This podcast is a crash course about how to think like a Master Composter and the education goes well beyond composting. Beyond the composting basics, you will learn how to: - Understand your soil - Manage worm bins, green cones and other composters - Control insects and other problems - Mitigate the effects of global warming through organic practices This Seattle Tilth series is narrated by Joshua McNichols, a volunteer with the Master Composter/Soil Builder program. In addition to the Master Composter program, Seattle Tilth offers organic gardening classes for adults and kids, demonstration gardens, volunteer opportunities, educational events, and a hotline for gardening questions.
By firstname.lastname@example.org (Seattle Tilth's Master Composters)
Topics of interest to martial artists and karateka, especially those involved or interested in the multi-faceted, comprehensive art of Keichu-Do. This podcast is brought to you by Five Cities Keichu-Do, which teaches family-centered martial arts in Grover Beach, California. Visit our website at http://www.keichudo.info or email email@example.com
By Rebecca Prewett
The mission of ProdPod is to produce approximately two-minute, fast-paced and thought-provoking episodes covering instructional tutorials on productivity techniques, author & expert interviews, books, software & other tool reviews, and informational topics that are interesting to productivity enthusiasts new and advancing.
By Ray Sidney-Smith
Audio blog for yoga students and teachers. Yoga teacher and psychologist Kelly McGonigal answers listeners' questions about yoga practice, yoga philosophy, yoga therapy, and teaching yoga. For more yoga resources, visit www.openmindbody.com.
By Kelly McGonigal, PhD
Life Challenge's mission is to challenge people to live better lives through improving their relationships. There are interviews with the top relationship and marriage experts in the world and tips and advice about how to live and love at your fullest potential!
By Cory Honickman
LSP's Ear to the Ground is an audio magazine produced by the Land Stewardship Project, a private, nonprofit membership-based organization that is working to foster an ethic of stewardship for farmland, to promote sustainable agriculture and to develop sustainable communities. Ear to the Ground features interviews, reviews and news related to sustainable agriculture, rural development, local food and farming systems, agricultural policy and social justice. This podcast will give you the 10 latest podcasts. To access all past podcasts, please use our archive podcast link: http://landstewardshipproject.org/rss/archive.php
By Land Stewardship Project
Alles ÃƒÂ¼ber die Themen Mentaltraining, Erfolgstraining und Zielsetzung - Kurz, praxisbezogen und unterhaltsam! ``Weitere Infos unter: www.mentaltraining-online.ch
By Stefan Dudas