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EP#93 Leave No Trace

No, I Know

Release Date: 11/05/2021

EP#98 What Does The Constitution Say? show art EP#98 What Does The Constitution Say?

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The Constitution and it's 230-year-old language is pretty impenetrable, but how can we be expected to hold our elected leaders accountable when we’re so in the dark?  Our guest: Ben Sheehan has an answer.  WHAT DOES THE CONSTITUTION SAY? A KID’S GUIDE TO HOW OUR DEMOCRACY WORKS. A go-to guide to how our government really works. Vetted for accuracy by experts in the field of constitutional law, this is an entertaining, humorous and accessible guide that explains what the Constitution actually says.

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EP#97 Forest Bathing show art EP#97 Forest Bathing

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Welcome to the new new new age! We try to keep a sense of humor but it's sometimes disrupted. How can we manage the stress? We take ourselves to the center of the forests around us as much as possible, for some forest bathing. Out in nature, we reflected on this past year, that is now in the rearview. All Music and Lyrics performed in this episode by James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin. Including Performance of " Hearts Beat in Time" with Lyrics written by Dylan Alexander and Music by James Harrell.

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EP#96 Youth Environmental Action Summit show art EP#96 Youth Environmental Action Summit

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Going Green/Staying Green Series. Young activists are stepping up to meet the challenges of climate change and sustainability. The Youth Environmental Action Summit's mission is to support young people in taking action on hyper-local environmental issues, to build up their capacity to lead and make the change they want to see. YEAS hosts an annual Youth Summit that brings together about 150 students and provides tools, resources to support student-led action projects. Plus Fenix Youth Project Poets Perform.

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EP#95 Jewel of The Blue Ridge show art EP#95 Jewel of The Blue Ridge

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Travel with us on "Episode from the Road" a new series. First stop is Jewel of the Blue Ridge in Marshall, NC. We parked the little teardrop trailer we traveled in and our host Chuck Blethen took James and I on a tour of his spectacular property. Over his lifetime chuck has been an Engineer, studied geophysics, businessman, inventor, entrepreneur, author, and lecturer. He has been a guest lecturer in 68 countries and speaks four languages and the quintessential resource on muscadine grapes and growing the

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EP#94 The Little Fairleaf show art EP#94 The Little Fairleaf

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I narrated my first audiobook in 2005, a little known book called Twilight by Stephenie Meyer, a giant series to kick off my career and here I am 90 books later. Next Guest: Jeremy Forsyth and I narrated his book, The Little Fairleaf. Jeremy Forsyth is a South African fantasy writer based in Johannesburg. Born and bred in the City Of Gold. He is the author of the epic fantasy, Upon the Sands, which is set in a fantastic world where mystery and magic come alive. Music and Lyrics by Kadushin and Harrell.

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EP#93  Leave No Trace show art EP#93 Leave No Trace

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Leave No Trace. An idea that began in the 60’s by forest rangers on how to have a minimal impact on the land, that we should leave an outdoor area that we have been in, without a trace of our human presence. Well there are some awesome and generous humans who pick up your garbage and we are going to hear about their groups, how we can support them and be inspired by them to also pitch in, as we cannot rely on others to pick up after us. All Music and Lyrics by James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin

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EP#92  Lourdes Curacao Interview show art EP#92 Lourdes Curacao Interview

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Lourdes Curaçao is an Acadian-Cree, Air Force veteran, recipient of Air Force Humanitarian Service medal, former member of American Indian Movement (1994-2000). An indigenous activist and empirical researcher in applied linguistics and counter-extremism . She currently livestreams on Twitch and works as Director of Research, Training and Outreach at BeyondBarriersUSA.org. This episode includes radio play "As for Tomorrow" written and produced by James Harrell, performed by James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin

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EP#91 Faith Over Fear Economic Empowerment Inc. show art EP#91 Faith Over Fear Economic Empowerment Inc.

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Our guests for this Make A Difference Spotlight Episode are:  Angela Morton, founder of Faith Over Fear Economic Empowerment Inc.  a non-profit organization which helps minority businesses with a focus on black- owned businesses. We also speak with Pastor Martin Hutchison and Exec Director of Tri-Community Mediation who formed The Lower Shore Vulnerable Populations Task Force, in response to the need and disparity exposed by the COVID-19 pandemic. All Music and Lyrics by James Harrell and Ilyana Kad

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EP#90  I am Courage show art EP#90 I am Courage

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We speak with author Susan Verde about her newest title in the #1 New York Times best selling series called,  "I am Courage, a book of Resilience". What is Resilience, how can we cultivate it and why do we need it in our lives? How do we adapt in the face of tragedy. Plus our latest non profit spotlight in our Make A Difference series, is M4 Reactor Maker Space. Listen as we tour their space and learn about what they provide the community. All Music and Lyrics by James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin. 

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EP#89  National Folk Festival show art EP#89 National Folk Festival

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Meet some of the artists who will be at one of America’s largest, most prestigious and longest-running celebrations of arts, culture, and heritage, the National Folk Festival now in Salisbury, Maryland. Our first guest Sylvia Stephens, is a fourth-generation quilter in a family of celebrated quilters. Our next Guest, Grupo Rebolú, are the preeminent Afro-Colombian ensemble in the United States, playing the rich, rhythmic, and undeniably danceable music of Colombia’s Caribbean coast. 

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Leave No Trace. An idea that began in the 60’s by forest rangers on how to have a minimal impact on the land, that we should leave an outdoor area that we have been in, traveling through or enjoying, clean and without a trace of our human presence. According, to Leave No Trace-Center for Outdoor Ethics, There are Seven Principles of Leave No Trace  and they can be applied anywhere — from remote wilderness areas, to local parks and even in your own backyard. Plan Ahead and prepare, travel and camp on durable surfaces only, dispose of your waste properly, leave what you find (natural objects and cultural artifacts), minimize campfire impact, respect wildlife and be considerate of others.

I am sure you have driven down your street, other streets and highways, parking lots of stores and fast food restaurants and seen garbage strewn everywhere, evidence of human life everywhere. That is NOT leaving no trace, quite the opposite. A willful blindness to what we leave behind when we are done somewhere. Throwing your garbage out your car window? Someone else will pick it up for you? Well there are some awesome and generous humans (Restore the Shore and Craig Faunce Foundation) who do just that, we are going to hear about their groups, how we can support them and be inspired by them to also pitch in as we cannot rely on others to pick up after us.

All Music and Lyrics by James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin