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The Ground Shots Podcast

Kelly Moody

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The Ground Shots Podcast
The Ground Shots Podcast

The Ground Shots Podcast

Kelly Moody

2
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43
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The Ground Shots Podcast is an audio project documenting conversations with folks who's work intersects with the land through craft, farming, herbalism, activism, art and more. We've been making this podcast on the road as a way to share the work of folks we meet along the way.

Latest Episodes

Episode #30: Laura Pendell on the work of the late Dale Pendell: ethnobotanist, poet and writer who conducted unique and important research on 'power plants'

EA conversation with Laura Pendell, the partner of the late Dale Pendell, ethnobotanist and author of the Pharmako trilogy, books on poison plants.

106 MIN1 w ago
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Episode #30: Laura Pendell on the work of the late Dale Pendell: ethnobotanist, poet and writer who conducted unique and important research on 'power plants'

Marc Williams on the Green Path, the urgency of 're-localizing' and accessibility issues around learning land-based skills

Ethnobiologist Marc Williams on following and defining the Green Path, the urgency of learning skills of sustainability and 're-localizing,' accessibility issues around learning land-based skills, the ecological impact of travel, the importance of pilgrimage, and more.

76 MINNOV 13
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Marc Williams on the Green Path, the urgency of 're-localizing' and accessibility issues around learning land-based skills

Tamara Wilder on wild foods in northern California, animal processing, wild tending, and the importance of ancient technologies

Ancestral skills instructor Tamara Wilder speaks on the importance of connecting to ancient technologies, wild foods of northern California, animal processing, wild management practices and more.

99 MINOCT 29
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Tamara Wilder on wild foods in northern California, animal processing, wild tending, and the importance of ancient technologies

Katie Russell on building political and cultural bridges with the Buffalo Bridge Project outside of Yellowstone National Park

Katie Russell on the work of the Buffalo Bridge Project, the importance of the buffalo to ecological and cultural health, some history on the genocide of the buffalo, thoughts of fear of the wild, and more.

68 MINOCT 10
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Katie Russell on building political and cultural bridges with the Buffalo Bridge Project outside of Yellowstone National Park

Acoustic Ecology mixtape with Lisa Schonberg: using sounds from the Brazilian Amazon, Hawai'ian islands

An acoustic ecology focused mixtape made from compositions by Lisa Schonberg, Secret Drum Band and UAU. This episode features music made by Lisa, who is interviewed about her work in Episode #25.

40 MINSEP 27
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Acoustic Ecology mixtape with Lisa Schonberg: using sounds from the Brazilian Amazon, Hawai'ian islands

Lisa Schonberg on using acoustic ecology to study ants in the Amazon and endemic bees in Hawai'i, making science accessible through musical composition

Lisa Schonberg on her acoustic ecology work in the neo-tropics, her ATTA (Amplifying The Tropical Ants) research and music projects, studying endemic bees in Hawai'i with the Hylaeus project, HJ Andrews Experimental forest, the importance of making scientific research accessible with art and music.

51 MINSEP 27
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Lisa Schonberg on using acoustic ecology to study ants in the Amazon and endemic bees in Hawai'i, making science accessible through musical composition

A musical ode to the Arrowleaf Balsamroot: a morning with Epona and Rainin Heathen at the Saskatoon Circle Gathering, in the Methow Valley, Washington

Epona sings music one morning in Twisp, Washington about the Arrowleaf Balsamroot, speaks on her relationship to seasonal cycles, her ancestry, grief, wild tending in the west, and more.

52 MINSEP 4
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A musical ode to the Arrowleaf Balsamroot: a morning with Epona and Rainin Heathen at the Saskatoon Circle Gathering, in the Methow Valley, Washington

Episode #23: Steven Edholm of Paleotechnics and Skillcult on bark-tanning leather naturally

This episode of the Ground Shots Podcast features a conversation with Steven Edholm on the methods and philosophy behind the traditional art of bark tanning leather using natural materials from the land.

120 MINSEP 2
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Episode #23: Steven Edholm of Paleotechnics and Skillcult on bark-tanning leather naturally

A candid evening of conversation in Santa, Idaho with Alyssa Sacora of the Patchwork Underground on The Ground Shots Project, travel, trauma, love, old ways of making things, connecting to the land through our work

A conversation with Alyssa Sacora on the ecology of place, trauma, travel, making things, more on the Ground Shots Project and trusting in the mystery of the process.

75 MINAUG 3
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A candid evening of conversation in Santa, Idaho with Alyssa Sacora of the Patchwork Underground on The Ground Shots Project, travel, trauma, love, old ways of making things, connecting to the land through our work

Alicia Toldi on promoting accessible artist residencies with the Piney Wood Atlas project, spoon carving and post-permaculture training reflections

This episode of the Ground Shots Podcast features a conversation with Alicia Toldi, on spoon carving and Piney Wood Atlas - a collaborative project documenting small and unconventional artist residencies on the road and shared via zine, blog and instagram.

81 MINAUG 3
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Alicia Toldi on promoting accessible artist residencies with the Piney Wood Atlas project, spoon carving and post-permaculture training reflections

Latest Episodes

Episode #30: Laura Pendell on the work of the late Dale Pendell: ethnobotanist, poet and writer who conducted unique and important research on 'power plants'

EA conversation with Laura Pendell, the partner of the late Dale Pendell, ethnobotanist and author of the Pharmako trilogy, books on poison plants.

106 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode #30: Laura Pendell on the work of the late Dale Pendell: ethnobotanist, poet and writer who conducted unique and important research on 'power plants'

Marc Williams on the Green Path, the urgency of 're-localizing' and accessibility issues around learning land-based skills

Ethnobiologist Marc Williams on following and defining the Green Path, the urgency of learning skills of sustainability and 're-localizing,' accessibility issues around learning land-based skills, the ecological impact of travel, the importance of pilgrimage, and more.

76 MINNOV 13
Comments
Marc Williams on the Green Path, the urgency of 're-localizing' and accessibility issues around learning land-based skills

Tamara Wilder on wild foods in northern California, animal processing, wild tending, and the importance of ancient technologies

Ancestral skills instructor Tamara Wilder speaks on the importance of connecting to ancient technologies, wild foods of northern California, animal processing, wild management practices and more.

99 MINOCT 29
Comments
Tamara Wilder on wild foods in northern California, animal processing, wild tending, and the importance of ancient technologies

Katie Russell on building political and cultural bridges with the Buffalo Bridge Project outside of Yellowstone National Park

Katie Russell on the work of the Buffalo Bridge Project, the importance of the buffalo to ecological and cultural health, some history on the genocide of the buffalo, thoughts of fear of the wild, and more.

68 MINOCT 10
Comments
Katie Russell on building political and cultural bridges with the Buffalo Bridge Project outside of Yellowstone National Park

Acoustic Ecology mixtape with Lisa Schonberg: using sounds from the Brazilian Amazon, Hawai'ian islands

An acoustic ecology focused mixtape made from compositions by Lisa Schonberg, Secret Drum Band and UAU. This episode features music made by Lisa, who is interviewed about her work in Episode #25.

40 MINSEP 27
Comments
Acoustic Ecology mixtape with Lisa Schonberg: using sounds from the Brazilian Amazon, Hawai'ian islands

Lisa Schonberg on using acoustic ecology to study ants in the Amazon and endemic bees in Hawai'i, making science accessible through musical composition

Lisa Schonberg on her acoustic ecology work in the neo-tropics, her ATTA (Amplifying The Tropical Ants) research and music projects, studying endemic bees in Hawai'i with the Hylaeus project, HJ Andrews Experimental forest, the importance of making scientific research accessible with art and music.

51 MINSEP 27
Comments
Lisa Schonberg on using acoustic ecology to study ants in the Amazon and endemic bees in Hawai'i, making science accessible through musical composition

A musical ode to the Arrowleaf Balsamroot: a morning with Epona and Rainin Heathen at the Saskatoon Circle Gathering, in the Methow Valley, Washington

Epona sings music one morning in Twisp, Washington about the Arrowleaf Balsamroot, speaks on her relationship to seasonal cycles, her ancestry, grief, wild tending in the west, and more.

52 MINSEP 4
Comments
A musical ode to the Arrowleaf Balsamroot: a morning with Epona and Rainin Heathen at the Saskatoon Circle Gathering, in the Methow Valley, Washington

Episode #23: Steven Edholm of Paleotechnics and Skillcult on bark-tanning leather naturally

This episode of the Ground Shots Podcast features a conversation with Steven Edholm on the methods and philosophy behind the traditional art of bark tanning leather using natural materials from the land.

120 MINSEP 2
Comments
Episode #23: Steven Edholm of Paleotechnics and Skillcult on bark-tanning leather naturally

A candid evening of conversation in Santa, Idaho with Alyssa Sacora of the Patchwork Underground on The Ground Shots Project, travel, trauma, love, old ways of making things, connecting to the land through our work

A conversation with Alyssa Sacora on the ecology of place, trauma, travel, making things, more on the Ground Shots Project and trusting in the mystery of the process.

75 MINAUG 3
Comments
A candid evening of conversation in Santa, Idaho with Alyssa Sacora of the Patchwork Underground on The Ground Shots Project, travel, trauma, love, old ways of making things, connecting to the land through our work

Alicia Toldi on promoting accessible artist residencies with the Piney Wood Atlas project, spoon carving and post-permaculture training reflections

This episode of the Ground Shots Podcast features a conversation with Alicia Toldi, on spoon carving and Piney Wood Atlas - a collaborative project documenting small and unconventional artist residencies on the road and shared via zine, blog and instagram.

81 MINAUG 3
Comments
Alicia Toldi on promoting accessible artist residencies with the Piney Wood Atlas project, spoon carving and post-permaculture training reflections
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