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Americana Podcast: The 51st State is a platform dedicated to sharing and expanding on the Americana genre's roots, reach, and definition. Each episode is told from the point of view of the musicians that have dedicated their lives to it. Robert Earl Keen, Americana pioneer and host, interviews musicians, exploring their unique histories, creative processes, successes, failures, and everything in between.
 
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Happy Memorial Day! On this special episode recorded the morning of Memorial Day, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham chat the importance and meaning of the Memorial Day holiday on the American Shoreline before turning their attention to the ocean and coastal communication landscape. It is increasingly recognized that there exists a weak link …
 
Surf the Great Lakes? You betcha! Two well-known shredders in the Great Lakes join this episode of North Coast Chronicles to share the shark-free sport that now includes thousands of devotees. Ella Skrocki and Ben Sass, both of whom work at surf shops catering to the regional wave trade, share the best surfing spots and the secrets of hanging ten i…
 
Tune into this special episode of the Sea Change Podcast to celebrate the summer solstice with Jenna, the Portland Poets Society, and a sea of poetry! A special thanks to the contributors from the Portland Poets Society for sharing their wisdom and art with us. Happy Summer, from the American Shoreline Podcast Network.…
 
On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk to legendary California coastal geologist Dr. Gary Griggs. Having taught at UC Santa Cruz for over 50 years, and with no sign of slowing down, Gary has become a fixture on campus and on Golden State beaches everywhere. Gary's research is focused on the coastal zone and ranges from coast…
 
In this month’s episode of the American Blue Economy Podcast , our host Rear Admiral, Tim Gallaudet,PhD, US Navy (ret) begins a 3-part series where we meet leading women wave makers in the American Blue Economy. Borrowing from the name of the Wave Makers podcast on ASPN hosted by Tamara Khan, we will learn how women are making many notable contribu…
 
For years now, US Presidents have proclaimed June to be National Ocean Month. This sparked host, Tamara Kahn, to wonder if people really understand the role of government in supporting the Blue economy and the oceans at the heart of it. On this episode of Wave Makers, Tamara is honored to speak with Rear Admiral Tim Gallaudet, PhD, US Navy (ret). T…
 
Emperors of the Deep Sharks – the Ocean’s Most Mysterious, Most Misunderstood and Most important Ocean Guardians. William McKeever attended a shark tournament and it started him on a multi-year campaign to learn about sharks and change our perceptions of these amazing creatures from cold-blooded killers to critical ocean habitat managers. Emperors …
 
This week, Jacques spoke with John Ruskey, one of the most knowledgeable river guides and paddlers of the Mississippi River. John shares his life experiences gathered from over 40 years paddling the Mighty Mississippi. Tune in to learn about John’s work and how you too can experience the Mississippi firsthand!…
 
On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk to Dr. Rodney Cluck, Chief of the Division of Environmental Sciences at the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM). BOEM has long played an important role on the American Shoreline, governing the leasing of offshore oil and gas drilling sites and the overseeing offshore sand resources…
 
Join hosts Jane Connelly and Arica Sears as they meet with Alanna Kieffer, a professional seaweed farmer at Oregon Dulse. In this episode, Alanna delves into the sustainable and nutritional benefits of modern seaweed farming and how it has the potential to attract and educate visitors on the Oregon Coast. The unique Oregon Dulse is already making a…
 
During this episode, Jenna teams up with friend of the Sea Change Podcast, David Riera, to co-host this special National Ocean Month conversation. The two welcome on Raimundo Espinoza, Founder and Executive Director of Conservación ConCiencia to discuss his leadership and extensive experience in coral reef conservation and management, his close col…
 
In this episode of Going Coastal, we talk with Chris Bender PhD, PE, DCE, Vice President Coastal Engineering at Taylor Engineering and Marianna Fleming, EIT, ADCI, ENV SP, WEDG, Engineer-Diver at Marine Solutions Inc. about professional certification. Chris and Marianna offer up sage advice about when and how to apply for professional certification…
 
On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk to Kris Sarri about this week's Capitol Hill Ocean Week 2022, June 7 - 9. Kris is the President and CEO of the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation. Capitol Hill Ocean Week (CHOW), convened by the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, is a multi-day conference that convenes policymakers…
 
Happy World Ocean Month! In a first for The Ocean Decade Show, during this month's episode Taylor is trying her hand at reviewing a book! She sits down with social media phenomenon, #SciComm expert, and acclaimed shark scientist Dr. David Shiffman to discuss his brand new book entitled Why Sharks Matter: A Deep Dive with the World's Most Misunderst…
 
North Coast Chronicles investigates the Great Lakes as a climate haven with the May episode, "Climate Migration and the Great Lakes." with Ms. Rachel Jaocbson, Deputy Director of the American Society of Adaptation Professionals. Will the climate amenities of the Great Lakes pull people from the four corners of the U.S. under increasing climate chan…
 
On the June episode of the WaterLog Podcast, Howard and Dan review the newly released Corps FY22 Work Plan which includes more coastal project funding than any year on record - several new beach nourishment projects, the Great Lakes Coastal Resiliency Study, the New Jersey Back Bays study, and much more.…
 
With summer fast approaching, Jacques and Simone (united once again!) sit down with Kristi Trail, Executive Director of Pontchartrain Conservancy (PC). Kristi is excited to be in person with events again and PC has plenty of ways to get involved! They’ve got ongoing volunteer opportunities, the Lighthouse Museum is open again for tours, and this we…
 
Join Big Tourism’s Host Arica Sears as she catches up with award-winning author Elizabeth Becker at the 2022 Impact Sustainability Conference in Victoria, B.C. Becker began her career as a war correspondent for the Washington Post in Cambodia, became the Senior Foreign Editor of National Public Radio and later a New York Times correspondent coverin…
 
On this episode of Shorewords!, we meet Charlotte (Char) Rygh, author of the children's travel adventure book series Shrimp n' Lobster. Shrimp and Lobster tour coastal cities to inspire kids to get out there and learn more about the world around them. So far, this dynamic crustacean duo has visited San Francisco, New York, and New England. These tr…
 
In this month's episode of the American Blue Economy Podcast, our host Rear Admiral (ret) Tim Gallaudet introduces us to Force Blue, a high-impact non-profit supporting veterans mental health through ocean conservation. He'll discuss the organization's origins with CEO Jim Ritterhoff, as well as its coral restoration accomplishments with Dive Opera…
 
On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk to Rear Adm. (Ret.) Shepard Smith about his retirement after 28 years at NOAA, and his new position as chief technology officer (CTO) at XOCEAN. At NOAA, Smith rose to the rank of Rear Admiral and was closely involved in advancing state-of-the-art hydrography and nautical cartography. H…
 
In this episode, Kara speaks with Elise Mason about her work in diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in the ocean and coastal sector and her work in community engagement. For the reading resources mentioned in the podcast, you can find more about the book Undrowned here, read the article by Berhe et al. here, and find Elise’s blog post about h…
 
If it's true that over 50% of the plastic in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is actually tangled fishing nets, then what about the rest of the ocean? How many lost, discarded and wasted nets are out there!? How do we get them out? Better question, how can we stop the problem from getting worse?! On this episode of Wave Makers, Tamara chats with Sar…
 
Rising Sea Voices is one year old! For Episode 12, host Felicia Olmeta Schult and her guest Dr. Steven Mana’oakamai Johnson have a very insightful discussion on the value of cultural and indigenous knowledge for marine resource management and climate change resilience. Steven, born and raised in Saipan, shares with us his career path: from working …
 
On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk with Jim Blackburn, founder and leader of the Texas Coastal Exchange (TCX) and BCarbon, two organizations to protect coastal wetlands and other natural areas to generate and certify carbon offset credits. In April, TCX announced a plan to construct 1,000-miles of living shoreline projec…
 
Take a moment to explore what comes up for you when you think about national parks. Are you seeing imagery of a specific place that you’ve been to or want to visit? Are memories scrolling across the screen in your mind of family vacations? Trips with friends? Solo adventures? Recalling the sights, smells, and experiences we’ve had exploring these i…
 
Join hosts Jane Connelly and Arica Sears as they meet with Cristina Melo, Founder of The Local Food Culture, who gives us a crash course on everything Azorean. Starting with a brief history of this unique Portuguese archipelago, we quickly dive into how its history, heritage, and landscape have shaped its food culture and influenced its modern soci…
 
In this episode of Going Coastal, your co-hosts Jon and Marissa will introduce you to the newly elected president and vice president of the SNP Chapter: Taylor Zimmerman and Wendy Laurent! These two dynamic leaders have big plans for the future of SNP, transforming how the Chapter supports and interacts with students and professionals. Together wit…
 
This week Simone is joined by James Karst, Communication Director for the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana (CRCL) to talk about all their exciting work in 2022 including next week's Coastal Stewardship Awards, which honors individuals and organizations demonstrating extraordinary commitment to our coast. Later in the episode, Simone is joined…
 
2/2. On this special episode recorded live in Door County, Wisconsin, co-host Tyler Buckingham and guest co-host Arica Sears (from ASPN's Big Tourism) speak with Dennis Hickey and Todd Stuth of the Baileys Harbor Fish Company. Early in the morning that this show was recorded, Tyler and Arica went fishing for Whitefish aboard the Lars, one of the fi…
 
Part 1/2. On this special episode recorded live in Door County, Wisconsin, co-host Tyler Buckingham and guest co-host Arica Sears (from ASPN's Big Tourism) speak with Jon Jarosh, the Chief Communications Officer of Destination Door County. Door County is on a peninsula between Green Bay and Lake Michigan, in the state of Wisconsin. It has a rich ma…
 
As one of the first major pots of prize money associated with the Ocean Decade, Taylor couldn't help but feature on this episode the three amazing and innovative companies who won the Ocean Innovation Prize, a $1 Million prize presented by the Blue Climate Initiative in collaboration with the Sustainable Ocean Alliance. The prize supports innovatio…
 
On the May episode of the WaterLog Podcast, Howard Marlowe and Dan Ginolfi take an exclusive look at the Senate’s recently unveiled version of the Water Resources Development Act of 2022, and talk about the big picture of coastal resilience, including large-scale projects like the Ike Dike, the New Jersey back bays study, and other enormous coastal…
 
5/5. As we look back on 50 years of the Coastal Zone Management Act, we can’t help but note the challenges facing our coastlines today seem more dire than they’ve ever been. Does the CZMA have the foresight and flexibility to guide coastal managers for the next 50 years? Or will fundamental changes be needed? Keelin Kuipers, the Deputy Director of …
 
On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk to Nicholas P. Sullivan about his new book, The Blue Revolution: Hunting, Harvesting, and Farming Seafood in the Information Age. Nick the story of the recent transformation of commercial fishing, a change from maximizing volume through unrestrained wild hunting to maximizing value thro…
 
In the Iroquoian language, the "Lake of Shining Waters" is Lake Ontario. As you would expect, the First Nations were the first to live in the watershed!. In fact, People have lived in the Ontario region for more than 12,000 years. Before the arrival of the European settlers, Algonquian- and Iroquoian-speaking native communities had settled on the l…
 
What is the impact of our passion and what do we leave behind? This episode is centered around the life, work, and legacy of our friend, classmate, and fisheries researcher Anja Sjostrom who passed away in an accident in early January. This episode is meant to serve as an introduction to her work and what drove her to study her passion: the ocean, …
 
In today’s episode, Felicia talks with Hannah-Marie, an Alaska Sea Grant Fellow working for the Northern Latitudes Partnerships. Hannah-Marie describes her love for the natural environment, her academic path, and experiences working with local and indigenous communities in the Caribbean, the mid-Atlantic region, and Alaska. She explains how trust i…
 
4/5. In addition to establishing the framework for coastal management in the US, the Coastal Zone Management Act authorized the National Estuarine Research Reserve System. Erica Seiden with NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management and Rebecca Roth with the National Estuarine Research Reserve Association (NERRA) join The Capitol Beach to share the origi…
 
On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham welcome Peter Neill to the show to talk about the new World Ocean Explorer DEEP SEA exhibit, a virtual aquarium launched in partnership between the World Ocean Observatory and the Schmidt Ocean Institute. THE DEEP SEA is an educational, interactive online platform for ocean exploration and d…
 
On this episode of Wave Makers, host Tamara Kahn speaks with Joe Wolfel about the mission he and his co-founder, Judson Kauffman, have taken on: to provide a better understanding of the subsea environment. These two know that in challenging situations, decisions must be made. To make sound decisions, we need good intel. Joe and Jud saw first-hand h…
 
Join host Arica Sears as she interviews Marco Lucero, co-founder of Cuidadores de Destinos (Caretakers of Destinations), about the future of tourism and some possible paths to get there. This fairly new and innovative organization has quietly and poetically blown up the status quo of tourism. They have reimagined destination management with an ethi…
 
In the April episode of the American Blue Economy Podcast, host Rear Admiral (ret) Tim Gallaudet adds one more story about the American Blue Economy connecting to our military. Building on last month's show where he explored some of the ways that ocean industries support the military, as well as how Navy installations and employees contribute to co…
 
Like most major legislation, the Coastal Zone Management Act includes multiple sections that are often just referred to by number (306, 306a, 309, 310, etc.) by the federal and state staff charged with administering the law. Joelle Gore with NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management and Braxton Davis, the coastal zone manager for North Carolina, explain…
 
Geodynamics, an NV5 Company specializing in providing accurate surveys of complex coastal environments. Driven by marine geology, coastal science, and remote sensing researchers, they use the latest technology to provide meticulous data products to support their client’s needs and answer their toughest questions. Geodynamics carefully designs and e…
 
Since 1964, some edition of Waves and Beaches has been a go-to introduction to oceanic and coastal processes. The latest edition, co-authored by Willard Bascom and Kim McCoy, provides a 21st century perspective and update to the earlier material. Kim also complements some of Willard’s stories with a few of his own experiences as a sailor, diver and…
 
Join Marissa Torres, Jon Miller, and Heather Wade, hosts of the Going Coastal podcast, for Episode 12: Year in Review. Hear about our hosts’ perspectives on being first-time podcasters, their favorite interviews, most embarrassing moments, reflections on the past year, and some discussion on what could be in store for the podcast in the future.…
 
To really understand the Coastal Zone Management Act, you need to know how it came to be and how it has evolved. David Kaiser with NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management joins The Capitol Beach to bring us back to the 1970s (and earlier) and explains how some of the icons of coastal policy and management got the CZMA passed and implemented.…
 
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