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Forager's Radio is a bi-weekly podcast that explores the world of food foraging, sustainability, and natural medicine. Join us with our host and founder of Wild Kingdom Extracts, Neil Thenier, as we unpack topics that relate to cultivating a deep connection with nature, building community, and increasing our health and longevity.
 
Hosted by Daniel Vitalis, The WildFed Podcast is about deepening your connection with the natural world through hunting, fishing, foraging, and, of course, food. It’s about the wild food that’s freely available on your landscape, at the edges of your town or city, and sometimes just outside your door. The podcast consists of interviews with biologists, authors, wildlife managers, foragers, hunters, anglers, chefs, friends, and plenty of educational and inspirational solo shows too. WildFed — ...
 
Hi and Welcome to the podcast! My name is Chantel McRae and I will be your host. I started working for MBFI in January of 2022 as an Extension Specialist with the goal of increasing awareness and information regarding the projects and important research happening at MBFI. One of the ways we have decided to do that is through a podcast that shares information on the research projects that are being conducted here, as well as extension events and on farm practices and technologies. MBFI is a n ...
 
This show is about personal empowerment. Forager Health Podcast explores why we are meant to seek opportunities for depth, meaning, variety, and joy within the Human Experience as we explore our relationships with ourselves, each other, and with the Earth. Our weekly gatherings are meant to explore human potential and inspire listeners to welcome more passion, exploration, challenge, and autonomy into their lives. We hope that our thought provoking and inspirational conversations with the be ...
 
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Farmer Wellness Program & Mental Health Awareness with Kim Moffat Kim Moffat has been a counselor for over 30 years. For the last 22 years, Kim has specialized in the area of Agricultural Mental Health. She has provided counseling and support to farm families for 20 years at the Manitoba Farm, Rural and Northern Support Services. In 2020 that servi…
 
We've got a really important episode for you today. At least, important to us, and probably to you too if you’ve been listening to this show for a while. In fact, in some ways, it feels like it helps to make sense of a couple of important themes we’ve explored again and again here over the last 160 episodes. Most notably, those of wild game conserv…
 
This week on Forager's Radio, guest Aldi Kent and I unpack the hot topic of micro-dosing with psilocybin mushrooms. Aldi is cofounder of a Mexican based company called Musashi that specializes in micro-dosing consulting and offers neurotransmitter supporting supplements that help enhance the micro-dosing experience. Aldi and I achieved our goal of …
 
Who doesn’t love Marine Biology? Daniel recently had the opportunity to give a talk at the celebrated Maine Maritime Academy, addressing a class of marine biology and oceanography students. While he was there he met today’s guest, Dr. Alan Verde. Alan is a biologist and diver who specializes in corals, anemones, jellyfish, sea cucumbers and octopus…
 
On this week's episode of Forager's Radio, get ready to unleash your mushroom third eye! Guest, Brando Farr shares his intuitive experiences as forager and how time spent in nature opens the door to become more sensitive and in tune with the natural world. Brando also explains how science intersects with the metaphysical by outlining his experience…
 
Ben Hamm grew up on a dairy farm in Rainy River, Ontario. After moving to Manitoba when he was 12, his family moved away from dairy and switched to a beef cattle operation. Ben has been very connected with agriculture and grew up taking small side jobs in the hog, dairy and poultry industries. In 2003 he decided to return to school to pursue a care…
 
If you haven’t been already, we're thrilled to introduce you to Dr. Mike Chamberlain. Somehow, over our years of making this show, we weren't aware of this man or his incredible work on turkeys. Now we feel like we've been stumbling around in the dark. Ok, that’s probably an overstatement, since we’ve had some great mentors, and we’ve had several e…
 
We're talking today with Paul McCarney, PhD. Paul’s an environmental social scientist, hunter, and conservationist that lives in Canada’s remote Yukon. You could think of it as our northern neighbor’s Alaska. He’s in Whitehorse, which is north of Juneau but east of Anchorage. Most recently, Paul hosted the HuntToEat Podcast, where he covered topics…
 
On this week's episode of Wild Kingdom Radio, I'm joined by Hilary Boynton, the Head of Nutrition Services at the Manzanita School and author of the Heal Your Gut Cookbook. In our conversation we discuss the importance of a high nutrient diet for kids and teens to help minimize their chances of developing degenerative diseases. They are after all, …
 
Shawn Cabak has been employed with Manitoba Agriculture since the early 1990’s and is currently the Livestock & Forage Specialist in the Portage la Prairie office. He was involved in the Manitoba Beef & Forage Initiative at Brandon and is active in the Portage area belonging to a number of associations including Mb Crop Variety Evaluation Team, the…
 
Our guest today is Lisa Rose, author of the new book: Urban Foraging, Find, Gather, and Cook 50 Wild Plants, as well as a few other titles on foraging and food. Though urban foraging doesn’t come up much on this show, it's always been important to Daniel. It was how he first started foraging, finding plants that grew in his backyard, snacks that gr…
 
As eaters of wild turkey meat, maybe we're a little biased, but we're huge believers in the National Wild Turkey Federation’s mission. Turkeys were Daniel's gateway into hunting itself, and he has initiated several other new hunters by bringing them out for their first birds too. We're of the opinion that stewarding turkeys and turkey habitat is, i…
 
On this week's episode of Wild Kingdom Radio, we're joined by Shannon Mulligan-Mayernick as she shares her extensive knowledge of wild, cultivated, and invasive herbs. She, along with her husband Matt, started Mayernik Kitchen five years ago. In their in person herbal shop and online store, they offer almost 100 different herbal products and run cl…
 
Elizabeth Nernberg is a Livestock Specialist with Manitoba Agriculture based out of Roblin. For over 20 years, she has worked with livestock producers in planning their winter-feed program. Elizabeth is dedicated to assisting clients lower their winter feed costs and working with them to balance their own rations. Elizabeth holds a Bachelor of Scie…
 
Pascal Baudar is a legend in the world of wild foods, constantly advancing the practice of foraging into new and unexplored terrain. While many of us focus on calories or medicinal plants, Pascal is uncovering the terroir hidden in places most of us just don’t think to look. Sure, there’s been a lot of work done on fermentation in the last decade, …
 
Our interview today is with Kristen Gremillion, PhD — Professor in the Department of Anthropology at Ohio State University. She wrote a book in 2011 called Ancestral Appetites, looking at the archeological evidence and ethnographic knowledge we have about human diet throughout our species' history. We love interviewing folks like Kristen because de…
 
We are so excited to share the first Producer Profile, where we meet Cameron & Lisa Hodgins of Lenore, Manitoba. Cameron and Lisa Hodgins of Hodgins Farm are 3rd generation farmers on their family farm near Lenore, Manitoba. Here they are raising their four young children; Carrie, Chase, Cole and Conner and farm closely with Cameron’s parents, Ed a…
 
Our interview today is with Philippe Grenade-Willis, someone Daniel's been working with for a few years now on various art projects for both WildFed and Surthrival. Philippe is an incredible illustrator with a passion for the outdoors and the creatures that live there. In a nod to Daniel's former podcast, ReWild Yourself, today’s episode is a bit m…
 
On this episode of Wild Kingdom Radio, I have the immense pleasure of speaking with Ashley Walsh, president and founder of Pocono Organics. Pocono Organics is the world's first and largest regenerative hemp farm. Hemp isn't all they grow! Ashley and her team specialize in growing regenerative organic certified crops that are grown nutrient rich soi…
 
What a fun and thoughtful conversation today with Dylan Tomine. In addition to working at Patagonia as a Fly Fishing Ambassador, and recently releasing a book under Patagonia's publishing house called “Headwaters,” Dylan Tomine has traveled the world fly fishing and writing about it. His writing is engrossing and almost lyrical, each short chapter …
 
Episode #12: Precision Cattle Ranching for Improved Reproductive Efficiencies Dr. Susan Markus has over 30 years of extensive experience in beef cattle production and sheep nutrition being currently involved in a large cow/calf, backgrounding and feedlot operation with her husband and 4 children in east central Alberta (Castor, AB) Canada. In addit…
 
It’s always fun for Daniel to sit down with his good friend — WildFed producer and cinematographer Grant Guiliano — to podcast without a guest. Just them, talking behind the scenes. Daniel and Grant are currently filming Season 3 of the WildFed TV show for Outdoor Channel, which means they're on the road a lot — flying, driving, boating, hunting, f…
 
On this episode of Wild Kingdom Radio, I have the pleasure of speaking with Andre Burgess and Saeid Mushtagh from Canadian Pine Pollen Co. Andre and Burgess go in depth about the amazing health benefits of pine pollen and how it can help increase levels of free testosterone, keep your androgenic hormones balanced, and provide robust immune support.…
 
The pawpaw is a North American native, growing wild in 26 States! But you wouldn’t know it by seeing or tasting it. About the size of a small to medium-sized mango, with a custardy flesh that ranges from creamy white to pumpkin pie orange, you’d swear it's a tropical fruit. But, you’d be wrong, since it is, in fact, a temperate species. Despite its…
 
Episode #11: Case Study in Strategic Beef Herd Development with Mary-Jane Orr We are back chatting this week with Mary-Jane Orr, General Manager for Manitoba Beef & Forage Initiatives Inc. Mary-Jane leads a dedicated team at MBFI to advance Manitoba’s beef & forage industry through engaging stakeholders, evaluating on-farm innovation, and extension…
 
We’re back today with our good friend Molly Lutcavage, Oceanographer, Bluefin Tuna and Sea Turtle Physiologist, and the Director of Large Pelagics Research at the University of Massachusetts. Her last appearance on the show was back on episode 16 of this podcast, The Truth About Bluefin Tuna, making her one of our earliest podcast guests! She was a…
 
Food. Medicine. Community. Three words that define each other and are all something we need to be healthy happy humans. On this week's episode of Wild Kingdom Radio, guest Jess Starwood unpacks these three important words and offers insight on how to cultivate them. Jess shares her unique experiences as a mentor and guide to so many in her in perso…
 
Bonus Episode: The Bright Future of Ag with MBFI’s 2022 Summer Students In this Bonus Episode, we meet MBFI’s four amazing summer students. These up and coming ag professionals have been busy at the farm doing everything from cattle health checks and daily moves, to yard work, seeding, haying and everything in between! Each of them has a slightly d…
 
We’re back today with internationally-known archaeologist, primitive technologist, and chef, Bill Schindler. Bill’s been on the show once before to discuss his book, Eat Like A Human, and he’s back today to talk about the human diet, through the lens of his professional focus of ancestral human foods, food acquisition, and the traditional processin…
 
Sean Wattenbarger DC joins me on the show this week! Sean is a world class chiropractor with an exceptional depth of understanding and wisdom when it comes to human health. He is one of the most innovative, imaginative, and introspective healthcare practitioners I have ever met. What truly sets him apart in my eyes is the amount of heart he brings …
 
Our guest today is none other than Sam Thayer. If you’re serious about wild foods, you’ve probably read Sam’s incredible books — The Forager's Harvest, Nature's Garden, and Incredible Wild Edibles. They’ve become the gold standard in plant foraging by setting a new benchmark for what readers should expect from authors on the topic. Sam set the reco…
 
On this week's episode of Wild Kingdom Radio we have the privilege of exploring the wild world of foraging, sustainable entrepreneurship, and cultivating meaningful connections with nature with our guest, Andy Conner of Foraged Market. Andy and his team are on a unique mission to transform our local food systems by connecting foragers around the co…
 
Raymond Bittner is the Predation Lead with the Manitoba Beef Producers. Ray has spent his career troubleshooting on farms all over Manitoba over the last 30 years, with a career spanning from livestock genetics, nutrition, environment, and economics. Ray continues to operate the family farm with beef and cash cropping with his wife and family. Ray …
 
Dr. James Agee knows fire and is one of the nation's leading minds, voices, and advocates for its ecological use on the landscape. He’s an emeritus professor of forest ecology at the College of Forest Resources at the University of Washington, Seattle. Before that, he was a forest ecologist and research biologist for the National Park Service in Se…
 
Josh Logan Young joins us this week on Forager Health Podcast! Join us in this intimate and heartfelt container where we break down Josh’s lifetime of insight on all the ways men are trained to fail in our modern relationships and how to rewrite the script on what intimacy with yourself and your partners can look like. We break down in great detail…
 
10 days on Molokai, hunting, gathering, and connecting with local people to learn a bit about their culture and life there. We couldn’t be more grateful to have had this kind of experience! Unlike Waikiki Beach in Oahu’s Honolulu, Molokai isn't cluttered with high-rise hotels and high-end shopping centers. You have the distinct impression you're on…
 
This week we round up our deep dive into the teachings of Bruce Lee. Our conversation flows through many thought provoking concepts including learning to die, discovering the true nature of our Selves, dissolving our codependency with the Ego as armor against the world’s expectations, and how to build a healthy self-relationship. One thing readily …
 
Episode #8- DUC Grazing Clubs & The General Mills Pilot Program with Michael Thiele Michael Thiele was born and raised in Dauphin, Manitoba on a typical Prairie farm. Wheat and canola dominated the crop rotation with some barley, oats and peas. A small herd of cows grazed the unfarmed acres. Michael’s career trajectory was most likely farming, give…
 
Welcome to today’s episode with Nat Bletter, PhD, which we’re jokingly calling “episode 1 of the KavaCast”, since Nat, an ethnobotanist, prepared kava kava, or what the Hawaiians call 'awa for Daniel and Grant just prior to recording. Kava is the root of Piper methysticum, a member of the black pepper family, with mildly intoxicating properties tha…
 
Arizona is one of Daniel's favorite places on earth. He first started going while he was in his 20’s visiting a hot spring there several times a year, which was once the healing grounds for Geronimo and the Apache who rode and raided with him. Over the years he's gone often, from the Mexican border up to the Grand Canyon, from the high-altitude, fo…
 
Pam Iwanchysko has been a Livestock Specialist with Manitoba Agriculture in Dauphin, Manitoba for more than 25 years. She was raised on a mixed farm north of Dauphin. She attended the University of Manitoba where she received her BSc. Degree and then proceeded to attend the University of Saskatchewan to complete her Master’s degree in Ruminant Nutr…
 
Today’s show is a bit of a departure from our typical conversation here on the podcast, but it's one we've been wanting to have for quite some time. Our guest is Sally Norton, and she’s become really well known for talks she’s given on Oxalic Acid and Oxalates — compounds and even crystalline structures frequently found in plant foods, and often pr…
 
I have idolized Bruce Lee since I was a young child. I would watch his 4 movies countless times growing up. Before I became old enough to put a finger on what was so different about him, I knew there was an extra special something about the man who still to this day has the power to captivate people by name and image alone. Many years later, my fas…
 
Our guest today, back now for his second time, is Adam Haritan of LearnYourLand.com. He’s probably best known for his fantastic YouTube channel by the same name. He’s got over 175 videos there that teach folks how to identify and use the wild species all around them. Recently he launched a tree identification course that caught Daniel's eye, and we…
 
In this episode, you will meet Dr. Kateryn Rochon. Kateryn is an associate professor of Veterinary and Wildlife Entomology at the University of Manitoba. Her research program is focused on insects and ticks as vectors of livestock and wildlife pathogens. Before joining the Department of Entomology in 2012, Kateryn was a postdoctoral fellow at Agric…
 
Today Daniel's sitting down with his good friend, WildFed Cinematographer and Producer Grant Guiliano to talk a bit about what we've been up to this year and to give you a behind-the-scenes look at our upcoming third season of the WildFed TV show on Outdoor Channel. We’re currently filming ten new episodes that’ll debut this coming winter, so we’ve…
 
This week's episode is about how to navigate your responses to adversity the next time you feel the weight of your own expectations on your shoulders. We are just over the summer solstice at the time of this Airing - the thunderous rush of Spring and early summer has come and gone, if you are success-oriented or a seeker of expansion, a devotee to …
 
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