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Listen in as we report LIVE from the second Texas Rattlesnake Festival at the Dell Diamond Field in Round Rock Texas!
The Texas Rattlesnake Festival is the first and so far, the only no kill, all educational rattlesnake event in the state of Texas. There will be many amazing animals on display, there will be educational talks and presentations, along with activities for the kids to participate in, and also live venom extractions that the public can view.
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On Wednesday March 18th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, Maggie Howell returns for another discussion on Wolf conservation and programs. She will be focusing on the Mexican gray wolf, #Loboweek, and the WCC’s participation in the recovery of the rare species. Join us and listen to another great show with Maggie.
Steve Creech has been the Executive Director of the Wyland Foundation since 2007.
He is in charge of overseeing the Strategic planning, development, and implementation of programs that support a clean ocean and healthy waterways.
Founded by renowned environmental artist Wyland, the Wyland Foundation has helped children and families around the nation to rediscover the importance of healthy oceans and waterways through public art programs, classroom science education, and live events. The foundation gives children the tools they need to become more creative, positive, and solution-oriented. The foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and has worked directly with more than one million children since its inception in 1993.
On Wednesday January 14th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, we are pleased to be having Maggie Howell, Executive Director, has worked at the Wolf Conservation Center since 2005, starting as the WCC's Managing Director and taking the helm as Executive Director in 2013. She continues to lead the WCC's education and advocacy initiatives and be the main voice of the WCC. In 2014, Maggie became the coordinator for the Northeast Wolf Coalition.
Listen in as we descend upon Round Rock, Texas for the Texas Rattlesnake Festival celebrating everything about our favorite buzztails with live snakes presentations and more! We'll tell you all about the cool things featered at the festival as freinds and family gathered at the greatest celebration for Rattlesnakes in the country! While at the festival, a historic chance meeting went down behind closed doors with Rattlesnake Roundup Performer and star of the TV Show "Rattlesnake Republic" Mr. Jackie Bibby, to open a dialogue in efforts to prevent animal cruelty at Rattlesnake Roundups. Listen to the controversial interview and learn about Jackie's views on everything from Roundups and the use of Gasoline as a collection method, to his personal views on slaughtering snakes at roundups, plans for the future, and some shocking revalations that can be described as nothing less than Historic!
We'll tell you all about our personal experiences with Jackie including the Prosthetic Leg picture that broke the internet and so much more!
Listen in for another ground breaking episode taking the battle one step further against Rattlesnake Roundups that slaughter thousands of snakes annually.
Our guest on Metalsmith Benchtalk on Thursday, April 30th, 2015 at 3:00 PM PST/ 5:00 PM CST is Chris Ramsay, artist and Professor of Art at Oklahoma State University, where he teaches metals and jewelry courses. Ramsay's artwork is composed with objects that he has collected and arranged to pursue his interests in conservation, life cycles, and his relationship to nature.
Professor Ramsay has taught at Oklahoma State University since 1990 and served as the Head of the OSU Art Department from Fall 2008-Fall 2012. Ramsay has taught workshops in numerous locations around the world and during the summer of 2008 taught jewelry making classes for the University of Georgia, Study Abroad Program in Cortona, Italy. Ramsay has been awarded artist-in-residencies at the Oregon School of Arts and Crafts, in Portland, OR. and Acadia National Park on Mount Desert Island, Maine and was awarded an Open Studio Residency at Haystack School of Crafts, Deer Isle, ME. His artwork is in several personal collections and the permanent collections of the Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK., Children’s Hospitals of Cleveland, OH., and the botanical gardens of Southern Living Magazine, in Birmingham, AL.
“As an artist I am concerned with the subtle, yet, dramatic relationship between all components of our environment. To fulfill the requirements of this idea, my artwork utilizes a variety of media, form, and scale. I integrate collected objects into my work as a metaphor for the cycle of change that all materials and objects are affected by, including myself. ”
Chris Ramsay: Meditations in Stillwater will feature more than 30 works from the past two decades by artist and OSU professor Chris Ramsay.
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Earth Day: April 22nd to demonstrate support for environmental protection.
Keeping the basics environmental protection out of partisan politics.
The first Earth Day was in 1970 - turned into largest secular holiday.
Next five years are transitional years in the future of our planet.
Water conservation and water cleaning and filtration.
Species habitat awareness and learning to live among animals.
Overpopulation of humans and what it means to the environment.
The adverse affect of technology on our planet and irreversible damage.
Reading to children about conservation and other important issues.
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On Wednesday April 29th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, Greg Barord will be speaking with Dr. Bruce Carlson, Conservation Director-Emeritus of Georgia Aquarium, Director-Emeritus of Waikiki Aquarium. Dr. Carlson is an avid SCUBA diver, underwater photographer and videographer. His most recent video production "RESILIENCE" is a 6-minute documentary about long-term changes to coral reefs in Fiji:
In another video, he summarizes research conducted on chambered nautilus reproduction:
He has published numerous scientific articles on topics ranging from descriptions of new species of reef fishes, telemetry work on chambered nautilus, to culture methods for corals in aquariums. He retired from the Georgia Aquarium on April 1, 2011 and returned to Hawaii.
Wednesday April 22nd was Earth Day. For 45 years people around the world, especially in the United States, Canada, and Europe, have celebrated April 22nd as a day to remember the Earth and what She means to us. Often times those who participate in Earth Day celebrations go through the rest of the year not even thinking about the damage that they may be causing to the very planet they celebrate once a year. In this week's edition of PWN KaliSara and RevKess will be talking about Earth Day and how to celebrate it year round.
In the beginning of the show one of the collaborators on "A Pagan Community Statement on the Environment", David Dashifen Kees, will be joining the hosts to talk about that Statement. David is a contributor to Pagan Activist. On Wednesday David shared the press release from EcoPagan announcing the statement's final draft - which was released in time for Earth Day. Many notable Pagans have already signed onto the Statement, which is open to any and all to sign. It is a statement from the Pagan community, but not the ultimate statement. Some will not agree with it in its entirety. Tune in to PWN and read the Statement to help decide for yourself.
Olivia and Carter Ries, One More Generation
Kids do care about the future. Here’s proof. One More Generation (OMG) was founded by two elementary students in Fayetteville, GA. Carter (now 13) and his sister Olivia (now 11.5) are extremely passionate about animals and conservation and vowed to do something about it. Their pet project? They have been adopting Cheetahs in South Africa over the past few years – ever since they heard that Cheetahs, along with so many other species were close to extinction, they knew they had to act. So, of course, they started a totally independent nonprofit, and started educating other kids in every way you can imagine. Carter and Olivia have received a prestigious award from Captain Planet. And yes, I repeat, neither is old enough to drive. Don’t you want to join me? This show sponsored by Chapman Automotive.