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The Land & Legacy podcast brings expert advice each week on everything from habitat management, hunting, and recreational land investments. We unpack real world scenarios that we experience through consulting across the country to help you become a more productive landowner and hunter. If you own land, this is the podcast for you!
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The Habitat Podcast is a podcast for land and wildlife habitat managers, and for hunters who learn and utilize different types of habitat in their hunting strategy. We interview hunters and habitat managers from across the country, picking their brain to learn their success's and failures. We are different in the fact that we are not the experts. This podcast is for us and the listeners to learn a thing or two, from the experts we analyze.
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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.
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Habitat University is a science-based podcast delivering the latest information on habitat management. This podcast is part of a larger podcast network: Natural Resources University. Funding for this project comes from the Renewable Resources Extension Act.
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The official deer management, food plot and habitat management podcast keeps you in the know on all of the latest strategies for managing private hunting properties. Interviews with the best of the best in deer science, research and habitat management. Jason R. Snavely and Co-host Tim Kocher fill you in on cutting edge information and techniques to better manage your property and maximize its deer hunting potential.
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The Modern Management Podcast dives into the world of those who manage wild things in wild places. From deer management to fisheries and everything in between, we look to cover all aspects dealing with modern land and wildlife management. Your host, Michael Embrey, is a Texas based Wildlife Biologist who currently works as a private consulting biologist. Hear from him as well as many of the top names in the industry.
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From soil health to mental health we are discussing the need for A BIG SHIFT in #faming and #agricultural systems. Each episode brings together insights from #farmers, scientists and industry to share and grow knowledge about holistic and regenerative farming practices. Produced by the @growloveproject with NSW Local Land Services, through funding from the Australian Government's National Landcare Program. We acknowledge the First People of this land throughout Australia and recognise their ...
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Welcome to the How to Hunt Turkeys Podcast. The goal of the H2HT podcast is to make you a better turkey hunter. If it’s your first year in the spring woods or you’ve been hunting turkeys for a few seasons, this podcast will help you become a better turkey hunter. Every episode we will dive deep into the minds of the finest turkeys hunters in the country. We will explore the gear, tactics, people and culture that surround Wild Turkey hunting. Not only will we learn from the wisdom only gained ...
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Highlighting hunters and wildlife, the Mossy Oak Gamekeepers podcast exists to improve your hunting, fishing and outdoor skills by delivering science based wildlife management practices plus hands on hunt/fish strategies and techniques. Our top notch guests will educate and entertain while we celebrate wildlife, discuss the latest research, detail hunting tactics, explore old legends and listen to some great stories. Managing wildlife and habitat can improve your time afield. Listening to th ...
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The goal of Rewilding Earth podcast is to highlight the work of the people involved in saving nature’s building blocks, whether they be intact wilderness or key corridors and buffers surrounding wilderness, as well as people invested in protecting and reintroducing extirpated species to these areas. You’ll hear from conservation biologists, activists, naturalists, organizers, artists, and authors as we interview key players in the fight to Rewild Planet Earth.
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Deer University

Dr. Bronson Strickland & Dr. Steve Demarais

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Deer University podcasts are all about deer biology and management. Drs. Bronson Strickland and Steve Demarais are both deer hunters, deer biologists, professors of wildlife management, and co-directors of the Mississippi State University Deer Lab. Steve and Bronson are so crazy about deer biology and management that they made it their career! Our goal is to explain how you can use deer research to improve your hunting and management experiences. Don’t take for granted what your buddy says o ...
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Centering around the topics of botany, taxonomy, native flora, ecological and the evolutionary traits of plants, this podcast is designed to bring attention to and broaden the botanical knowledge of it's audience. While we can't know everything, with this podcast I hope to spark ideas and curiosity of the audience to dig deeper into botanical realms. Primarily focused on the native flora of North American, and in particular, New England, the majority of the topics and botanical species discu ...
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In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discusses next level property design hunting and habitat concepts. Jon discusses ecologic function and concepts that will change your property. This podcast goes beyond cutting bedding areas, travel corridors, and food plots. Jon discusses the importance of catching energy resources on the landscap…
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Habitat Podcast #240 - In today’s episode of The Habitat Podcast, Jared sits down with the owner of singing hills deer camp Bill Friedrich. We get into the rich history of this family-owned hunting camp, spanning 613 acres and cherished by multiple generations. Bill shares experiences with food plots, habitat work, and the importance of effective d…
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https://glow.fm/drop-tine/ JOIN INNOVATORS NOW! glow.fm/drop-tine Join along as we introduce the Drop-Tine Innovators! Podcast, a NEW premium content, member-only podcast designed to be ad-free, on-demand & ONLY available to Drop-Tine Innovators! Become a member by going to glow.fm/drop-tine and signing up in a couple simple steps! Within 30 second…
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Technology has allowed us to have a wealth of information at our fingertips as well as “better” equipment to make a lot of our tasks easier than it once was. However, it doesn’t come without a cost. The cost varies from conflicting information to equipment that not many can repair.By Land & Legacy
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About Rachel Conn As Deputy Director of Amigos Bravos, Rachel advocates for strong and environmentally just local, state, and federal water policy. She provides hands-on support to New Mexico communities and groups working to protect their watersheds. She is a leader in the ongoing campaigns to hold Los Alamos National Lab accountable for pollution…
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Habitat Podcast #242 - In today’s episode of The Habitat Podcast, Jared sits down with friend of the podcast Todd Shippee. We get into adapting to drought and extreme temperatures, using sneaky tactics for deer hunting and improving deer management through habitat creation. We discuss: Temporary screens can be used to create immediate cover while w…
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What makes Sour Rot so challenging for wine grape growers is that it is a disease complex. Hans C. Walter-Peterson, Viticulture Extension Specialist, Finger Lakes Grape Program, Cornell Cooperative Extension explains that Sour Rot comes in late season after ripening. Yeasts get into the berries and ferment the sugar out in the vineyard. Bacteria fo…
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What is a deer signpost? In this episode Steve and Bronson visit with Dr. Karl Miller, the former professor and researcher of deer biology and management at the University of Georgia. Karl and his students and colleagues have studied white-tailed deer signposting behavior for decades and he shares key findings regarding the biology and ecology of t…
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Citizen Science has been around for a long time. It has allowed vast amounts of data to be collected and analysed within a relatively short period by getting members of the public to participate in scientific research. This research is invaluable as it helps to inform natural resource management, increase environmental protection and inform policy …
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With deer season now on the brain, we hit up one of our favorite mature buck nerds, Dr. Mike Chamberlain aka The Turkey Doc, for tips and tricks on improving the odds of harvesting mature bucks. Although Mike is widely known for his hands-on and scientific knowledge of all things Wild Turkey, he and his harem of hunting buddies and clients are luck…
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Will and Marcus characterize the available data on wildlife feeding across the South and discuss the implications for wild turkeys. Resources: SC 2006 AK 2011 FWC 2019 Land Ethic Dr. Marcus Lashley (@DrDisturbance) (Academic Profile) Dr. Will Gulsby (@dr_will_gulsby) (Academic Profile) Turkeys for Tomorrow (@turkeysfortomorrow) UF DEER Lab (@ufdeer…
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About Peter Alagona Peter is a professor of Environmental Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He’s an environmental historian, historian of science, conservation scientist, and nature-culture geographer. His work explores what happens when humans share space and resources (their habitats) with other species: how we interact with…
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In today’s episode we tackle unconventional methods we use to plant fall food plots based on weather conditions as well as the topic of conformation bias. It seems pretty common practice these days for folks to discount information and cherry pick what they want to hear. We can all be guilty of it from time to time, but how much does it influence o…
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Habitat Podcast #241 - In today’s episode of The Habitat Podcast, Jared and Brian sit down with friend of the podcast and fellow Michigan podcast host and now new business owner Kevin Vistisen of the Deer Hunter Podcast. We get into relocating for better hunting opportunities, hunting strategies for diverse landscapes, Kevin's new line of mock scra…
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After a casualty event, a forest landowner must make many difficult decisions. We discuss topics such as what to do immediately following a casualty event and proper steps to take as you move forward in the salvage process. For questions or comments, email us at timberuniversity@gmail.com Be sure to subscribe directly to Timber University and follo…
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What is a deer signpost? In this episode Steve and Bronson visit with Dr. Karl Miller, the former professor and researcher of deer biology and management at the University of Georgia. Karl and his students and colleagues have studied white-tailed deer signposting behavior for decades and he shares key findings regarding the biology and ecology of t…
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This week we welcome Mitt Wardlaw into the Gamekeeper Studio to talk about his expertise in applying row crop science to food plots. Mitt’s a smart guy who has lots of hands-on experience. We have a lively discussion on planting dates, cereal grains, annual and perennial clovers, myths around lime, the nutritional needs and timing of fertilizer app…
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In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes), Colin Koskinen (Legendary Habitat), and Brad Harper (Harper Growing Solutions) discuss the benefits of liquid products on food plots and why to switch from granular fertilizers. Colin explains the foliar and drenching sprays that Brad offers to increase plant productivity. Brad's products are well…
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Dr. Kelly Dunning, Associate Professor at Auburn University and Timberline Professor at the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources, joins Will and Marcus to discuss the complexities associated with conservation policy-making and how we can better integrate wild turkey research and political science moving forward. Listen to Part 1 of this…
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This podcast is going to hit home and right in the feels for a lot of listeners. As the hunting season opens up around the country, consider taking this podcast to heart. Remember "it is more important to know when not to hunt then when to hunt". This is a phrase we commonly share, it is critical to take this to heart. Hunting discipline is often l…
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Variety is the spice of life! It's crucial to keep this in mind when we look at monocrops like wine grape vineyards. The good news is, SIP Certified vineyards protect natural habitat and encourage biodiversity. Welcome to Marketing Tip Monday with SIP Certified. We know customers are looking for wines labeled as sustainable. While our longer-form e…
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If you want science-backed earth, water, biological, and mapping data about your land, look no further than the United States Geological Survey. Geoffrey Cromwell, Geologists at USGS at the California Water Science Center shares what this nonregulatory agency can do for growers and delves into two studies on California water basins. The USGS's miss…
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Wildlife corridors are essential for the survival of animals. They also provide additional benefits for both the environment and agricultural productivity. Unfortunately, habitat loss, fragmentation and degradation create immense challenges for animals as they struggle to reach food, water and shelter. But there are many things that landholders can…
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Livestock farming has been practiced for over 10,000 years, so understandably there are many different approaches, particularly when adapting to climate change. Climate change affects livestock production, both directly through heat stress and indirectly through effects on grassland and species distribution. Farmers are innovatively managing their …
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If you like to fish, you have probably caught Largemouth Bass and Smallmouth Bass, and maybe you have caught Spotted Bass. But if you are on a quest to catch all the Black Bass (Micropterus spp.), you have a long way to go. In this episode, Wes chats with Steve Sammons, a researcher from Auburn University who has worked with many of the bass specie…
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In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Colin Koskinen (Legendary Habitat) discuss Box Blinds and what Colin prefers to install on his client properties. Jon discusses his opinion on 360 hunting blinds and what he prefers. Colin and Jon discuss poor soils and what are the options for folks that want to change their food plots for the…
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This week we open our minds to the possibilities of improving our soils and more through “regenerative” food plots. Dr. Bronson Strickland and PHD grad student Luke Resop provide a deep dive into understanding the whole process. Luke is performing a 4-5 year comprehensive study comparing regen plots to those planted using conventional methods and h…
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Dr. Kelly Dunning, Associate Professor at Auburn University and Timberline Professor at the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources, joins Will and Marcus to discuss the complexities associated with conservation policy-making and how we can better integrate wild turkey research and political science moving forward. Part 2 of this episode r…
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On this BONUS episode we hear the story of the recently killed Mississippi State Record Alligator. The hunters Don Woods, Will Thomas, Tanner White and Joey Clark join us to tell the exciting story, and former MDWFP gator coordinator Ricky Flynt explains even more interesting details about prior interactions with the same individual. Imagine a 14 f…
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Habitat Podcast #239 - In today’s episode of The Habitat Podcast, Jared and brain welcome back repeat guest Jake Hofer. We get into the current state of the real estate market, strategies for buying within your means, predictions for potential buyers, the importance of taking action, finding reliable equipment operators and the benefits of using ce…
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It’s that time of year when our work starts shifting toward hunting preparations, but there is still a lot to do. Join us this week as we discuss things we have been involved with here in Arkansas and the great results we hope to see for the wildlife we love to pursue.By Land & Legacy
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During this BONUS episode we talk with world-class wingshooter Tony Rosetti to learn a few tips to help make us better shots and enjoy dove season even more. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just getting started, you’ll walk away with something useful from this one. Listen, Learn and Enjoy. If you enjoy the show, share it with a friend and leav…
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‘It takes thousands of years to form 1 centimeter of soil. Yet, it can be destroyed in almost no time at all.’ Dr. Cristiana Paşca Palmer’s words have never been more pertinent as we stare down the barrel of the climate crisis. In this final episode of the Nature-Based Solutions takeover, we explore how regenerative agriculture can bring our soil b…
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Land & Legacy consultants Allan Summerford and Brady Bradley discuss everything dove hunting. With season right around the corner they discuss management techniques they implement throughout the year that increase their odds of a successful dove hunt. Whether it be techniques strictly for dove or other management practices that inadvertently benefi…
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In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Eric Hansen (Just Hunt Club) discuss Box Blinds and why they are a primary consideration for hunters. Eric explains how he started with man-made box blinds and why he has changed to manufactured build blinds. Eric explains his style of hunting and the benefit of hunting blinds and how manufactu…
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During this podcast, we discuss the importance of the 3 year old age class for various goals in whitetail deer management. The focus of most deer hunters when pulling trail cameras is always on mature deer. They tend to take a quick glance at a decent 3-year old deer, but then keep on scrolling. This age class needs way more attention than that! We…
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Dr. Mike Byrne joins Marcus and Will to discuss the ongoing comprehensive private-land wild turkey research project in northern Missouri studying the effects of nest survival. They also cover important topics related to raccoon movements related to hen nesting and density dependence in turkey populations. Listen to Part 1 of this episode (here). Re…
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This week we welcome Drs. Dwayne Elmore and Bronson Strickland to school us all on aflatoxin. Aflatoxins are produced by a couple of species of fungi in the genus Aspergillus that can appear in a variety of situations, and when ingested can be harmful to the very birds and mammals we cherish. Our expert guests thoroughly explain aflatoxin, practice…
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97% of people start their search for a local business online (Linkedin, 2019). When someone looks up your business, what do they find? Are your images and videos up to date? Do you show what makes your brand special? Does your imagery convince searchers to pay you a visit? Welcome to Marketing Tip Monday with SIP Certified. We know customers are lo…
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Habitat Podcast #238 - In today’s episode of The Habitat Podcast, Jared sits back down with repeat guest Ryan Timiney. We get into managing drought and weed infestation in food plots, utilizing rye for crimping, setting up stand locations, using trail cameras for security and obtaining USDA grants for habitat improvement. We discuss: Ryan's attempt…
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With several free options available these days, a lot of folks wonder why they should have to pay a consultant to help them with a plan for their property. This week we tackle this question and discuss several instances we have encountered where hiring a consultant would have saved a lot of money, time and confusion; not only in the beginning but f…
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More than half of the world’s agricultural land is degraded and, according to the World Economic Forum, ‘within 50 years, there may not be enough soil left to feed the world’. But this doesn’t have to be the end of the story. In this episode of the Nature-Based Solutions takeover, we explore how regenerative agriculture can bring our soil back to l…
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We encourage landowners to create a vision for their farm. With that being said, this long term goal is something to strive for, but many people get caught up in the long term vision and forget to set realistic and achievable goals along the way to reach the vision. If we are being honest, many fall short of the vision due to poor planning and sett…
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In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Rocky Burrus (SA Farm Management Service) discuss Box Blinds and why they are a primary consideration for hunters. Rocky explains the benefits of box blinds and how it creates better opportunities to hunt with friends and family. Rocky discusses the box blinds setup and the insulation benefits.…
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Dr. Mike Byrne joins Marcus and Will to discuss the ongoing comprehensive private-land wild turkey research project in northern Missouri studying the effects of nest survival. They also cover important topics related to raccoon movements in relation to hen nesting and density dependence in turkey populations. Part 2 of this episode releases next Mo…
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This week we have a really interesting and hardcore gamekeeper named Andy Orlando, whose profession is “helicopter wrangler.” Andy works for a private firm contracted by various agencies to safely and ethically capture live animals such as pronghorns, elk, big horn sheep, mule deer, bears, and others via helicopter. From there he bails out of the c…
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Habitat Podcast #237 - In today’s episode of The Habitat Podcast, Jared sits back down with repeat guest Al Tomechko. We talk about different planting techniques, timing, and three new products available on their website. The hosts also explore the benefits and challenges of no-till drilling in Ohio's rugged hills. Additionally, we highlight two ne…
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About Chris Hawkins leads the Colorado Chapter of The Nature Conservancy’s (TNC) Cities program where he spends his time focusing on improving regional habitat connectivity and access to nature; creating a more equitable and climate resilient urban forest; and ensuring there is funding and support for helping the region achieve more sustainable out…
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