• 01:44

    Farm Freedom with Martha Boneta

    in Politics

    Join Joe Enroughty, Jeff Kleb, Alex Butler, and Jeffry Sanford on Monday, January 26th, 2015 at 7 PM Eastern, as they welcome Farm Freedome advocate Martha Boneta.  Martha owns a farm in Northern Virginia and will speak to us about the farm freedom movement and her work for farmer's rights.  She will also discuss the upcoming Farm Freedom bills put before the Virginia Legislature.
    Our call-in number is:  (347)-994-2949.  Feel free to call in with your questions or thoughts.

  • 01:30

    Voices Carry for Animals # 27

    in Pets

    Hosted By Debbie Dahmer


    Guest: Val Silver lives in northern New York with her husband and Bichon/Shi Tzu mix, Teddy. She is a lifelong animal lover and advocate with a heart for animals and humans in need of compassion and healing. She wrote Rescue Me, her first book, as a fundraiser for homeless dogs, to raise awareness of their plight and needs, and to show what wonderful companions these dogs make when given a chance. Val is a reading teacher, a healer, and a holistic wellness educator. She believes that it takes education, positive action and compassion to create healing and better lives for all creatures-animal and human. Val shares her knowledge and insights on her websites and facebook pages, in on-line groups, in her monthly Bellesprit magazine column, and in the media. 


    About Rescue Me:


    Rescue Me will touch your soul with twelve inspirational accounts of ten dog lovers who rescued the dogs who ultimately rescued them. Read (and listen to) true tales of extraordinary commitment, physical and emotional healing, faith in the midst of challenges, twists of fate, second chances, and the magical joy that comes from the bond of unconditional love and acceptance between humans and their dogs.


    The dog adoption stories in Rescue Me are written for the love of dogs in rescue and shelters, and for the devoted people who save them in little and big ways. It is written to raise funds to help them, to raise sensitivity to their plight and their need, and to celebrate all they have to offer when given a chance.


    Donations from Rescue Me royalties help shelters and rescues meet expenses and fund projects designed to make life better for the animals in their care. The accompanying webpage includes a list of sponsored organizations, home videos, photographs, bonus audio interviews with three of our authors, and more.

  • 00:33

    Walk for Farm Animals with Gene Baur

    in Food

    Today Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian welcomes Gene Baur who is president and co-founder of Farm Sanctuary. Gene Baur has been hailed as “the conscience of the food movement” by Time magazine. For 25 years, he has traveled extensively, campaigning to raise awareness about the abuses of industrialized factory farming and our cheap food system. Gene has visited hundreds of farms, stockyards, and slaughterhouses documenting the deplorable conditions that exist. His pictures and videos exposing factory farming cruelties have aired nationally and internationally, educating millions about the plight of modern farm animals. His efforts have been covered by top news organizations, including The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, and The Wall Street Journal. Gene’s book, Farm Sanctuary: Changing Hearts and Minds About Animals and Food, was a national bestseller. Gene holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from California State University, Northridge, and a master’s degree in agricultural economics from Cornell University. Now available: Laura’s new book, Jazzy Vegetarian Classics: Vegan Twists on American Family Favorites.

  • 01:31

    Voices Carry for Animals # 25

    in Politics

    Hosted by Debbie Dahmer


    GUEST:  Michael Lanfield is an educator, filmmaker and author of The Interconnectedness of Life. He is a certified World Peace Diet facilitator and inspired and taught by Dr. Will Tuttle. In May 2013 he founded the non-profit organization We Are Interconnected Films to produce educational and enlightening books, films and other media. He is currently writing and producing The Interconnectedness of Life documentary based on The World Peace Diet.


    The Interconnectedness of Life a book by Michael Lanfield with foreword by Karen Davis, PhD explores the relationship between humans, animals and the Earth. It exposes the underlying reasons to the vast array of daunting problems of our time while addressing spiritual and ethical issues so we can live in a more harmonious, loving and compassionate world.


    With inspiring and telling stories from Jonathan Balcombe, PhD, Karen Davis, PhD, Judy Carman, MA, David Sztybel, PhD, Matt Bear and others, this is the definite book of awakening consciousness on the planet, while saving the Earth, feeling and looking great, and best of all being kind to animals. If you truly want to understand the meaning of life and our place in this world, than this book is for you.


    More…
    Inspired by the bestselling book The World Peace Diet and taught by Dr. Will Tuttle himself, Michael Lanfield is a certified World Peace Diet Facilitator. More than four years in the making and foreword written by Karen Davis, PhD, The Interconnectedness of Life addresses some of the most controversial ideas of our time. These ideas, coming from more than a decade of experience and studying, changed the way Michael views the world today.

     
     

  • 01:31

    Voices Carry for Animals # 26

    in Current Events

    Hosted by Debbie Dahmer


    Guest: Mike Hasenbauer - Animal Rights Advocate.  Congressional Caucus for animal welfare


    PUPS Act – HR- 847/S. 395 Would require that dog breeders who annually sell more than 50 puppies directly to the public (including Internet sales) be licensed under the Animal Welfare Act


    Gas Chamber Use in Shelters HR- 208 Expresses Congressional opposition to the use of gases (carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, nitrous oxide, argon, etc.) to euthanize shelter animals.


    Pet Safety and Protection Act HR-2224 Would amend the Animal Welfare Act to ensure that all dogs and cats used by research facilities are obtained legally.


    Animal Fighting Spectator Prohibition Act – H.R. 366 / S. 666 Would set penalties for knowingly attending an organized animal fighting event and for bringing a minor to an animal fight.


    Big Cats and Public Safety Protection Act – H.R. 1998 Would prohibit private possession and breeding of big cats (lions, tigers, panthers, and cheetahs) except at highly-qualified facilities.


    Corolla Wild Horses Protection Act – H.R. 126 Would direct the Secretary of the Interior to craft a new herd management plan with the Corolla Wild Horse Fund, Currituck County


    Horse-racing Integrity and Safety Act – H.R. 2012 / S. 973 Would provide the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) with the authority to promulgate and enforce anti-doping standards in horse races that offer simulcast wagering.


    Preservation of Antibiotics for Medical Treatment Act (PAMTA) – H.R. 1150 Would phase out the non-therapeutic use of antibiotics in livestock.


    Prevent All Soring Tactics Act (PAST Act) of 2013 – H.R. 1518 The PAST Act amends the federal Horse Protection Act (HPA) to further protect horses from abusive “soring” –


     


     

  • 00:28

    Animals Fighting Back (The 'We're Not Gonna Take It' Episode)

    in Pets

    Many times animals find themselves being abused at the hands of humans--and the fight's not fair.  Animals cannot speak to defend themselves or stand up for their own rights (without a human advocate).  But there are times, when animals get fed up and fight back!  In this episode, we explore the topic of animals who take matters into their own hands (or paws) in the face of abuse.  Join hosts J and D, Saturday January 24th at 5pm Central, as we explore this topic.

  • 01:39

    Eartheart Network Radio "Land to Mouth" food, farm & garden edition

    in Lifestyle

    The Land to Mouth Food Edition of Eartheart Network Radio brings you the latest in important food, farm and garden news with ways to deepen your connection to what your are eating and the world it's grown in. We are honored to feature wonderful guests and helpful information for each week as the seasons pass in the garden with the help of Pat Battle's This Week in the Garden. Hear from inspiring teachers and leaders in sustainable, organic agriculture and celebrate your relationship with food and the earth.

  • 01:30

    Professor Bill Crain: The Emotional Lives of Animals and Children

    in Self Help

    Chat and Warm-up Music starts at 8:30 am Pacific, 11:30 am Eastern.


    Ilene and her Guest(s) start the interviews at 9am Pacific, 12-noon Eastern.


    Most pet owners will tell you, hands down, that animals have and experience emotion. Many scientists still don’t accept it, however. We’ve been discussing this question here on Full Power Living, this week bringing you Child Psychology Professor Bill Crain (who is married to a pediatrician. He and his wife also operate a sanctuary for animals, which drew him to write about how animals shed light on the emotions of children, looking at six emotional behaviors that are shared by children and animals. Join us as we discuss the instinctive connection between the natural and human world. Click here to visit Safe Haven Farm Sanctuary website.

  • 01:54

    Life on a Dairy Farm, Tips for Aspiring Farmers

    in Current Events

    This week Scott talks about what its like to be full time dairy farmer.  He will also cover tips for young people who want to farm full time.

  • 00:25

    5 Tips for Healthier Companion Animals in the New Year

    in Self Help

    At the beginning of every year, people tend to focus on their own resolutions.  How about focusing on changes in this new year for your companimals (companion animals) that can help them become healthier and more balanced?


    Join Susanne Peach, Animal Energy Behaviorist and founder of Animaleze®, as she offers five tips on helping any animal in your family, whether it's a dog, cat, horse, llama, parrot, or ferrets.  She'll explain what she's done to help her own animals live longer, also revealing some secrets for saving money while doing so.  Some of the suggestions require no money at all.  Susanne will also share first hand stories, including how she saved almost $10,000.00 (yes, ten thousand dollars!) by choosing an alternate way of helping her dog overcome bilateral elbow sclerosis. 


    Listen in to learn tips that can help your companimals, your working animals, and you, too.  


    "Animaleze® is a registered trademark.  All of the information in these radio shows with Susanne Peach are protected and cannot be reproduced or transmitted in any form or means without the expressed written consent of Susanne Peach and Animaleze®."

  • 01:07

    Eartheart Network Radio "Land to Mouth" food, farm & garden edition

    in Lifestyle

    The Land to Mouth Food Edition of Eartheart Network Radio brings you the latest in important food, farm and garden news with ways to deepen your connection to what your are eating and the world it's grown in. We are honored to feature wonderful guests and helpful information for each week as the seasons pass in the garden with the help of Pat Battle's This Week in the Garden. Hear from inspiring teachers and leaders in sustainable, organic agriculture and celebrate your relationship with food and the earth.


     

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