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Join HTR Wednesday August 29 th as we welcome field biologist and herpetologist Phil Dunning to talk about his work on timber rattlesnakes and copperheads. We will cover field herping round ups. Don't miss this one
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If you own forestland then you should listen and engage this show to learn methods to become an effect manager of your forest products. What you will learn? You will learn methods how to earn dollars from your idle forestlands and how to obtain a forest management or stewardship plans to provide guidance in developing your forest. You will learn about programs through United States Department of Agriculture and Forestry Commissions to help carryout various practices for as timber stand improvement and eradication of unwanted weeds. You may qualify up 90 percent rate of cost to implement prescribes practices. Additionally, you will learn how to transfer title through wills or trusts. This is your opportunity to learn how to leave a fruitful legacy for your children and grandchildren. We will have resource providers to answer your questions. The National Network of Forest Practitioners and Winston County Self Help Cooperative are working collectively to inform forestland owners of programs available to enhance their management skills.
1 Kings 5:2-6New Living Translation (NLT)
2 Then Solomon sent this message back to Hiram:
3 “You know that my father, David, was not able to build a Temple to honor the name of the Lord his God because of the many wars waged against him by surrounding nations. He could not build until the Lord gave him victory over all his enemies. 4 But now the Lord my God has given me peace on every side; I have no enemies, and all is well. 5 So I am planning to build a Temple to honor the name of the Lord my God, just as he had instructed my father, David. For the Lord told him, ‘Your son, whom I will place on your throne, will build the Temple to honor my name.’
6 “Therefore, please command that cedars from Lebanon be cut for me. Let my men work alongside yours, and I will pay your men whatever wages you ask. As you know, there is no one among us who can cut timber like you Sidonians!”
My Guest today is: Clay Douglas & Mark Elsis on American Exceptionalism 4
Americans have more cars than licensed drivers, and gas-guzzling sport utility vehicles are among the best-selling vehicles. New houses in the United States are 38% bigger in 2002 than in 1975, despite having fewer people per household. There is only so much food, timber, petroleum, and other natural resources to go around. The global economy cannot grow indefinitely on a finite planet. The more we consume, the less will be available for others. Resources will gradually become more and more depleted, this in turn will make prices rise, which will become especially difficult for the poor, then this will happen to almost everyone at all income levels. The way I see it, we are shortsighted greedy thieves who are stealing from our future generations.
Every American needs to understand that the entire national press is controlled, and is simply giving you the "news" you are supposed to have. Very soon, all alternative sources of news, including this website, will be shut down. That time draws ever closer. Please go to http://freeamerican.com and www.shop.freeamerican.com to order my books and the new Free American Magazines.
"In order to put public opinion into our hands we must bring it into a state of bewilderment by giving expression from all sides to so many contradictory opinions and for such length of time as will suffice to make the [average person] lose their heads in the labyrinth and come to see that the best thing is to have no opinion of any kind, in matters political." [Protocol #5]
SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--Continuing on with our discussion from last night, tonight we touch on the effects of being silent while Black. Many of us believe that protesting or taking action will shake a rattlesnakes' nest and others believe that silence hasn't stopped the ambushes on us anyway. Join in tonight with your thoughts by calling 347-327-9967 @10:30 pm EST.
Rev. Ric and Carolyn McGee are exploring a new author in our next show. His intention is to awaken, enlighten, enrich and inspire. We are all soldiers of peace in the army of love.
Updated date and time ..... Join us on Saturday, March 29, 2014 at 11:00 AM for Buddhist Bootcamp by Timber Hawkeye.
Using messages from books we will provide tools that can used to build the bridges joining Religion and Spirituality in a healthy, loving and mutually respectful manner.
Audience participation is welcomed and one listener will receive an Angel Card reading related to the topic on every show.
Please join us and share your insights and challenges, inspirations and obstacles, ah-ha's and oh-oh's.
The next show is:
Saturday, April 19, 2014 at 11:00 AM.
The Abundance Book by John Randolph Price
Pretty amazing timing for show on 40 day Abundance program. Love the timing! If we start this book on Sunday, 3/9 we will finish on Thurs, 4/17
Call in number is: 626-213-5652
"It is beginning to dawn on us at this perilous moment that moving to a new level of consciousness is NOT an optional extra but an imperative if we are to survive as a species and safeguard the life of our planet." Dream of the Cosmos by Anne Baring
LivingEden and other shows like it are showing us the way as each step co-creates Eden on earth. This week we will be exploring the spirituality of the rainforests. One book I discovered, " Wisdom From the Rainforest", is an account of a rainforest forest society, the Teduray, written by an Episcopal priest who became a social anthropologist after a stint of missionary work in the Phillipines. The exploration raises important questions about the fundamental principals of how WE live. The Teduray are a nonviolent society, and to learn how different their underlying guiding principles are from our own is both interesting and humbling. One reader commented, " I never saw a better manual for how to live this way than Wisdom from a Rain Forest." I found that aboriginal societies and tribes living in the rainforests all have common guiding principles living a spirituality of non-competition, peace, cooperation, egalitarian, and truly democratic. They also live in harmony with the earth.
Food, timber, raw materials, grazing and gardening land, and medicines are all products of the rainforests which support our life on the planet and rainforests create great biodiversity necessary for us and our planet to survive. We'll explore the spiritual connection with all of these on the show. Please find pictures of the rainforests to look at while on the show. Listen to rainforest CD's. We love you so please, email questions, suggestions, experiences to email@example.com
Ronald Lee Geigle author of "The Woods" grew up in the Pacific Northwest is my guest . He was born in Monroe, Washington, and attended Meadowdale Senior High School. After graduating from the University of Washington, he headed for Washington, DC, where he has spent the past 30+ years as a speechwriter, congressional aide, and public relations consultant. He worked for Washington State Senator Warren Magnuson and US Representative Norm Dicks, and founded the public relations firm Polidais.
The Woods is set in the turbulent world of labor unrest and big-timber logging in the Pacific Northwest during the late 1930s. It draws on the Northwest’s rich strain of political and economic history -- especially union activism -- to tell a story of love, grand dreams, and transformation as the region, and America, emerges from the Depression. The Woods tells a story of corporate greed and intrigue as Northwest timber and shipping barons vie for financial domination; it tells a story of political infighting, and fighting in the streets, as unions battle one another for control of the woods.
Kirkus Reviews, in February, called it a “high-drama” story that would interest readers of both historical fiction and political thrillers. A popular book blog recently said: “The Woods is an amazing book—a sweeping examination of an era, an industry, and the political forces. ” http://disappearinginplainsight.com/2014/03/15/the-woods-by-ron-geigle-location-location-locationspecial-feature/
Geigle won fiction writing awards from the National Press Club in Washington, DC, in 1997 and 1998 for two chapters from his novel.
What did the archies do when they stumbled on the Ark, they tried to burn it. What did these do when tens of thousands of slate tablets and other artifacts were discovered by farmers plowing their fields, digging cellars, etc at the turn of the century, they cry "forgery" to murder against the light, of course.
One crisp Spring morning in 1874, a farmer newly arrived from the East, clearing timber nearby the village of Crystal, in central Michigan northwest of Detroit, unearthed a beautifully worked piece of black slate in the form of a shuttle covered with curious markings adjacent to a drawing of a man's head wearing queerly fashioned head gear (Fig. 1). Within the course of the next few months, additional unexplainable pieces came to light in an area between the villages of Crystal, St. Louis and Edmore-a copper stiletto, a small clay box and a large slate tablet-each bearing undecipherable markings-together with some strange looking cryptic characters.
Wonderment stirred the community. Never suspecting that any large group, other than Indians, had preceded them on this land tucked away in the heart of Michigan, farmers in Montcalm and Gratiot Counties stood in profound amazement at this assortment of copper tools, pictured tablets, spear-points and bracelets now spread before them. How could such unrecognizable material come to have been buried in this sparsely populated farming community? Who, they asked, might have buried them? Were they remains of a race long since wiped out? Certain it was that human beings once occupied this land-here was tangible evidence made by human hands. Markings unmistakably bespoke a writing. No one could read it. Wonderment spread as a bewildered country-side found itself the center of nation-wide attention. Curiosity-seekers flocked to the tiny village.
Everyone offered suggestions. The Mystic Symbol by Henrietta Mertz; 1933.
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Timber Hawkeye, author of bestselling “Buddhist Boot Camp,” offers a non-sectarian approach to being at peace with the world, both within and around us. His intention is to awaken, enlighten, enrich and inspire. Visit his website at www.buddhistbootcamp.com
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The Total Tutor will interview the star of Animal Planets Gator Boy's, Chris Gillette. He is the primary environmental consultant and animal handler at Everglades Holiday Park, where he has worked for 6 years. He has a Bachelors of science in environmental studies from Florida International University. Gillette has been around reptiles his entire life, from having a pet iguana as a child to working professionally the last ten years with reptiles ranging from 16ft crocodiles to cobras and rattlesnakes. He started working at a nature park at 16 where he cared for snakes, turtles, and a small alligator. He will discuss his career.
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