Wild For Life
Wild For Life
Mar 27, 2019
WFL 001: Toronto Zoo Conservation Programs With Andrew Lentini
Play • 30 min

I sit down with Andrew Lentini, the Interim Director of Conservation and Wildlife at the Toronto Zoo, to discuss how the Zoo leads in conservation projects locally and internationally using its facilities as a way to help protect species.

Enjoy the show!

Let us know what you thought about the show:

On Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheTorontoZoo

On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thetorontozoo/

On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheTorontoZoo/ 

Labeled: "The Stories, Rumors, & Legends of Tooth & Nail Records"
Labeled: "The Stories, Rumors, & Legends of Tooth & Nail Records"
Tooth and Nail
Tooth & Nail All Purpose All Star: Randy Torres
Lead singers tend to get and often deserve the most attention in most bands. They carry a large burden and the spotlight is not at all easy to manage, but some of the most talented and valuable people are not the ones in the limelight. Randy Torres has done it all in the Tooth & Nail world, and he has done it well. Guitarist for Project 86, engineer for Aaron Sprinkle, A&R for the label, touring musician for Anberlin, composer, sound designer and more. Coming from a supportive environment in SoCal at just the right time in the late 90's, Randy has been able to make a great career for himself and that career is marked mainly by how personable and likable and easy to work with he is. He has been a great inspiration of how to be for many people including me. https://labeledpodcast.com/ Support Labeled on Patreon Join Labeled on Facebook SONGS YOU HEARD ON THIS EPISODE: Project 86 "The Spy Hunter" Stavesacre "Threshold" The Blamed "Feeding the Ignorant" Living Sacrifice "Reject" Project 86 "Spill Me" Project 86 "One Armed Man (Play On)" Jonezetta "Get Ready (Hot Machete)" Anberlin "The Feel Good Drag" NYVES "Something Divine" MORE FROM TOOTH & NAIL: * Labeled: Music From The Podcast: smarturl.it/labeledplaylist * DISCOVER IT: New Tracks from T&N Records: smarturl.it/TNNDiscover * This Is Solid State: New Tracks from Solid State Records: https://spoti.fi/2CUCsaH * Tooth & Nail Store (LABELED Patreon members get 20% off everything): tnn.lnk.to/store
1 hr 57 min
Pastor With No Answers Podcast
Pastor With No Answers Podcast
Joey Svendsen
277 - Embodied (w/ Dr. Preston Sprinkle and Rev. Brandan Robertson)
A conversation on transgenderism through lenses of science, theology and real-life stories.  Preston Sprinkle, President of “The Center for Faith, Sexuality and Gender,” wrote a new book called “Embodied,” with the purpose of helping readers understand the complexities and emotions of this highly relevant and polarizing discussion.  Also joining the conversation is Rev. Brandan Robertson, (author, activist, theologian and part of the LGBTQ community himself) who brings an opposing outlook on people we know as* *transgender individuals.  Both of these men aim to walk in the steps of Jesus' love, and given their different views pertaining to this discussion, the means to love a transgender person will likely look a great deal different between the two of them. Part two of this episode will be released this Wednesday as we have Lisa Salazar respond to the content of this episode.  Lisa is a transgender woman who happens to also be a Christian.   Preston: https://www.centerforfaith.com/about/leadership/dr-preston-sprinkle https://www.prestonsprinkle.com/ https://twitter.com/PrestonSprinkle Brandan: http://www.brandanrobertson.com/ https://twitter.com/BrandanJR https://www.tiktok.com/@revbrandanrobertson Joey/PWNA Instagram:  www.instagram.com/joeysvendsen Current DonorSee: https://donorsee.com/pwnahelps Get notifications each time we start raising money to get more information on our current opportunity to “save the day” for team humanity. Text PWNAd to 31010.   Support: Join us as a patron! https://www.patreon.com/pwnapod or leave a Venmo tip right @  https://venmo.com/joey-svendsen Join the discussion: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PWNAtalk Socials: https://twitter.com/pwnapod https://twitter.com/joeysvendsen https://www.facebook.com/PWNApod CALL 507-403-PWNA (7962):  Questions, Comments, Feedback, Pushback, frustration?  Air it out on our voicemail and we may air it on an episode. E-mail PWNAcontact@gmail.com for correspondence. Music courtesy of: http://www.derekminor.com/ https://mechanicalriver.bandcamp.com Guest Producer of this episode:   Andrew Holder (E-mail andrewholder74@gmail.com for your podcasting needs) Executive Producer of PWNApod:  Jared Svendsen
1 hr 19 min
The Mike Herrera Podcast
The Mike Herrera Podcast
Mike Herrera
#344 with Vic Fuentes
Singer songwriter and guitarist of San Diego, California’s Pierce the Veil and CEO of the Non-profit LTD Foundation joins me on the podcast. This is a great episode if you need a little inspiration and positive outlook in your life! We discuss -collabs -Pierce The Veil -The LTD foundation -The songwriting process -Habits and routines -Singles vs Albums -and more If you like the podcast tell a friend! -Find Vic on Instagram or Twitter -Find LTD Foundation online ------------------------- MXPX INFO BELOW: MXPX Live JANUARY 30th 2021! MXPX BAND LINK ------------------------- Have you subscribed to the pod? Big Thanks to RØDE MICS --------------------------------------------------- LIFE IN QUARANTINE - THE COLLECTION HOMEWARD BOUND! TEXT LIST - Join our Text list by texting MXPX to 31996 Merch still available at www.mxpx.com MUSIC -LISTENER CHALLENGE- Listen to MXPX Self Titled Deluxe Album at least once a day. Use hashtag #mxpx or #mxpxsuperchallenge The MXPX Super Challenge Playlist MXPX - Self Titled Deluxe Edition Mike Herrera - Moment's Like These: TX Mike Herrera - Superman - LISTEN HERE! I now have an Artist Series Music Man Stingray from Ernie Ball! You can order straight from the shop on the Music Man website. A portion of proceeds goes to MusicCares! MIKE HERRERA SIGNATURE SERIES BASS If you like the podcast- Subscribe, rate and review on Apple. Support what I do at MXPX.com Leave a message with your question on the Mike Herrera Podcast voicemail. (some could be aired on future episodes of the podcast) 360-830-6660 (US number) 3 min limit per message. Producing and editing by Bob McKnight.
1 hr 25 min
The Deconstructionists
The Deconstructionists
Adam Narloch & John Williamson
Ep. 114 - Stina Kielsmeier-Cook "Blessed Are The Nones: Mixed-Faith Marriage and My Search for Spiritual Community"
Guest Info/Bio: This week we speak with Stina Kielsmeier-Cook about what it’s like being in an interfaith relationship. What does it look like when the other person in your relationship has a different faith or no faith at all? Stina is a writer from the cold north where she raises kids, maxes out her library card, and is usually late for church. A former housing advocate for refugees, Stina loves to talk about public policy, parenting, and her neighborhood in Minneapolis. She works as Director of Communications at the Collegeville Institute, where she is also the managing editor of Bearings Online. Stina has a graduate diploma in Forced Migration and Refugee Studies from the American University in Cairo, and a B.A. in Political Science from Wheaten College. Guest Published Works: Blessed Are the Nones: Mixed-Faith Marriage and My Search for Spiritual Community. Guest Website/Social Media: www.stinakc.com ( http://www.stinakc.com ) Twitter: @stina_kc Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/stina.kc/ Instagram: @stina.kc Special guest music on this episode provided by: Forrest Clay Twitter: @clay_k Facebook: @ https://m.facebook.com/ClayKirchenbauer?tsid=0.15432717790991135&source=result ( https://m.facebook.com/ClayKirchenbauer?source=result&tsid=0.15432717790991135 ) Instagram: @forrestclaymusic Enjoy the songs? Songs featured on this episode were: the brand new single, “Recover” and the singles “Love a Little More” and “Counting the Stars” Forrest Clay’s music is available on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, and anywhere good music is found. Stay on top of all the latest at www.thedeconstructionists.com Go there to read our blog, grab a tee shirt, snag a pint glass or mug, follow us on social media, or join our Patreon family. The Deconstructionists Podcast is edited by John Williamson. This episode was mixed and produced by Nicholas Rowe at National Audio Preservation Society: A full service recording studio and creative habitat. located in Heath, Ohio. Find them on facebook and Twitter or go to their website for more information. www.nationalaudiopreservationsociety.weebly.com www.facebook.com/nationalaudiopreservationsociety Twitter: @napsrecording Website by Ryan Battles All Photos by Jared Hevron Logos designed by Joseph Ernst & Stephen Pfluig T-Shirt designs by Joseph Ernst, Chad Flannigan, Colin Rigsby, and Jason Turner Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
1 hr 18 min
Creating a Family: Talk about Adoption & Foster Care
Creating a Family: Talk about Adoption & Foster Care
Creating a Family
Evaluating Risk Factors in Foster Care
We talk about evaluating the risk factors for foster care with Dr. Kimara Gustafson, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Minnesota with appointments at both their Adoption Medicine Clinic and Pediatric Emergency Department. *In this episode, we cover:* * The common risk factor that foster parents and those wanting to adopt from foster care need to be aware of include physical, emotional, developmental, educational, and behavioral problems rooted in childhood adversity and trauma. * What types of trauma are foster kids exposed to? Neglect, abuse, prenatal exposure, multiple caregivers, not having a reliable caregiver, constant stress  * What percentage of children in foster care have been exposed to drugs or alcohol prenatally?  * Impact of trauma on physical health.  *  Foster parents often have little information about prior health history.  * Overmedication of foster children and youth.  * Research has found that the average number of psychiatric diagnoses and psychotropic medications prescribed were significantly greater for youth and children in foster care. o Children in foster care are likely to be kept on them longer than other Medicaid-enrolled children who are not in foster care.  * What are psychotropic drugs and why are so many foster children on them?  * Who has authority to make health care decisions for foster children and youth?  * Impact of trauma on mental health.  * hyperactivity, inattention, and impulsivity.  *  What types of behaviors are common as a result of trauma?  * Sleep issues common to children in foster care.  * Food issues common to children in foster care. Creating a Family course: Practical Solutions to Typical Food Issues  *  Impact of trauma on a foster child’s education.  * Children in foster care need educational advocates.  * Risk factors to consider for children already in the home. Creating a Family course: The Impact of Fostering on Children Already in the Home  *  Children can heal and foster parents can and do make a difference!  This podcast is produced  by www.CreatingaFamily.org. We are a national non-profit with the mission to strengthen and inspire adoptive, foster & kinship parents and the professionals who support them. Creating a Family brings you the following trauma-informed, expert-based content: ·         Weekly podcasts ·         Weekly articles/blog posts ·        Resource pages on all aspects of family building Creating a Family also has an active presence on many social media platforms. Please like or follow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Instagram.  Support the show (https://creatingafamily.org/donation/)
1 hr 4 min
Eric Krasno Plus One
Eric Krasno Plus One
Osiris Media / Eric Krasno
G. Love
On this week’s episode, Kraz talks with G. Love, frontman of G. Love & Special Sauce. G. Love & Special Sauce have made a name for themselves by fusing together blues and hip hop influences to create a unique sound of their own- their style is soulfully inclusive, and a standout example of the 90’s phenomenon that is the birth of niche genres. G. Love’s big touring plans for 2020 were put on hold due to coronavirus, but the group’s patience was rewarded with a Grammy nomination for their 2020 album The Juice. The album is a definitive example of G. Love’s dynamic artistic capabilities; the record finds a feel-good balance between light-hearted and serious tones, and includes songs ranging from up-beat soul-pop tunes, to gritty delta blues music. G. Love and Kraz get down to it right from the get-go- in this conversation the longtime friends discuss nuances in the production process, complexities of the modern music industry, live performance anxieties, and much more. For aspiring artists, you can’t miss G. Love’s breakdown of the decisions that have made his group what they are today. From the studio, to the road, to personal life decisions, he covers the whole map. This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Please leave us a rating or review on iTunes! Eric Krasno Plus One is presented by Osiris Media. All original music by Eric Krasno. Executive Producers are RJ Bee and Christina Collins. Audio Production by Matt Dwyer. Produced by Ben Baruch of 11E1even Group.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
1 hr 20 min
More episodes
Search
Clear search
Close search
Google apps
Main menu