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Tammy Bean Ph.d., is aclinical psychologist at Shetland Park in Salem Mass and provides treatment to children and adolesents. In this episode, she will talk about how to talk to your children about violence and what signs to look for when deciding to bring your child in for treatment.
Red Rock Sportswear, manufactorers of a line of outdoor clothing called Avalanche Wear,(http://www.avalanchewear.com) has their business office at Shetland Park. Learn about this exciting busness in an interview with Ron Petrucci who will talk about trends, deisgn, and the business of producing outdoorwear.
Event Marketing Group offers marketing solutions for wedding and corporate event venues. We create personalized-branded content to help our clients connect with their core customer base and prospective business relationships. Drew Zang and Stephanie Katz discuss their process and their venues
An interview with Dr. Nicholas Kouwen, P.Eng, Distinguished Professor Emeritus University of Waterloo. Dr. Kouwen's groundbreaking work over the past year has revealed that the Ontario Ministry of Environment's noise limits are being exceeded a majority of the time near industrial wind turbines (IWT’s) at locations in Grey Highlands, ON, Canada. Furthermore it appears the MOE model is flawed and "substantially underestimates" wind turbine noise. We spoke with Dr. Kouwen about his methodology and ongoing work. Dr. Kouwen's full report can be found here. The graph referenced during the interview is here. Also an update from Sustainable Shetland.
Join Kimberly McAlindin and Natalie Redding with a night of fun and education with Martin Dally. Martin is one of the worlds leading experts in the sheep industry. He will discuss Northern European Shortails; specifically Manx Loaghtan, UK Shetland, Icelandic, and Hebridean.
This episode will be filmed for Nat Geo Wild. Please bear with us while we re-create a segment on Nutrition. Directly after, we will move forward with the breed bios.
This episode is sponsored by Seven Oaks Farm and the Alpaca products store and mercantile: www.sevenoaksfarm.virb.com
Queso Cabeza Icelandics and Llamas. They have beautiful icelandic fleece at www.quesocabezofarm.com
Peter Lombard, president of American United Marine Corporation located at Shetland Park, has been providing quality, cutting-edge products to American ship-owners for 30 years.
A graduate of Maine Maritime Academy and an engineer by trade, Mr. Lombard understands the complex technical requirements of ship operators and he only distributes products meeting the highest standards, which provide both reliability and cost efficiency. Mr. Lombard understands that in order for American ship operators to be successful, they must always be running and not suffer from downtime due to mechanical failures. While setbacks do occur, outfitting ships with quality products will minimize the probability of downtime.
Mr. Lombard is the recipient of Prince Henrik’s Medal of Honor in recognition of outstanding services to trade relations between Denmark and the United States. He was also recognized by the Export Council of Norway for AUMC’s outstanding contribution to the development of trade relations with Norway.
Mr. Lombard has authored several publications on maritime systems and is known for his expertise in the American shipping industry.
Join Natalie Redding and Kimberly McAlindin for a night of conversation with Martin Dally, small ruminant expert, Judge, and president of Super Sire Ltd.
Martin will discuss the origins and characteristics of Karakul, Shetland, Navajo Churro and Racka sheep. He will touch on their very similar fleece types as well as how we tell them apart. For Namaste Farms Breedbox purchasers, he will also discuss the fleece samples.
Sponsored by OH Kruse and their Perfection line of feeds and our April Breedbox sponsors.
On the next edition of Fiber Hooligan (9/16/13) my guest will be Meg Swansen of Schoolhouse Press.Meg was taught to knit by her mother, British-born designer/writer Elizabeth Zimmermann. Meg & her mother began to work together in 1965 & ran their knitting-supply mail order business, Schoolhouse Press, until Elizabeth’s retirement in 1990.Meg was the first to be profiled in Vogue Knitting’s “Master Knitters of the 90’s” series and her designs & articles have appeared in Knitter’s, Vogue Knitting, Threads & Interweave Knits magazines. Elizabeth, Meg & Chris (Meg’s husband) began to produce books & instructional videos in 1981. At present, Schoolhouse Press has published 34 books, & 16 knitting DVDs.Schoolhouse Press supplies handknitters with books, wool, buttons, needles, kits, DVDs & assorted tools. Meg continues to publish books, design for & produce her semi-annual booklet, Wool Gathering, import wool from Iceland, Finland, Canada & the Shetland Islands, produce a free eNewsletter through her website, write articles for Vogue Knitting magazine & run four sessions of summer Knitting Camp.Meg has written 5 knitting books & lives with her cats in an old schoolhouse in central Wisconsin.I have had the great privilege & pleasure of knowing Meg for most of my life. I'm very excited to have her as my guest. You won't want to mis
Brian Borg has been serving the southern California area in the field of Equine Dentistry for 9 years, but he has been involved with horses for over 35 years. He was featured on RFD TV in a five part special on Equine Dentistry, and has also lectured at the Equine Affair. He is a competitive rider, Certified riding instructor, AMHA horse judge, and an American Shetland and Miniature horse Breeder.
Listen in and become enlightened. Hear expert advice from one of the most qualified Equine Dentists in the country.
Lady T welcomes very special guest and Massachusetts resident Ellen Evert Hopman !
Ellen Evert Hopman is the author of a growing number of books. Her first novel, Priestess of the Forest: A Druid Journey (Llewellyn, February 2008), was an exciting new project for her, combining a heart-warming third century Irish fictional romance with practical Druid rites and rituals. The sequel is called The Druid Isle (Llewellyn, April 2010) in which the action moves to the Hebrides of Western Scotland. The third novel in the series is Priestess of the Fire Temple: A Druid's Tale (Llewellyn, March 2012) explores the Pagan predecesor of Saint Brighid's Fire Temple in Kildare. The three books are Bardic teaching tales that focus on the Three Realms of Land, Sea and Sky (Fire).Ellen's latest magical herbal is Scottish Herbs and Fairy Lore (Pendraig Publishing, June 21, 2011). Featuring seventy five medicinal and magical plants of the Highlands, the book covers Scottish folkways from Orkney to Shetland and the Borders.Hopman has been a teacher of Herbalism since 1983 and of Druidism since 1990. She is a professional member of the American Herbalists Guild and a member of the Grey Council of Mages and Sages. She was a professor at the Grey School of Wizardry for four years.
She has been a teacher of Herbalism since 1983 and of Druidism since 1990 and has co-lead tours to Celtic and Neolithic sites in Europe. She was the founder of The New England Druid Summit, a yearly gathering of Druids in New England.
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