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Nature isn’t just “out there” in some pristine or far-off location. It’s all around us, including right outside our doors. Join us as we ignite our curiosity and natural wonder, explore our yards and communities, and improve our local pollinator and wildlife habitat.
 
Come along with horticulturist Daniel Fuller as we enter a hidden world of horticultural, ecological and landscape gardening knowledge with featured experts, industry professionals and enthusiasts. We inform and inspire you with weekly episodes to help you become an unstoppable plant whisperer.
 
Sustainable World Radio brings you interviews with experts from around the globe; teachers, designers, environmentalists, and earth activists who learn from and work with Nature. Listen to episodes about Permaculture, organic gardening, herbal medicine, plants, fungi, earth repair, natural building, regenerative farming, sustainability, and ethnobotany. Tune in to discover positive solutions to environmental challenges; solutions that adhere to the Permaculture ethics of Earth Care, People C ...
 
Neste espaço estamos disponibilizando, gratuitamente, podcasts sobre ecologia, meio ambiente e biodiversidade. Também incluimos composições musicais de minha autoria, como forma de expressão da linguagem universal que é a música. In this space we are making free podcasts available on ecology, environment and biodiversity. We also included musical compositions of my own, as a way of expressing the universal language that is music.
 
A series of interviews from the Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology, focusing on people and organizations working at the confluence of religious and ecological perspectives. Interviews cover four main areas: 1) new and forthcoming publications, 2) engagement in practice, activism, and advocacy, 3) teaching and curriculum, and 4) perspectives from environmental humanities. Our Vision is a flourishing Earth community where religious and spiritual traditions join together for the shared wellbein ...
 
Washington's Department of Ecology was the first environmental agency to be established in the U.S., back in 1970. We're headquartered in Lacey, with regional offices across the state, and are tasked with protecting, preserving and enhancing our environment for current and future generations. Here, we post stories from our our environmental programs as well as expertise in scientific research, creative problem-solving, complex project management, and innovative partnerships.Learn more about ...
 
Water Environment: Lakes, Rivers, Oceans, Seas, Groundwater, Wells - Water Conservation, Water Sustainability, Water Preservation, Water Ecology, and other H2O Environmental IssuesContact info: Clean@h2opodcast.com or 206-984-3260; http://H2Opodcast.com
 
This podcast broadcasts two shows that I host: Environmental Professionals and Nature’s Pulse. Environmental Professionals interviews ecologists and others in the environmental industry from all over the globe. Nature’s pulse is a weekly review of global environmental events to help keep you informed. Connect with me: instagram: jungle_capital twitter: jungle_capital linkedin: John Lieber
 
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This episode of Spotlights features Andreas Karelas, the founder and executive director of RE-volv, a nonprofit organization that empowers people around the country to help nonprofits in their communities go solar and raise awareness about the benefits of clean energy. He is also the author of Climate Courage: How Tackling Climate Change Can Build …
 
Sales is a massive career opportunity within the horticulture industry, especially for people that need to get off the tools for whatever reason. It's not for everybody, but the right person can make a nice income when you factor in a base wage plus commissions. And sales skills aren't just for professional salespeople either! They're an incredibly…
 
One of the most common questions I get is, “What should I plant for pollinators?” As you’ll hear in today’s conversation, I’m not the only one who frequently gets that question. It’s probably the most common question asked of anyone who promotes pollinator gardening. Unfortunately, there isn’t a simple answer to that question because lots of differ…
 
Learn how to garden like nature from writer, horticultural consultant, and educator Dr. Lee Reich. We start with an audio tour of Lee’s award winning “farmden," which is more than a garden and less than a farm. Packed with plants, including Paw Paws, Hardy Kiwi, Gooseberries, Figs, and Filberts, Lee uses his land as a test site for showcasing his g…
 
We are taking a well earned break in September before springing back with a brand new season in October 2022. Thank you for listening throughout the past year (and a bit). It's time for our annual appraisal, so what did you find of value and should be doing more of? Also, what did not really resonate with you - we need to know! Send us your feedbac…
 
Na América do Sul, o ciclo das águas depende, em grande parte, do que acontece no Pantanal, uma área úmida maior que a Grécia que engloba Brasil, Paraguai e Bolívia. Muito recentemente, cerca de 25% da vasta área úmida do Pantanal no Brasil, um dos lugares de maior biodiversidade do planeta, foi queimada em incêndios florestais agravados pelas muda…
 
Australian estuaries have a problem. Well, they have several, but one of the major threats to the ecosystem is undoubtedly the European carp which outcompete our native fauna, overgraze on flora and cause further destruction. This episode's sponsor is Charlie Carp, a fish fertiliser company that's helping to keep populations down, even though my gu…
 
This episode of Spotlights features André Daughtry, an award-winning speculative social documentarian who explores contemporary expressions of the spiritual, mystical, and theological in the contexts of pluralistic democracies. He talks about his latest project, WILDERNESS, a speculative documentary photography, film and performance project that en…
 
What's it like to work in conservation in the Blue Mountains? In this episode, Ian Allen from the Blue Mountains Botanic Gardens at Mount Tomah, NSW, comes on the show to speak about the important work he and his team are doing in the UNESCO World Heritage listed ecosystem. The star of this episode, of course, is the critically endangered Wollemi p…
 
Imagine growing flowers as your job. In this episode, Alana Reeves gives us an insight into what it's like to own and operate a small flower farm outside of Bathurst, NSW. We talk about the struggles (if there are any) when it comes to growing flowers, the different tasks for each season when you're growing annual flowers, and the importance of the…
 
We’ve all been there. We are walking in the woods, in a field, along a creek bank, around our property, or around the local park and we stumble upon an interesting plant. It isn’t one that we know and we immediately begin to wonder, “what is that?” It’s a simple question that holds so much potential because once we know what the plant is, we can fi…
 
Mineração é um termo que abrange os processos, atividades e indústrias cujo objetivo é a extração de substâncias minerais a partir de depósitos ou massas minerais. Podem incluir-se aqui a exploração de petróleo e gás natural e até de água.[1][2] Como atividade industrial, a mineração é indispensável para a manutenção do nível de vida e avanço das s…
 
This is the beginning of the third year of the podcast for the Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology,. This new beginning intersects with another new beginning: the Religion and Ecology unit of the American Academy of Religion has two new co-chairs, Joseph Wiebe, PhD, and Kimberly Carfore, PhD. In this episode, Joe and Kim both reflect on the past, pr…
 
Have you ever wondered what goes into creating this podcast, and what I want to achieve with every episode? Scott Smith interviews me in this special episode as we take a peek behind the podcast. Towards the end of the episode we talk a lot about our industry as a whole, and our wish to see wages go up across the board EPISODE LINKS Search for hort…
 
Green infrastructure are living, ecological systems that provide urban infrastructure benefits, such as rainwater mitigation and filtration and health benefits. This episode is sponsored by the Australian Institute of Horticulture, and features the AIH president Michael Casey, who also runs a couple of businesses including EverGreen Infrastructure.…
 
What if there was a better job out there for you? The new job board I've created for the industry is officially live today (Sunday the 21st of August, 2022). I believe this job board will reduce the impacts of the staff shortage crisis in green industries around the world. Check it out at HortPeople.com.…
 
Fall is an extremely important time for pollinators, so having plenty of flowers available at this time of year is crucial if one of your goals is to attract pollinators. Luckily, there are lots of fall blooming, native plants that you can grow in your gardens. In the last Backyard Ecology podcast episode I talked about five late summer blooming na…
 
Do you think the global green industry needs a job board of its own? I do. That's why I created HortPeople.com, the new job board that launches next weekend. In this episode, my mentor Karen Smith interviews me about why I started it, why it matters for our industry, and why anybody should even care. You'll learn about the features, the 42 job cate…
 
We all love learning about soil, but what about its dark side? In this episode, contaminated land consultant, Sheridan Chapman comes on the show to help us become aware of soil hazards, and give us some insight into the types of risk assessments she undertakes as part of her work. EPISODE LINKS No links this time! LOOKING FOR WORK? LOOKING FOR WORK…
 
O consumo de plástico está cada vez mais presente em nossas vidas. Embalagens, garrafas PET e máscaras descartáveis são parte do cotidiano, mas seu consumo excessivo, o descarte errado a baixa reciclagem ameaçam o meio ambiente. O Brasil é hoje o quarto maior produtor de lixo plástico: são quase 12 toneladas por ano, das quais somente um pouco mais…
 
Late summer is often thought of as a challenging time for gardening. It’s hot, it’s humid, we may or may not be getting regular rainfall, and there are often lots of other summertime activities competing for our attention. But if our goal is to plant for pollinators and wildlife, then it is important to make sure we have plenty of plants blooming a…
 
A not to be missed interview with Stuart Newson, lead scientist for the BTO Acoustic Pipeline, which brings cutting-edge sound identification of bats and other nocturnal wildlife to your desktop. During the interview, Richard discusses Stuart's love for big data analysis and problem solving and his work with the BTO. We talk about his career profil…
 
We covered amenity tree pruning in episode 96, but what about fruit tree pruning? Do the same rules apply? And do the rules that apply to apples also apply to other fruits in the rose family like pears, cherries and/or apricots? Find out in this episode with return guest Scott Smith, head gardener for the National Trust for Scotland at Haddo House …
 
In this episode of Spotlights, Sam reflects on the another successful season of podcast interviews for the Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology. We have released nearly 100 episodes, featuring a wide variety of scholars, activists, and artists who engage with the sort of issues addressed by the field and force of religion and ecology. We'll take a sh…
 
Urban foresters and arborists are the heroes of the urban forest, but who's supporting them? In this episode, Ben Seamark, co-founder of the Forestree GIS application speaks on why tree businesses and councils need to think a bit more deeply about how they're managing their data if they value tree longevity, and how this app can help them do that. …
 
I often hear comments or questions such as, “I do what I can in my yard, but I wish more people in my community would plant pollinator gardens.” Or, “What can I do to get my community involved and to make my community more pollinator friendly?” It can feel overwhelming and like there isn’t anything we can do beyond our own individual space. But, so…
 
This is a clip from the episode of Spotlights featuring Jason Wirth, PhD, professor of philosophy at Seattle University, Soto Zen priest, and the founder and co-director of the Seattle University EcoSangha. He discusses his idea of "deep social ecology," which integrates the insights of two ecological philosophies often considered to be in oppositi…
 
Pests, diseases, and abiotic stress harm tree health. In this episode, Greg Packman introduces us to the basic categories of offender: vertebrates, invertebrates, fungus, bacteria and viral pathogens, as well as non-living causes of stress. EPISODE LINKS Greg's Twitter: https://twitter.com/GregPackman Greg's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gr…
 
Plásticos feitos de polietileno, a matéria-prima das sacolas de supermercado, liberam metano e etileno durante o seu processo de decomposição no mar e no meio ambiente – mostrou um estudo recente. Uma vez expostos ao ar, boiando na superfície do oceano ou entulhando praias, a taxa de liberação desses gases é quase 80 vezes maior que quando submerso…
 
This episode of Spotlights features Jason Wirth, PhD, professor of philosophy at Seattle University, Soto Zen priest, and the founder and co-director of the Seattle University EcoSangha. We talk about his capacious engagements with Continental philosophy, Buddhism, ecological thought, indigenous lifeways, and more. We discuss some of his books, inc…
 
Plants Grow Here & Branch Out are doing a swapcast! That means we're each playing an episode of each others' show. The Branch Out episode we're featuring this week is about the witchcraft revival, and how herbs are a large part of the movement. Vanessa Fuchs interviews a modern witch Christina Oakley-Harrington about her beliefs, her practices and …
 
Did you know that Venus flytraps are insect pollinated? Or that they are native to a very small part of eastern North and South Carolina? Or that they rarely eat flies? I didn’t either until I stumbled upon a research paper talking about the pollination of Venus flytraps. That paper led me down a rabbit hole of questions and fascinating discoveries…
 
Episode 166: Did you know that oceans make life possible on our planet? Even if we live far from the coast, our lives are influenced by the ocean. Oceans generate oxygen, capture carbon, shape weather, and provide habitat for countless creatures. To learn more about these vast, yet fragile bodies of water that make our planet unique, beautiful, and…
 
In this week's episode of Spotlights, Sam Mickey talks about the life and thought of a deeply influential figure in the field and force of religion and ecology, Thomas Berry (1914-2009). Sam draws on the book about Berry's life and thought, Thomas Berry: A Biography, by Mary Evelyn Tucker, John Grim, and Andrew Angyal (Columbia University Press, 20…
 
Richard Dodd interviews two students (Rachel Smith and Nina Baranduin) who have just completed their second year Ecology and Conservation degree course at Nottingham Trent University. During the interview we discuss their individual reasons and decision to go to university, their experience of studying under Covid-19 restrictions, placement year op…
 
Have you ever noticed that certain plants do better in certain parts of the garden? In this episode, Guy Deakins, author of Gardener's Guide To Protected Growing, comes on the show to tell us about different factors that affect micro climates within our gardens, and how we can create our own micro climates to protect our plants. EPISODE LINKS Buy G…
 
This clip is an excerpt of the Spotlights episode featuring Rabbi Ellen Bernstein. In this clip, she discusses her work with Shomrei Adamah (Keepers of the Earth), the first national Jewish environmental organization, which she founded in 1988. While Shomrei Adamah, the organization, closed in 1996, it touched the hearts and minds of tens of thousa…
 
Have you ever worked in a heritage formal garden? Scott Smith is head gardener for National Trust for Scotland at Pitmedden Garden and Haddo House Gardens, and in this episode we take a peek into the sort of work that he oversees. Including removing 6km of English box hedge, the logistics of moving bulky materials around a large site, and maintaini…
 
Summer brings with it butterflies, lightning bugs, caterpillars, hummingbirds, fawns, baby birds, and so much more. It can be a really fun time to just get outside and observe all of the fascinating plants and animals around us. There are also plenty of things that we can be doing at this time of year to help make our yards more attractive to polli…
 
In this week's episode of Spotlights, our host Sam Mickey presents some brief reflections on Father's Day, which is celebrated in North America and many other places on the third Sunday of June. Along with giving some historical context about the meaning of Father's Day, Sam gives some personal reflections about the important role that his father (…
 
Succulents are awesome. They're easy to propagate, they're easy to care for and they're easy to love. But what's going on internally to lead so many unrelated plants to all use the same strategy? Jackie Warburton is a maintenance horticulturist and business owner at Terra Solarus, and in this episode she explains how succulents photosynthesise diff…
 
This clip is an excerpt of the Spotlights episode featuring Rabbi Ellen Bernstein. In this clip, she discusses her ecological interpretation of the Bible, specifically the ecological implications of the first chapter of the book of Genesis. She wrote a wonderful book on the topic, The Splendor of Creation: A Biblical Ecology (Pilgrim Press). More i…
 
How do you get qualified in horticulture? Well, you can get a nationally recognised qualification at uni, or at Tafe. In this episode, Ian Gaston from Tafe NSW explains why and how to get qualified through Tafe. This episode is sponsored by Hort Journal Australia, and I've written a corresponding article which you can read via the link below after …
 
I often get asked what people can plant for bees. I can give good general answers to those questions, because we have a good idea of what types of flowers tend to be attractive to bees in general. We can then use that information along with personal observations made by ourselves and others to fairly easy determine what we can plant in a given area…
 
Espécie invasora é definida como uma espécie exótica, ou seja, que veio de fora do lugar, e que prolifera sem controle e passa a representar ameaça para espécies nativas e para o equilíbrio dos ecossistemas e ainda que passa a ocupar e transformar a seu favor. Pode representar risco até às pessoas. Uma planta que se desenvolve em um local diferente…
 
This week’s episode of Spotlights features Rabbi Ellen Bernstein, a leader and pioneer in the field of religion and ecology. She discusses her work with Shomrei Adamah, Keepers of the Earth, the first national Jewish environmental organization, which she founded in 1988. She also talks about some of her work as an author and ecotheologian, focusing…
 
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