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    Reading Bug Adventures -  Original Stories with Music for Kids
    Bonus: A Forest Adventure: Full Story, Parts 1 & 2

    Reading Bug Adventures - Original Stories with Music for Kids

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2023 77:59


    Parts 1 & 2 combined into a full story. Join Lauren and the Reading Bug on an impossible adventure into the heart of a mother tree. Learn about the complex and incredible systems that help trees grow big and strong, and about what you can do to help protect them.  Explore the books in the Reading Bug's book bag at www.thereadingbug.com/adventures/forest

    Holmberg's Morning Sickness
    05-22-23 - Mercury Coach Mad That Griner Game Didn't Sell Out Not That They Lost By 20pts - Neighborhood Cutting Down All Sissoo Trees - Lady In John's Hood Asked Him How He Deals w/Bell's Palsy

    Holmberg's Morning Sickness

    Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2023 47:13


    Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Monday May 22, 2023 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Project Zion Podcast
    583 | Coffee to Go | Ascension Sunday

    Project Zion Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2023 11:52


    He's gone. He's back. He's gone again... now what? Have you ever found yourself feeling like the disciples must have on the day when Jesus ascended into heaven and before the coming of the promised Advocate? Confused? Lost? Uncertain? Living in the in-between?  Join hosts Karin Peter and Blake Smith for this episode of Coffee to Go where they talk about the mystery of the “vacancy” left by Jesus' second departure. Download TranscriptThanks for listening to Project Zion Podcast!Follow us on Facebook and Instagram!Intro and Outro music used with permission: “For Everyone Born,” Community of Christ Sings #285. Music © 2006 Brian Mann, admin. General Board of Global Ministries t/a GBGMusik, 458 Ponce de Leon Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30308. copyright@umcmission.org “The Trees of the Field,” Community of Christ Sings # 645, Music © 1975 Stuart Dauerman, Lillenas Publishing Company (admin. Music Services). All music for this episode was performed by Dr. Jan Kraybill, and produced by Chad Godfrey. NOTE: The series that make up the Project Zion Podcast explore the unique spiritual and theological gifts Community of Christ offers for today's world. Although Project Zion Podcast is a Ministry of Community of Christ. The views and opinions expressed in this episode are those speaking and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Community of Christ.

    The Larry Meiller Show
    Garden Talk: Selecting trees and shrubs for small spaces

    The Larry Meiller Show

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2023


    The wrong tree of shrub in a small place can cause a lot of problems. Our guest offers suggestions for which varieties will do well in the tight spaces in your landscape.

    Project Zion Podcast
    ES 105 | Coffee Connect | More Than Meets the Eye

    Project Zion Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2023 5:52


    Life might be better if we could just be handed “truth” on a proverbial silver platter.  It would probably be easier if everything we thought we knew was all we needed to know.  But, that's not the way it works in a global, diverse community like the one we live in.  Join host Blake Smith for this Coffee Connect episode in which he shares some brief reflections on the importance of understanding “truth” from more than our own perspective. Download TranscriptThanks for listening to Project Zion Podcast!Follow us on Facebook and Instagram!Intro and Outro music used with permission: “For Everyone Born,” Community of Christ Sings #285. Music © 2006 Brian Mann, admin. General Board of Global Ministries t/a GBGMusik, 458 Ponce de Leon Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30308. copyright@umcmission.org “The Trees of the Field,” Community of Christ Sings # 645, Music © 1975 Stuart Dauerman, Lillenas Publishing Company (admin. Music Services). All music for this episode was performed by Dr. Jan Kraybill, and produced by Chad Godfrey. NOTE: The series that make up the Project Zion Podcast explore the unique spiritual and theological gifts Community of Christ offers for today's world. Although Project Zion Podcast is a Ministry of Community of Christ. The views and opinions expressed in this episode are those speaking and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Community of Christ.

    Naming the Real
    Recovering Lost Connections: Trees, Bees, and the Miracles of Interpersonal Neurobiology (Part I)

    Naming the Real

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2023 65:02


    We live in a disconnected world—increasingly alienated from ourselves and our bodies, from the natural world, and from others. Much of this disconnection is catalyzed by hyper-individualism which sets self-expression above self-transcendence. This episode is about encountering the seeming intelligence of the universe which seems to be constantly inviting us into a life of deep connection. Along the way, we explore the world of trees, bees, and other stunning examples of interdepdence in the world around us, and the miracles of our mindbody wiring. What emerges is a pathway to transcending isolation and disconnection in favor of an entirely connected way of being alive as a human being.  

    Earth Ancients
    Destiny: John Perlin, A Forest Journey: The Role of Trees in the Fate of Civilization

    Earth Ancients

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2023 90:54


    A Foundational Conservation Story RevivedAncient writers observed that forests always recede as civilizations develop and grow. The great Roman poet Ovid wrote that before civilization began, “even the pine tree stood on its own very hills” but when civilization took over, “the mountain oak, the pine were felled.”This happened for a simple reason: trees have been the principal fuel and building material of every society over the millennia, from the time urban areas were settled until the middle of the nineteenth century. To this day trees still fulfill these roles for a good portion of the world's population.Without vast supplies of wood from forests, the great civilizations of Sumer, Assyria, Egypt, Crete, Greece, Rome, the Islamic World, Western Europe, and North America would have never emerged. Wood, in fact, is the unsung hero of the technological revolution that has brought us from a stone and bone culture to our present age.Until the ascendancy of fossil fuels, wood was the principal fuel and building material from the dawn of civilization. Its abundance or scarcity greatly shaped, as A Forest Journey ably relates, the culture, demographics, economy, internal and external politics and technology of successive societies over the millennia.The Forest Journey was originally published in 1989 and updated in 2005. The book's comprehensive coverage of the major role forests have played in human life -- told with grace, fluency, imagination, and humor -- gained it recognition as a Harvard Classic in Science and World History and as one of Harvard's "One Hundred Great Books." Others receiving the honor include such luminaries as Stephen Jay Gould and E.O. Wilson. This is a foundational conservation story that should not be lost in the archives. This new, updated and revised edition emphasizes the importance of forests in the fight against global warming and the urgency to protect what remains of the great trees and forests of the world.John Perlin is the author of four books: A Golden Thread: 2500 Years of Solar Architecture and Technology; A Forest Journey: A History of Trees and Civilization; From Space to Earth: The Story of Solar Electricity; and Let It Shine: The 6000-Year Story of Solar Energy. Perlin taught physics at University of California, Santa Barbara. He lives in Santa Barbara

    Reading Bug Adventures -  Original Stories with Music for Kids

    Part 2 of 2. Someone - or something - is polluting the forests! In part 2 of our adventure, join Lauren, the Reading Bug, and our new friend, Rowan, to find out how to save the trees. Learn about the complex and incredible systems that help trees grow big and strong, and about what you can do to help protect them.  Explore the books in the Reading Bug's book bag at www.thereadingbug.com/adventures/forest

    Project Zion Podcast
    582 | What's Brewing | Lamoni Food Pantry

    Project Zion Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2023 36:21


    At the Lamoni Food Pantry, choice matters! What started in a small basement room of a local church has continued to grow and expand … now serving more than 80 families a month. And that's not even the best part! The best part is that those families are treated with dignity. Because of the blessings of community and the hard work of volunteers, families aren't just handed a bag of beets... they get to choose the food they take home. Join host Carla Long as she sits down with the pantry's director, Gwen Simpson, to hear the exciting things that continue to unfold in Iowa's poorest county... all because of a dream and a need that brought people together. Download TranscriptThanks for listening to Project Zion Podcast!Follow us on Facebook and Instagram!Intro and Outro music used with permission: “For Everyone Born,” Community of Christ Sings #285. Music © 2006 Brian Mann, admin. General Board of Global Ministries t/a GBGMusik, 458 Ponce de Leon Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30308. copyright@umcmission.org “The Trees of the Field,” Community of Christ Sings # 645, Music © 1975 Stuart Dauerman, Lillenas Publishing Company (admin. Music Services). All music for this episode was performed by Dr. Jan Kraybill, and produced by Chad Godfrey. NOTE: The series that make up the Project Zion Podcast explore the unique spiritual and theological gifts Community of Christ offers for today's world. Although Project Zion Podcast is a Ministry of Community of Christ. The views and opinions expressed in this episode are those speaking and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Community of Christ.

    Star of Hope Mission
    Trees of Hope Mother's Day Celebration 2023

    Star of Hope Mission

    Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2023 9:38


    Real people telling their stories about how Star of Hope Mission has helped them change their lives and become productive members of society.

    Project Zion Podcast
    581 | Coffee to Go | 6th Sunday of Easter

    Project Zion Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2023 9:31


    Time is running short and Jesus has an important last-minute message to “drill” into the heads of his disciples. “This is my commandment that you LOVE ONE ANOTHER!” Before you get comfortable... that wasn't just a message for the disciples …. “back then.” The mandate remains for us today! Join hosts Karin Peter and Blake Smith for a hard look at a tough mandate. Don't worry, you've got this!! Download TranscriptThanks for listening to Project Zion Podcast!Follow us on Facebook and Instagram!Intro and Outro music used with permission: “For Everyone Born,” Community of Christ Sings #285. Music © 2006 Brian Mann, admin. General Board of Global Ministries t/a GBGMusik, 458 Ponce de Leon Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30308. copyright@umcmission.org “The Trees of the Field,” Community of Christ Sings # 645, Music © 1975 Stuart Dauerman, Lillenas Publishing Company (admin. Music Services). All music for this episode was performed by Dr. Jan Kraybill, and produced by Chad Godfrey. NOTE: The series that make up the Project Zion Podcast explore the unique spiritual and theological gifts Community of Christ offers for today's world. Although Project Zion Podcast is a Ministry of Community of Christ. The views and opinions expressed in this episode are those speaking and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Community of Christ.

    VPM Daily Newscast
    05/12/23 - Henrico kicks off new Capital Trees partnership

    VPM Daily Newscast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2023 7:28


    Henrico is partnering with Richmond-area nonprofit Capital Trees, to expand green space throughout the county; A judge has ruled that seven Henrico County sheriff's deputies and three Central State Hospital employees cannot be tried together in Irvo Otieno's death; Virginia Commonwealth University might be looking at a budget shortfall next year of up to $25 million dollars; and other local news stories.

    Project Zion Podcast
    580 | What's Brewing | Beyond the Horizon Michigan

    Project Zion Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2023 39:56


    Not everyone does church the same way or at the same time. Beyond the Horizon is a new expression of the church in Michigan that has shown how amazing things can happen when friends and neighbors come together in relevant and accessible ways to meet their spiritual needs.  Join host, Brittany Mangelson as she sits down with Linda Stanbridge for an enlightening conversation about what is possible when we let the spirit breathe. Who knows, maybe there is something to “Pure Michigan.”For more info on Beyond the Horizon or Harmony, contact Linda at linda@harmony.lgbt. Download TranscriptThanks for listening to Project Zion Podcast!Follow us on Facebook and Instagram!Intro and Outro music used with permission: “For Everyone Born,” Community of Christ Sings #285. Music © 2006 Brian Mann, admin. General Board of Global Ministries t/a GBGMusik, 458 Ponce de Leon Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30308. copyright@umcmission.org “The Trees of the Field,” Community of Christ Sings # 645, Music © 1975 Stuart Dauerman, Lillenas Publishing Company (admin. Music Services). All music for this episode was performed by Dr. Jan Kraybill, and produced by Chad Godfrey. NOTE: The series that make up the Project Zion Podcast explore the unique spiritual and theological gifts Community of Christ offers for today's world. Although Project Zion Podcast is a Ministry of Community of Christ. The views and opinions expressed in this episode are those speaking and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Community of Christ.

    Just Creepy: Scary Stories
    Unbelievable Deep Woods Horror Tales: What Lurks Between the Trees?

    Just Creepy: Scary Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2023 67:57


    These are 7 Scary Deep Woods Horror Stories | Cryptid Encounters, Forest, Scary Stories for Sleep. Linktree: https://linktr.ee/its_just_creepy Dr. Squatch -$10 OFF! https://tinyurl.com/2n5w57sr You can submit your own story to my Website, email, or subreddit: ►https://www.justcreepy.net/ ►creepydc13@gmail.com ►https://www.reddit.com/r/justcreepystories/ Story Credits: ►https://www.reddit.com/user/ForceTypical/ ►https://www.reddit.com/user/asteri_agaliarept/ ►https://www.reddit.com/user/asteri_agaliarept/ ►https://www.reddit.com/user/Many_Definition_6775/ ►https://www.reddit.com/user/Aggressive-City4453/ ►https://www.reddit.com/user/ros3y_ros3/ ►https://www.reddit.com/r/spaghettispooks/ Music by: ► Myuu's channel http://bit.ly/1k1g4ey ►CO.AG Music http://bit.ly/2f9WQpe Business inquiries: ►creepydc13@gmail.com #scarystories #cryptids #forest

    Jaded HR
    Screaming at Trees Improves Your Dating Profile; Unlike Podcasting

    Jaded HR

    Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2023 29:46


    Feathers' dating profile took a dive.Click bait - 30 jobs that wont be around in 2030Dont do the booty dance in your company's suite at a Beyonce concertFeathers' major feat (pun ?)Support the showWant to:* Share a dumb employee question* Share a crazy story* Ask us a question* Share a best practice * Give us feedback Our Link Tree below has links to our social media sites, Patreon, Apple podcasts, Spotify & more.Please leave a review on your favorite podcast player and interact with us online!Linktree - https://linktr.ee/jadedhr

    Trees and Lines
    How do you Prepare to be Surprised in Vegetation Management? w/ Beth Lay

    Trees and Lines

    Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2023 27:25


    Beth Lay, Director of Resilience and Reliability at Lewis Services joins us on this latest podcast episode of Trees & Lines to discuss the importance of human performance, how one set of regulations is not enough to create safety, and an eagle and a deer? Join us to find out more about how safety is evolving in the vegetation management industry every day.  #Trees #utility #vegetationmanagement #saftey #success #Surprise #regulations

    A Moment of Science
    Trees that farm their own drought tolerance

    A Moment of Science

    Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2023 2:00


    With climate change, stronger droughts are challenging the world's forests.

    Kansas City Today
    Why Overland Park needs more diverse trees

    Kansas City Today

    Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2023 14:01


    Cities in Kansas and Missouri are finding that they often have too many of the same kind of trees, making them extra vulnerable to pests and diseases. Plus: Three companies in the Midwest want to capture carbon dioxide from ethanol plants and store it underground, but that idea worries some landowners.

    Buffalo Community Podcast
    #145 Minnesota Tree Climbing Championships

    Buffalo Community Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2023 20:40


    What: Festival of TreesTime: 10:00 am - 3:00 pmDate: Saturday, May 20thWhere: Sturges ParkHeld in conjunction with the Minnesota Tree Climbing Championships, Festival of Trees is a fun-filled event for all to enjoy.This free, public event will feature many tree and park-related activities, including a fun climb for kids, bucket truck rides, food vendors, educational exhibits, and so much more.  Ryan Gustafson leads the way in the Arborist community, talks about Emerald Ash Borer too. We take a break in between guests to discuss some of our life dreams about retirement.  If you are looking for a media guy, you can find Luke Edlund on his social accounts.https://www.facebook.com/edlundmedia/https://www.instagram.com/edlundmedia/​​https://www.edlundmedia.comYou can follow the "Buffalo Community Podcast"Facebook: @buffalocommunitypodcastTwitter: @PodcastBuffaloInsta: @buffalocommunitypodcastThank you,Mark Benzer & Tyler Reiss & Luke EdlundThe Buffalo Community Podcast guysTyler Reiss is the lead agent with Northstar Real Estate Group Edina Realty in Buffalo MN.you can contact him about your real estate needs at https://northstar-reg.com/

    Mushroom Revival Podcast
    Beetles Team with Fungi to Eat Trees - Jonathan Gershenzon

    Mushroom Revival Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2023 54:27


    Bark beetles have decimated millions of hectares of conifer forests in Europe in recent years and are attracted to trees that have a certain partner fungi already eating the tree. When the certain fungi starts metabolizing the spruce resin compounds they release pheromones to attract the beetle which starts their symbiotic relationship. We sit down with Jonathan Gershenzon to talk about his research and how we can use these new findings to protect millions of hectares of trees. Sign up for our podcast giveaway here. Our next winner will be selected on May 22, 2023 and contacted via email.www.mushroomrevival.comWe are a functional mushroom company and make 100% certified USDA Organic and Vegan mushroom supplements. We are transparent with our lab results, and use actual fruiting bodies aka mushrooms! We provide our supplements in tincture, capsule, powder, and delicious gummy form. Energy (Cordyceps): Need a little pick-me-up before a workout or when you're picking up your kids from school? The Energy Cordyceps is the mushy match for you.Focus (Lion's Mane):  Needing a little more focus in your daily life? Lion's Mane is known to be the mushroom for the brain and may support cognitive function.Calm (Reishi): Looking for some tranquility and zen in your life? Reishi will bring you into the zen state of mind you've been searching for.Daily 10 (Mushroom Mix): It's like having 10 bodyguard mushrooms fighting off all those bad guys. This is a good place to start as it contains all of the daily mushies you need. Not sure where to begin? Take our mushroom quiz here.Use code ‘PODTREAT' for a 30% discount.

    The Tom and Curley Show
    Hour 4: Law protecting Seattle trees under consideration

    The Tom and Curley Show

    Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2023 34:14


    6pm - GUESTS: Temar Boggs and Andrew Veen // Richard Dreyfuss Decries the Oscars' New Diversity Requirements: ‘They Make Me Vomit' // Law protecting Seattle trees under considerationSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Project Zion Podcast
    579 | Coffee in the Swarm | Addison Cole

    Project Zion Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2023 26:18


    For some, the thought of getting “lost” in the masses is the preferred way to exist. But, for others, like Graceland University Freshman Addison Cole, a small university and a small-town atmosphere like Lamoni, IA is the perfect place to find one's self. At Graceland, Addison has found a place where community is more important than competition, and personal integrity is more important than perfection. Join hosts Julie Wheaton and Mike Hoffman for a lively conversation with Addison in this episode of Coffee in the Swarm.   Download TranscriptThanks for listening to Project Zion Podcast!Follow us on Facebook and Instagram!Intro and Outro music used with permission: “For Everyone Born,” Community of Christ Sings #285. Music © 2006 Brian Mann, admin. General Board of Global Ministries t/a GBGMusik, 458 Ponce de Leon Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30308. copyright@umcmission.org “The Trees of the Field,” Community of Christ Sings # 645, Music © 1975 Stuart Dauerman, Lillenas Publishing Company (admin. Music Services). All music for this episode was performed by Dr. Jan Kraybill, and produced by Chad Godfrey. NOTE: The series that make up the Project Zion Podcast explore the unique spiritual and theological gifts Community of Christ offers for today's world. Although Project Zion Podcast is a Ministry of Community of Christ. The views and opinions expressed in this episode are those speaking and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Community of Christ.

    Reading Bug Adventures -  Original Stories with Music for Kids

    Part 1 of 2. Join Lauren and the Reading Bug on an impossible adventure into the heart of a mother tree. Learn about the complex and incredible systems that help trees grow big and strong, and about what you can do to help protect them.  Explore the books in the Reading Bug's book bag at www.thereadingbug.com/adventures/forest

    Fringe Radio Network
    We Are Groot - Answers To Giant Questions

    Fringe Radio Network

    Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2023 42:39


    TJ and Kris discuss the meaning of trees in the Garden of Eden and in the wider context of Biblical interpretation, before tackling a giant question about the Tower of Babel.

    K9s Talking Scents
    #86 Seeing the Forrest from the trees with Forrest Micke

    K9s Talking Scents

    Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2023 101:27


    In this episode I interview well know Dog Trainer Forrest Micke.  Forrest is most well known for his video on Leerburg called the Heeler's Toolbox.  Forrest is a graduate of the Tom Rose and Michael Ellis School for Dog Trainers.  He has a wonderful diverse background in dog training and a great perspective in working with people and their dogs.You can find Forrest on Instagram @forrestmickeFor everything Detection Dog learning go visit www.fordk9.com 

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    WAMU: Local News
    The D.C. region's Ash Trees are dying off. This project is documenting the few groves still living

    WAMU: Local News

    Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2023 3:51


    A local writer and a local photographer are documenting the region's loss of ash forests due to the emerald ash borer.

    The Witch Daily Show
    May 08 2023 - Nymphs

    The Witch Daily Show

    Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2023 27:06


    May 08 2023   The Witch Daily Show (https://www.witchdailyshow.com) is talking Nymphs   Our sponsor today Is The Magic of Trees (https://www.amazon.com/Magic-Trees-Jessica-Marie-Baumgartner/dp/1087926874/ref=sr_1_1?crid=YXZ7K2LZLFSX&keywords=the+magic+of+trees+jessica+marie&qid=1674836352&sprefix=the+magic+of+trees+jessica+marie%2Caps%2C109&sr=8-1) and   (   Want to buy me a cup of coffee? Venmo: TonyaWitch - Last 4: 9226   Our quote of the day Is: ― “You will find that it is necessary to let things go; simply for the reason that they are heavy. So let them go, let go of them. I tie no weights to my ankles.” ― C. JoyBell C.   Headlines: (https://www.scientificamerican.com/podcast/episode/the-surprising-backstory-behind-witch-hunts-and-reproductive-labor/)   Deck: Buffy the Vampire Slayer Tarot Deck ()   Other Sources: (https://www.tastingtable.com/1005301/ginger-the-spice-that-took-root-over-4000-years-ago/)   Magic of the day – Response of the day - Question of the day -   Thank you so much for joining me this morning, if you have any witch tips, questions, witch fails, or you know of news I missed, visit https://www.witchdailyshow.com or email me at thewitchdailypodcast@gmail.com If you want to support The Witch Daily Show please visit our patreon page https://www.patreon.com/witchdailyshow   Mailing Address (must be addressed as shown below) Tonya Brown 3436 Magazine St #460 New Orleans, LA 70115

    Climate Connections
    California's forests are packed with dead trees. Harvesting them could cut wildfire risk

    Climate Connections

    Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2023 1:31


    Researcher Sandra Lupien of Michigan State wants to create a market incentive for removing low-value wood from forests. Learn more at https://www.yaleclimateconnections.org/

    Project Zion Podcast
    578 | Coffee to Go | 5th Sunday of Easter

    Project Zion Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2023 13:11


    Yes, we're still in the season of Easter. But, it's getting close to time for Jesus' departure, and he is on an errand of hospitality. The disciples are concerned. How will they find their way to the divine dwelling place of which Jesus speaks? Jesus has not only shown the disciples “the way,” he has proclaimed that he is, in fact, The Way. But, what exactly does that mean?  Join hosts Karin Peter and Blake Smith for this episode of Coffee to Go as they explore "the way” as a way of being in the world... a way that makes space for “many mansions.” Then, decide which way will be your way. Download TranscriptThanks for listening to Project Zion Podcast!Follow us on Facebook and Instagram!Intro and Outro music used with permission: “For Everyone Born,” Community of Christ Sings #285. Music © 2006 Brian Mann, admin. General Board of Global Ministries t/a GBGMusik, 458 Ponce de Leon Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30308. copyright@umcmission.org “The Trees of the Field,” Community of Christ Sings # 645, Music © 1975 Stuart Dauerman, Lillenas Publishing Company (admin. Music Services). All music for this episode was performed by Dr. Jan Kraybill, and produced by Chad Godfrey. NOTE: The series that make up the Project Zion Podcast explore the unique spiritual and theological gifts Community of Christ offers for today's world. Although Project Zion Podcast is a Ministry of Community of Christ. The views and opinions expressed in this episode are those speaking and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Community of Christ.

    Dear Daughter
    On apples and trees

    Dear Daughter

    Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2023 24:56


    Turning into your mother can be a joy and a trial. When Jacinta in Johannesburg became a parent, she found that her perspective on her own mother changed completely. She reads a letter to her young daughters about what they can learn from older generations after realising “the apple doesn't fall far from the tree”. Plus, how to avoid telling your children that they'll only understand things when they get older. Letter writer: Jacinta Please send Namulanta your letter. Go to www.bbcworldservice.com/deardaughter and click on “Send us your letters”. #DearDaughter

    RNZ: Morning Report
    Tree plantings around NZ for Coronation

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2023 3:41


    Ceremonial tree plantings took place around the country on the weekend to mark King Charles' Coronation. Acting Prime Minister Carmel Sepuloni planted a pōhutakawa in the Auckland domain yesterday and Tory Whanau planted a tōtara in Wellington's botanical gardens on Saturday. There are still tens of thousands of native trees to be planted as part of New Zealand's gift to mark the King's special day. [picture id="4L9E3OK_345466878_596002282505791_7216050906693408122_n_jpg" crop="16x10" layout="full"] Robyn Haugh is the chief executive of Trees that Count, an organisation supporting the planting effort. She spoke to Ingrid Hipkiss.

    The Enginerdy Show
    EPISODE 534: Its

    The Enginerdy Show

    Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2023


    This week we discuss and review the Stephen King film It Chapter Two. Music Provided By: Greg Gibbs / Most Guitars Are Made of Trees

    Birdsong with Caiyuda Kiora
    The Songs of Trees, The Language of Birds & The Path of Beauty | David Haskell (2021)

    Birdsong with Caiyuda Kiora

    Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2023 84:10


    David Haskell joins us for Season 1 (2021) of Birdsong. David is best known as a writer, scientist, and sound recordist; his work playing its role in reminding us that life's substance and beauty emerges from relationship and interdependence. His first book, The Forest Unseen, was finalist for the 2013 Pulitzer Prize in nonfiction and received numerous other honors. Haskell's latest book, The Songs of Trees, examines the life-giving links between people and trees. The book was winner of the 2020 Iris Book Award and 2018 John Burroughs Medal, and was named one of the Best Science Books of 2017 by Science Friday, among other honors. Haskell received his BA from the University of Oxford and PhD from Cornell University. He is a Guggenheim Fellow and Professor at the University of the South in Sewanee, TN, where his classes have received national attention for combining action in the community with contemplative practice. In addition to his books, he has published scientific papers, essays, poems, and op-eds.   TIMESTAMPS: [4:20] David's thoughts on “the sacred” [6:55] Transcending the self to connect with other beings [8:37] “The sacred isn't something that descends on us, it's almost like an aroma rising up from the soil” [11:40] Transcending our humanness to tap into the universality of language? [12:18] The dangers of anthropomorphizing and navigating the middle path [13:20] Part of the joy of the diversity of humanity [14:30] We are replacing the voices of nature with technology [16:10] Scientific education rarely encourages direct personal experience in the wild [16:47] What are the songs of the trees? [18:46] The acoustic dimension of a song and beyond… [20:26] The multi-dimensional meanings behind the music of trees [22:00] Trees: the great connectors and the blurriness of death [24:00] Listening with our hands [24:53] Using technology to listen to the whispers of trees [26:55] Electronic calipers and the 24 hours cycle of a maple tree [31:43] Listening to trees is a fairly ordinary experience… and that's the whole point [32:20] A particularly memorable tree in Manhattan [33:40] Listening to the “second song” of a forest through musical instruments [35:00] The extraordinary ceibo tree in the Amazon [37:25] Putting a hydrophone down by the roots of a palm tree in the ocean [39:45] Constructive vs destructive ways to use technology [42:38] Spending 10x more time with trees than we do with tech [43:49] The etymology of Sewanee, Tennesee + Jon Young and the “sitspot” [45:00] Returning to the same patch of earth over and over again [48:04] The Forest Unseen - a celebration of life in the forest [49:50] Lending an ear to the language of the birds [51:30] Where Song Began - Tim Low (the origin of songbirds / parrots) [52:47] The different layers of bird song - starting at the names of species [53:30] Most people go through life without being able to name different birds [54:00] Learning bird sounds can add colours and dimensions to our life [54:50] Sound and aroma are some of the last senses to go when we leave our body [55:50] Tuning into the voices of the living earth as our ancestors did [56:30] Another layer of learning bird song: the multiple rhythms of the seasons [58:45] Each individual bird, just like humans, has its own personality and identity [59:20] The changing landscape of soundscapes and the sorrow from birds disappearing [1:00:00] What kind of ethical responsibilities do we have as participants in the greater weave of life? [ 1:03:20] Re-establishing right relationship insinuates we're in relationship to begin with [1:04:00] To be an animal is to consume other beings, but how do we go about it and do the right thing? [1:05:10] Paying attention to our senses as an act of right action [1:06:00] Cultivating awareness around the aesthetic response of beauty vs ugly [1:07:30] How do we tell the difference between beauty as a moral guide vs beauty as a great deceiver? [1:10:00] Beauty within the context of harmony [1:10:48] Is beauty actually subjective? [1:12:58] Writing a new book about the flourishing of sounds and the destruction of soundscapes [1:13:50] As an educator, David believes we have a crisis of shutting off the senses within the learning experience [1:16:45] The mentors, role models and teachers that opened the portal to nature, poetry and literature [1:17:34] The teachings of Jane Goodall and Rachel Carson [1:20:30] The final invitation by David…

    Money Grows on Trees: the Podcast
    Digging a Money Well

    Money Grows on Trees: the Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2023 10:38


    How to Dig a Money Well? That is one of the smartest questions you could ask yourself. The second is what is a ”money well”? If those two question interest you then this episode of the Award-Winning Podcast “Money Grows on Trees” hosted by your Millionaire Money Mentor, Lloyd Ross, is the episode for you. Lloyd will go over what is a Money Well and how you can start digging your own! Money Grows on Trees Team

    Chasing Giants with Don Higgins
    Episode #186 - Regenerative Ag Practices

    Chasing Giants with Don Higgins

    Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2023 69:05


    Don talks about his dive into Regenerative Ag Practices and what his goals are. How this type of method relates to growing Giant Bucks Camo for Tree Stand Hunters - www.asiogear.com Higgins Outdoors Website: https://higginsoutdoors.com/ Higgins Outdoors Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/higginsoutdoors Higgins Outdoors Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/higginsoutd... Find your dream property: www.buyafarm.com Food Plot Seed: https://www.realworldwildlifeproducts... Best Deal on Chevy Trucks - home of the new diesel truck every year https://www.buyavictorychevy.com/ Best Bows, period: https://www.mathewsinc.com/ Blinds AFFORDABLE, COMFORTABLE, AND WITHOUT COMPROMISES. https://www.360huntingblinds.com/ Hunters who demand quality, demand Lone Wolf https://www.lonewolfhuntingproducts.c... Superior Optics: https://www.vortexoptics.com/ Electric Bikes for all terrains: https://quietkat.com/ Tractor Implements and More: https://wildlifefarming.com/ Trees for Land Managers: http://www.gingerichtrees.com/

    Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast
    Ep. 177 - Lucy goes back to her roots. In this episode, Saul takes a break so Lucy chats to her parents - retired smallholders - to explain her chosen career path, and introduce you to a little-known horticultural Government scheme

    Talking Heads - a Gardening Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2023 36:00


    What is that on the horizon - well, it's Spring of course. The klaxon for warmer, longer days is finally sounding and Head Gardeners Saul and Lucy are looking forward to it immensely. Spring is a wonderful time of year but also incredibly busy for all professional gardeners up and down the country as the gardens come alive with colour, texture and the occasional weed! Join them both as they navigate this beautiful time of year, bringing you the sights and sounds of Stonelands and East Donyland, as well as their home gardens and beyond.With Saul taking a well deserved rest, Lucy delves into her past to explain why she is such a keen horticulturist. Now retired, her smallholder parents had a massive influence on her career choice. Their horticultural heritage also sheds light on a fascinating collective of market gardeners who, between them at their peak, produced 50 per cent of the UK's glasshouse salads. Termed the 'Land Settlement Agency', it brought many happy times for Lucy and her parents, as hopefully the interviews confirm (apologies to those two asparagus customers!!).If you'd like to watch the video I mention in this episode, follow this link, or search for 'Growth with the LSA':https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmvyX3RWv4QTwitter links:Lucy @HeadGardenerLCSaul @GardeningSaulIntro 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 showSupport the show

    Project Zion Podcast
    577 | Cuppa Joe | Historic Sites

    Project Zion Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2023 42:15


    Who knew history could be so exciting?  Barbara Walden and Lach Machay... that's who!  But, it doesn't have to stop with them.  Your story is church history.  Join host Carla Long as she sits down with Barb and Lach to hear about what's happening with the Community of Christ Historic Sites, the role that the Historic Sites foundation plays in the church's historic sites, and the ways that you too can become part of sharing our history or making new history. For more information about internships, contact Apostle Lach Machay at lmachay@cofchrist.org. For more information on the Historic Sites Foundation, visit historicsitesfoundation.org. Download TranscriptThanks for listening to Project Zion Podcast!Follow us on Facebook and Instagram!Intro and Outro music used with permission: “For Everyone Born,” Community of Christ Sings #285. Music © 2006 Brian Mann, admin. General Board of Global Ministries t/a GBGMusik, 458 Ponce de Leon Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30308. copyright@umcmission.org “The Trees of the Field,” Community of Christ Sings # 645, Music © 1975 Stuart Dauerman, Lillenas Publishing Company (admin. Music Services). All music for this episode was performed by Dr. Jan Kraybill, and produced by Chad Godfrey. NOTE: The series that make up the Project Zion Podcast explore the unique spiritual and theological gifts Community of Christ offers for today's world. Although Project Zion Podcast is a Ministry of Community of Christ. The views and opinions expressed in this episode are those speaking and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Community of Christ.

    From the Woods Kentucky
    From the Woods Today - Reforestation in Urban Areas

    From the Woods Kentucky

    Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2023 48:18


    In this episode of From the Woods Today, we learn about the benefits of urban reforestation that we're seeing in Reforest the Bluegrass sites around Lexington including benefits to wildlife, plant diversity, recreation and aesthetics, and carbon storage. We also have our monthly What's Bugging My Tree? segment. 4.26.23. Watch Video From the Woods Today

    Outdoor Explorer
    A Tongass Odyssey: John Schoen

    Outdoor Explorer

    Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2023 58:58


    What was it like to be a field scientist in Alaska during the 1970s and 80's? John Schoen spent 20 years working for Alaska's Department of Fish and Game as a scientist studying Sitka black-tailed deer, mountain goats and brown bears in the Tongass National Forest. John's research influenced the prevailing thoughts on the effects of clearcutting on deer habitat, and added to our understanding of Brown Bears importance to their ecosystem. His strong conservation ethic, influenced by Aldo Leopold and others, melded with science and advocacy continued after he left Fish and Game to work for Audubon Alaska. John is a wealth of knowledge for anyone interested in field science, the Tongass temperate rainforest, and conservation. John joins host Paul Twardock to discuss his fascinating career and memoir titled "Tongass Odyssey: Seeing the Forest Ecosystem Through the Politics of Trees, A Biologist's Memoir."HOST: Paul TwardockGUEST:John Schoen, author, former Fish and Game field scientistLINKS:"Tongass Odyssey: Seeing the Forest Ecosystem Through the Politics of Trees: ABiologists Memoir"More information about John SchoenSoutheast Alaska Conservation CouncilThe Landmark Trees ProjectAudubon AlaskaPrince William Sound Natural History SymposiumBROADCAST: Thursday, May 4th, 2023. 10:00 am – 11:00 a.m. AKTREPEAT BROADCAST: Thursday, May 4th, 2023. 8:00 – 9:00 p.m. AKT]]>

    EARPology
    Murder Trees and Baked Goods

    EARPology

    Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2023 67:03


    Anne & Kevin discuss season 3 episode 4 of Wynonna Earp, No Cure For CrazyTitle: No Cure For Crazy 3x04Written by: Brendon YorkeDirected by: Ron MurphyAir Date: August 10, 2018Episode postmortems mentioned can be found here: https://wynonnaearpfans.com/2018/08/10/wynonna-earp-postmortem-emily-andras-talks-no-cure-for-crazy/Kevin's other Wynonna Earp podcasts are: Earp Sister Feels on Twitter @EarpSisterFeels and Tales of the Black Badge on Twitter @WynonnaEarpPodAnne's other Wynonna Earp podcasts are: Wynaught on Twitter @WynaughtP and This Earper Life on Twitter @ThisEarperLifeYou can find us on Twitter  @Earpology_Pod https://twitter.com/Earpology_PodLeave us a voicemail at https://www.earpologypodcast.com/Email: earpologypodcast@gmail.com

    Driftwood Outdoors
    Ep. 187: Tick Talk with the Tick Terminator

    Driftwood Outdoors

    Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2023 70:26


    Brandon Butler and Nathan “Shags” McLeod interview Brian Anderson, the top speaker and educator on tick prevention in the USA, dedicated to the Outdoor Worker, Hunter, Camper, and the Outdoor Enthusiast.Topics Discussed: How his interest in ticks began, the process of finding what gets rid of them, the history of Lyme Disease and other tick-borne illnesses, what to do when you get one, the best way to remove one, best practices in avoiding them around the home, the advantage of permethrin over deet, the life cycle of ticks, his company and services, mystery bait bucket, and more.For more info:The Tick TerminatorSpecial thanks to:To Living The Dream PropertiesHunting Works For MissouriSmithfly RaftsTo Scenic Rivers TaxidermyConnect with Driftwood Outdoors:FacebookInstagramEmail:info@driftwoodoutdoors.com

    The Witch Daily Show
    May 01 2023 - Beltane

    The Witch Daily Show

    Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2023 26:14


    May 01 2023   The Witch Daily Show (https://www.witchdailyshow.com) is talking Beltane   Our sponsor today Is The Magic of Trees (https://www.amazon.com/Magic-Trees-Jessica-Marie-Baumgartner/dp/1087926874/ref=sr_1_1?crid=YXZ7K2LZLFSX&keywords=the+magic+of+trees+jessica+marie&qid=1674836352&sprefix=the+magic+of+trees+jessica+marie%2Caps%2C109&sr=8-1) and   (   Want to buy me a cup of coffee? Venmo: TonyaWitch - Last 4: 9226   Our quote of the day Is: "I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel." ― Maya Angelou   Headlines: "I wouldn't hate if we did little "what to do during this retrograde" following the retrograde calendar for the rest of the year. It was a great little add in. " FIND ARTICLE Pluto Retrograde May 1 to October 11 Pluto is our furthest planet, and even through its history of being considered a planet and being dismissed from the line-up, we still feel its energetic shifts. Focusing on regeneration, transformation, taboos, and the subconscious, we will feel its effects during the retrograde, happening in the sign of Aquarius from May 1 to October 11, 2023. Happening once a year and lasting for nearly six months at a time, we are not unfamiliar with Pluto retrograde energy, but its effects are much more subtle than the closer, more personal planets. These time periods will ask you to embrace personal transformation and the release of old chapters in your life. You may feel called to end relationships, move to new living situations or start following long hidden dreams. Your deepest desires hold the key to your life's purpose and Pluto retrograde periods are great times of reflection to refocus on how to make changes in your life for the better. (https://foreverconscious.com/intuitive-astrology-pluto-retrograde-2023)   Deck: Buffy the Vampire Slayer Tarot Deck ()   Other Sources: (https://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2015/03/17/393355841/tea-tuesdays-south-america-runs-on-yerba-mate)   Magic of the day – Response of the day - Question of the day -   Thank you so much for joining me this morning, if you have any witch tips, questions, witch fails, or you know of news I missed, visit https://www.witchdailyshow.com or email me at thewitchdailypodcast@gmail.com If you want to support The Witch Daily Show please visit our patreon page https://www.patreon.com/witchdailyshow   Mailing Address (must be addressed as shown below) Tonya Brown 3436 Magazine St #460 New Orleans, LA 70115

    Nature Magic
    Episode 71 Ambrose and Brid let the tree live on

    Nature Magic

    Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2023 26:00


    Today Mary is talking to Ambrose and Brid, master wood turners.We talk about the craft and the philosophy behind the creative arts. Ambrose began woodturning in 1993, he is interested in craft education His belief is that stated by W.B. Yeats “Education is not filling a pail, but lighting a fire”.His articles have been published by the former International Woodturning Centre in Philadelphia USA (now Centre for Wood Art).Ambrose believes that craft is the bridge between technology and art. He believes without a deep insight into the philosophy of the craft, any maker only possesses motor and dexterity skills. For craft to have real meaning and depth and relevance, it needs to have soul.All of these facets – making, teaching, writing and demonstrating reinforce each other and help to make me a better maker, a better teacher and, most of all, a better student. He describes himself as a true student of the woodturning field.Brid began woodturning in the year 2000. She makes functional items and one-off pieces of jewellery. She likes making small pieces as she is interested in exploring the shared qualities between woodturning and jewellery and use small pieces of wood with an interesting grain. As she works she enjoys revealing the unique beauty of each piece of wood. Often hidden on the back of the piece, is some little detail put there for the wearer's enjoyment only. Most of the pieces are made from native Irish woodsRecommended booksContact Ambrose or Brid at www.ambroseandbrid.comRecommended books:Unknown CraftsmanBernard LeechThe ElementKen RobinsonWhy we make things and why does it matterPeter KornContact Mary Bermingham at mary@burrennaturesanctuary.ie Check out Burren Nature Sanctuary at www.burrennaturesanctuary.ie Support the Nature Magic Podcast at https://www.patreon.com/naturemagic Show websitewww.naturemagic.ie

    Currently Reading
    Season 5, Episode 38: Bookshelf Joy + Boss My TBR

    Currently Reading

    Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2023 56:58


    On this week's episode of Currently Reading, Meredith and Kaytee are discussing: Bookish Moments: new bookshelves and Bookstores for Bob Current Reads: all the great, interesting, and/or terrible stuff we've been reading lately Deep Dive: we are bossing our bookish friends into reading the next three books on their TBRs The Fountain: we visit our perfect fountain to make wishes about our reading lives As per usual, time-stamped show notes are below with references to every book and resource we mentioned in this episode. If you'd like to listen first and not spoil the surprise, don't scroll down!  We are now including transcripts of the episode (this link only works on the main site). The goal here is to increase accessibility for our fans! *Please note that all book titles linked below are Bookshop affiliate links. Your cost is the same, but a small portion of your purchase will come back to us to help offset the costs of the show. If you'd prefer to shop on Amazon, you can still do so here through our main storefront. Anything you buy there (even your laundry detergent, if you recently got obsessed with switching up your laundry game) kicks a small amount back to us. Thanks for your support!*   . . . . 1:37 - Ad for Ourselves 2:03 - Currently Reading Patreon - just $5 a month! You get the Indie Press List, All Things Murderful, and Trope Thursday along with great community, and you keep the big show ad-free! 5:09 - Bookish Moment of the Week 5:25 - Ikea Billy Bookshelves 5:30 - @bookishbetsie on Instagram 8:22 - Bookstores for Bob Graphic 9:05 - Tag @maryreadsandsips in your shares! 10:35 - Current Reads 10:55 - Everyone in my Family Has Killed Someone by Benjamin Stevenson (Meredith) 12:24 - Richard Osman's books start with The Thursday Murder Club 16:06 - Ana Maria and the Fox by Liana de la Rosa (Kaytee) 18:02 - Caribbean Heiress in Paris by Adriana Herrera 20:33 - I Have Some Questions for You By Rebecca Makkai (Meredith) 21:47 - The Great Believers by Rebecca Makkai 25:05 - Sarah's Bookshelves Interview with Rebecca 30:06 - Inciting Joy by Ross Gay (Kaytee) 32:02 - David Sedaris 33:36 - The Overnight Guest by Heather Gudenkauf (Meredith) 35:06 - We figured it out! This was recommended by Aubree @mnreadingmama 37:38 - Four Treasures of the Sky by Jenny Tinghui Zhang (Kaytee) 37:44 - Cafe Con Libros 40:59 - Boss My TBR 41:06 - Ashley Currin 41:14 - Babel by RF Kuang 41:17 - Crying in H Mart by Michelle Zauner 41:20 - Killers of a Certain Age by Deanna Reybourn 41:23 - Scythe by Neal Schusterman 41:25 - A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab 42:28 - The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins 42:33 - Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir 45:11 - Caroline Francois 45:17 - Upgrade by Blake Crouch 45:19 - Signal Fires by Dani Shapiro 45:21 - Iona Iverson's Rules for Commuting by Clare Pooley 45:25 - Transcendent Kingdom by Yaa Gyasi 45:27 - We Ride Upon Sticks by Quan Berry 50:53 - Meet Us At The Fountain 51:12 - I wish for everyone to try the Generations Podcast((Meredith) 51:15 - @lonestarwords on Instagram 52:24 - @fictionmatters 53:48 -  I wish for people to rabbit hole via books (Kaytee) 54:10 - The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben 54:13 - The Devil's Teeth by Susan Casey 54:26 - Babel by RF Kuang 54:37 - The Soul of an Octopus by Sy Montgomery 54:52 - Zero Fail by Carol Leonnig Connect With Us: Meredith is @meredith.reads on Instagram Kaytee is @notesonbookmarks on Instagram Mary is @maryreadsandsips on Instagram Roxanna is @roxannatheplanner on Instagram currentlyreadingpodcast.com @currentlyreadingpodcast on Instagram currentlyreadingpodcast@gmail.com Support us at patreon.com/currentlyreadingpodcast and www.zazzle.com/store/currentlyreading

    Chasing Giants with Don Higgins
    Episode #167 - Turkey Season Is Here! Terry Still Hates Turkeys!

    Chasing Giants with Don Higgins

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2023 74:39


    We get to share the story of our close friends Joe Johnson and Al Foster turkey hunting in Kentucky with Terry. SPECIAL ASIO PROMOTION CLICK HERE: https://asiogear.com/collections/early-season/?utm_source=dhsb Camo for Tree Stand Hunters - www.asiogear.com Higgins Outdoors Website: https://higginsoutdoors.com/ Higgins Outdoors Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/higginsoutdoors Higgins Outdoors Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/higginsoutd... Find your dream property: www.buyafarm.com Food Plot Seed: https://www.realworldwildlifeproducts... Best Deal on Chevy Trucks - home of the new diesel truck every year https://www.buyavictorychevy.com/ Best Bows, period: https://www.mathewsinc.com/ Blinds AFFORDABLE, COMFORTABLE, AND WITHOUT COMPROMISES. https://www.360huntingblinds.com/ Hunters who demand quality, demand Lone Wolf https://www.lonewolfhuntingproducts.c... Superior Optics: https://www.vortexoptics.com/ Electric Bikes for all terrains: https://quietkat.com/ Tractor Implements and More: https://wildlifefarming.com/ Trees for Land Managers: http://www.gingerichtrees.com/

    Rotoviz Radio
    How Many Trees Do You Plant To Create An Orchard (Bonus Show) - RotoViz Overtime

    Rotoviz Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2023 50:09


    Have you ever eaten an apple? Ever been to an orchard? Every thought about creating one? Well, that's what Colm did this past weekend! Shawn Siegele and Colm Kelly discuss a variety of non-football-related topics. What upcoming event have they purchased tickets for? What are their latest TV and Film recommendations? Plus a lot more! RotoViz Rookie Guide! Subscribe to the RotoViz YouTube Channel here! HOSTS RotoViz Radio Executive Producer Colm Kelly (@OvertimeIreland) RotoViz co-owner Shawn Siegele (@FF_Contrarian) SPONSORS Listeners of RotoViz Radio can save 10% on a one-year RotoViz subscription by visiting RotoViz.com/podcast or by using the promotional code "rvradio2023" at the time of purchase. Underdog Fantasy - Get a 100% deposit match on your first deposit up to $100 when you sign up at Underdogfantasy.com using this link or the promo code ROTOVIZ. SHOW NOTES RotoViz Radio provides the power for RotoViz Overtime. Email: RotoVizRadio@gmail.com @RotoVizOvertime on Twitter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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    Completely Arbortrary
    BONUS EPISODE - How Do Trees Die?

    Completely Arbortrary

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2023 111:44


    CW: DeathStraight from the Patreon (patreon.com/arbortrarypod) we give you this HUGE two-parter-turned-one-parter episode on how trees die. What does it mean to "die"? And how is human death different than tree death? Hear all about the process and the philosophy behind tree death in this unlocked bonus episode! We'll be back next with an excellent new series of Completely Arbortrary.Completely Arbortrary is produced and hosted by Casey Clapp and Alex CrowsonJoin the Cone of the Month ClubSupport the show on PatreonFollow along on InstagramFind Arbortrary merch on our storeFind additional reading on our websiteCover art by Jillian BartholdMusic by Aves and The Mini-Vandals

    The Michael Berry Show
    Peacocks, Papas, And Fighting Crime With Trees | AM Show Hr 1

    The Michael Berry Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2023 35:32


    The Michael Berry Show
    FINALLY! The Solution To High Crime In Houston: More Trees | AM Show Hr 1

    The Michael Berry Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2023 35:30


    The Michael Berry Show
    Lina Hidalgo Thinks That Shade Trees Will Help Fight Crime

    The Michael Berry Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2023 6:30