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Jared Rosenbaum
Wild Plant Culture
Interviews exploring connections between people and wild plants, with botanist Jared Rosenbaum. Native plants, ecological restoration, field botany, foraging, herbal medicine, and more.
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4.6 stars from 20 ratings
Brilliant!
Sooooo good. Mind blowing insights from what is clearly a carefully curated selection of guests. These are people in the world of restoration (etc) who approach their work with both rigor and tender loving care. While sometimes the conversation gets into the weeds of the unknown it’s never the...Read full review »
sam bonney via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/21/21
Love it
Interesting guest, Jared delves in places I’d like to hear more about, powerful gutsy music beginning and end.
201vicky via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/02/20
I came upon this podcast by following the work of Dr. Susan Leopold and United Plant Savers (excellent episode), and have been listening ever since. The threads these conversations run are grounded and bear great technical information, with the tone of ease and access that all ecological...Read full review »
Lauren De Vine via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/30/20
Recent Episodes
Drew Altland is a Senior Manager of Water Resources at RK&K. I saw him talk a few years ago on stream restoration and was fascinated by his historical perspective on streams and wetlands in Eastern North America. We talk about stream conditions prior to European arrival, about the impacts of...
Published 03/24/21
My guest today is Shane LaBrake, talking about our relationship with the tools we use and how that relates to sustainability and earth care. With the winter dormant season coming on, many of us have time to sharpen shovels, fix roofs, change fluids and do other maintenance and repair tasks that...
Published 12/03/20
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