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Roy Ross a Tactical Conditioning Specialist, Aspiring Yoga Teacher, and a 20 year Army Veteran whose Soldiers affectionately call him "Colonel Keto" due to his open admiration for the Low-Carb Lifestyle. After falling out of shape and struggling to maintain military fitness standards, Roy now prides himself on being a model of physical fitness and …
 
There have been lofty expectations for how sensors, remote monitoring, data, and the Internet of Things would impact the operation of water infrastructure. In many ways the digital tools are beginning to live up to the hype and allowing water managers to control systems in unprecedented and important ways, as discussed in this episode with Jamail C…
 
As farms in California face another extreme drought this summer, the hope is that lessons learned and policies and tools developed from the last drought can help with water management this time. During drought farms significantly increase use of groundwater and now California is focusing on monitoring, management, and recharge of this foundational …
 
Jodi Barrett had just come through being separated from her partner of 15 years and being a stay-at-home mom when she realized she needed a change. She had three young children, and she needed to be strong, but she also needed to find her passion. After giving the last 13 years to her children & nothing to herself, she to find her place in this wor…
 
Philadelphia has embraced the use of arts and culture - from murals and music to superheroes - as a way to communicate with the community about water. The effort has especially focused on educating African-American, Latino, and low-income neighborhoods about the safety of drinking tap water. The use of art as the messenger is discussed in this epis…
 
With climate change putting the West into a permanent drought and water levels in Lake Mead dropping to the lowest levels since Hoover Dam was built in the 1930s, the time is right for the oasis in the desert known as Las Vegas to take a big step toward reducing water consumption. Recently a ban was placed on non-functional grass - the unused grass…
 
Our guest today is David Weiss, also known as Flat Earth Dave, a renewable energy businessman and avid kiteboarder from the east coast. He always questioned the reality of the world he lives in. He hosted a weekly podcast for 3 years called Deep Inside The Rabbit Hole which discussed many different deceptions that the mainstream media and the power…
 
CM (Cynthia) Monteleone is a wife and mother of three children. She is a certified Metabolic Analytics Practitioner with many world-class level athletes as clients. However, she works with all levels of clients to help them perform in life at their optimal level. Whether it be weight loss, hormonal balance, or getting strong, Cynthia can offer the …
 
Advancements in technology and computers have allowed scientists to develop a detailed look at the coastal land margin, the dynamic area where the land and ocean interface. The high resolution models are used to better understand the coastal environment and predict where the water goes during storm surge and floods. This science is important for pr…
 
A lifelong gastronome and once corporate executive chef, Nic has launched, run and redeveloped restaurants and food-service programs in Nevada, California, Iowa, South Dakota, and Minnesota. He has cooked for many elite figures such as Madeline Albright, Micheal Pollan, Arun Gandhi, Wailin' Jennys, the King and Queen of Norway and Five for Fighting…
 
When water quality tests are conducted at the beach to determine safety for swimming it typically takes 24 hours for results, which isn’t helpful for protecting public health in real-time. But a rapid method of testing can provide information about bacteria levels at the beach in just an hour or two, as discussed in this episode by its developer Dr…
 
Many environmental problems stem from behavior problems. So over the past decade the environmental field has intensified its use of psychology, neuroscience, and behavioral science to understand how people’s brains operate and how to design programs to change behavior. The trend is explored in this episode with Katie Williamson, Senior Associate at…
 
During the past year of challenges and upheaval in society, many people turned to nature and water in particular for exercise, adventure, escape, and healing. The unique ability for water to elevate well-being - physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually - is discussed in this episode with Wallace J Nichols, author of Blue Mind, and Jaimal …
 
Hans and Anya own and operate Carnivore Crisps. We first got to try these delicious meat snacks while camping in Cayo Costa this January and they were delicious! They have a lot of the typical cuts like ribeye, sirloin, etc but they also have some unique cuts that really stand out like the liver and heart, and the chicken as well. If you like to ha…
 
With the ocean and coastal waters under a variety of stressors including pollution and climate change it is vital to gather more scientific data. Rapid advancements in technology have led to a proliferation of sensors for studying the coast and made these tools operable and affordable for a wider group. The use of sensors is discussed in this episo…
 
Historically the relationship between the agriculture sector and conservation community could be described as unproductive, tense, and even adversarial. But a significant shift toward cooperation during the last 20 years was driven by mutual concerns such as drought, urbanization, and sustainability. Forging personal connections and building trust …
 
This week’s guest is Marcus Aurelius Anderson. While preparing to deploy with the U.S. Army, Marcus suffered a severe spinal injury that left him paralyzed from the neck down. His life was turned upside down, and after dying twice on the operating table, he was told he would never be able to walk or use his hands again. Days quickly turned into mon…
 
Religion is a very prevalent part of life in New Orleans and southern Louisiana, leading conservation organizations to build relationships with local faith leaders and to educate them on environmental issues. Faith leaders often believe that as God’s creation it is important to be stewards of nature and they carry this message to their congregation…
 
A plan to route an oil pipeline through predominantly black neighborhoods in Memphis is an example of how minority communities across the country are overburdened by pollution and subjected to environmental racism, say Chandra Taylor, Senior Attorney and Leader of the Environmental Justice Initiative at the Southern Environmental Law Center, and Ma…
 
In the Chesapeake Bay watershed, cutting-edge technology is powering the practice of precision conservation, the use of advanced data and imagery for efficient decision making in environmental management. Tools like aerial imagery, LiDAR elevation data, spatial analysis, geomorphology, and machine learning are helping projects to achieve greater im…
 
Cody Zulfer has a background in competitive surfing and has also been a competitive Brazilian Jiu-jitsu practitioner for the better part of a decade. Cody has suffered from epilepsy since high school. From then until his son was about two years old, he was having almost daily seizures—some days multiple seizures. Doctors were never able to pinpoint…
 
Shawn Wells MPH, LDN, RD, CISSN, FISSN is the world’s leading nutritional biochemist and expert on Health Optimization. He has formulated over 500 supplements, food, beverages, and cosmeceuticals and patented 10 novel ingredients and is now known as the Ingredientologist - the scientist of ingredients. Formerly a Chief Clinical Dietitian with over …
 
For five generations Paul Bruchez’s family has ranched in Colorado, giving him an intimate understanding of water and the Colorado River. As climate change and development strain water resources to the breaking point, agriculture is facing tremendous pressure, pushing to improve water conservation, and collaborating with other stakeholders to find …
 
During last decade’s severe drought the State of California passed the Open and Transparent Water Data Act in recognition of the critical role of data in water management. That led to the formation of the California Water Data Consortium, a nonprofit that works with the state, local water agencies, farmers, NGOs, and others to improve organization,…
 
Brad Kearns is a New York Times bestselling author, Guinness World Record-setting professional Speedgolfer, #3 world-ranked Masters age 55-59 track & field high jumper, and former national champion and #3 world-ranked professional triathlete. He has written twenty books on diet, health, peak performance, and ancestral living, and is a popular speak…
 
The greatest challenge facing the ocean is climate change, which is raising water temperatures, altering chemistry, and shifting major currents. But simultaneously there are opportunities to make progress in ocean health through changes to U.S. policy, particularly in the areas of energy, aquaculture, protected areas, and natural solutions, as expl…
 
Four dams on the Snake River in Washington State have pushed salmon to the brink of extinction, threatening not just the species but the broader ecosystem, the culture of Native American tribes, and the region’s economy. This crisis led the Snake to be named America’s Most Endangered River in 2021 by American Rivers as explained in this episode by …
 
Perceived mental & physical stress of endurance runners After finishing his enlistment in the US Marine Corps, Carlos Dones found himself a little out of shape and a little bored. So he decided to start running again, something he did a lot of in his youth and during his military service. But it wasn’t enough for him to just run, he had to do somet…
 
For the Colorado River to have a sustainable future, it’s vital to understand its past and present. Blood of the West is an in-development documentary series about the Colorado River that will take viewers on a journey from headwaters to delta and explore the history of the river. In this episode with J.R. Robinson, director of Blood of the West, h…
 
The Salton Sea is a unique waterbody that has suffered from high salinity levels, agricultural runoff, and water consumption by cities in Southern California, pushing the ecosystem to the brink and threatening the health of surrounding communities. Efforts to help the Salton Sea include expanded resources from the state, wetland restoration project…
 
Water drainage is critical for farms in the Midwest. But farmers don’t usually receive comprehensive and unbiased information about water management and drainage solutions, and have to focus on short-term costs instead of long-term equity. Taking a holistic and objective approach can improve farms and water quality, as explained in this episode wit…
 
Get to know your local rancher! Kevin Escobar is ours, and we had a really fun conversation with him & his lovely wife Sadena. E BAR CATTLE COMPANY was born from a Husband & Wife’s intention to honor their combined ranching heritage & rediscover what those who came before them knew about raising cattle. Their families, Escobar and Pearce, share a c…
 
Proper attention was not paid to sustainability of water resources as the U.S. developed and expanded across the continent over the past few centuries, not only straining water availability for people but for nature itself. There are ways to move from scarcity to sustainability, however, through cooperative relationships, deliberate decision making…
 
Many lakes around the country suffer from poor water quality in the same way as Greenfield Lake in Wilmington, N.C. - stormwater runoff into the lake from hard surfaces like roads, parking lots, and buildings causes nutrient pollution, algae growth, and even fish kills. But lakes can go from green to clean through a combination of science, partners…
 
Matthew S. Newman has been in the financial services industry since 1997. Matthew thinks that the job of the financial advisor is to be there when things are bad; to give families good news during the deepest and darkest of times & to have a true plan in place prior to the bad. Matthew was diagnosed with Grade Three Brain Cancer at 39 years old. Hi…
 
Crews in The Ocean Race, the iconic around-the-world sailing competition, have noticed changes in the water such as more trash and less marine life. But increasingly sailors and organizers are steering toward sustainability, including by gathering scientific data at sea and making changes to the event’s footprint. In this episode Anne-Cecile Turner…
 
Communities of color and low-income suffer disproportionately from polluted water and delivering environmental justice in these situations is essential for achieving broader equity in society. This is reflected in the fight against waste from concentrated animal feeding operations, fossil fuel pipelines, and contaminated drinking water in North Car…
 
John Roberts is the owner and operator of Olivor Heritage Farms. Olivor is a combination of their grandsons' names Oliver and Ivor. They are also the reason John and his wife Chrysti have been making changes to their diet. They want to be healthier for them, and they want Olivor and Ivor to grow up knowing where their food came from, and how to rai…
 
The U.S. coast is unprepared for the increasing impacts of storms and sea level rise on communities, infrastructure, the economy, and the environment itself. Comprehensive changes in leadership, policies, programs, and funding could create a more resilience coastline. In this episode Jeff Peterson discusses his book A New Coast, which offers strate…
 
In the Mississippi Delta there is no bigger force on the economy and the environment than agriculture, with its tens of millions of acres of farmland that both feeds a nation and impacts water quality. In Arkansas programs can help both if they arise from collaboration and provide benefits for farms and conservation, as discussed in this episode wi…
 
Although New Mexico receives far less attention than many other western states, it is at the precipice of a water crisis, with climate change further straining the arid state and groundwater impacted by the oil and gas industry. The situation is discussed in this episode with Laura Paskus, author of At the Precipice: New Mexico’s Changing Climate, …
 
Last century’s approach to water management was based on controlling nature, a fragmented infrastructure system, and general sense there was plenty of water. But the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century have spurred a transition to a water management approach revolving around circularity, scarcity, and nature itself. The past, present, …
 
Drew Biemer is a former Division 1 football player; Division 1 USA Rugby Player and Amateur Strongman. He currently works as a public affairs contractor in New Hampshire. In 1999 he was a first-team All-State Tight End and helped block for 1,000-yard rusher Danny Vega. You can find him on Instagram at @ConditionWon Low Carb Hustle podcast: www.lowc…
 
A lack of information on groundwater has historically posed challenges for management. Now emerging tools are expanding and organizing the data available for decision-making, as discussed in this episode with Ben Kerr of Foundry Spatial, Melissa Rohde of The Nature Conservancy, and Tom Gleeson of the University of Victoria. They talk about using te…
 
Residents of Toledo, Ohio deal with water challenges ranging from pollution in Lake Erie to lead pipes for drinking water to increasing utility bills. Toledo’s communities of color and low-income have historically lacked information and input in water issues such as these. But now that’s changing through community outreach as discussed in this epis…
 
This week’s guest is Dr. Stephen Hussey. Stephen is a Doctor of Chiropractic, Functional Medicine practitioner, speaker, author, and health coach. He helps people create high-performing hearts & specializes in helping those with Heart Disease, Type 1 diabetes, and autoimmune conditions. Dr. Hussey works with a variety of clients, from in-person to …
 
Budgets are struggling to keep up with the scale and scope of water projects that need funding in communities across the U.S. At the same time, it is extremely difficult for public agencies to take risks on solutions that could address water challenges in more affordable and effective ways. In this episode Eric Letsinger, CEO of Quantified Ventures…
 
The Colorado River is managed under the “Law of the River,” a complex series of agreements, laws, legal decisions, and regulations that originated with the 1922 Colorado River Compact. There are important lessons and successes from the past 100 years to remember as the basin faces urgent water challenges driven by climate change and population grow…
 
Oysters are an iconic and important part of Louisiana’s coastal ecosystem, culture, and economy. But in addition to harvest pressure, the oysters are under stress from increased freshwater, either from heavy rainfall fueled by climate change or diversions of water from the Mississippi River. In this episode Morgan Kelly, an Associate Professor of B…
 
This week’s guest is Liya Teplitsky, a keto diet fertility & mindset coach. Liya has a YouTube channel called Resilient Fertility, where she educates women on how to reset their fertility engine and start their way to expanding their family by building a resilient, fertile body. The goal of Resilient Fertility is to provide you with the information…
 
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