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Autumn signals the slow descent into slumber for another year - but not before the fireworks of the late flowering perennials, exotics and bulbs, the harvest of the last of the beautiful summer veg and finally the firework bank of the tree's as they turn there annual colours of orange, reds and yellows. Its time to switch up the usual gardening to get on with some bigger jobs and also dust off the longer trousers, thermals and the rain coat as moisture levels increase and the temperatures go down. Autumn is always a time for both reflection and planning as the previous growing season and next collide in the Head Gardeners mind - so join Lucy and Saul every week as they bring you more tales from their gardening lives!Saul is in full recovery, and returning to Stonelands for a full weeks gardening was just the tonic - and with the frigid and dry days of winter finally here it means we can get stuck into some 'proper' gardening. Lucy has a lovely listeners question about pruning Witch-hazel, which gets the gardening pair thinking about winter flowers, and she also relives here Garden Media Guild Award experience where the great and good meet to celebrate their achievements in the world of Gardening in the press, podcasts and photography.Twitter links:Saul @GardeningSaulInstagram Links:Lucy headgardenerlcIntro and Outro music from https://filmmusic.io"Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Support the show
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Joe Lamb, founder of the Borneo Project, is a writer, activist, and arborist living in Berkeley, California. His poetry and essays have appeared in Earth Island Journal, The Sun, Caliban, Wind, Orion, and other magazines. His work is also included in the anthologies The Rag and Bone Shop of the Heart: A Poetry Anthology, Robert Bly et al editors, and Veterans of War/Veterans of Peace, Maxine Hong Kingston editor. Joe has degrees in biology, ecology, and film. He has taught biology and ecology in the United States and in Mexico. He worked as a field organizer on the Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign, and as a film distributor for The Video Project. For over forty years he has tended trees in the urban forest as co-owner of Brende and Lamb Tree and Shrub care. In 1991, under the auspices of Earth Island Institute, Joe founded the Borneo Project, an NGO that helps the indigenous peoples of Borneo secure land rights and protect their forest. Honored by the Goldman Foundation as an “environmental hero,” Joe was featured in the San Francisco public television program, “Green Means.” For over 30 years the Borneo Project has helped indigenous peoples map their lands, bring their case to the court of public opinion, and press for the preservation of their forests through legal action. Learn more about the Borneo Project – see the link below. Joe is firmly committed to trees as an essential part of any realistic strategy to help the world limit and mitigate the potentially catastrophic consequences of climate change. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/plantatrilliontrees/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/plantatrilliontrees/support
Join Mike Miller, host of the St. Louis Composting Garden Hotline, as he shares invaluable insights on tree care, perennials, shrubs, and more. Get expert advice on everything from protecting your plants during cold snaps to the art of pruning and transplanting. If you're a gardening enthusiast, don't miss out on this informative and interactive show! Call in with your questions and let Mike guide you through the wonders of the plant world. Brought to you by Stainless Composting.
On Monday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Tom Stewart from Keane's Garden Centre to discuss extending your stock of garden shrubs for free with hard wood cuttings Tom also answered your gardening questions! If you'd like to get in touch, email email@example.com
Andrew Brewer is a commercial operator and developer and is the lead sponsor and lead developer on multiple ground up development projects and land subdivision projects comprising hundreds of residential units valued at over 160 million combined.Main point:What are the risks and rewards in ground-up development?What key factors passive investors should consider when evaluating ground-up projects vs. value-add?What challenges do ground-up development projects present to sponsors?What are the risk mitigation strategies you use in development to make sure your investors are protected?How do you structure deals and what do you look for in putting together a structure Is real estate development capital intensive? How much capital do you need to develop a property?Connect with Andrew Brewer:Visit my website to see current projects and join my investor list for access to upcoming firstname.lastname@example.org://www.facebook.com/andrew.brewer.irongallhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/andrew-brewer-b6b042125/http://www.irongallinvestments.com
This week is Q&A Week and Nathan answers your questions! Jeff is wondering if he can reuse his old potting soil or if he has to discard it. Nathan gives him an easy method to sterilize soil that can then be safely reused. Next, Alyssa wants to grow some unusual annual flowers over the winter, so Nathan gives her tips on getting the bed prepared and which annuals you can buy at a nursery or grow from seed yourself! Lastly, another Jeff wants to know if he can transplant some overgrown shrubs now and, if so, how to do it properly for best success.
Ben, Noel and super producer Casey Pegram dive back into the weeds of the surprisingly ancient (and ridiculous) art of trimming flora into bizarre and elaborate shapes. It's a practice that had a habit of falling in and out of fashion depending on the whims of whoever was in power. Were topiaries simply an elaborate flex for the super rich or something that could be appreciated by everyone? Or maybe both?! Find out in this second part of the history of topiaries.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Fall fireworks have started and the Autumn leaves are putting on a colorful show. Have you ever wondered why? Julio and I will explain what's happening during our 1st segment. Has your lawn suddenly started changed colors? We'll tell you what's happening during our second segment! We're going to talk about Autumn Anomalies! Shrubs that are flowering now in late fall! Get FREE Perennials!! It's time to Split those perennials! We'll share with you how to divide your favorites in our 2nd segment! Before you put away that mower there are a few things to take care of.
We're shoulder to shoulder this week. Lots to discuss.. including subtle hints from our mums, Johnny Sexton's adorable son, signs from the universe and one of our favourite topics...pizza. Dave makes a comeback this week, as well as Georgie's physio Shrubs and Rubs. Happy Tuesday everyone! Thank you Colgate for supporting Soul Sisters Follow Health Coach Clare McKenna HERE Recommends: Doula Care Ireland Claire's Curly Manifesto
Dan Hager from Hartney Greymont, a Davey company, in Concord, talks about the fall and spring planting seasons.In this episode we cover: When to plant a tree (0:48)Mistakes homeowners make when planting (1:16)Planting potted plants (2:00)Caring for roots in potted plants (2:38)Utilizing native soil (3:47)Planting bigger vs planting smaller (4:17)Spring planting (4:47)Watering newly planted trees (5:38)Dan's seasonal preferences (6:17)Dan's favorite trees to plant (6:52)The importance of plant diversity in your landscape (8:11)How Dan became an arborist (9:02)Dan's relationship with his clients (10:43)When does the planting season take place? (11:25)Is it okay to plant during the off season? (13:31)To find your local Davey office, check out our find a local office page to search by zip code. To learn more about planting in the off season, read our blogs Is it Safe to Plant Trees in Summer? and Can You Plant Trees, Shrubs or Evergreens in the Winter?To learn more about handling potted plants, read our blog Tree Planting Guide: 3 Methods of Planting Trees.Connect with Davey Tree on social media:Twitter: @DaveyTreeFacebook: @DaveyTreeInstagram: @daveytreeYouTube: The Davey Tree Expert CompanyLinkedIn: The Davey Tree Expert Company Connect with Doug Oster at www.dougoster.com. Have topics you'd like us to cover on the podcast? Email us at email@example.com. We want to hear from you!
Today we speak with Emily Baisden, Seed Manager at Wild Seed Project. She tells us all about the best native shrubs to grow to benefit birds and pollinators. You can order Wild Seed Project's new booklet, Native Shrubs For Northeast Landscapes by going to https://wildseedproject.net/. Native shrubs mentioned in this episode: Buttonbush; Winterberry; Highbush Blueberry; Bayberry; Sumac; Hazelnut; Spirea; Viburnum; Dogwood; Spicebush; Witch Hazel and Clethra. Join Catherine Greenleaf, a certified wildlife rehabilitator with 20 years of experience rescuing and rehabilitating injured birds, for twice-monthly discussions about restoring native habitat and helping the birds in your backyard. Access the BIRD HUGGER Newsletter here: www.birdhuggerpodcast.com. Send your questions about birds and native gardening to firstname.lastname@example.org. (PG-13) St. Dymphna Press, LLC.
Gorse reminded Irishman Lord George Bennett of home, so he planted it when he founded the Oregon seaside town of Bandon; years later, the gorse destroyed the city in a fiery cataclysm. (Bandon, Coos County; 1930s) (For text and pictures, see https://offbeatoregon.com/1011d-bandon-founder-favorite-plant-destroyed-his-town.html)
Jonah Nelson from Family Tree nursery joins us for autumn planting. He also give you 4 great reasons why it's the perfect time to plant.Also how to bring your plants from outside in. Jonah explains the best ways to do both. He also give you 4 great reasons why it's the perfect time to plant.
Conifers aren't the only champions of green during the long gray months of our beautiful Evergreen State. Shrubs, low growing trees and even ground cover add to the variety in our landscapes that give the eyes something to feast beyond the tall trees.
Healing takes on many forms. While our lists may vary, I'll wager that not many of us place “business stewardship” in the top ten. The thing is, in a capitalist society, doing business differently just might be the antidote to community disinvestment and unsustainable consumption of people and physical resources. And, since we gotta start somewhere, why not with a little fizzy bevy? Mindy McCord, one-half of the team (alongside Layne Cozzolino) behind Siren Shrub Co., believes that being the best doesn't necessarily mean being the biggest. Nor does it mean following a rule book written by those who've come before, which, in the alcohol and alcohol-adjacent industries, means mostly male-lead, mainly venture capital-backed brands. From engaging with local farm partners (the brand is based in Wisconsin) to being mindful of where they spend their dollars, Mindy says Siren's guiding principle is community wealth-building rather than scaling for global market dominance. GUEST BIO Mindy McCord is the co-founder (alongside Layne Cozzolino) of Siren Shrub Co., a women-owned, values-led beverage company that's on a mission to create space at the table for everyone, regardless of their drinking preference! Siren Shrub Co crafts tangy apple cider vinegar-based mixers used a splash at a time to create delicious cocktails with or without the addition of alcohol! SUPPORT FOR THERAPISTS Know the Numbers/Navigate the Feelings: A Financial Literacy Workshop for Therapists Tuesday, October 17, 6-8pm CST on Zoom Does the word ‘finance' make you want to run and hide? We get it! As therapists, we didn't learn this stuff in school! Join Aggie Chydzinski and Sarah Buino for a live, interactive online workshop designed specifically for therapist business owners. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your financial knowledge and improve your practice. 100% of ticket price donations go to Sista Afya Community Care. Reserve your spot: https://tinyurl.com/therapistfinance Be Your Own Boss Private Practice Workshop Thursday, November 9, 2023 9:00am - 4:00pm, and Friday, November 10, 2023, from 9:00am to 4:00pm DePaul University Loop Campus - DePaul Center 1 E. Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL 60604 So you want to be your own boss? Many therapists feel pulled by the allure of private practice but have no idea where to begin. Some hang their shingle and wait for the phone to ring only to sit twiddling their thumbs, asking, “Where are the clients?” Facilitated by Sarah Buino, you'll learn the business 101s including insurance, business structure, and basic financials. You'll also have the opportunity to create your brand and begin a marketing plan. Cost: 12 CEUs / $199 Nonmember / $159 NASW Member. Register now: https://tinyurl.com/naswprivatepractice Let's be friends! You can find me in the following places… Website:www.headheartbiztherapy.com/podcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HeadHeartBizTherapy/ Instagram: @headheartbiztherapy NEW: Our Bookshop.org page! https://bookshop.org/shop/HeadHeartBizTherapy NEW: Check out our cute new merch items!https://tinyurl.com/CWHmerch
Discover from Alan why autumn is the perfect season for planting shrubs – and how to ensure your investment pays you back for years of pleasure to come Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Limestone County Master Gardeners Emily Clem and Soozi Pline talk about native plants that grow well in the North Alabama region. They identify plants, season by season, that bloom and provide food for pollinators all year long. In the process of naturalizing their own home properties, Emily and Soozi identify which plants work for different sun and soil conditions. They agree that gardening is often trial and error and even Master Gardener experts make mistakes!Links:https://www.aces.edu/ (Alabama Cooperative Extension)https://www.landtrustnal.org/2023/04/17/northal-native-plants/https://www.alcpl.org/The Athens-Limestone Public Library has a wide selection of books on native plants. Have questions about this episode? Email email@example.comMusic by Pixabay
Welcome to another episode of Mid-South Gardening featuring Vador Vance, Kenneth Mabry, and Jim Crowder!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andy Willcut and Kyle Quenby join Tyler Napier, Greg Garrett and Key Budge to talk about the beautiful landscape throughout the City of Tehachapi and why it looks the way it does. Andy & Kyle share details on the complexity to keep 25 acres of landscaping green and colorful year round. The talk about the science and technology they use to accomplish the goals the city has put forth. Their hard work translates into improved quality of life for all of us in Tehachapi. Send your show thoughts, questions and suggestions to Media@TehachapiCityHall.com.
Anne Little previews the Tree and Shrub sale at the baseball stadium on September 23rd. Order trees and shrubs right now at treefredericksburg.org There's also a Plant and Play event at the stadium--games for kids--lectures and workshops for adults.
Late summer has arrived, and with it a sense of fall coming soon. In the earth, in our bodies. As folks with wombs, we're intimately connected with the seasons outside of us. And it's in this late summer season we can start to feel an urgency or desire to both relish in the abundance and joy of summer in all its glory, and also store and preserve our foods and medicines for the coming winter. Herbal vinegars are a form of preservation that brings it all together. We can make everything from strongly medicinal vinegars we are working with intensively for a clear purpose all the way to fun and lighthearted shrubs or oxymels we can prepare with the intention to uplift and/or enjoy with friends in a social setting.Herbal vinegars are versatile, accessible, and also - unsurprisingly - a remnant of our ancestral womb lineages. A form of medicine that's been around as long as written records have been, and likely a lot longer than that. But what are the *actual* benefits of medicinal vinegars? When would we choose them over other preparations, and why?What do they extract better than other methods?I cover all of this (and more, of course), in this week's episode.Listen to learn:what herbal vinegars area little on the history of herbal vinegars (hint: they're ancient)different medicinal preparation methods from around the worldsome of the modern research on health benefits of vinegarwhy we might want to incorporate herbal vinegars for hormonal healthsome herbs that may be especially helpful in the form of vinegarResources:Today's shownotes: Get references + link to Herbal Vinegar bookEpisode 4: Herbal spotlight on tulsiEpisode 11: Herbal spotlight on dandelionEpisode 22: Herbal spotlight on nettlesEpisode 32: Herbal spotlight on motherwortEpisode 44: Herbal bitters & hormonal healthFREE GUIDE: 10 Key Herbs for Your Hormonal HealthIf you loved this episode, share it with a friend, or take a screenshot and share on social media and tag me @herbalwombwisdom. And if you love this podcast, leave a rating & write a review! It's really helpful to get the show to more amazing humans like you. ❤️DISCLAIMER: This podcast is for educational purposes only, I am not providing any medical advice, I am not a medical practitioner, I'm an herbalist and in the US, there is no path to licensure for herbalists, so my role is as an herbal educator. Please do your own research and consult your healthcare provider for any personal heal
Today we take a trip back in time to the 60s and 70s, re-discovering an engineer turned producer that has his fingers on many classic tracks and worked with legends. Our Featured Artist of the Week is Sid Bucknor. Two late 80s Hip-Hop jams from Queen Latifah and De La Soul plus fresh cuts from King Toppa, Shrub, and the IRIE Track of the Week, Ester Sings. Kick back, crank it up - this week's show is now in session PLAYLIST Prince Far I - Throw Away Your Gun Radikal Guru, Dubbing Sun & Cheshire Cat Sid Bucknor & Leroy Wallace - Rob Oil Sid Bucknor & The Ebony Sisters - Tell Love Hello Sid Bucknor & Spanky Brown - Come Out Of Darkness Sid Bucknor & Prince Far I - Johnny Get Worse Queen Latifah & Monie Love - Ladies First De La Soul, Jungle Brothers & A Tribe Called Quest - Buddy Shrub - We Wanna Smoke Dubmatix - Ranking Ska King Toppa & Kidfox Steven - Love Eja Ester Sings - Fight For Your Life Fight For Your Rights Dubbbing Sun & Echo Ranks - Politician Radikal Guru, Dubbing Sun & Cheshire Cat - Good Ganja Gardna, Dynamite MC, Eva Lazarus, MC Sypda & Inja - Massive VIP Walks & Micky B (Irie Track of the Week) plus the Featured Artist of the Week straight outta Birmingham England, Overproof Soundsystem plus our regular Hip Hop Throwback with two classics from Digital Underground and Eric B & Rakim. Kick back, crank it up - this week's show is now in session PLAYLIST Dillinger & Trinity - Rizla Skank Dillinger, Trinity, Wayne Wade & Al Campbell - Five Man Army Cornell Campbell - 100lbs pf Collie Overproof Soundsystem - Watch What You Put Inna… Overproof Soundsystem - The Shield Overproof Soundsystem & Cheshire Cat - The ‘Erb Digital Underground - The Humpty Dance Eric B & Rakim - Know The Ledge Easah & Silly Walks Discotheque - Life Nice Blackout JA - Emergency Walk Dubmatix - Ska Pressure Micky B - Lay With You Reggae Roast & Gappy Ranks - My Selecta JOIN THE MAILING LIST Join me in the Bassment each week for a session of top vibes. www.bassmentsessions.com IRIE MAGAZINE for the latest in the world of reggae and beyond, jump on over to the number one online reggae magazine that matters https://www.iriemag.com/ FREE 2GB DUB & REGGAE LOOP PACK Produced by Dubmatix https://reggae-loops.com/2023-free-pack
We will be going game by game with this Rockies series, buckle up. Where have the best fans in baseball gone? Giveaways. Iggy takes the reigns and starts talking golf. "Well, they aren't happy in the EDF Group text inbox". How was the PlowHawk's vacay? Wildlife. Going back to school. Sunday scaries. Alternate shot talk. Jackson going to Vegas. What's on the itinerary? Recording video in the pool. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sarah Raven and Gary Newell share a mutual passion for shrubbery, putting more thought into the ornamental beauty of these structural garden sensations.In our 12 best series, we turn our attention to shrubs - all through the year, these trendy varieties are standout additions to your garden, whether you're looking for a shrub that's pollinator-friendly, compact, colourful or grandiose.In this episode, discover:Varieties of shrubs which thrive in wet and dry conditions alikeNew shrubs like Daphne Perfume Princess which combine strong growing with showy flowers and irresistible scentEvergreens to bring sensational structure all year roundGet in touch: firstname.lastname@example.orgShop on the Sarah Raven Website: http://bit.ly/3jvbaeu Follow Sarah: https://bit.ly/3jDTvBpFollow Arthur: https://bit.ly/3jxSKK5
In Episode 322 of Hidden Forces, Demetri Kofinas speaks with someone he has gotten to know mainly by following his anonymous account on Twitter where he goes by the name Shrubbery Capital or Le Shrub, for short. Le Shrub consistently provides some of the most entertaining and clever market commentary you will find anywhere and Demetri could not resist the opportunity to have him on the podcast, especially given the fact that this conversation was conducted in person. The two spend most of the first hour discussing Le Shrub's background, his investment philosophy, and his process for coming up with new trade ideas, as well as his experience shorting the housing market in 2008 as part of a famous team known for doing “The Big Short.” What he learned from that experience and how it applies to today's markets is also part of that conversation. The rest of the episode including the second hour is a deep dive into many of the topics that are top of mind right now for investors and policymakers alike. Demetri and his guest discuss the divergence between bonds and equities, the bull and bear cases for commodities, the fate of emerging markets, the bull and bear cases for different European economies, China, gold, the US Dollar, and of course, no conversation is complete today without a discussion about the investment implications of A.I., and yes, Aliens. You can subscribe to our premium content and gain access to our premium feed, episode transcripts, and Intelligence Reports (or Key Takeaways) at HiddenForces.io/subscribe. If you want to join in on the conversation and become a member of the Hidden Forces genius community, which includes Q&A calls with guests, access to special research and analysis, in-person events, and dinners, you can also do that on our subscriber page. If you still have questions, feel free to email email@example.com, and Demetri or someone else from our team will get right back to you. If you enjoyed listening to today's episode of Hidden Forces you can help support the show by doing the following: Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | YouTube | Spotify | Stitcher | SoundCloud | CastBox | RSS Feed Write us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify Subscribe to our mailing list at https://hiddenforces.io/newsletter/ Producer & Host: Demetri Kofinas Editor & Engineer: Stylianos Nicolaou Subscribe & Support the Podcast at https://hiddenforces.io Join the conversation on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter at @hiddenforcespod Follow Demetri on Twitter at @Kofinas Episode Recorded on 07/27/2023
In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin coach four Pump Heads via Zoom. 2119: Getting Leaner By Eating More Calories, Ways to Improve Muscle Definition, How to Train When You are Feeling Burnt Out & More (Listener Live Coaching) Mind Pump Fit Tip: Do the LEAST amount of work to ELICIT the most amount of change. (2:06) Recapping Maximus' 4th Birthday Party. (14:59) The value of sign language for kids. (23:49) Effective natural methods to dispose of ants and other insects. (27:26) Big Pharma advertising spend game. (35:40) Glyphosates are EVERYWHERE! (43:13) The guy's take on the Jonah Hill emotional abuse allegations. (46:30) It's all about timing when it comes to elections. (50:03) Threads vs Twitter. (58:23) An update from Sal on the peptide BP-157. (59:04) An easy way to boost your protein is with Paleo Valley's bone broth protein powder. (1:00:35) Shout out to Bret Johnson. (1:01:41) #ListenerLive question #1 – How do you reverse your diet if you're mostly eating meat? (1:03:10) #ListenerLive question #2 - Is it ok to jump from program to program? My goal is to gain back muscle definition. (1:15:48) #ListenerLive question #3 – How would you recommend getting back into working out after battling through a severe burnout? (1:29:01) Related Links/Products Mentioned Ask a question to Mind Pump, live! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit PRx Performance for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Visit Paleo Valley for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code MINDPUMP15 at checkout for 15% discount** July Promotion: MAPS Starter | MAPS Starter Bundle 50% off! **Code JULY50 at checkout** Mind Pump #2112: Is 15 Minutes Enough Time For An Effective Workout? 10 Plants That Repel Bugs - Herbs, Shrubs, Flowers Insects Hate 70% of News Advertising Now Belongs to Big Pharma CDC finds toxic weedkiller in 87 percent of children tested Farming robot kills 200,000 weeds per hour with lasers What To Know About Jonah Hill's Emotional Abuse Allegations Video of Donald Trump Shaking Joe Rogan's Hand at UFC Fight "Mamas For DeSantis" Ad: "When You Come After Our Kids, We Fight Back” 100 Million Sign-ups In 5 Days. 8 Reasons Why Threads Is Blowing Up Visit Organifi for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code MINDPUMP at checkout** MP Holistic Health MAPS 15 Minutes Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Dr. Stephen Cabral (@stephencabral) Instagram Bret Johnson (@bretjohnson11) Instagram Gary Vay-Ner-Chuk (@garyvee) Instagram
Judy Tan is the CEO & Founder of Purely Drinks. Judy was born in Taishan in Southern China . Judy and her family immigrated to the USA when she was six years old and grew up in Portland, Oregon. A graphic designer by trade working for some very big companies; Judy took the leap to start her own business. Inspired by the memories of her Chinese grandmother's recipes, Purely was founded in Judy's own kitchen, perfected with a modern approach to meet her consumers' needs today - organic ingredients, low sugar, vegan, gluten-free, and locally sourced.Drinking apple cider vinegar is known for its many health benefits which include: weight loss, digestion, heart health, regulating blood pressure, nutrient absorption, energy and insulin regulation. Purely was awarded the Good Foods Award and “Ark of Taste USA” for her drinking vinegar which is infused with fruit/herbs and botanicals for your tonics, mocktails, cocktails and culinary creations. Judy is creating community and connections in a healthy way. Great having Judy on to share her journey with Purely and never giving up on her dreams!Thanks to Gate510 a startup workspace for the location where we recorded the podcast. https://purelydrinks.comShow Noteshttps://www.foodoriginspodcast.com/podcast-episode-32Support the show
Hey all! I am on vacation with my wife's family this week and do not have a new episode! Instead, I'm replaying one of my most popular podcasts, "Shrubbery Capital Pt. 2." The podcast has grown since that original airing and new Value Hive listeners should learn a ton from The Shrub! This episode was all about idea generation, what happens when we go from an Inflationary Environment to Recessionary Environment, why he is bullish on Bayer ($BAYN) and how at the end of the day most analyst in the industry are Tik Tok investors. Check out the time stamp below: [0:00] What has changed the last time we talked? [5:00] From Inflationary Environment to a Recessionary Environment [18:00] Idea Generation: Betting on Farfetch [32:00] Bayer ($BAYN): Bull Thesis [55:00] Learning about the Energy Industry [1:07:00] Tik Tok Investing [1:12:00] More from Shrub Capital and Closing Questions If you like what you heard, go follow Shrub on Twitter @agnostoxx. Finally, a big thanks to the following sponsors for making the podcast a reality! Mitimco This episode is brought to you by MIT Investment Management Company, also known as MITIMCo, the investment office of MIT. Each year, MITIMCo invests in a handful of new emerging managers who it believes can earn exceptional long-term returns in support of MIT's mission. To help the emerging manager community more broadly, they created emergingmanagers.org, a website for emerging manager stockpickers. For those looking to start a stock-picking fund or just looking to learn about how others have done it, I highly recommend the site. You'll find essays and interviews by successful emerging managers, service providers used by MIT's own managers, essays MITIMCo has written for emerging managers and more! Tegus Tegus has the world's largest collection of instantly available interviews on all the public and private companies you care about. Tegus actually makes primary research fun and effortless, too. Instead of weeks and months, you can learn a new industry or company in hours, and all from those that know it best. I spend nearly all my time reading Tegus calls on existing holdings and new ideas. And I know you will too. So if you're interested, head on over to tegus.co/valuehive for a free trial to see for yourself. TIKR TIKR is THE BEST resource for all stock market data, I use TIKR every day in my process, and I know you will too. Make sure to check them out at TIKR.com/hive. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/valuehive/support
My guest is Kendall Kroesen, the Community Outreach Coordinator for Mission Garden, who you might remember from Episode 39. With a Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology he participated in a number of archaeological and conservation projects. In the early 2000s, he left social science and joined the Tucson Audubon society, where he created the Urban Bird Habitat Program and was involved with rural habitat restoration. He's joining us today to kick-off a little summer series focused on backyard birds and native plants that might attract them. For more about what's going on at Mission Garden, please check out:https://www.missiongarden.org/eventsFor some pictures of some of the birds and plants we discussed during this episode, please checkout the podcast's Instagram: @lookingatbirdspodcast Chapters00:00 - Intro00:34 - Mission Garden Summer Visitors01:57 - Bird of the Episode: Abert's Towhee12:30 - Native Plant Segment: Mid-story Shrubs26:28 - Gardening Tip: Leaf Litter28:23 - Native Plant Habitat Considerations and Structural Diversity31:23 - Upcoming Mission Garden Events34:47 - OutroThank you for listening!
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If you're looking to add some heft to the spring garden, but don't want to overwhelm genteel bulbs or ephemeral perennials then dwarf, spring-flowering shrubs are the answer. These little powerhouses are quick to put on new growth in the early part of the season and often sport blossoms in soft hues which will compliment the pastel colors that dominate May and June. Today's requirements are simple: the shrubs mentioned must stay under 3 to 4 feet tall and wide and they must flower before the summer solstice. You might think this is a tall order for any plant to fill (Peter certainly thinks so) but there are a surprising number of candidates that are up to challenge. Expert guest: Julie Lane Gay is a garden designer and horticultural writer in British Columbia, Canada. Danielle's Plants Yuki Cherry Blossom ® deutzia (Deutzia 'NCDX2', Zones 5-8) Baby Kim® lilac (Syringa 'SMNSDTP', Zones 3-8) ‘Cora Louise' Itoh peony (Paeonia 'Cora Louise', Zones 4-9) ‘Jim's Pride' daphne (Daphne × transatlantica ‘Jim's Pride', Zones 5-9) Carol's Plants Perpetua® blueberry (Vaccinium 'ORUS-61-1', Zones 4-8) Dwarf red-leaved sand cherry (Prunus x cistena, Zones 2-8) Sugar Baby® forsythia (Forsythia x intermedia 'NIMBUS', Zones 5-8) Double Play® Candy Corn® Spirea (Spiraea japonica 'NCSX1', Zones 4-8) Expert's Plants Dwarf sweet box (Sarcococca hookeriana var. humilis, Zones 6-9) Eternal Fragrance ® daphne (Daphne × transatlantica 'Blafra', Zones 5-9) ‘Wabi-Sabi' dwarf viburnum (Viburnum plicatum f. tomentosum 'Wabi-Sabi', Zones 5-8) A link to expert Julie Lane Gay's article on dwarf shrubs: https://www.finegardening.com/project-guides/gardening-basics/surprising-shrubs-for-small-spaces
This week, Claire has turned into the manifesting QUEEN, if you're looking for spuds in London we know just the place, Georgie is celebrating and Wim Hof has her flying high. It's all in there Soul Sisters. PS. Dave's back, oh and so is Shrubs and Rubs Follow Claire HERE Order Georgie's book here Listen to our playlist Thanks Colgate for supporting The Good Glow
On this episode of REI Mastermind Network, we are joined by a successful house flipper with over 30 years of experience. We discuss the most important areas to focus on when renovating a house, finding wholesale deals, and streamlining the renovation process. Our guest shares tips on increasing curb appeal, purchasing wholesale deals, finding reliable contractors, and tracking expenses. We even hear about their challenging experience when starting out and how joining a real estate investor club changed their game. Tune in to learn their eight methods for finding wholesalers in your own city and much more.
Today is a Friday off-the-cuff show and I wanted to chat about perennials and permaculture. Now, right up front, I don't know much about permaculture, so I am learning as much as possible. I have studied and continue studying soil science and regenerative agriculture, some of which apply here. I am also really excited about perennials and wish I embraced them earlier. Also this year I have started using companion plants to help others nad diversity in general, all good things I belive! Annual gardening is undoubtedly a love of mine, but I am more focused on perennial plants than planting new ones, at least as much as possible within the constraints of an HOA as I currently live in one. LINKS TO CHECK OUT: Harvest Eating Youtube Support Harvest Eating Enroll in Food Storage Feast Save $50 dollars on enrollment-COUPON CODE: save50 Brown Duck Coffee About Chef Keith Snow LISTEN TO THE PODCAST: On iTunes Fountain FM Stitcher Radio Player FM Google Top Podcast Audible Podbay
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One of the most musical and complex bird songs in the US is that of the Brewer's Sparrow. It's a veritable aria, ringing forth from the sagebrush of Eastern Washington's Columbia Basin. Shrub-steppe is disappearing from the interior west as it is cleared for irrigated crops. The quintessential drylands bird, the Brewer's Sparrow can survive for an extended period of time with no supplemental water, getting all the water it needs from seeds and arthropods.More info and transcript at BirdNote.org. Want more BirdNote? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Sign up for BirdNote+ to get ad-free listening and other perks. BirdNote is a nonprofit. Your tax-deductible gift makes these shows possible.