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World Footprints will take you on an exploration of the wonderful city of Norfolk, VA. On today's show we will travel through rich historical neighborhoods like Ghent, meet fascinating residents like the Doumars Family—creators of the ice cream cone, and visit cultural attractions like the Chrysler Museum and Attucks Theatre. From the Waterfront to the Freemason District, the Botanical Gardens, Nauticus and beyond, Norfolk offers a treasure trove of art, culture, history and culinary delights.
On this August 30th edition of Team Liberty Radio, we will be discussing the difference between GMOs and NON GMOs and what affect they have on the human body. Also we will be discussing the GMO labeling bill that is currently in Congress. Join us live at 6pm and get your weekly dose of truth.
The Wonders of The World will be discussed. We start with the 7 Wonders of the World and the Anciernt Wonders and then look at all the differnet list, why there are 7 Wonders, and where they are or use to be. Why are there so many list and which one includes which Wonders. Where are they, what is the history and which list was first. Bonnie & Ja'Vonne will look at all. Also the show will include, "Bonnie's Eye On", "Ja'Vonne's Travel Minute" and Travel News and Travel tips.
From Sowing the Seeds to Reaping the Rewards. Being the creator of your life and manifesting your dreams takes courage and hard work. How much do you really want to achieve that goal? Are you actually sabotaging your dreams with negative thoughts? Asking yourself the right questions to unlock your true desires is the key to making the big changes you seek. This week we will step into the gardens of our minds and explore what seeds we may have planted there that ought to be pulled in order for us to grow into the amazing people we are truly meant to be.
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Melanie Dobson debuts Shadows of Ladendbrooke Manor. Shadows of Ladenbrooke Manor slips back and forth between
the 1950s and a contemporary story where we meet Heather the Doyles daughter. She
returns to her family’s cottage to sort through her parents belongings where she uncovers a string of shocking secrets that leave her wondering if anything her mother said about her childhood was true.
“Mother daughter relationships can be complicated,” Dobson concedes. “
I love when women of different generations are honest with one another about their weaknesses and offer each other
grace just as Christ gave freely to each of us.”
As Heather sorts through the belongings left behind in the cottage, trying to separate truth from deceit, she has
an uncomfortable reunion with her first love. Together, they unravel a mystery that will change ever
thought she knew about herself and her family.
Award winning author Dobson seamlessly weaves the past and present together, fluidly unraveling the
decades old mystery to reveal how the Doyle and Croft families are entwined. Set in a charming world of
thatched cottages and lush English gardens, this
mystery highlights how God’s light cuts through the shadows of life bringing
transformation and restoration and creating
beauty from the ashes of our lives
This week we have another facinating guest, Dr. Millie Lytle whose modality she tells us, “..is a group known as Naturopathic Medicine-it combines the art and science of healing using modalities incorporating western medicine, holistic nutrition,clinical and functional nutrition,mind-body medicine, botanical medicine, homeopathy,physical and energetic therapies and lifestyle counseling”. Dr. millie went to collage,two for a total of eight years to attain this level and diversity of skills. She recounts for us,”I love what I do because it’s satisfying to help people reconnect with a human right that we have become afraid of,confused by and severed from- namely our right to self healing with the basics of food and self love/care”. Her primary modality is nutrition and she is also a sociologist and ,at heart, a healer. She helps people transform their relationship to food so that their body can heal itself.
Forager and writer JJ Murphy has been eating wild foods since she could walk. Growing up on a family farm in Connecticut gave her many opportunities to forage yards, gardens and woods. After earning a Masters degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Kansas, she moved to New York City and discovered urban foraging.
JJ writes The Joyful Forager column for the Shawangunk Journal in New York’s Hudson Valley. Her articles have appeared in the publications Wildness Magazine, Outdoors Unlimited, and Spores Illustrated. Ms. Murphy studies wild mushrooms with renown mycologist Gary Lincoff and was a scholarship recipient at the Clark Rogerson Mushroom Foray and the North East Mycological Federation Foray.
She studied ethnobotany with Barrie Kavasch and forages with television host Wildman Steve Brill, Sam Thayer, Jim Cappossela, Leda Meredith and has taken bushcraft courses with Tracker Tom Brown, adding tracking, hunting, fishing and trapping to her wild food gathering skills. JJ Murphy lives in Orange County, NY at the foot of Schunemunk Mountain.
Joyful Foraging is a step by step guide for anyone who wants to eat healthier, fresher, more flavorful foods while trimming grocery costs by 30% or more. Ms. Murphy’s easy to follow ebook shows readers how to forage wild edibles in urban, suburban and rural settings, use them in revamped gourmet recipes, cocktails and even pet food, all while benefitting local eco-systems. Find out more at: TheJoyfulForager.com
You can watch the video of this interview at: YouTube: https://youtu.be/_Ia0-w6UmDc
Learn about holistic remedies to fight pet cancer and other immune system diseases with Dr. Judy Morgan, DVM, Sunday August 16, 6pm EDT / 3pm PTD.
Dr. Judy Morgan is an acclaimed holistic veterinarian from New Jersey and the author of the popular guidebook "From Needles to Natural: Learning Holistic Pet Healing" as well as the home cooking for dogs and cats handbook, "What’s For Dinner, Dexter?: Cooking For Your Dog Using Chinese Medicine Theory."
For this episode of Tripawd Talk Radio we will discuss:
approaches to helping pets cope with cancer and immune system diseases through a modified diet and supplement support
ways that we can ensure our pets immune systems remain strong while fighting cancer
Chinese Medicine theory and how it keeps pets healthy using fresh, wholesome food ingredients
More about Dr. Morgan: Dr. Morgan became one of America’s earliest adopters of natural medicine for cats and dogs after making the switch from solely providing Western veterinary medicine to her patients, to becoming an evangelist for holistic care for cats and dogs.
Among her credentials, Dr. Morgan is certified to provide veterinary chiropractic care, acupuncture and food therapy and she is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Southern New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association, American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture, International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, Botanical Veterinary Medical Association, and American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association.
Hear about some information on Community Gardens and some Shout Outs!
Have a Great Community Garden Day!
Mary K. Hukill
Books and AudioBooks: Community Garden Revolution and Community Garden Revolution Notes!
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Paul Relis author of Out of the Wasteland Stories of the Environmental Frontier was raised in Long Beach, California. While studying at the University of California, Santa Barbara, a massive oil spill erupted off the coast of Santa Barbara on January 28, 1969, that devastated the coastline, killed much aquatic life, and severely damaged the local economy. The oil spill was a transformative event in the history of the U.S that influenced the establishment of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Earth Day and other landmark environmental programs.
The oil spill was a life changing event for Paul. He became the first executive director of a newly formed nonprofit, the Community Environmental Council CEC) at age 23. The CEC played a critical role in staving off several proposed developments that would have changed Santa Barbara forever. And, under his leadership, the CEC built visionary projects including recycling facilities, urban gardens and an urban farm, green buildings and other programs that, decades ago, presaged the core elements of sustainability today.
After twenty years of locally based work Paul took an executive position with the California EPA where he helped lead the state of California’s nation leading recycling programs.
From 1996-2013 Paul taught in the Environmental Studies Department of the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is a board member emeritus of the Community Environmental Council and sits on the boards of the American Biogas Council and the Bioenergy Association of California. Paul and his wife live in Santa Barbara, California and Taos, New Mexico. They have three children. http://www.paulrelis.com
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