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Nature isn’t just “out there” in some pristine or far-off location. It’s all around us, including right outside our doors. Join us as we ignite our curiosity and natural wonder, explore our yards and communities, and improve our local pollinator and wildlife habitat.
 
Learning From and Working With Nature- Interviews, news, and commentary about ecology, permaculture, organic gardening, sustainability, green living, and ethnobotany. Since 2004, Sustainable World has interviewed experts from around the globe; experts who learn from and work with nature. Tune in to discover positive solutions to environmental challenges; solutions that adhere to the Permaculture Ethics of Earth Care, People Care, and Fair Share. Visit us at www.sustainableworldradio.com
 
Come along with horticulturist Daniel Fuller as we enter a hidden world of horticultural, ecological and landscape gardening knowledge with featured experts, industry professionals and enthusiasts. We inform and inspire you with weekly episodes to help you become an unstoppable plant whisperer.
 
This podcast broadcasts two shows that I host: Environmental Professionals and Nature’s Pulse. Environmental Professionals interviews ecologists and others in the environmental industry from all over the globe. Nature’s pulse is a weekly review of global environmental events to help keep you informed. Connect with me: instagram: jungle_capital twitter: jungle_capital linkedin: John Lieber
 
Washington's Department of Ecology was the first environmental agency to be established in the U.S., back in 1970. We're headquartered in Lacey, with regional offices across the state, and are tasked with protecting, preserving and enhancing our environment for current and future generations. Here, we post stories from our our environmental programs as well as expertise in scientific research, creative problem-solving, complex project management, and innovative partnerships.Learn more about ...
 
Water Environment: Lakes, Rivers, Oceans, Seas, Groundwater, Wells - Water Conservation, Water Sustainability, Water Preservation, Water Ecology, and other H2O Environmental IssuesContact info: Clean@h2opodcast.com or 206-984-3260; http://H2Opodcast.com
 
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Blaise Vinot is the retired Managing Director of FELCO Australia, and has come onto the show to explain how to choose the right pruners for our hands, as well as for the type of pruning that we intend to perform. He walks us through what factors we need to consider as well as some of the most popular options that the famous FELCO brand (easily the …
 
It is so easy to come home at the end of a long day, eat supper, and then just sink into the couch to veg out for a bit or keep ourselves busy with household activities that need to be done. I’ll be honest, I’m as guilty as the next person of falling into that trap. But nature doesn’t just stop when the sun goes down. Instead, a whole new world ope…
 
In this episode in the Water, Life, Climate, and Civilization series, we explore one of the great challenges on our way back to harmony: humans. Through the lens of his Ecosystem Guild and Restoration Camping project in western Washington State, Paul Cereghino and I discuss some of the interhuman and intergroup complexities of grassroots ecological…
 
That's right! This is a killer FELCO swag bag, and because it's Australia-only your chances are pretty awesome (unless you're not in Australia, of course!) Enter on our 3 social media accounts by following us and commenting on our Giveaway post - just tag 2 friends, family members or work colleagues - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-fu…
 
Mark Valencia is someone you'll probably recognise from his excellent organic backyard veggie gardening YouTube channel called Self Sufficient Me, or maybe you've read some of his blog posts - he's been doing it for over a decade! We had planned to speak about backyard gardening, but we ended up having a personal chat where we speak about his journ…
 
I am frequently asked about growing native plants in small spaces or in typical suburban yards with HOA or city ordnances. And I’m not the only one who’s getting those questions. I hear and see those same questions being asked throughout the native plant and pollinator communities. That’s why I was so excited to talk to this week’s guest on the Bac…
 
Happy to introduce Episode 26 of Environmental Professionals. This episode is about Forestry in the Philippines. Rivah Shane P. LLano is from Pilar, Cebu, Philippines. She a licensed forester. She took my Bachelor’s degree in Forestry at Visayas State University, Baybay City, Leyte. She graduated last June 2019 with Latin Honor. She worked as a For…
 
Dr Samantha Grover is back! This time she teaches us about soil carbon including how it gets out of the air and into the ground, and why we want it there in the first place. It turns out carbon isn't evil, in fact it forms the basis of life on earth for all of us carbon-based life forms! EPISODE LINKS Here's a link to that carbon cycle diagram that…
 
Flower flies, a.k.a. hover flies, are common garden visitors, but they are often overlooked. The reason they are so often overlooked is because they are extraordinary mimics, usually of bees or wasps. Their mimicry is so good, that flower flies are often mistakenly identified as bees in social media posts, magazine articles, newsletters, and someti…
 
Randal Breen is a farmer that raises beef, chickens and pigs on the same farm for a number of reasons which we discuss during our interview, as well as the importance of biodiversity, native vegetation not only to the overall ecosystem but also to an animal's health and the nutritional density of its meat. EPISODE LINKS The Echo Valley Farm website…
 
Frogs and toads are so much fun to observe and learn about. In the eastern U.S. we are lucky because we have enough water that they can be found virtually anywhere. Some species may be very specific in their habitat needs, but others are fairly general and can be found in urban areas as well as more rural areas. In this week’s episode of the Backya…
 
Ros Gleadow is a professor of plant sciences at Monash University, President of the Global Plant Council and a board member at Eucalypt Australia, and in this episode she walks us through some of the basics of plant biology, including the 4 different types of plants, where the meristematic tissue (a.k.a. stem cells) are located, and plant reproduct…
 
This week’s episode of the Backyard Ecology podcast is the conclusion of our conversation with Lynn Faust. Lynn is the author of Fireflies, Glow-worms, and Lightning Bugs: Identification and Natural History of the Fireflies of the Eastern and Central United States and Canada. In this episode, we continue to just geek out about lightning bugs. Once …
 
Episode 160: Lonny Grafman has worked with hundreds of communities around the globe assisting them with projects across a broad spectrum of sustainability. In this inspiring episode Lonny reflects on his decades of work and shares his knowledge and experience about how to build more resilient communities. Lonny talks about his early beginnings as a…
 
Thomas J. Elpel is a personal hero of mine - I've learnt so much from his resources, both before I began my formal training and then again during my plant identification unit during Tafe. In this episode, I'm so excited to introduce all of you to the work he's best known for, which is identifying plant families using flower patterns. Make sure you …
 
For many of us in the eastern U.S., warm spring and summer nights are characterized by the methodical flashing of fireflies and lightning bugs. Fireflies and lightning bugs are exactly the same thing. I grew up calling them “lightning bugs,” but somewhere along the line picked up the term “firefly.” Now I use both terms interchangeably. It doesn’t …
 
Happy to introduce Episode 25 of Environmental Professionals. This episode is about Environmental Science and Waste Management in UK. Philip Kyeremanteng is an Environmental scientist with experience in environmental assurance and protection, solid waste and resource management, water quality monitoring and ISO 14001 & ISO 9001 implementation and e…
 
Andre Pedroli is the managing director for Perth Materials Blowing (PMB), which is a company that moves mulch with a giant reverse-cycle vacuum on a truck, but make no mistake: he's done his hard yards when it comes to moving mulch by hand. In this episode he walks us through some of the benefits of mulch, some of the different types, and how to mo…
 
Clovers are often suggested for lawn alternatives or for incorporating into our yards to make them more pollinator friendly. Clovers can also play important roles in agriculture either in grazing systems or as cover crops in row cropping systems. In addition, they are a favorite of deer and rabbits. However, most (if not all) of the clovers in thes…
 
Kevin Folta is the host of the Talking Biotech Podcast and a professor of the Horticulture and Sciences department at Florida University. In this episode, he takes us through some of the pros and cons of monoculture crops, which get a bit of a beating in many circles, but there might be more to the story than you've heard. EPISODE LINKS Check out t…
 
Happy to introduce Episode 24 of Environmental Professionals. This episode is about conservation and eco-tourism is Uganda. Twinamasiko pasco is a staunch environmental conservationist with a diploma in wildlife tourism management(wetland management, mammology, botany, ecology, environment management, biostatistics, travel behaviour, eco-tourism, t…
 
Gary Moran is back for a second episode! You guys loved him in Episode 22. Trees, Etc. and this time he's here to speak about some of the signs of a risky tree. Is the tree in your backyard safe for children to play beneath? What is the likelihood of being crushed by a branch while you're sleeping in your bed? Are all eucalypts "widow makers"? Find…
 
Dr Peter Ridland is an Honorary Fellow in the Bio Sciences department of Melbourne Uni and an Aussie leader in the field of Integrated Pest Management (IPM). In this episode, he walks us through 6 broad methods of IPM and gives us a number of real-world examples of strategies that have worked in his experience working with all sorts of pests, espec…
 
Like many people, I grew up with a healthy…. apprehension (ok, fear) of wasps. And, of course, I’ve seen all the memes on social media vilifying wasps and calling them names that I’m not going to repeat on this podcast. But, those fears and concerns are mostly unfounded and misplaced. Wasps generally aren’t going to bother you, especially when they…
 
Happy to introduce Episode 23 of Environmental Professionals. This episode is about Architecture in the United States. Deborah Buelow is the founder of Cedar Architecture, a practice dedicated to ethical and sustainable architecture. Deborah graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture in 2000 at Iowa State University, and a Master of Architectural St…
 
Russell and Theri are a couple of urban foresters from the UK who are really excited about community-led urban forestry projects, and in this episode we speak about how local people could be more involved in urban forestry projects, including watering new trees and formative pruning, as well as why it's important to seriously take stock of trees be…
 
In this episode we continue the Water, Life, Climate, and Civilization series with Alfredo Quarto, co-founder and international program director of the Mangrove Action Project. In our conversation with Alfredo, we discuss the importance of mangrove ecologies, their devastation by the shrimp farming industry, and how the mangrove action project uses…
 
Vernal pools are a special type of shallow wetlands that fill with snow melt and rain in late fall through early spring, then dry up sometime during the summer. Because they dry up, they are sometimes overlooked or dismissed as “not very good wetlands.” However, they serve an important role in the ecosystem and can be teeming with all kinds of life…
 
Paul and Linda Mitchener are back, and this time they're walking us through the 12 principles of permaculture. You might be surprised just how deep this philosophy runs beyond the garden and into our life and the relationships we have with others. EPISODE LINKS Permaculture Design Course (PDC): https://permaculture.com.au/pdc-permaculture-design-co…
 
Samantha Renshaw's research looks at determining the effectiveness of marine protected areas for elasmobranch species like sharks, skates and rays. These areas typically exclude fishing and boat travel, but we do not necessarily know how efficient these are at conserving the species within them. Did you know we had shark species off the east coast …
 
Peter Soroye is a PhD student looking at climate change, habitat loss and how both factors affect ecosystems around the globe. He primarily focuses on pollinators (i.e bees and butterflies) as model species. As a conservation biologist, he primarily asks a lot of ecological questions based on broad patterns and what we can do to mitigate the impact…
 
Linda and Paul Mitchener are two passionate gardeners and the owners of a fabulous Perth-based soil company appropriately called Green Life Soil Co., which is organically certified. In this episode, they help us understand what the term "organic" actually means, why we might think about making the switch to an organic gardening approach, and some o…
 
"Better Living Through Chemistry!" entered the American lexicon thanks to the 1935 advertising slogan of a well-known chemical company. But after nearly a century of manufacturing dangerous toxic chemicals, a new perspective in the field has emerged called "Green Chemistry." It's focused on the design of products and processes that minimize or elim…
 
The Great Backyard Bird Count is an annual citizen science / community science project hosted by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Audubon, and Birds Canada. This international project takes place all over the world for four days every February. In 2021, it will happen February 12-15. In today’s episode of the Backyard Ecology podcast, we talk with B…
 
Michael Guerin is the CEO of Agforce, a peak organisation representing Queensland's rural producers, and in this episode he explains how Aussie farmers are using sustainable and regenerative methods when using their most precious resource: their land. He speaks about cover crops, rotations, no-dig, the value of carbon in the soil, and he also defin…
 
Happy to introduce episode 22 of Environmental Professionals. This episode is about geography in Zimbabwe. Pascal Shuro is a 22 year old from Zimbabwe . He is a climate change activist working with climate Change africa opportunities (CCAO)and Climate Reality. He is Currently studying a Bsc hons in Geography and Environmental Studies with Midlands …
 
In our second episode with Dr John Martin of the Hollows As Homes project with the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney ( transitioning to the Wildlife Assist project in partnership with a range of organisations around Australia including Taronga Conservation Society), we're releasing a chat John and I had before our Trees As Habitat interview actually …
 
In this episode, we continue the Water, Life, Climate, and Civilization series with Neal Spackman, ecological restoration designer, regenerative entrepreneur, and bold visionary. In previous episodes in this series, we’ve heard how agriculture and development having long been destroying ecology and hydrology, directly causing desertification and di…
 
Dr John Martin manages the Hollows As Homes project with the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney, which is transitioning to the Wildlife Assist project in partnership with a range of organisations around Australia including Taronga Conservation Society. In this episode, we speak about the importance of tree hollows, why native miner birds are more ecol…
 
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