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The mission of PLANTSTRONG is to further the advancement of all things within the plant-based movement. We advocate for the scientifically proven benefits of plant-based living and envision a world that universally understands, promotes, and prescribes plants as the solution to empowering your health, enhancing your performance, and restoring the environment. We welcome and support you wherever you are on your PLANTSTRONG journey and we hope you enjoy the show.
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#RealisticRegenAg | Climate Smart Agriculture for Farmers & Agribusiness. Every week I'll cover regenerative agriculture news, regenerative agronomy tips, books I think you should read, or updates on my services and funding opportunities.
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Certified Plant-Based nutritionist Ryan Furman discusses the information you want to know about eating a plant-based diet. He's taking your questions now via email (Ryan@MainlyPlants.com) and through social media (@MainlyPlants).
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The podcast for people who love plants—but not always the same ones. Brought to you by the editors of Fine Gardening, this fun, informative podcast tackles all things topical in gardening. You’ll listen to the insights (and arguments) of Editor-in-Chief Steve Aitken and Senior Editor Danielle Sherry as they discuss various horticultural subjects on a deeper level. You will also hear from today’s leading horticultural minds who will offer their wisdom and opinions about what you might want to ...
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Growing Joy with Plants - Wellness Rooted in Nature

Maria Failla- Happy Plant Lady and Author of Growing Joy: The Plant Lover's Guide to Cultivating Happiness

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Looking for free, natural ways to decrease stress and increase joy and calm in your life? The answer might be simpler than you think: houseplants, gardening and nature. On the Growing Joy with Plants Podcast, learn alongside Happy Plant Lady, Maria Failla to care for plants, engage with nature, and use them to manage your overwhelm, anxiety and experience happiness and calm you thought was only available on vacation. Plant care is self care. Come grow some joy with us. Follow along on social ...
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Dive into the world of botanical wisdom with our Los Angeles based podcast, where we unearth the secrets of ethnobotany, gardening mastery and the transformative power of self-improvement. Prepare to explore the profound phenomenon of plant therapy. Each episode is a journey through the landscape of human connection to the botanical realm, where guests from all walks of life bear witness to the profound impact of plants on their journey to wellness. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.s ...
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Welcome to Plantscendence, a new podcast hosted by filmmaker Jon Reiss. Join us on a transformative journey as we explore the world of plant medicine and its profound impact on healing, personal growth, and artistic expression. Within each episode, Jon engages in insightful conversations with a diverse array of experts, practitioners, artists, grief counselors and everyday people who have harnessed the power of plant medicine to heal trauma, navigate loss, unlock creativity, and become more ...
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“Plants of the Gods: Hallucinogens, Healing, Culture and Conservation” is a new and unique podcast focusing on the hallucinogenic plants and fungi whose impact on world culture and religion – and healing potential - is only now beginning to be appreciated as never before. Unlike other podcasts relating to these issues, “Plants of the Gods” is hosted by renowned ethnobotanist Dr. Mark Plotkin, a Harvard and Yale-trained scientist who has been studying the healing plants and shamans of the Ama ...
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Plants & Policies Podcast

Canadians for Responsible Food Policy

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This podcast is aimed at bringing the public important research findings and news surrounding the Canadian food system, specifically, the plant-based food system and policies surrounding the subject. Joined by Canadians for Responsible Food Policy’s Managing Director, Ina Toncescu and Researcher and Graduate Student, Maddie Youngman. We will be hosting various guests occasionally, who are working towards the same goals of a just transition to a plant-based food system in Canada.
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PlantStance

BrandFirst & Sprouted Ventures

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PlantStance is an exciting podcast collaboration between BrandFirst and Sprouted Ventures, as we team up to share our branding and go-to-market strategy insights into the plant-based and food-tech industry.
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Calling all overweight plant based women! This is a podcast for FRUSTRATED vegan gal's who can’t shift the fat, all while eating a healthy vegan diet! (Yes we exist.) Weight loss doesn’t have to be a mystery, but with all the pseudo science and outright quackery online it’s hard to understand the true WHY and HOW. I’m Chelsea Cullen and I’ve lost 18kg (nearly 40 pounds) as a vegan ONCE I understood the science of weight loss, which has nothing to do with counting calories or celery juice by ...
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Plants VS Meat

Real Men Eat Plants

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Plants Vs. Meat is a groundbreaking podcast that dives into the heart of one of today's most passionate debates: veganism versus an omnivore diet. Hosted by Bryan Dennstedt, a fervent advocate for plant-based living and the visionary behind the Real Men Eat Plants network, this show brings a unique and engaging approach to discussing dietary choices. Far from the contentious battles you might expect, Plants Vs. Meat is a platform for friendly, informative debates that shine a light on the my ...
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Learning the binomial nomenclature (scientific names) of biota is a fascinating way to glean insight into the natural world. Though daunting at first, they can become familiar and accessible with the help of melody and context. This podcast will present tunes where the scientific names of species comprise the lyrical content. Episodes will describe habitats, growing conditions, nutritional information, and locate species within their taxonomic hierarchy. Historical significance, interviews a ...
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In support of growing milkweed plants I am sharing the value that native milkweed has for monarch butterflies. Your host, Brad Grimm, created a website dedicated to education about milkweed. Visit GrowMilkweedPlants.com Get started taking action to find and grow milkweed. I'll warn you in advance, you may fall in love with this plant. The podcast dedicated to all things milkweed. Topics include Asclepias, Monarch butterflies, milkweed, gardening and pollinators.
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Breathe in nature and breathe out stress. The Pause with Plants podcast connects listeners to nature and provides a path to naturally release stress. @PausewithPlants @Ihavethisthingwithurbanjungles
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“Plants of the Gods: Hallucinogens, Healing, Culture and Conservation” is a new and unique podcast focusing on the hallucinogenic plants and fungi whose impact on world culture and religion – and healing potential - is only now beginning to be appreciated as never before. Unlike other podcasts relating to these issues, “Plants of the Gods” is hosted by renowned ethnobotanist Dr. Mark Plotkin, a Harvard and Yale-trained scientist who has been studying the healing plants and shamans of the Ama ...
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Welcome to Among the plants! As we sit in our home with 90 plus plants, we discuss topics ranging from the Bible, current events, social issue, viral sensations, etc. Join us as we bring a fresh perspective to the issues facing us today. Cover art photo provided by Nahil Naseer on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@nahilnaseer
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We Dig Plants

Heritage Radio Network

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We Dig Plants® brings the Culture to Horticulture. Examining our human interaction with plants via authors, industry professionals, historians, plants people, cooks, gardeners & artists and combining our 20 plus years of designing gardens, we delve into the magic, power and influence of plants within a global context and share that charm with international listeners.
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Plants, People, Science

American Society for Horticultural Science (ASHS)

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Horticultural science is the only discipline that incorporates both the science and aesthetics of plants. It is the science and art of producing edible fruits, vegetables, flowers, herbs, and ornamental plants, improving and commercializing them. Plants, People, Science, a podcast by the American Society for Horticultural Science (ASHS), will bring you the recent advancements in science, technology, innovation, development, and education for economically important horticultural crops and pla ...
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Inspirational stories, uplifting vibes, wellbeing tips and advice to help you find your magic through the power of plants. Ellen Mary interviews exceptional guests and chats about her own take on living the life you desire. ​ From forest bathing to crystal healing and mindful gardening to meditation, find your magic and make it happen. Find out more about our wellbeing retreats, wellness coaching and corporate wellbeing at: www.peopleplantswellbeing.com
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Welcome to Real Men Eat Plants, the definitive podcast for men venturing into the vibrant world of plant-based living and the women who support them. Hosted by Bryan Dennstedt, founder of Real People Eat Plants, this groundbreaking show challenges the traditional notions of masculinity and diet, proving that strength, health, and vitality can thrive on a plant-based foundation. Whether you're a man curious about vegan living, seeking to enhance your health and fitness, or a woman desiring to ...
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Fancy Plants Podcast

Cris, Sue and Amanda

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Join plant enthusiasts Cris, Sue and Amanda as they converse about plants with some digressive chatter sprinkled in. The ladies share their experiences being plant enthusiasts, and include topics about plant care, procurement, histories, and more. Fair warning: pronunciation isn't always our strong suit.
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AQUAPONICS STRAIGHT TO YOU! FISH GROW PLANTS BRINGS YOU INFORMATION, INTERVIEWS, AND ALL THINGS AQUAPONIC RELATED IN AN EASY TO LISTEN FORMAT. PRACTICING AND SHARING THE LOVE OF AQUAPONICS IS WHAT WE ARE ALL ABOUT.
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Welcome to the Wise Plants podcast, a little place in cyberspace to discuss, explore and share ideas about the wise plants. Have you found your plant ally yet? Salvia Divinorum / Kratom / Amanita Muscaria / Valerian / Kava / Ayahuasca / Peyote / Tobacoo / San Pedro / Coffee / Yopo / Chamomile / Iboga / Ololiouqui - Ipomea - Morning Glory / Hawaiian Baby / Kanna / Wild Dagga / Sacred Lotus / Cannabis / Sinicuichi / Datura / Belladonna
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Season 2: Don't Feed the Plants A limited series discussing the movie musical Little Shop of Horrors, one song per episode with media scholars, performers and fans Season 1: Dazed and Confused 33.3 Discussing Dazed and Confused one needle drop at a time, with a cool new guest every week
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Bons Plants

Binge Audio / Upian

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À la rencontre des acteur·trice·s de la conquête végétale de la ville, des professionnel·le·s et passionné·e·s. Disponible un mercredi sur deux avec sa newsletter, Bons plants est un podcast sur l'agriculture en ville animé par Thibaut Schepman et coproduit par Binge Audio et Upian. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
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We’re back with another podcast episode of our “Why Vegan” series, newly revamped and updated, exploring the reasons why making more vegan choices, and of course going vegan, can have such a positive impact in the world we live in. In this series on the benefits of eating a vegan diet we've covered the impact on our health, the environment and fina…
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How did an oatmeal mishap turn into a vegan sensation? In this insightful episode of Plants vs. Meat, Bryan engages with Ernest Swindell, co-founder of Xcel, to discuss the creation and philosophy behind their acclaimed vegan nutrition bars. Ernest shares the serendipitous origin of Xcel's meal bars, emphasizing their commitment to plant-based, glu…
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If you're a houseplant lover like me, chances are you already have a philodendron or two in your collection. These awesome tropical plants are some of the most popular and beloved houseplants for good reason—they come in tons of different shapes, colors and sizes, and they're relatively easy to care for too! In this episode, I'm going to give you t…
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Carleigh Bodrug, founder of PlantYou and author of the New York Times bestselling PlantYou, talks about how to create easy kitchen systems, meal prep and reduce food waste! We talked about making prepping easy, learning to cook, experimenting in the kitchen and finding quick and easy ways to meal prep that work for even the busiest people. What I l…
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I have said it before, and I will say it again: plants ARE habitat. Nowhere is this fact more apparent than in the field of wildlife ecology. From food to shelter, one simply can't understand the innerworkings of nature without understanding plants. Join me and Wildlife Ecologist Dr. Chris Moorman as we look at why plants are so important to conser…
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Did you get a chance to see Peter Donegan's phenomenal garden design A Moment In Time at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show (MIFGS) this year? We spoke about it in Ep.181 A Daydream Supported By A Series of Equations, but I wanted to touch in after the event finished to get his perspective on how everything went, and if he actually …
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Jay Sifford is an award-winning landscape designer based in North Carolina. Several of his garden designs have been featured in Fine Gardening, including a one-of-a-kind modern meadow garden and a series of beautiful, functional dry creek beds. Jay’s immersive, naturalistic landscape designs are based around four cornerstones: art, magic, story, an…
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After almost a century of conditioning from the animal agriculture industry...we have an uphill battle to educate Canadians about the importance of eating plant-based and also decondition them from the propaganda that has been and continues to be fed to the public. Many accounts in Canadians doctors' offices of cow's dairy advertisements and pamphl…
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Welcome to another episode of the Real Men Eat Plants pod! In this captivating episode, the Real Men discuss Shane's new book, 'Baking Vegan Bread at Home,' and the excitement of becoming grandparents. They also explore the connection between diet and sleep, highlighting the importance of cortisol levels and the role of ashwagandha and carbohydrate…
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Step into an insightful conversation with fellow earthling and compassionate soul, Michael of @no_bodie. As an avid gardener, cactus collector, and beacon of positivity, Michael brings a unique perspective to our discussion on society, mental health, addiction, psychedelic therapy, and the transformative power of gardening. Together, we delve into …
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#RealisticRegenAg | Surviving another drought means making our plants the most water efficient we can. While some of the things can be done immediately, most of the things require a long-term plan. I’ve heard it said the best time to plan for a drought is when the last one breaks. We might be on the cusp of this one breaking with the recent snowfal…
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Doris La Frenais’ riveting account of her psychedelic adventures from the 1960s to today. This week, we delve into the remarkable life of Doris La Frenais, a Parisian fashion designer turned spiritual seeker and sonic science somatic healer. Doris recounts her first psychedelic encounter in the 1970s, mistakenly ingesting angel dust at a party in L…
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Dr. Joel Fuhrman, a pioneer in plant-based nutrition, discusses the power of nutrition in preventing diseases and promoting overall health. Since his first book in 1996, Dr. Joel Fuhrman has been teaching people how to Eat to Live with his Nutritarian approach to eating. Today, Rip and Dr. Fuhrman focus their conversation around his most recent boo…
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The goal isn’t to do easy things! We’re doing that now. The goal is to become the kind of person where hard things are easy things for YOU. The power of successful people is they know where to tweak things to make them FEEL easier, more satisfying, more fun, or slip into those behaviours better than other people. Unsuccessful people think things SH…
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Healing and ancestral knowledge and healing through Iboga. Chor Boogie, a renowned spray paint artist and ordained Nganga in the Bwiti tradition, joins us on this episode of Plantscendence to talk about his work as an iboga healer in Costa Rica, and the sinuous path that got him there. Chor reflects humorously on his early psychedelic experiences, …
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Dr. Michelle Loy is a nationally recognized physician with board certifications in Integrative Medicine, Lifestyle Medicine, Medical Acupuncture, and Pediatrics. In her practice, Dr. Loy focuses on the whole person and uses evidence-based therapies from both modern medicine and time-tested traditional modalities including plant-forward culinary nut…
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If you interact with the houseplant community online at all, you've definitely felt the impact of The Sill on our plant niche. I honestly can't believe that it took me a whopping 230 episodes to finally have Eliza Blank, founder of The Sill, grace the Growing Joy with Plants podcast! Her female founder story of recognizing a need for a houseplant b…
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Competition for nutrients is a major driver of plant evolution, especially in nutrient-poor soils. As such, plants have evolved myriad ways of getting a "root up" on the competition. Dr. Jim Dalling joins us to discuss two recent discoveries related to two species with distinct and incredible root adaptations aimed at maximizing nutrient capture in…
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The Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show has wrapped for another year! In this episode, I interview the designers behind three show garden highlights from this year's Show. We'll get to hear the inspiration behind the story and message behind each of their gardens, and we'll chat about their creative choices with materials and plant palette…
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On the latest episode, we talked about our experiences at events, including the latest PlantedExpo Toronto that we hosted a booth at, Maddie's student-led conference. We talked about our experiences with access to plant-based foods and what it's like going to events that are supposed to be honouring sustainability!…
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Can Ketamine be the ultimate antidepressant? Acclaimed actor and musician Gina Gershon joins us on Plantscendence to talk about her seven-year journey with ketamine therapy. She shares candidly about her lifelong struggle with depression, her many failed attempts at treating it with prescription medication, and the transformative impact that ketami…
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We all know that eating more plants is incredibly powerful not only our health, but the planet. A shocking 30 to 40 percent of the entire United States' food supply ends up in landfills, much of which stems from household waste. As you may have guessed, food waste is not a great thing for our environmental impact and, obviously, our wallets. That’s…
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From raw vegan and meal replacement shakes to now cooking up delicious, weight loss recipes for her 140k followers on Instagram, to say Ami has had a wild transformation is an understatement. Buckle up for some serious weight loss wisdom and inspiration from one of the most down to earth and ‘real’ humans out there. Also check out some of Ami’s ama…
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Climate change is real, plant friends—and it’s impacting our world too fast! Because of that, it’s becoming extremely important for us plant parents/gardeners to adapt our practices to ensure our gardens can withstand the challenges that lie ahead. In fact, it’s already impacting our gardens in SO many ways—from unpredictable weather to increased p…
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The Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show has wrapped for another year! Each year, we like to interview some of the garden designers to get an insight into what ideas, philosophies, trends, and plants are floating in the cultural zeitgeist. Friend of the show, Dr Ian Smith interviews some of the Boutique, Achievable and Border garden designe…
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The Appalachian region may not readily seem like a fire-prone region, but parts of it certainly are. Fire can be an important tool in sustaining biodiversity, but modern understanding of its role is limited. That is why people like Dr. Don Hagan study the effects of prescribed fire in the Appalachian Mountains and beyond. Join me and Dr. Hagan as w…
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As you know, we’ve started a brand new series in the podcast titled the “Why Vegan” Series, a newly revamped, re-recorded and updated version of our most beloved and downloaded series in the podcast. Through these episodes we’re going to share those big reasons why more and more people are deciding to move towards a more plant-based way of eating a…
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One of the worst sights you can ever see in the garden is a plant that has been browsed by deer. (Sidenote: we don't love the gentle word “browsed” in this instance. A more appropriate term might be “obliterated.”) If the munching is particularly bad, that perennial, tree, or shrub becomes unrecognizable. And in many cases, this can mean instant de…
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In the latest Plants & Policies podcast episode, we dove into Animal Agriculture's interaction with water -- use, pollution and more. We explored how much water it takes to produce animal protein versus plant protein. We also dove into how Indigenous communities are affected by lack of access to clean water and water pollution, overall. References …
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Sustainable weight loss is hard, which is why PLANTSTRONG is dedicated to helping others achieve optimal health and weight loss with the power of a whole foods, plant-based diet. We’re grateful to Dr. Neal Barnard and other pioneers for providing the research and evidence-based studies that validate our “food as medicine” approach to health. Today,…
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Host Jon Reiss opens up about his first ayahuasca experience with the ceremonialist who started him on his journey. In this episode of Plantscendence, we sit down with Sitaramaya Sita, the spiritual herbalist, pusangera, and plant wisdom practitioner who guided Jon’s very first entheogenic experience four years ago. Together they recount that initi…
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What are your plans this Spring Equinox? Spring equinox is like a special day when light and dark are balanced just right. As it draws closer, it comes with a reminder that nature has its own patterns that repeat over and over, and this particular event shows us that winter is ending and spring is starting… bringing new life and growth. Tuning into…
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We’re going to talk about mindset on this episode. Bia’s and worldviews that get you moving forward our keep you stuff. I'll dive deep in to how our default thought patterns and internal dialogue can sometimes be very negative, and how to change that for good. Change is possible, because even though we may not have control over the thoughts our bra…
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Wildfires are familiar to those living on Earth today, but what about in the past? How does one go about studying ancient wildfires through deep time? Some of the answers lie in coal deposits. Join me and Dr. Ian Glasspool as we explore how he studies wildfire events dating back hundreds of millions of years and marvel at the amazing stories his da…
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