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Backyard Animals (with Janet Garman)

October 24, 2019

Across the US farm animals have been creeping into formerly suburban spaces There has been an incredible interest in keeping backyard poultry for the many ecological benefits they offer Trash disposal plus fresh eggs every […]

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Episode 26: Redux: Interview

October 24, 2019

Recently I got interview on the podcast Faith and Family Fellowship by Pastor Chris Buscher I go deeper into the theological underpinnings of why I do what I do than normally happens on my episodes […]

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Episode 22: Leave A Trace

October 9, 2019

Leave No Trace LNT is a backcountry wilderness ethic preached in many of our national parks It makes sense Don t litter respect wildlife stay on the trail etc But it has blind spots It […]

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Episode 21: Could Localism Cure Globalism?

September 25, 2019

Our penchant for global travel is destroying the very places we re trying to see Whether it s going off trail for the perfect instagram picture or it s more invisible like carbon dioxide melting […]

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Episode 19: Lessons From Sheep

August 28, 2019

Sheep aren t complicated animals They eat sleep and poop just like we do But they are the most mentioned animal in the Bible We are compared to them more than any one other animal […]

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Episode 17: Das Sheep

August 14, 2019

The average American ate around 5 pounds of lamb as late as the 1960 s Now the average American eats less than 1 pound of it Concurrently there used to be herds of 40-50 million […]

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Episode 16: Off The Record

August 7, 2019

Get ready for a faux-monologue featuring the central theme of HBO s Chernobyl What is the cost of lies I can t stop thinking about this question so I thought I d pawn some of […]