Park Leaders connects the wisdom of Park Managers, leaders in the park system, and thought leaders of the business world with up and coming park leaders. This is the show for Park Rangers, Park Managers, and leaders who want to have an impact. Join host Jody Maberry as he talks to park leaders from all over the world.
Antelope Island is a Utah State Park located in Great Salt Lake. Each month we will dive into the diverse resources found at Antelope Island State Park.
Do you enjoy outdoor recreation, or want to learn more about Arizona’s outdoor scene? You know…Camping, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, wildlife and bird watching, and more! Join us every other Wednesday as we discuss adventure, beautiful places, and hidden treasures in Arizona’s state parks! Whether you’re a seasoned outdoor veteran or someone looking to get into outdoor recreation, there’s something in this podcast for you!
How far can a jumping spider jump? DOES a woodchuck chuck wood? What does a Park Ranger do all day? All these questions and any you may have will be answered through this podcast series! So come, join us, listen and write Ranger Crystal and Ranger Jess all your questions about park and other natural science careers
Daphne Woolsoncroft and Heath Merryman discuss haunting details of different disappearance and murder cases week by week. New episodes released every Tuesday and Friday afternoon at 2pm PST!
Two sisters sharing our camping stories, lack of expertise, and the real park backstories! We're trying to see every state park in the US with crazy goose energy and grackle audacity.
In Dear Bob and Sue, authors Matt and Karen Smith share stories of their travels to all of the U.S. National Park as well as other spectacular public lands. From adventures gone awry to memorable moments and Q&As from readers, get to know the couple behind the books and get inspired to go on some adventures of your own.
Ozark Highlands Radio is a weekly radio program that features live music and interviews, recorded at Ozark Folk Center State Park’s beautiful 1,000-seat auditorium in Mountain View, Arkansas. In addition to the music, our “Feature Host” segments take listeners on a musical journey with historians, authors, and personalities who explore the people, stories, and history of the Ozark region.
Welcome to Rocky Gap Park Quest 2018! Enjoy!
An improvised podcast about the least majestic state park in Colorado. STARRING: Alex Nichols Bonnie Gager Chris Gropp PRODUCED AND EDITED BY: Alex Nichols MUSIC BY: audionautix.com
Welcome to the Mobile Home Park Mastery Podcast where you will learn how to identify, evaluate, negotiate, perform due diligence on, finance, turn-around and operate mobile home parks! Your host is Frank Rolfe, the 5th largest mobile home park owner in the United State with his partner Dave Reynolds. Together, they also own and operate Mobile Home University, the leading educational website for both new and experienced mobile home park investors!
Andy will answer your questions submitted to AskAndy@x3cmllc.com Andrew Redleaf, founder of a multi-billion dollar Hedge Fund and author of "Panic: The betrayal of Capitalism by Wall Street and Washington". Celebrated by the New York Times and others for predicting the mortgage crisis long before the event. Ask Andy is sponsored by Park State Bank. Please visit www.ParkStateBank.com for all your banking needs. The audio was edited at AdRem Productions.
Offical podcast of The Center for Wooden Boats, located on South Lake Union in Seattle and on the shores of Camano Island within Cama Beach State Park. The Center has a 45+ year history as a Northwest maritime museum, bringing together wooden boat enthusiasts of all ages and experience levels.
Bringing you the best of West Virginia information. We cover the state with a fresh approach, helping you to understand the history, places to eat, things to do, and citizens of WV. Join James and Jerry on this fast growing podcast.
Series of audio programs showcasing Minnesota's State Parks. These podcasts also provide updates on seasonal events like fall colors and snow reports, as well as information about Minnesota's many state recreation areas, and state trails.
Sports and Music Entertainment and Politics and we drop a New Episode every day or ever other day. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kendall-parks/support
The Florida Travel Pod is a podcast to help Florida residents and visitors get the most out of the Sunshine State. Hosted by Christina Sawyer and Tonya Denmark from the Detail Oriented Traveler. Christina and Tonya are great friends, sharing their insights to great places to enjoy in Florida. From St Augustine to Sanibel Island, join us as we explore all the incredible things to do in Florida!
The Innovators Podcast was started in 2020 to highlight some of the incredible people in Ames, at Iowa State, and in the Research Park. Hosted by Research Park staff, the Podcast aims to share the stories of innovation and entrepreneurship that often go unseen in our communities.
Two guys who love Movies and Brews...Obviously
In the winter of 1960 three women were found brutally murdered in a cave at the Starved Rock State Park. After months of dead ends, a manhunt ensued that ultimately pinned the crime on a 21-year-old dishwasher at the Starved Rock State Park Lodge, Chester Weger. In spite of contradictory physical evidence and under immense pressure from the police, Chester confessed to the crime. He has spent the last 60 years in prison, maintaining his innocence to this day. Join Andy Hale, a civil rights a ...
Each week, we tell the story of what happens when individual people confront deeply held American ideals in their own lives. We're interested in the cultural and political contradictions that reveal who we are.
Southwest Michigan is rich in history, as the region contains the second wave of twelve counties organized in the State in 1829. The stories encapsulate pioneer triumphs and tragedy, amazing events and resilient, enterprising and passionate people. The region developed along the Territorial Roads, connecting the first land routes between Detroit and Chicago, which later brought with it the railroads and modern highways. Starting from the Battle Creek regional area, and branching out from the ...
Weird Places? We are there!
Three investigators - Shelly Pruitt, Ryan Roberts, & Blake Smith stay the night at some of the world's most haunted locations. From Yorktown Memorial Hospital & Olde Park Hotel, to West Virginia State Penitentiary & Waverly Hill Sanatorium, these three have tackled it all & captured compelling & mind-altering evidence. With over 15+ years of experience, they delve far into the research & lock in to battle with the spirits, when they decide to take over. That's not all... As paranormal junkie ...
You Are Not Here is a horror fiction podcast about the junior park rangers at Black Hill State Park in Wyoming. Join the eclectic bunch of workers as they discover the supernatural happenings at their workplace as they deal with being transferred to the fire-watch towers.
iNTO THE FRAY executes one-on-one conversations with top-rated investigators and experiencers in various fields...including Cryptozoology, the paranormal, UFOlogy, true crime, and all other manners of the supernatural. Join Shannon LeGro every Thursday at 7pm PST as she speaks to those with first-hand accounts of the strange, scary, and unexplained. intothefrayradio.com
Camp Floyd / Stagecoach Inn State Park and Museum presents this podcast as an audio tour of Camp Floyd! Learn more about the exciting history of Camp Floyd and the people who lived here! http://stateparks.utah.gov/parks/camp-floyd
Straightforward Disney World and Universal Orlando advice and information. Reduce the stress and fire up the fun for your theme park vacation.
With an influential audience of city mayors, urban planners and architects, this is Monocle’s guide to making better cities, be it new technology, state-of-the-art subways or compact apartments.
Welcome to The Garden State where we talk ALL THINGS JERSEY!
A Penn State Sports Blog
This podcast features interviews with a variety of people involved with the history, science, management and operations of Big Basin Redwoods State Park in California.
The Alternative Music Podcast. Join Sam and Marcos every week to talk about all the big news and releases in the alternative music scene! From artists like Bring Me The Horizon, Machine Gun Kelly, Paramore, Pvris and Twenty One Pilots, to Dance Gavin Dance, Beartooth, Falling In Reverse, Ice Nine Kills and more!
Podcast by Cleve Gaddis
Welcome to the Natural State Podcast Series from the Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism. Hosted by former Executive Director Kane Webb, this podcast provides an in-depth look at Arkansas’ thriving tourism industry and the people who make it successful. Note: this podcast is currently in hiatus indefinitely.
Geologist Devin Dennie walks around and talks about rocks and other fun stuff!
Fresh Cut Grass is a weekly podcast in which hosts Jeff Fowler and Tanner Delvalle, Commercial Horticulture Educators with Penn State University, discuss various turfgrass topics with industry professionals from around the US. Topics include all aspects of sports turf management, lawn care, parks, golf, and any other professional turf. Professionals from different segments of the turf industry will be featured as guests, and casual conversation about turf management and turf improvement will ...
From Legendary Producer Dick Wolf and Wolf Entertainment comes a new fiction series starring Corey Stoll (House of Cards, Ant-Man), Monica Raymund (Chicago Fire), and Reid Scott (Veep). When the body of a young volunteer is discovered in the middle of the California redwoods, two estranged ex-spouses, game warden Mark Ellis (Stoll) and city councilwoman (Raymund), must put their differences aside to learn the terrifying truth about what is happening in their state park. Executive Produced by ...
Interesting People and Stories
Howdy Y’all…just kidding! Welcome to our page. We are the Only in Oklahoma Show, where you can hear about travel and entertainment in the Great State of Oklahoma. Our sole purpose is to shine a light on some of the people, places and stories that make Oklahoma, more than just “OK”. In fact, Oklahoma is one of the most underrated travel destinations in the country even by some of the locals. Powered by award winning podcasters (2018 Podcast Award – Society and Culture), Harley C. and Brett Ma ...
Almost Yesterday is a glimpse into the rich history southeast Missouri. Dr. Frank Nickell takes listeners on a journey to specific moments in time. A gifted storyteller and local historian, Dr. Nickell’s wit and love for the past are combined with sounds and music that augment his narrative.
The millenials guide to camping in state parks!
Every story from Australian community radio's best source of independent news and current affairs
This show is for Mobile Home Park investors who ARE ON THE QUEST higher yields. If you're a savvy investor who is operating, buying and selling mobile home parks, this show is what you've been waiting for. Each episode is packed full of true tales and battle proven tactics from the trenches. With over a decade experience, your host MaxWELL Baker brings you an inside look at buying and selling mobile home communities like you've never seen before.
The Illinois Valley is an area in North Central Illinois surrounding Starved Rock State Park. We talk local news and local history with a touch of everything else mixed in. We also talk to a lot of interesting people. Since 2010, it is the longest running podcast in the Illinois Valley and Starved Rock area.
A podcast about everything American. Every two weeks we will discuss a place to visit, a cultural feature, and something from the news. With Julian Bishop & Michael Moran
Follow the sermons, music, lectures and conversations of Rabbis Elliot Cosgrove, Neil Zuckerman, and Ethan Witkovsky and Cantors Azi Schwartz, and Rachel Brook. Park Avenue Synagogue seeks to inspire, educate, and support our membership and listeners towards living passion-filled Jewish lives. Through spirited prayer, study, observance and acts of kindness we aspire to foster deep connections with each other, our Torah, our God, the people and State of Israel and our shared humanity. More in ...
Alex's strange experiences began in the 90's after a close sighting of a UFO at a cabin in Colorado. His subsequent encounters hint at many of the odd subjects we hear about being connected. If you love iNTO THE FRAY and want more content....join us over on Patreon! Get over 100 bonus episodes, physical rewards like stickers and signed books, watch…
To paddle down the Verde River even once is to fall in love with this beautiful waterway. It sustains life and provides endless outdoor recreation. Water is a rare and precious commodity here in the desert, and the Verde River shouldn't be taken for granted. That's why we invited Doug Von Gausig, Executive Director of the Verde River Institute, to …
The small village of Stevensville in Berrien County has a population of less than 1200 people. It was originally platted by a man named Thomas L. Stevens in 1870. He had purchased a large tract of acreage, and made an agreement with the Chicago and Went Michigan Lake Shore Railroad Company to allow them to lay a rail line through his land, and esta…
Visiting Central Florida? Here are some of our favorite State Parks in the area, and what you should know about them. You definitely should visit these when you're here visiting the theme parks. https://floridatravelpod.com/central-florida-state-parks/By Tonya Denmark & Christina Sawyer
In this segment, I have the Metro Atlanta Real Estate Update for the last 7 days, something you should know about Metro Atlanta is Sweetwater Creek State Park, and answer a listener question asking, "Is there still a window open to sell our home and take advantage of today's home price appreciation even with the fluctuation in interest rates?"…
“Is this Susie’s Mom?” “Yes it is.” “Well I’m the guy that took her from you.” This was the type of taunting phone call received by the mother of a young girl kidnapped at their Montana campsite. The search for her abductor led the FBI to a vicious serial killer, and began the process of creating psychological profiles in order to catch predators. …
At the heart of visitor safety and security in our Tennessee State Parks are the 250 commissioned Park Rangers. Our guest today, Shane Petty, has been the Chief Park Ranger for Tennessee for the past 25 years. He oversees the hiring and training of this talented group of people. Shane shares with us his career history and stories about his tenure i…
Lake Wister State Park – Wister, Oklahoma – onlyinokshow.comBy Harley Covington and Brett Manzer
On this episode James and Jerry look at a gem of a state park. They also interview Award winning Korean-American author Frances Park to find her connection to our state and more specifically "Babcock State Park". For more information on her current work and upcoming events visit Park Sisters. Support the show…
Do you camp like a pro? Today we are discussing Lake Wister State Park in Wister, Oklahoma. A gateway to the beautiful Ouachita National Forest, Lake Wister State Park in southeast Oklahoma offers five camping areas around the 115 miles of scenic shoreline. This outdoor haven offers park visitors a variety of activities including hiking, camping, b…
On this episode of the Park Leaders Show, guest co-host, Phil Gaines, returns to discuss his final experience at the State Park Leadership School. Started by the National Association of Park Directors in 2005, Phil unpacks his role with the school in finding instructors, inspiring attendance, and delivering content. Since each state has different g…
John Stewart Barry was elected the State of Michigan's 4th Governor in 1842, and served until 1846. He was again elected in 1850 where he became the 8th Governor. He is the only one in state history to serve three terms, and he is most noted for the expansion of the railroad, as well as the opening of the University of Michigan during his term. He …
Ranger Josh explains what a ranger does working for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service!!By Cohosts Rangers Jessica and Crystal
Yesterday, the coronial inquest into the deaths of Hannah Clarke and her children were released, finding domestic violence is a...By Eduardo Jordan
In Japan, shareholders are calling to multinational companies to be more transparent with their climate action targets to achieve a...By Eduardo Jordan
During the end of June, Australia celebrated Refugee Week to acknowledge the contributions refugees provide to our community. Since August...By Eduardo Jordan
The Gold Coast’s newest tourist attraction, the Wonder Reef, was officially opened in June, with an underwater ribbon cutting by...
Not only do festivals bring culture and fun to urban areas but they can also be the driving force behind regeneration – or even grow to define a city. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Monocle
Australia has the highest methylamphetamine consumption per capita compared with 24 other countries, according to a report by the Australian...By Calvin Lee
Today, the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care launched a National Sepsis Clinical Standard Care. The aim...
This week the first results of the Australian Census were released, giving a picture of how Australia looks like. The...By Eduardo Jordan
The Tarkine is one of Tasmania’s biggest areas recognised as World Heritage located in North West Tasmania. It is also...By Eduardo Jordan
In our Mailbag! episodes, we answer questions from listeners about the national parks, ranger-led tours, road trips, hiking, camping, backpacking, gear, relationships, and pretty much whatever anyone wants to ask us. In this episode, we cover these topics: · National Park Passport Stamp Book Where to buy your very own book Here’s a link to the Nati…
*Extremely Graphic Content* - Viewer discretion is advised. American serial killer, Jerry Brudos began his gruesome spree in the Summer of 1968. From a young age, Brudos showed signs of a fetish towards women's shoes and later ladies undergarments. His fetishes eventually grew into fantasies, and he was institutionalized due for his underlying hatr…
July Events in Oklahoma – onlyinokshow.comBy Harley Covington and Brett Manzer
Tanner and Jeff have three of the top professionals in the turf industry on the show this week. The conversation is centered around resodding in-season during the NFL football season. We discuss sod quality and working with sod growers to grow exactly what is needed to withstand the wear and tear that games and special events put on the field. Jeff…
Australian literary giant Frank Moorhouse died a few days ago at 83 years of age. He was known for his...By Roderick Chambers
The newly appointed Minister for the Republic has moved quickly to meet with representatives of both republican and monarchist campaign...By Rob Osborne
Despite abortion being decriminalized in all states and territories across Australia except in Western Australia, the provision of reproductive services...By Tahlia Kraefft
Today, Ghislaine Maxwell was handed down a 20 year sentence for her involvement in the sex trafficking that her partner...By Roderick Chambers
In July of 1996, a 31-year-old veterinarian was found dead in his Montana home. Although he was loved deeply by his family and friends, and had a passion for helping animals, he did had some enemies, one man in particular who claimed Bryan stole his girlfriend. But was he behind the killing, or was it someone else in their tiny rural town? This is …
It seems like Almost Yesterday that American, British, and Canadian military forces invaded Adolf Hitler’s “Fortress Europa,” initiating the campaign that brought an end to World War II in Europe.By Frank Nickell
Erastus Hussey was an early pioneer in Michigan, originally from the New York. He first came to Michigan in 1824, and settled in the Plymouth Township area. He eventually married, and had a child, and then moved to Battle Creek in September 1838. First he was in the shoe repair manufacturing business, and also owned a grocery store. He later owned …
As Americans fight over the controversial overturning of the Roe v Wade decision, there are concerns in Australia that its...By Andrew Herlinger
Over the past two weeks, the Australian Energy Market Operator has had control of the east coast energy market, after...By Andrew Herlinger
Jasmine Straga is a remarkable human doing remarkable things! When she heard that the World International Circus Federation had students...By Melanie Scott
65,000 aged care employees have left the Aged Care industry after the stresses of the pandemic, and with precious little...By Roderick Chambers
On this episode of the Park Leaders Show, Jon and Destry Jarvis join to discuss their book, "National Parks Forever: Fifty Years of Fighting and a Case for Independence". Resources www.parkleaders.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/theparkleaders/
Small towns like Lido Key are special with their food, fun, and stunning sunny beaches. Here are our thoughts on why this hidden gem needs to be discovered. https://floridatravelpod.com/lido-key-florida/By Tonya Denmark & Christina Sawyer
One of the best methods to approach maximizing the performance of a mobile home park investment is to refinance it and do a “cash-out”, which means a return of some or all of your initial capital. But many people fail to grasp the science behind this alternative, and the thresholds required to make it a reality. In this Mobile Home Park Mastery pod…
David Stevens stops off in one of London’s lesser-known public parks to visit an unassuming memorial with countless stories to tell. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Monocle
After years of dealing with COVID restrictions, NAIDOC week is coming up next week and Indigenous people across Australia are...By Roderick Chambers
The continually increasing cost of living has forced citizens to take to the streets all the way to South Australia’s...By Roderick Chambers
Varroa mites have been found in hives at a port in Newcastle, threatening the bee population of New South Wales....By Roderick Chambers
In this segment, I am joined by John Burchfield, AVP/Mortgage Consultant at Capital City Home Loans, to talk about how the rising costs of goods due to inflation and its correlation with interest rates and why an ARM (adjustable rate mortgage) should be a loan option to consider.By Cleve Gaddis
In this segment, I discuss an article from Atlanta Business Chronicle talking about 'Atlanta Scores the World Cup 2026 matches' and answer a listener question asking, "The word RECESSION is very scary to us. We bought our first home a few years after the crash of 2008 and are worried that we are in for a housing crisis. Is there anything we can do …
In this segment, I feature Townsend Creek in Suwanee in the Neighborhood Spotlight, and answer the listener questions asking, "OMG, we got our tax assessment in the mail and the value has increased so much that our mortgage payment will surely be going up drastically. What can we do?" and, "We have been saving for a down payment on our dream home b…