Orange fish in the ocean - photo by Hiroko Yoshii - photo by Hiroko Yoshii


Food As Medicine - 17-January-2020

Morgaine Witriol - founder of Native Roots School of Ancestral Folk and Herbal Medicine of Taos, New Mexico - discusses food as medicine, how Native Roots is providing students with the tools necessary to grow and harvest their own food, and the give-and-take process of biodiversity.

(Podcast Interviewer: Morgan Sanders. Podcast Editor: Corey Baird.)

Bio, Cultural and Linguistic Diversity - 01-April-2018

Luisa Maffi — co-founder of Terralingua of Salt Spring Island, British Columbia — discusses Terralingua’s global initiatives toward bio, cultural and linguistic diversity. This interview was conducted in April 2018. You may also read the accompanying article: Terralingua and Biocultural Diversity.

(Podcast Interviewer: Nejma Belarbi. Podcast Editor: Corey Baird.) 

Sea Turtles Support Biodiversity - 03-December-2021

Turtle biologist Devin Reese — Executive Editor for Natural History Magazine — discusses her encounter with sea turtles during her internship for the Conservancy of Southwest Florida. She explains how this threatened species occupies a unique niche in coastal ecosystems. You may also read the accompanying article: One Loggerhead Turtle’s 30-Year Journey.

(Podcast Interviewer: Joshua Dudley. Podcast Editor: Joshua Dudley.)