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This summer, I have featured episodes from various shows on The Carbon Almanac Podcast Network.In July, I shared an episode from The Carbon Almanac Collective, a podcast about the team who created The Carbon Almanac. In August, I shared an epis
Today we get to learn from Diane Wyzga, story strategist, guide, and founder of the practice called Engaged Storyism.Diane is also the creator, host, and producer of Stories From Women Who Walk, a much-loved and listened-to podcast that has spr
As you know, I've been working on a project involving The Carbon Almanac for the past several months. One of the projects I've been able to help with is the Carbon Almanac Podcast Network. This network includes a podcast featuring conversations
Sue Heatherington is a quiet disruptor. She started introducing herself this way after a period of time marked by family trauma, business challenges, and serious illness. The first time Sue introduced herself as a quiet disruptor, she was surpr
Welcome back to the Talaterra podcast!A landmark project pulled me away, and I let it take priority during an intense period of its production. So I return to podcasting by explaining where I've been, and to do this, I've decided to share a con
About KalliopiKalliopi Monoyios is a visual creative dedicated to communicating the wonder of the natural world to a wide and varied audience.  After graduating from Princeton University with a degree in geology, she built her career as a scien
Blending art and science to help young learners establish a science identity.A tabletop activity designed for a Pi Day event introduces students and families to Fibonacci and scientific illustration as a career path. This activity was adapted f
Stephanie Rozzo is the founder and principal educator of Nature Sketch Crate, a subscription service that not only inspires interest in nature but supports people in their exploration of it. How did she build this subscription service?Let's fin
Be a guiding light.Here is the link you need to lead. Photo by Joshua Woroniecki on Unsplash
Sarah R. Johnson is a landscape-based environmental educator. As a freelance science educator, she is focused on climate change, public lands, watershed science, civics, and geography, and teaching and learning through her business,  Wild Rose
Rebecca Rolnick is a naturalist, writer, and educator. She is the founder of Forest School-to-You and leads in-person and online programs for both K-12 students and adults. Rebecca also leads conversations about neurodiversity in environmental
Today my guest is Mindi Rosser.Mindi helps business owners and subject matter experts have conversations with their LinkedIn audience, peers, and prospects.Mindi helps people establish a presence based on trust, authenticity, and consistency. I
Jim Folsom is the creator and host of @BotanyInContext, a fun and fascinating channel on TikTok about the plants we engage with and see in our daily lives. Jim is a teacher, a gardener, a botanist, and a cook who enjoys talking about plants. He
Dr. Marijke Hecht is an Assistant Professor at Penn State whose research of urban greenspaces involves the interaction between humans and more-than-human nature. In 2019 I read Dr. Hecht's paper about cultivating 21st-century naturalists. When
Dr. Brad McLain is a social scientist interested in the nature and psychology of identity development, learning, and leadership.He is the Director of the Center for STEM Learning at the University of Colorado Boulder, and a Senior Researcher an
The Friends of Talaterra. LINKSSurvey - Friends of Talaterra
Dina Falconi and Wendy Hollender discuss how they wrote and illustrated their award-winning book, "Foraging and Feasting: A Field Guide to Wild Food Cookbook." They also discuss how they launched a  successful Kickstarter campaign to raise mone
Eleanor Chaney is a freelance artist and educator. She is also the founder and creative director of The Library of Nature, an online resource for children. In this episode, Eleanor and I discuss how her experience as a contemporary artist has i
Today my guest is Rebecca Kling.Rebecca is an educator, performer, community organizer, storyteller, and advocate for social change.Rebecca is also an advocate for transgender rights, is involved in the Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal campaign, and i
Today we are joined by Amy Hill, Yakuta Poonawalla, and Cassidy Villeneuve, creators, and facilitators of a new workshop experience at StoryCenter, the founders of the digital storytelling movement. I met Amy, Yakuta, and Cassidy while a studen
Susan B. Inches is an author, educator, and environmental advocate. In this episode, we discuss her career and new book, “Advocating for the Environment: How to Gather Your Power and Take Action.”How did Susan become an independent advocate?Wha
Scientific illustrator and science communicator, Gretchen Halpert, discusses how she entered the field of science illustration, shares a story about the time she demonstrated the value of drawing at a medical school, and tells us about the dist
Environmental and cultural educator, Miguel Cruz, prepares to launch environmental education programs in Mexico and to learn Otomi, his family's indigenous language. LINKSMiguel's YouTube channel - Nature, Culture, Nurture (@venconmige)Facebook
Tami Cole and her family established Optimistic Orchard to create sustainable and healthy food systems in prisons.How are they doing?Let's find out. __________LINKSOptimistic OrchardBlooming Hope ProjectKiss the GroundPhoto Contest for a Cause
This summer, I have the wonderful opportunity to be involved with projects addressing conversations around climate change. I couldn't do this work without revisiting the book "Communicating Climate Change: A Guide for Educators" by Anne Armstro
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