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Joy for the Journey Podcast is for women everywhere co-hosted by Lauren Reeves and Tammy Whitehurst. Every week, Lauren and Tammy discuss issues relevant to women of all ages. Since launching in 2018, they have built an audience seeking real-talk about real issues that women deal with day in and day out and offer hope, laughter, and joy in the midst of stressful situations we might encounter on our journey called life. They are not afraid to talk about menstrual cycles, comparison traps, rel ...
 
Enjoy, learn & be inspired by the stories of the people in the Bay Area - what they do for work, what they know & who they are. Host, John Salangsang, is a college career counselor, job developer & instructor.Instagram.com/worktalkpodcastTwitter.com/worktalkpodcastFacebook.com/worktalkpodcast
 
Whether you're new to Salem or remember where you were for John and Marlena's first wedding, Inside Salem is the official Days of our Lives companion podcast where you’ll hear exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes stories from your favorite stars. Hosted by journalist Michael Fairman with a rotating panel of co-hosts and special guests from the Days cast and crew, each episode takes a deep dive into the groundbreaking soap opera's past, present and future. Take a look through the hourgl ...
 
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It is cliche but true that most range grazing problems are animal distribution problems. And no one's name is more closely tied to distribution than Derek Bailey. Dr. Bailey and Tip discuss frontiers in understanding and manipulating livestock distribution to conserve rangeland health. The conversation includes animal selection, attractant placemen…
 
The Western U.S. has experienced catastrophic fire frequency and extent in 2020. Matt Reeves, USFS, shares some wildfire prediction tools that may help landowners and agencies prepare in the future for both wildfire and grazing decisions that may help mitigate the effects of fire. He introduces a new monthly webinar for the growing season called “R…
 
"We've overdone management and undervalued leadership." James Rogers is the manager of the Winecup Gamble Ranch in northeastern Nevada, one of the largest ranches in the country, spanning an area larger than Rhode Island. Tip and James discuss the history of the Winecup Gamble, pros and cons of large corporate ranches, their role in ranching and co…
 
Melissa Bellanceau, Chief External Relations Officer, Girls Scouts of CT Lucy Gilson, Associate Dean for Faculty & Outreach, UConn, Academic Director: Geno Auriemma Leadership Conference & Senior Associate Editor, Group & Organization Management Shannon Lapierre, Vice President and Chief Communications Officer, Stanley Black and Decker…
 
Restoring desirable native species and ecosystem function after wildfire is challenging and frequently unsuccessful. Land managers increasingly recognize the need to practice adaptive management of burned areas at both the project and regional scales. Acting on this recognition will require managers and scientists to develop a shared understanding …
 
Dr. Lauren Porensky is an ecologist interested in plant communities, herbivores, and spatial complexity. Her research focuses on balancing livestock production with conservation and restoration in semi-arid rangelands. Porensky got her PhD at UC Davis working on livestock management and wildlife conservation in central Kenya. She currently investig…
 
Dr. Leslie Roche is a UC Cooperative Extension Specialist in Rangeland Science and Management with the UC Davis Department of Plant Sciences. She earned a Ph.D. in Ecology from UC Davis, and was a USDA-NIFA Postdoctoral Fellow and Project Scientist before joining the faculty in September 2015. Her research and extension program is at the intersecti…
 
Stewart Breck is a research carnivore ecologist with the USDA-APHIS-WS National Wildlife Research Center and a member of the new Colorado State University Center for Human Carnivore Coexistence in Fort Collins. He has been focused on carnivore ecology and behavior and minimizing conflict between carnivores and people many years. The interview also …
 
Ranching and rangelands are undergoing rapid and intertwined changes. Changes include ecological transitions due to climate and invasive species; land use transitions associated with urbanization and shifting priorities for public lands; demographic transitions reflected in the increasing average age and decreasing number of ranchers; and market tr…
 
This is a presentation from the Society for Range Management's annual meeting in February 2020 in a symposium titled "Stakeholder Engagement to Improve Federal Rangeland Wildfire Mitigation and Response".Rangeland wildfires have grown in size, frequency, and length of season due to factors that include increasing human use of rangelands, vegetation…
 
When rangeland scientists question why those who manage ecosystems do not implement the information developed into action, the manager's concern is not centrally about the quality of data or information but rather the processes of knowledge production and implementation. Knowledge is a result of human reflection and experience, and it is most often…
 
Karim-Aly Kassam is International Professor of Environmental and Indigenous Studies in the Department of Natural Resources and the American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell University. His aim is to seamlessly merge research and teaching in the service of communities. His research focuse…
 
This forum highlighting leading women in ranching operations was recorded Feb 20, 2020 at the National Western Complex in Denver, Colorado as part of the Society for Range Management annual meeting. The speakers included women from non-traditional ranching backgrounds as well as women whose families have been in the ranching business for several ge…
 
When does science become art? We often refer to the “Art and Science of Range Management’ but how often do we acknowledge the “art” or the “artist?” in today’s world of ever-expanding technology and engineering, many aspects of the “art” of natural resource and land management are being overshadowed by a desire for predictability driven decision pr…
 
This talk was recorded at the Society for Range Management annnual meeting and training February 2020. The talk is from a symposium titled "Strategies for sustainability transformations in western rangelands."Lynn's presentation is available as a PDF here. hhttps://bit.ly/2QJXxLiRanching and rangelands are undergoing rapid and intertwined changes. …
 
Dr. Karen Launchbaugh's plenary address at the SRM's 2020 annual meeting was titled "Bridging the Gap: What Does SRM Want/Need to be and How to Get There?" This is a recording of that talk. Karen's PowerPoint presentation is available in PDF at http://bit.ly/2TRiox7 if you want to follow along.Karen Launchbaugh is a professor of rangeland ecology a…
 
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