through search results again! Have an even better birth! CLICK HERE to learn more about our online birth classes that will help you feel prepared and in control - no matter how you deliver. And be sure to follow @mommy.labornurse on Instagram to join our community of over half a million for education, tips, and solidarity on all things pregnancy, birth, and postpartum! Related episodes and resources Episode 161: Your Most Embarrassing Birth Questions Answered - Part 1 Episode 162: Your Most Embarrassing Birth Questions Answered - Part 2 Pine tar bar soap Cholestasis research article Sponsor Are you in search of the perfect pump for your breastfeeding days? Proven to provide more milk in less time, the Motif Luna is a powerful breast pump that's built for modern motherhood and covered by insurance. With a battery-powered or non-battery version, the Luna is perfect for today's busy mom. Click HERE to learn more about Luna and order one for your breastfeeding and pumping journey. And as a special offer for MLN podcast listeners you can get 15% off site-wide, including the Luna plus all supplies and accessories with code: MLN23. Some exclusions may apply.
It's always good to have things to look forward to in life, and the books we can see coming up on the horizon are no exception. In this episode we'll be finding out the books that Chrissy Ryan and her team at Bookbar are excited about. Whether it's new books from authors we here at the Book Club Review have loved in the past or exciting new debuts from authors we've never heard of, we're primed and ready to get reading as soon as they drop. Plus we have a nerdy dive into what it takes to run a small independent bookshop, and why it's so important to be reading ahead of the pack. Listen in and be prepared to add to your TBR. Book list Chrissy recommended Rosewater by Liv Little (Dialogue books / Hachette) Small Worlds by Caleb Azumah Nelson (Penguin) Wandering Souls by Cecile Pin (Harpercollins) Nothing Special by Nicole Flattery (Bloomsbury) The Happy Couple by Naoise Dolan (W&N) Mrs S by K Patrick (Europa Editions) Yellowface by R. F. Kuang (Harper Collins) The Guest, Emma Cline (Penguin) Fire Rush by Jacqueline Crooks (Penguin) Lucy recommended Death of a Bookseller by Alice Slater (Hachette) In Memoriam by Alice Wynn (Penguin) Romantic Comedy by Curtis Sittenfeld Chandler and Frankie recommended One Small Voice by Santanu Bhattacharya (Penguin) Penance by Eliza Clark (Faber) Collected Works by Lydia Sandgren (Pushkin) Tomás Nevinson, Javier Marías (Penguin) The Late Americans by Brandon Taylor (Penguin) And Frankie also mentioned Nothing Special by Nicole Flattery (Bloomsbury) In addition to bookselling Frankie is also author Francesca Reece and so you might also be interested to try her book Voyeur: 'Devastatingly witty, compulsively readable . . . like Sally Rooney meeting Martin Amis in Paris' writes Francine Toon, author of Pine. To sign up to read and review proofs head to Netgalley UK or Netgalley.com Notes Check out the episode page on our website for full shownotes and a transcript, and do comment there anytime if you have thoughts on any of the books discussed in this show. You'll also find our archive of over one-hundred episodes to browse through, from our Booker Prize or Women's Prize specials to regular book club chats and interviews with authors and other book industry folk. You can also sign up to our free newsletter for more book recommendations between shows, and find out the details for our Patreon account and how to support us there. A quick free way to support us is to take a moment to rate and review the show wherever you get your podcasts, it really helps us reach new listeners. Tell your friends, share on social media, it means so much to us when you do. You can also find us on Instagram @BookClubReview podcast, on Twitter @bookclubrvwpod or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fr. Pine talks about why Jesus did not need to be redeemed
Ben Parfitt says that the pending closure of a pulp mill in Prince George and the loss of 300 high-paying jobs in the community is just the beginning of what promises to be a new and painful chapter in the province's beleaguered forest industry. Ben Parfitt is a resource policy analyst with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
What's up, guys! It's your favorite YouTube duo, Erick Khan and Tim Brown, back with another exciting episode of Pine Park After Dark. In this episode, we've got a very special guest, the one and only Mr. THC! Mr. THC has been making waves in the cannabis industry with his unique perspective and unwavering commitment to quality. In this episode, we dive into Mr. THC's come up story and learn about some of his favorite moments throughout his career. We also get to hear about his thoughts on the future of cannabis and how he plans to continue pushing the industry forward. But that's not all! We also ask the important questions, like whether Mr. THC thinks he could take on a tiger in a 1v1 (you won't want to miss his answer!). We know you guys are going to love this episode, so make sure to tune in and join the conversation. As always, we'll be taking your questions and comments live, so be sure to send them our way. See you in Pine Park! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Against all odds, one species is making a comeback! Whitebark Pine! At the top of the mountain, where few other trees even try to survive, this species thrives. It is a keystone species that has developed a particularly peculiar way of spreading its young about the mountain side. Co-evolution anyone? If you like old trees, cool birds, species killing fungi, and most importantly, a story of hope, than this is the podcast for you!ResourcesPlanting the Future: Saving whitebark and limber pineWhitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation of CanadaSponsorsWest FraserGreenLink Forestry Inc.Quotes1.12.12 - 1.12.20: “One of the most important things and hopeful things you can do is plant a tree under whose shade you won't sit.”TakeawaysTelltale signs of whitebark pine (9.42)Contrary to their name, whitebark pine barks are not white, but silver, and their thick canopy makes them look like broccoli tops. Their needles occur in bunches of five instead of two. Mutualism (15.52)The Clark's Nutcracker opens the cones of the whitebark pine and stays healthy on its high-fat seeds. It has evolved a pouch under its tongue to store up to 90 seeds of the tree. Keystone and pioneering species (23.02)Brenda finds that the whitebark pine is important for many species of birds and small mammals. Prescribed fires could be beneficial to their survival.Whitebark pine proliferation (28.22)Amelie describes the Clark's Nutcracker's specialized beak, which can open the hard egg-shaped cones of the whitebark pine. The bird's range is 12-28 km. “A species that gives back more to the ecosystem than it takes” (33.28)Brenda expects the subalpine ecosystem to be different with the loss of whitebark pine, a community on which many species rely. Threats to whitebark pine (41.18)Blister rust, the mountain pine beetle beetle, fire suppression and climate change are all threats to whitebark pine. 100 Tree Survey (50.59)Brenda's role in Parks Canada is to help whitebark pine recover and survive. They visit 100 large-diameter trees in the stand in mast years and assess them for blister rust resistance. Developing infection resistance (56.50)Brenda's team extracts the seeds from infection-resistant whitebark pine cones and sends them to nurseries to grow. Two years later, they take the seedlings back to the park to grow. Protecting whitebark pine from beetles (1.03.17)Brenda's team applies 2 packets to the valuable whitebark pines every spring that send chemical messages to mountain pine beetles, which save 60% of the trees. “Everybody's favourite day is planting day” (1.09.27)Brenda shares that there are 140 whitebark pines in Jasper National Park that they believe are resistant. It's important to plant them at fair distances in microsites for protection. A video speaks a million words (1.14.29)Amelie is proud of the video that seven mountain parks in Canada came together to create to raise awareness of the whitebark conversation program and rust resistance. Do your part (1.19.49)Brenda is encouraged by how the video has inspired whitebark pine restoration efforts in Alberta and BC. Brenda believes that visiting the beautiful whitebark pine forests and supporting the Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation of Canada are two ways in which each person can be a part of the conservation efforts.
After an eventful few days in the air, Nari & the Boys arrive in the Menorese capitol Colinium where our heroes' search for the Herald of Earth can begin in earnest. Also, Pine trips over his tongue, Richter explains the birds & the bees, Nari has salacious suspicions, and Rousse drops a toxic friendship. Join us for this actual play D&D adventure inspired by our favorite 16 bit era RPGs. We have merch! Check out our shop at 12sidedguys.com/shop and get your very own swag, drip, or whatever the kids call it nowadays. Join the 12 Sided Guys on Discord! https://discord.gg/SJZnpCCx6N Support us at patreon.com/12sidedguys for extra content including bonus episodes, DM notes, and more! -- Additional sound effects from zapsplat.com and tabletopaudio.com. Additional music by Jonathan Shaw. Find more of his music at www.jshaw.co.uk.
The Whitebark Pine is in trouble, thanks to a variety of factors. Idaho Matters takes look at why the tree is being listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act.
Maybe it's just that we're all back home after a bunch of travel, or the fact that Garrett is such a damn good conversationalist, but gosh darn it this one felt GOOD. No matter how many big steps he's taken with his business already, Garrett is yet again deciding between taking another big leap forward with Pine Print Shop, or maybe just sitting tight for awhile and increasing his efficiencies with the space and equipment he already has. Who better to weigh in on such a decision than top tier professionals such as ourselves? Topics of discussion include: Chess, Andy vs Andrew, ink, sales, CRM, live chat customer service, dancing around the AI rabbit hole, managing business leaps, mitigating risk, kraft ramen, DTF, fulfillment, 4 day work weeks, and light preppers.
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If you've ever spent time in the high, wild reaches of Greater Yellowstone, up near the tree line, you may have come across a silvery, gnarled pine tree. If you've seen it, chances are you've encountered a whitebark pine. These remarkable trees can live upwards of 1,000 years, and are often the highest elevation pines you'll find in Greater Yellowstone. And not only that, but they are important to the overall health of ecosystem in some surprising ways.On today's episode, we sit down with Dr. Danielle Ulrich, a plant physiologist and assistant professor in Montana State University's department of ecology. Dr. Ulrich runs a lab conducting research to better understand how high elevation pines respond to a variety of environmental stressors. Among her research subjects is the vitally important keystone species: the whitebark pine.These trees are a key food source for wildlife such as the Clark's nutcracker and the iconic Yellowstone grizzly bear. But their impacts don't stop at wildlife. As you're about to learn, they also have a vital role to play in protecting the ecosystem and its inhabitants from drought and other impacts of climate change. But as important as they are, the future of the whitebark pine is uncertain. Voices of Greater Yellowstone was created by the Greater Yellowstone Coalition, a conservation nonprofit dedicated to working with people to protect the lands, waters, and wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, now and for future generations.The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is the land of 49+ Indigenous Tribes who maintain current and ancestral connections to the lands, waters, wildlife, plants, and more.> Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get podcasts> Sign-up for our podcast supporter email list> Support the podcast and give a gift to GYC> Dr. Danielle Ulrich (email@example.com) and her lab> Whitebark Pine Ecosystem FoundationPodcast Artwork > Rachel Dunlap ArtMusic >Redwood Trail by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...)Artist: http://audionautix.com/Support the show
Tonight, Vacationer HORRIFIED By THIS At Pine Creeks Lodge. Why is this vacationer horrified? Pine Creek Lodge must be just that spooky!
Lilan Bowden (Andi Mack, Murderville, Shrinking, Brewster High) joins the 'boys to talk NorCal, Pine and Crane, and noodles vs rice before a review of Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams. Plus, another edition of Pie In This Guy. Sources for this week's intro: https://youtu.be/DgfumenJbXE https://www.the-sun.com/news/1788334/pelosis-fridge-ice-cream-blamed-election/ https://www.foxnews.com/politics/pelosi-progressives-ice-cream-election-house https://www.msn.com/en-us/tv/news/i-can-t-shut-up-about-about-nancy-pelosi-s-hot-dog-diet/ar-AA174s5X https://www.businessinsider.com/nancy-pelosi-diet-ice-cream-breakfast-hot-dog-lunch-2023-1 https://jenis.com/pages/jeni-brittonWant more Doughboys? Check out our Patreon!: https://patreon.com/doughboysSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Whispers: Plant Spirit Medicine
* White Pine * Grief * Song * Evergreen * Peace * Mending * Community * Collective * Mass Deaths * Souls * Incarnation * Endings & Beginnings * Clarity * Pandemic * Earthquake * Human Experience * Lungs * Breath * Amanda's website: alchemillas * The Liriodendress on Substacks: The Liriodendress | amanda nicole | Substack * Amanda's IG: Amanda Nicole (@alchemillasplantmedicine) • Instagram photos and videos * Amanda's YouTube: (83) amanda nicole - YouTube --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/amanda-dilday/support
De Bonne Nature avec Christophe
le paliure (ou épine du Christ) est un arbuste qui pousse dans le sud-est de la France. Classique des herboristeries, il nous apporte ses propriétés bénéfiques pour les articulations douloureuses. Il pourrait même avoir des propriétés protectrices cardiovasculaires. Abonnez-vous à la lettre d'information gratuite ! C'est ici : ➜ www.altheaprovence.com/podcast-lettreinfo ---------------------------- La transcription du podcast : ➜ https://www.altheaprovence.com/paliure-epine-du-christ-articulations-douloureuses-troubles-urinaires-et-plus/
How are you doing today? Are you ready for a double-header guest episode of the Ski Rex Media Podcast? I hope so because that is exactly what you are getting this week. For today's episode, I bring you two of the folks I met at King Pine Ski Area a couple of weeks ago. These folks are part of the many that keep the show rolling over there. First, Shawn Taylor, Asst. GM and Ops. Manager at King Pine Ski Area. Shawn has been with the area for a while, so we were able to get into some of the histories of King Pine, what it's like to have been there for so long, and some of what they have going on here in the 21st century. Second, Chris Setchell, the head of the ski school. This guy has been around the world, landed at King Pine, and has a vision for what he would like their ski school to become. He has all the credentials and all of the stories. I think you'll enjoy this one. Thank you for listening! Would you like more information about King Pine Ski Area and Purity Spring Resort? Head to the websites listed below: King Pine Ski Area - https://www.kingpine.com Purity Spring Resort - https://www.purityspring.com Danforth Bay Camping & RV Resort - https://www.danforthbay.com Be sure to check out the Ski Rex Media Partners, as well: Whaleback Mountain - Saint Custom Ski & Snowboards - Skiing With No Filter Please follow/subscribe to the Ski Rex Media Podcast on Podbean, your favorite podcast app, or YouTube. Head to http://www.skirexmedia.com for more from Ski Rex Media, which includes links to social media, contact links, merch, and a link to the Ski Rex Media Patreon page, which is at https://www.patreon.com/skirexmedia. Subscribing there gets you the podcast on Sunday instead of Wednesday, priority call-ins during live streams, bonuses, and other tasty tidbits. Thank you!!!
today i chat raw granola, cacao, interviewing my expander, letting the superficial lead to deep healing, curries, chia pudding mastery, intuitive beauty tricks and more. enjoy sweet happy littles! xx follow the fun @happylilthingspod
Inhale...... Hold......Exhale...... and STRIKE! The good news is that Shen Meizhuang is finally using color on her lips. The bad news? The girls' relaxing stroll through the garden takes a deadly turn when Pine Nut leaps out in ferocious CGI. But then everyone quickly forgets about that when some more good news finally comes our way for Zhen Huan. Thank goodness Fuca Gui Ren isn't the main character... Things indicate our subscribers may be getting Zhen Huan Justice pt. 2 very soon, so make sure to like and subscribe! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whitegaze/message
Eastern white pine is an iconic tree of cultural and historical importance to eastern North America. The “great pineries” in this corner of the world were heavily exploited during the 19th century for everything from ship masts to lumber that built growing cities. But white pine has been quietly making a recovery over the past 150 years, and with that recovery white pine silviculture has continued to evolve. Join us for a conversation with Dr. William Livingston from the University of Maine as we explore the health and management of this fascinating tree species.To earn CEU/CFE credits, learn more, or interact with SilviCast, visit the episode webpage.
MrBallen Podcast: Strange, Dark & Mysterious Stories
Golden Classics Great OTR Shows
Ranger Bill is a Christian radio program from the 1950s, produced by Moody Radio. With over 200 episodes produced, Ranger Bill stars Miron Canaday as the title character and Stumpy Jenkins and Ed Ronne, Sr as Grey Wolf. The main character, Ranger Bill, is a forest ranger located in the town of Knotty Pine along the Rocky Mountains. The show describes the various tales of the adventures of Ranger Bill and his friends. Listen to our radio station Old Time Radio https://link.radioking.com/otradio Listen to other Shows at My Classic Radio https://www.myclassicradio.net/ Remember that times have changed, and some shows might not reflect the standards of today's politically correct society. The shows do not necessarily reflect the views, standards, or beliefs of Entertainment Radio
pine bamboo and plum - #3337 by chair house 02022023.mp3pine bamboo and plumいつだって穏やかで優しく美しいフランです。ではでは．．☆☆☆☆☆■ＰＳ１：日本人サッカー選手がすごいことになっていますが、最近はバスケットでも大変なことになっています。最初はやっぱり野球の大谷選手ですね。ここ数年で個としての日本人が世界中で異様な力を発揮し始めています。最初は国として世界に飛び出した。明治維新。次は企業として世..
All of your wedding photography questions answered - and what to ask your potential photographer. This week, Sara's answering the questions she was asked as a photographer. No guest this week, just Sara wearing her photographer hat! Some freebies and fun: Grab the wedding planning zine! Peep the pics from our Couples Social! Check out the video of our Couples Social! Looking for a wedding pro to connect with? We've got you! The Wedding Dish Podcast | @theweddingdishpodcast Wedding Pros Live Music + Entertainment: Perfekt Blend Band | @perfektblendband Photography: Photos from the Harty | @photosfromhart Wedding Planning + Design: Little Black Book | @littleblkbk Food and Beverage: On the Fly Tapsters | @ontheflytapsters_ Venue: Mess Hall | @messhalldc Hair + Makeup: Rissel | @rissel_beautyg Stationery: Type A Studio | @typea_studio Real Estate: Kimiko Scott | @kscott_realtor | firstname.lastname@example.org Honeymoon Planning: Boundless Travels | @boundlesstravels Videography: Photuggraphy | @atuggy Suits: Commonwealth Proper | @commonwealthproper Bridal Gowns: Grace + Ivory| @graceandivoryofficial Custom Vow Books: Ox and Pine | @oxandpine Audio Guest Book: At the Beep | @atthebeep.co Erin, The Wedding Dish Producer: @mabely_q Need your dish fix? Visit theweddingdishpodcast.com to check out our upcoming events, apply to be a guest, and check out show notes. This episode is brought to you by... Photos from the Harty, a small but mighty team of wedding and event photographers in Washington, D.C. We believe our couples need to love their photographers as much as their photos, and bring their personalities to each and every shoot. District Bliss, a community of business owners; get the support you need to skyrocket your business with ease! Sprout Creative, marketing for heart-centered businesses; grow your potential through smart marketing 17hats. Business just got easier. At The Wedding Dish, we use 17hats for scheduling guests, questionnaires, to develop our show notes, and for our all of guest management. It's the CRM that makes it easy to run two businesses and two podcasts seamlessly. Chill Paws, human-grade CBD for your furry pals (use CLOU15 for a discount!)
The Worst of 2022 finishes up with a movie that may... divide us? Maybe? Sorta? Not really? The guys talk about the controversial-for-every-reason-other-than-the-actual-movie Don't Worry Darling. They discuss the standout performances of Pugh and Pine, Harry Styles' wild dance scene that makes them question if he's a bad dancer, the ridiculous ending that leaves big, gaping logistical holes and much, much more. Next week: back to the regular grind as Patty picks a 90s thriller for the guys to watch. What We've Been Watching: Lincoln "The Last of Us" Questions? Comments? Suggestions? You can always shoot us an e-mail at email@example.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/wwttpodcast Facebook: www.facebook.com/wwttpodcast Twitter: www.twitter.com/wwttpodcast Instagram: www.instagram.com/wwttpodcast Theme Song recorded by Taylor Sheasgreen: www.facebook.com/themotorleague Logo designed by Mariah Lirette: www.instagram.com/its.mariah.xo Montrose Monkington III: www.twitter.com/montrosethe3rd Don't Worry Darling stars Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, Olivia Wilde, Gemma Chan, Nick Kroll, KiKi Layne, Kate Berlant, Douglas Smith and Chris Pine; directed by Olivia Wilde. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mark and Bryan unite to crown the king of the Chrises as they pit Evans, Pratt, Hemsworth, Pine, Tucker, Farley, Rock and Elliott against each other.
The Holistic Herbalism Podcast
Our herbs this week are pine and plantain! A mighty tall tree and a humble herb of the packed earth.Pine trees come in many varieties. Around Boston we mainly find white pine (Pinus strobus) and red pine (Pinus resinosa), but many others are similar. Pine can help sustain energy and mood, so we consider it a stimulant – but not like coffee. Pine will help you stand steady, not make you jittery. We like to include a bit of twig along with the needles in our tea, as this gets a bit of resinous material in there as well. As Ryn can (and will, at any opportunity) tell you, pines are lovely to climb – if you can make it to the first branch, that is!Plantain – we're talking about Plantago species, not the banana thing! – is an herb who loves paths and the people who make them. Whether the introduced and very common Plantago major or P. lanceolata, or the native-to-North-America purple-stemmed P. rugelii, this is a flexible and versatile herb. In this episode we focus on its capacity to help a uniquely modern problem: the impacts on our bodies of pharmaceuticals, especially NSAIDs. At the gut lining and the liver, plantain helps resolve the damage these sometimes-necessary medications can cause. And this from a very safe plant, with no known drug interactions!Our Integumentary Health course features pine and plantain several times, along with an array of other herbs who help the skin: burdock and calendula, of course, but also turmeric and echinacea, among others. Whatever the problem is – whether we call it eczema, psoriasis, or just “that troublesome patch of skin”, herbs can help! Topical applications for common herbs play a big role in this work, and we also dig into the effective herbs you can take orally to see results on the skin. Like all our offerings, this is a self-paced online video course, which comes with free access to twice-weekly live Q&A sessions, lifetime access to current & future course material, twice-weekly live Q&A sessions with us, open discussion threads integrated in each lesson, an active student community, study guides, quizzes & capstone assignments, and more!If you enjoyed the episode, it helps us a lot if you subscribe, rate, & review our podcast wherever you listen. This helps others find us more easily. Thank you!Our theme music is “Wings” by Nicolai Heidlas.Support the showYou can find all of our online herbalism courses at online.commonwealthherbs.com!
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Business Unveiled: Expert Tips and Secrets from Top Creative Industry Professionals
Have you noticed how every day is full of surprises? Even though I live by my calendar, there is always something unexpected and new that happens! The universe brings us together in amazing ways. We've been focusing on lifelines lately (if you've listened to the past few episodes) and if you are a business owner, your brand story is a huge part of your lifeline. Recently I traveled to the Atlanta market to shop for a client, and also I just love to go to see what's new! It's hours of walking up and down stairs in multiple buildings with many many floors… and yes, you guessed it, I'm tracking ALL my steps along the way! It wasn't on my to do list for the day but I walked by this world art gallery with maps everywhere (I'm obsessed with traveling and seeing the world and learning geography because I'm SO not good at it.). I had to stop and go in! I spent hours in there! Ya know when you see something and you have that inspiration and you just have to stop and get it out! This was one of those moments! I quickly started to lay things out on the floor and designed away with one of their team members. Then one of the owners came over to answers some questions. When asking him about his story it's the way he responded where I couldn't help myself…and asked “can I video you” (I've learned to ask, thank you to my sweet travel husband)! There was an amazing brand story there and we recorded this podcast right on the spot! No mics (even though I had them in my bag, didn't want to kill the vibe), I was so excited to hear how the company was founded and what they do, that we jumped right into conversation. Let me introduce you to Ryan Martz of Fire & Pine. Grown from passion, this business's mission is to provide meaningful home decor that gives memories a sense of place through their unique burning process that creates decorative wall maps, intricate U.S. patents and custom-designed wood artwork for customers in all 50 states and internationally. I'm so excited for you to listen in to (watch) hear his story and I would highly recommend you watch so you can catch a glimpse of their creativity at work! Main Topics: *Taking a passion and turning it into a real business*How to lead with relationships*How to create a company culture that includes your team Key Takeaways: *Some of the best ideas and inventions come from last minute thinking*Creative ways to involve sustainability in your business*How to be productive as a creative More About Our Guest: When we started Fire and Pine in 2016, there were only a handful of us working out of a small part of a warehouse. Today, we are a team of 24 artisans working from a full-scale production facility in a small town in South Carolina. Our unique burning process creates decorative wall maps, intricate U.S. patents and custom-designed wood artwork for customers in all 50 states and internationally. We've grown rapidly, continually adding new products to the Fire and Pine brand and increasing production output. None of this would be possible without a fantastic team of creative professionals who take pride in the art of woodworking. Thanks to the support of our local community — and you! — our team is continuously innovating. The fact that we get to have fun while we work is an added bonus.