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Have you ever dreamt of starting a farm or homesteading? Do you love foraging for wild edibles? Is your perfect afternoon spent drifting downriver, fishing for that nights dinner? Or do love to spend a crisp fall morning hunting for wild game to share with your family? Or perhaps you spend all your free time digging in your garden, collecting herbs, vegetables, and fruits to enjoy. Homesteady is a show that focuses on living a more sustainable life. We talk about all the ways a modern Homest ...
 
Hosted by Global Seafood Alliance’s Shaun O’Loughlin, Justin Grant, and Maddie Cassidy, Aquademia is your go-to podcast for a fresh take on all things seafood. The podcast aims to educate consumers and industry professionals on how seafood is connected with the issues facing our planet, what consumers can do to help, and arm them with the knowledge to make better seafood choices! Each episode will feature interviews from professionals of many disciplines to demonstrate how deeply seafood is ...
 
The world is so much more than what we know, and only through understanding it better can we make informed decisions. This podcast aims to bring impactful, entertaining and insightful conversations from a global array of guests. Some famous, some you won’t have heard of. From famous explorers, to renowned scientists and just good people, all have a story to tell which we can take something from. Topics are wide ranging, with a backbone centred on conservation, including hunting, fishing, exp ...
 
Pepperidge Farm has been committed to promoting a healthy lifestyle for over forty years by offering parents wholesome snacks made with no artificial preservatives.The Goldfish brand partnered with Positive Psychology leader and mother of four, Dr. Karen Reivich, to create Fishful Thinking. Fishful Thinking is a program that helps parents raise children who have a positive attitude and can confidently tackle life’s challenges.
 
Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 90 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe. All analysts have their own sector specialisations—ranging from meat and fish to dairy, vegetables, fruit and floriculture, coffee and cocoa. Please read our disclaimer here: https://research.rabobank.com/far/en/footer/di ...
 
The Green Fish Blue Oceans podcast helps you become a sustainable seafood shopper while you learn about seafood and the oceans, in thirty-minute episodes. This fun, educational, bi-weekly show tackles sustainable seafood, aquaculture, and ocean challenges, from shopping and cooking tips to easy-to-prepare recipes and seafood traceability. Don’t just eat seafood, eat seafood that is good for you and the oceans with Green Fish Blue Oceans podcast.
 
Welcome to Fist Full of Dirt, the official podcast of Mossy Oak Properties hosted by Ronnie "Cuz" Strickland. Whether you own a small farm, lease land or just love hangin' in your backyard.. we’re all about the outdoor lifestyle and how to get the most from your time in God’s great Outdoors.
 
Join me, John B. Fletcher, a Counselling Therapist and avid fly fisherman as we go fishing for mental health. I will be interviewing prominent mental health figures across North America; for example, best-selling author and clinical psychologist, Dr. Jody Carrington; internationally renowned adolescent mental psychiatrist and Canadian Senator, Dr. Stan Kutcher; director of the Resilience Research Centre and Family Therapist expert, Dr. Michael Ungar, just to name a few. We will cover topics ...
 
Whitetail Landscapes focuses on enhancing whitetail deer hunting properties through design and management efforts. Jon Teater owns and operates Whitetail Landscapes and has established clients throughout the United States. Jon’s experience combined with reoccurring podcast guests will provide opportunities for those around the country to learn how to improve their hunting property.
 
Have you ever been curious about life on a farm? A family shares some of their Stories from the Farm - Real Adventures with cows, sheep, goats, donkeys, chickens, rabbits, dogs and one fat cat. Some days we'll go visit the Bison in the large sanctuary down the road. Other days we'll go to the lake and fish, or read a book on the pontoon and take a nap in the sunshine. Follow along to enjoy these experiences with Yvette on her farm! Support this podcast with a small donation: https://anchor.f ...
 
Each week we bring you a new, in-depth exploration of the space where science and society collide. We’re committed to the idea that making an effort to understand the world around you though science and critical thinking can benefit everyone—and lead to better decisions. We want to find out what’s true, what’s left to discover, and why it all matters.
 
We are introducing Slovenia’s most attractive tourist offers for visitors from abroad. In general, foreign visitors are mostly drawn to the most famous places, like the Lake Bled resort, Ljubljana castle, Postojna cave, the coastal town of Piran etc. But the project Slovenia’s hidden gems aims to remind our audiences of the many other excellent locations and experiences that are also a must, in order to get a deeper feel of the country’s rich traditions, including cuisine, culture and other ...
 
Hosted by award-winning broadcasters Matt Mittan and Michele Scheve, the "Matt and Michele Outdoors" Radio Show is where you can hear stories and get tips, info and ideas about fishing, boating, hiking and camping and more in the Southern Appalachian Mountains and Foothills. You can also learn about - and learn from - leaders within the outdoor and nature related economy. Matt and Michele are based out of Asheville, NC.
 
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A wild officer-involved shooting and collision-ended chase in Eureka somehow resulted in no major injuries, drama ensued after a social media influencer filmed himself trying to help a Eureka panhandler, a spy camera was found in the women’s bathroom at the Fortuna Rodeo, a community garden sign in Arcata was vandalized in a way that appears to be …
 
Growing With Fishes Podcast. A podcast dedicated to growing aquaponic & cannabis and spreading information to the masses about sustainable plant production!Rob BobIG: @bits_out_the_back @Rob Bob's Aquaponics & Backyard Farm https://robbobaquaponics.retrieve.com/store/#/general/backyard-aquaponics-for-beginnershttps://www.bitsouttheback.com/https://…
 
In a conversation with Matt Galloway from last year: Corey Mintz has spent much of his life in restaurants — as a cook, as a food critic and as a diner. Now, he’s taking a critical look at them as an author. In his book The Next Supper: The End of Restaurants as We Knew Them, and What Comes After, Mintz looks at why restaurants as we know them are …
 
The chair of Hockey Canada’s board of directors resigned over the weekend, amid controversy that’s been swirling around the organization. In late July, officials were grilled in the House of Commons on how they've handled sexual assault and abuse allegations. And for weeks, there have been calls for change within the sport, and within the governing…
 
Join SeafoodNews Managing Editor Amanda Buckle and Lorin Castiglione for a new episode of the SeafoodNews Podcast. This week we talk about the latest salmon figures out of Alaska and the Norton Sound red king crab fishery. Plus, learn about the Kingfish Company and its Kingfish Zeeland facility becoming the first in Europe to complete the pilot of …
 
Growing With Fishes Podcast. A podcast dedicated to growing aquaponic & cannabis and spreading information to the masses about sustainable plant production!Ava Arvest IG: @myco_uprrhizalMyceliate The Festival ~ August 19 - 22nd Wilkeson, WashingtonIG: @myceliate_thefestAquaponic Cannabis Conference 2022 Applicationhttps://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/…
 
Trouble was not so much brewing as fermenting on the eastern Cape frontier as we heard last episode. The British were aware that Ndlambe and his wardoctor, Nxele, had gathered troops ready to invade the Albany region, the Zuurveld, and Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Wilshire, or Tiger Tom as he was known, had been dispatched from the Cape with reinforce…
 
KJ Kearney, founder of Black Food Fridays, works to recognize the contributions of his ancestors one day at a time. LA Times Food Editor Daniel Hernandez and chef Gabriela Camara remember Mexican food and culture icon Diana Kennedy. Spirits writer Camper English tells the tale of booze as a cure-all throughout history. Joe Egender and Maciel Bañale…
 
A local tree – the world’s tallest – is prompting fines and jail time for trampling, the airport is working to entice Seattle or Portland as a direct destination, the state’s largest fire this year is just northeast of us, concerns of bias surround the purchase of our NBC and CBS affiliates, ‘Savior Mountain’: A fire in Alderpoint was stopped befor…
 
What’s Inside A Sudden, Second Chance At A Climate Bill Last week, climate activists received a surprise gift from Democratic Senators Chuck Schumer and Joe Manchin. It turns out they had been in secret negotiations to put out a spending package that might tackle some of the same climate mitigation projects as last year’s failed Build Back Better i…
 
White House Declares Monkeypox Outbreak A Public Health Emergency The Biden administration declared the monkeypox outbreak a public health emergency on Thursday. Earlier in the week the White House appointed Robert Fenton, regional administrator at FEMA to direct the federal government’s response to the monkeypox outbreak, along with a deputy direc…
 
Welcome to 2nd Amendment Radio & the Great Outdoors with Marc Cox & Bo Matthews – as always we are produced by Carl Middleman (Pew Pew)! Aidan Johnston, a Missouri native & Director of Federal Affairs for Gun Owners of America discusses the frequency of defensive gun uses like we saw last week in St. Charles, how the anti-gun crowd always sweeps th…
 
Coming up today: Morgan explores a plan to tackle deadly heatwaves through afternoon naps, and Grace investigates the technology hoping to tap into your brain The stories we walked about this week: The Age of Brain-Computer Interfaces Is on the Horizon https://www.wired.com/story/synchron-brain-computer-interface/ How Siestas Might Help Europe Surv…
 
Rob Green is a conservation journalist and photographer from Montana, and in a recent contribution to Modern Huntsman volume 9, he wrote extensively about the current conflict with grizzly bears in the United States. From near extinction to the recovery of the species in an increasingly humanised landscape, the management of grizzly bears is one of…
 
Did you know that harvested rainwater can be used in arid regions of the world to support food-bearing shade trees, abundant gardens, and a thriving landscape that provides wildlife habitat, beauty, medicinal plants, and more? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Brad Lancaster, rainwater …
 
What has been happening to fertiliser and agrochemical prices? What price-direction factors should we keep an eye on? And what does availability look like over the next 12 months? Listen in as New York-based Farm Inputs Analyst Sam Taylor speaks with Sydney-based Agricultural Analyst Dennis Voznesenski.…
 
Hospital workers in Ontario say an acute staffing shortage is causing a crisis in an already overburdened health-care system. Guest host Peter Armstrong discusses the problems — and elusive solutions — with Cathryn Hoy, president of the Ontario Nurses Association; and Kevin Smith, president and CEO of University Health Network.…
 
Violent protests erupted in the Democratic Republic of Congo last week — people there feel the United Nations has failed in its peacekeeping mission, as its decades-long instability drags on. We discuss the country’s humanitarian crisis with Nelleke van de Walle from the International Crisis Group; Amavi Akpamagbo, the director of Save the Children…
 
On today's episode of the Buck Junkies Podcast, Mikey gives a big update about plans moving forward at the farm (01:05), and how they'll be testing some new clover plots for the next season (07:10). What ATVs are the best for riding out to the stand (12:46)? THIS is how you put the ALL-TERRAIN in ATV (14:10). The guys discuss various ways to upgrad…
 
A panel of experts discuss grouse prospects for the 2022 season, plus the political threats facing grouseshooting. They are Mark Osborne from William Powell Sporting, Andrew Fallows from Carter Jonas and Adrian Blackmore from the Countryside Alliance. For more ways to listen to this, visit Fcha.nl/fieldsportschannelpodcast64…
 
Chris Horne from GunsOnPegs presents the findings of the GunsOnPegs Game Shooting Census 2022/23. It’s going to be a tough year for gameshooting in the UK, with bird flu hitting bird imports, and hard on the heels of two years of lost bookings because of covid. Chris explains the numbers to Charlie. For more ways to listen to this, visit Fcha.nl/fi…
 
There are 30,000 legal gun-owners in London. Chris Downs, head of SCO 19 at the Met, and Daryn Hufton-Rees from Medcert, which provides medical certificates to shooters who need them for shotgun and firearm certificates, explain to Charlie what’s going on with firearms licensing in the capital. For more ways to listen to this, visit Fcha.nl/fieldsp…
 
Shadow food, farming and fisheries minister and Labour MP for Cambridge Daniel Zeichner makes the case for a Labour government running the countryside and being a force for good for countrysports. It’s an uphill task. He won’t repeal Tony Blair’s foxhunting ban but he says he and his Labour colleagues are happy to work with countryside organisation…
 
Nigel Farage may be passionate about Europe but he is fundamentalist about bluefin tuna fishing. He says that, thanks to Brexit, the UK is able to develop its own bluefin sport fishing business. He explains the thrill of catching Britain’s most significant big game fish, which you can now do in a limited number of boats out of Cornish ports, fishin…
 
In this episode, Jeremy, Wade, and Nick chat it up with Mr. Consistent himself, Paul Everill. Paul won the Bluegrass Kayak Anglers "Small Lakes" event, putting up a 96.50" limit! We get to hear all about it as Paul breaks down his day, his bait of choice, and how staying focused can truly pay off on the days where the bite is extremely tough! Tune …
 
How is Nancy Pelosi’s trip to Taiwan being received by the people there — and will it inflame tensions with China, even making a confrontation more likely? Guest host Peter Armstrong talks to Wen-Ti Sung, a lecturer in the Australian National University Taiwan Studies Programme; and Lynette Ong, a professor of political science at the University of…
 
Colorado Cafe Sci (starts 1:00) happens tonight, in Denver. cc Wikimedia Alcohol and Alcoholism Recent News (starts 2:49) We look at recent science about alcohol consumption, including a study that indicates as little as 3 glasses of wine a week is associated with buildups of iron in the brain — a risk factor for brain disease, increased binge drin…
 
Welcome to 2nd Amendment Radio & the Great Outdoors with Marc Cox & Bo Matthews – as always we are produced by Carl Middleman (Pew Pew)! This week the boys talk to Chris Sajnog, a Master Training Specialist in the Navy and was hand-selected to write the US Navy SEAL Sniper Manual. His website is https://www.chrissajnog.com/ use code: Support2A…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Jake Ehlinger (Habitat Solutions 360) discuss the matching hunting strategy and habitat. Jake discusses some of his latest techniques to reduce browse pressure on food plots. Jake discusses deer numbers across the country and on his own personal property and how he manages this issue. Jake deta…
 
Bruce Springsteen fans are facing exorbitant, fluctuating prices for his new tour — all thanks to a system known as dynamic pricing. Guest host Peter Armstrong discusses how it works and how to protect consumers with Bonnie Stiernberg, the managing editor at Inside Hook; and lawyer Sam Weinstein, an associate professor of law at Yeshiva University.…
 
Myanmar's military regime has executed four pro-democracy activists, and dozens more could face a similar fate. We discuss the executions and calls for the international community to act with Shoon Naing, a senior correspondent for Reuters Myanmar; and Damien Kingsbury, emeritus professor at the Deakin University in Australia.…
 
The Earth's forests are at risk from climate change, but conservationists have not given up hope. Guest host Anthony Germain discusses efforts to save endangered trees from extinction with Wesley Knapp, chief botanist at the biodiversity conservation NGO Nature Serve; and Alessandro Cescatti, co-author of a recent study published in Nature that loo…
 
In his book Chasing History: A Kid in the Newsroom, legendary journalist Carl Bernstein takes us back to his days as a 16-year-old copy boy in a Washington newsroom. We listen back to our conversation from February, where he tells us about his love of newspapers, what he learned from writing obituaries, and going to work on the day John F. Kennedy …
 
I would like to extend my gratitude and thanks to the listeners and the guests. I really enjoy talking to the amazing guests I have on and learning from them, as well as recording some solo sessions. This has been an incredible learning journey for me, and I hope you have learned a few things as well. Finally, I am taking the month of August off fo…
 
Join SeafoodNews Managing Editor Amanda Buckle and Urner Barry Seafood Market Reporter Lorin Castiglione for a new episode of the SeafoodNews Podcast! This week we take a look at what's going on at retail; the USDA's approval of a $52 million purchase of Pacific Northwest seafood products; NPD Group's latest report on restaurant visits; Shiok Meats…
 
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