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Spreading knowledge by bridging the gap between humans, flora, and funga. Come listen to fun facts about plants and fungi and why so many of them are underrated. Everything is connected above and below ground. I want to share my knowledge, questions and grow together as we go. For more information please feel free to contact me at www.florafungapodcast.com OR email me at floraandfungapodcast@gmail.com
 
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21: This week we chat with Loretta "MapsBolt" from Biotunes and Cannatunes. Biotunes is about generating plant music and making sacred plant experiences. Loretta takes the music and uses it for platforms for storytelling. Music is influential and I hope everyone enjoys this topic as much as I did. Go check out Biotunes music HERE Go check out Canna…
 
20: Hello my scientists, today we chat with Steven Leavitt and Lili from the Lichenology Lab at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Steven is a professor and Lili is his student. Lili has taken on the role of posting on their Instagram page (Lichens_irl). In this episode we chat about: How Lichenology can be both Scientific and Artistic How sc…
 
19: Hello my scientists, this week we chat with Adrienne Berry from Waterlilly Botanicals. She is from The Navajo (Diné) Tribe on the Diné Nation. She was born of the Bitter Water Clan and was born for the Beginning of the Red Streak People Clan. Adrienne works and lives currently in Eastern Oregon on the Confederated Tribes of Umatilla Indian Rese…
 
18: This week we chat with Dr. Ayla Wolf, a Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine with an emphasis in neurological disorders, concussions, and traumatic brain injuries. She has a career at Carrick Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation. She is also an international speaker and educator on functional neuroanatomy, neurophysiolog…
 
Hello scientists, Today we have a different type of interview where Howard Sprouse from episode 10 interviewed me so ya'll can learn more about me and how I got into flora and funga and why I started this podcast. Make sure to watch and follow along with the YouTube channel to see the photos and presentation. Some topics we cover are: how my childh…
 
16: Today we chat with Laura Adrian a healer, writer, and teacher. She has her bachelors in Chemistry and Environmental studies. She grew up going to an environmental school which played a big role in how she thought about nature and the human connection. We chat about how people depend on nature for everyday things and how reconnecting will improv…
 
http://www.florafungapodcast.com Today we talk with Addie Theis a Wetland Delineator and Prairiologist from Mankato, Minnesota. I have been looking forward to catching up with her for quite some time since we went to school together-- both graduating with our Plant Science degrees. She continued with getting her Masters in Biology Education. In thi…
 
Ep: 14 I'm Kaitlyn Kuehn a plant biologist with a thirst for mycology. Today we talk with an herbalist Annie Doran owner of Lion's Tooth Apothecary. Her mission is focusing on holistic health, ethical practice and remind each person that plants can heal us, if we let them. In this weeks episode we cover: How to prepare and forage for urban medicina…
 
http://www.florafungapodcast.com Today we talk with Dr. Elaine Ingham a Microbiologist who has discovered the soil food web and is the President and founder of Dr. Elaine's Soil Food Web School. Elaine and I talk about what the soil food web is and why it's important. Elaine has her B.A. in Biology and Chemistry, and her MS in Microbiology and Ph. …
 
Hello my scientists, I'm Kaitlyn Kuehn a plant biologist with a thirst for mycology. Today we talk with Judith Felten a researcher at the Department of Forest Genetics and Plant Physiology, Umeå Plant Science Center in Sweden. Her research interests are pertaining to the development of ectomycorrhzial symbioses. Her research aims on understanding t…
 
Episode 11: Hello my scientists, I'm Kaitlyn Kuehn a plant biologist with a thirst for mycology. Today we talk with Michael Phillips a holistic farmer and a multiple book author. One of my favorite books on fungal mycelium and mycorrhizae, Mycorrhizal Planet: How Fungi and Plants Work Together to Create Dynamic Soils. Michael Phillips is known for …
 
Hello my scientists, I'm Kaitlyn Kuehn a plant biologist with a thirst for mycology. Today we talk with Howard Sprouse founder of The Remediators. Howard has his toes in many ponds from doing research in Washington at Peninsula College to starting a boat company all the way to Alaska research with Salmon. His current interest is dealing with mycore…
 
Episode 9: Hello my scientists, I'm Kaitlyn Kuehn a plant biologist with a thirst for mycology. Today we talk with Lesa De Bergh owner of Lumiere Healing Arts. Lesa provides Reiki inspired yoga for individuals and group sessions to focus on promoting innate healing powers of the mind, body, and spirit. We also discuss the interactions between plant…
 
Episode 8: Hello my scientists, I'm Kaitlyn Kuehn a plant biologist with a thirst for mycology. Today we talk with Dr. Christopher Ruhland, a plant physiology and my past professor at Minnesota State University-Mankato. We cover what photosynthesis is and how it works. If its a little too much information, you can find visual helpers on my YouTube …
 
Episode 7: Hello my scientists, I'm Kaitlyn Kuehn a plant biologist with a thirst for mycology. Today we talk with Willow the founder of Flora Funga Farms. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge about medicinal plants and fungi in order to open the minds to humans into the herbalist world. Flora Funga Farms are growers and foragers of fine f…
 
Episode 6: Hello my scientists, I'm Kaitlyn Kuehn a plant biologist with a thirst for mycology. Today we have a nerdy philosophical chat with Sam the Fungi. He is dedicated to ending Mycophobia, changing Mycostigma and connecting people through the power of Mycelium. Sam is a member of the Central Texas Mycological Society and has been working with…
 
Episode 5: Hello my scientists, I'm Kaitlyn Kuehn a plant biologist with a thirst for mycology. Today we talk about the top 7 reasons why plant-fungi interactions are important with guest Randall Simonson. Plant metabolism: Photosynthesis, Protein Synthesis, Lipids, Induced Systemic resistance Biodiversity: Soil fungi act like a support network Pra…
 
Episode 4: Hello my scientists, Today we talk about the 5 reasons why fungi are important. Nutrient cycling Culinary Organifi GOLD , Four Sigmatic coffee , Fungi Perfecti/Host defense, Chaga at Forest to Fork Fungal materials: Amadou hat Mycorrhizae Decomposers (plastic/radiation/heavy metals/lignin) How fungi are closer to animals than plants, som…
 
Episode 3: Hello my scientists, Today we talk about the 5 reasons why plants are important. Food Carbon Cycle Oxygen Shelter Beauty/medicine Also some fun flora facts, juicy news, quote a scientist, and this weeks book recommendation. Join me on this wild ride as we dive into episode 3. Drank of the Week: Nespresso: Stormio Juicy News: Umea Univers…
 
Episode 2: Hello my scientists, Today we talk about what a fungus is and how they evolved, a couple groups of fungi, some fun funga facts, juicy news, quote a scientist, and this weeks book recommendation. Join me on this wild ride as we dive into episode 2. Drank of the Week: Yantra Green Tea Juicy News: Stanford University. "Fungal diversity and …
 
Episode 1: Hello my scientists, Today we talk about what a plant is and how they evolved from the Big Bang to the present. I go over parts of a plant, some fun flora facts, juicy news, quote a scientist, and this weeks book recommendation. Join me on this wild ride as we dive into episode 1. Juicy News: Faculty of Science - University of Copenhagen…
 
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