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EM Weekly is a weekly Emergency Management podcast hosted by Todd De Voe that brings news, interviews, discusses trends and issues that impact Emergency Management, first responders, military, education, public safety, communications, disaster volunteer organizations, public health, humanitarian groups, NGOs, professionals, students, and researchers. Produced by Sitch Radio Brian Colburn
 
The Leadership Nature Podcast features one-on-one interviews with diverse leaders from across the forestry and natural resources nation, and it is intended to spread the seeds of leadership insights, lessons learned and personal advice from experienced leaders to current and future generations of natural resource leaders. Each episode also includes a leadership tip of the week from the interviewer.
 
Host Tim Jennette (Metal Meeple), co-hosts Matt RoBear, and Eric Ledford talk about and discuss boardgames, video games, music, and movies. Tim is a board game video reviewer for "The Dice Tower" youtube channel and wanted to share more of this thought on boardgaming and his other hobbies. Matt and Tim met when they started the hardcore/metalcore band "Morning Augment" and have been playing music and gaming ever since!
 
Wild Roots is an honest podcast about the state of our relationship with wild nature. Renouncing prominent anthropocentric ideals, focusing on true essentials for an adequate life as a human being; and recognizing the indispensability of our tremendously diverse world by establishing a greater sense of place within that world. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ It will host an on-going discussion about the needs of nature, exploring the current environmental crisis, the importance of ou ...
 
Pop Psych 101 is a weekly mental health podcast hosted by Therapist, Ryan Engelstad. In an effort to educate and normalize, he talks candidly about mental illness through the lens of books, movies and television. Common pop culture mental health tropes are analyzed, and the accuracy of their portrayals are in question, for better or worse. Pop Psych can be raw and real, and very serious, but it can also be very funny. If we really want to normalize the conversation on mental health, then we ...
 
What’s it like living without fear? Do you remember what it’s like being 14? What’s it like living in enclosed quarters in Antarctica? We went there to find out. Welcome to HuffPost Humans -- a weekly podcast about everyday people in extraordinary situations, brought to you by the staff at The Huffington Post Australia.
 
Natural disasters are increasing across the nation. In the West, these disasters often come in the form of wildfire, and perhaps no state understands the true cost of wildfire like California. The Golden State has always had forest fires, but they're progressively becoming harder to control and more deadly. At the same time, the state's population has surpassed 40 million, pushing people further into wild spaces that have been adapted to fire. California Burning takes a critical look at how ...
 
Welcome to Flame Front Radio with John McDermott! Each episode presents a different topic as it relates to the fire, arson & explosion investigation community where we’ll discuss a variety of topics with subject matter experts and professionals whom are active in their field. Topics, comments and opinions are of the Host and guests of Flame Front Radio and not any other organization.You can also follow us on Facebook or Twitter under the handle @FlameFrontRadio. If there’s a topic within the ...
 
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With wildfires all up and down the west coast of the United States, clouds of smoke have been detected as far away as New York City. What are the long term effects of wildfire smoke on air quality and the health of residents in communities nearby? We talk with Dr. Joe Holley about the health effects and what potential protective steps can be taken …
 
Aaron Leggett is the president of the Native Village of Eklutna. He is also the Senior Curator or Alaska History and Indigenous Culture at the Anchorage Museum. In both of those responsibilities, he’s been a champion and an educator of the Alaskan identity. He’s found that critical thinking is key to understanding how Alaska’s history can help us n…
 
Dr. Joe Holley comes on the show this week to share some insights into the recently released 2020 Emergency Cardiac Care guidelines. He focuses on recent research in cadavers and animal models that show a need for high quality BLS CPR measures in sudden cardiac arrest. Early manual CPR, heads-up CPR, early use of mechanical CPR, and the use of adju…
 
FEMA Administrator Peter Gaynor joins us at EM Weekly to discuss the state of FEMA, the challenges that FEMA faced this year with COVID, Fires, and Hurricanes. Administrator Peter T. Gaynor was officially confirmed by the U.S. Senate to be FEMA Administrator on January 14, 2020. Two months later, COVID came to the United States, then the west coast…
 
Lucas Mayfield is a jack of all trades (which is kind of necessary for a fire career)... Luke spent 18 years fighting fire with various crews and finished his fire career as the Assistant Superintendent of Rogue River Hotshots. After that, he went on to become the Fire Program Manager of Mystery Ranch... Here is a little about Lucas: "I grew up in …
 
Jonathan Barry from Harbor Wellness comes on the Disaster Podcast to introduce us to their modular shelter systems. One of the major issues with standard disaster shelters is the inability to socially distance evacuees. The Harbor Modular Room system gives responders the opportunity to use existing shelter spaces and effectively separate family gro…
 
This week we discuss the importance of private business relationships in emergency management. Contractors, training, transportation, debris removal, logistics, all have great private support. EM Weekly Website - https://bit.ly/3jj5Itl Twitter - https://bit.ly/31z8MeX Facebook - https://bit.ly/3dMlbRP LinkedIn - https://bit.ly/34mXyfz YouTube - htt…
 
Host Tim Jennette (Metal Meeple), and co-hosts: Eric Ledford and George Breden, begin the show with first impressions for the board games: Architects of the West Kingdom (Garphill Games), Ecos: First Continent (Alderac Entertainment Group), and Tash-Kalar (Czech Games Editions / Z-Man Games) Since they have went through their Top 5 games with plast…
 
Acacia Johnson is a photographer focused on human relationships to the environment. She spent most of her twenties traveling around Scandinavia and the polar regions, working on ships. Today, she has over 50 expeditions to the Arctic and Antarctica. In Part 2 of this conversation, Acacia talks about creating a record of stories, of people and place…
 
Today on the show; lets talk about prescribed fire, fire management, helitack crews, and the AFE and SAFE programs! Lars Filson is a senior fire ecology and management major at the University of Idaho located in Moscow Idaho. Aside from being a full-time student, Lars serves as the national president for the Student Assocation for Fire Ecology and …
 
We have been talking a lot about how to get a bigger seat at the table. We may be going at this the wrong. We need to ask ourselves, how do we prove our worth. We must do this by actions and commitment to the profession. EM Weekly Website - https://sitchradio.com/our-shows/em-weekly/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/EM_Weekly Facebook - https://www.fa…
 
Episode Notes The Indigenous Anarchist Federation can be found on twitter @IAF__FAITheir website is one of the best preparedness resources available for protestors and other rebels: https://iaf-fai.org/ Camp Red Sleeves can be found on twitter @redsleevesacaThey run a monthly fundraiser to maintain their anticolonial mutual aid efforts and if you e…
 
Pranay Manghrimalani... Veteran, former LEO, and now CaFire firefighter - You may have seen him on other podcasts such as the Free Range American Podcast or the Protectors... Today on the show, we talk about a wide variety of subjects including: what its like to be a CalFire Firefighter, the different mission and all risk nature of CalFire, how fir…
 
Daniel Zehner from the DesignSafe Radio podcast joins us on the Disaster Podcast this week. Dan talks with us about the important work of NHERI (Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure). He highlights the report from a recent StEER report that came out following Hurricane Laura. The Structural Extreme Events Reconnaissance Network puts …
 
This week we are talking to Desiree about her book that explores 3 steps for optimal decision-making, Future Survivor is intended to help the reader, discover ways to creatively and successfully solve challenges during emergencies. Desiree (Desi) Matel-Anderson Web - https://www.futuresurvivor.org/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/FITreadytogo Faceboo…
 
Episode Notes The guests provided us with some resources: Herbal first aid aftercare for those who have experienced police violence:https://drive.google.com/file/d/14nVeF6auCIqQRBh-q3gyEmV5POiYur_Z/view Seed, Soil and Spirit: an herb school for QTBIPOC and allies with social justice framing:https://www.seedsoilspirit.com Rootwork Herbals: an online…
 
This episode welcomes Ed back to the show to discuss the purchase of Marlin Firearms through the Remington bankruptcy sale. We also discuss training topics, Red Dot sights for concealed carry and how they are rapidly gaining acceptance into the defensive firearm world and we discuss the current political situation at hand and our upcoming President…
 
In this special conversation, Cody talks with Dan Cannon, the Tongass Forest Program Manager at the Southeast Alaska Conservation Council. Dan explains how exempting the Tongass National Forest from the Roadless Rule will affect the forest, its inhabitants and the economy in Southeast Alaska. The Roadless Rule is a federal safeguard that restricts …
 
Host Tim Jennette (Metal Meeple), and co-hosts: Eric Ledford and George Breden, begin the show with first impressions for the board games: A War of Whispers (Starling Games), Kingswood (25th Century Games), Honga (HABA), and Back to the Future: Back In Time (Funko Games) There are tons of online conventions this year, the guys discuss the pros and …
 
Episode Notes Robert Evans can be found on twitter at https://twitter.com/iwriteokSome of his podcasts (which can be found wherever you listen to podcasts) include Behind the Bastards, It Could Happen Here, The Women's War, and Worst Year Ever. Margaret Killjoy can be found on twitter at https://twitter.com/magpiekilljoyHer patreon is at https://ww…
 
This week we are talking to the FEMA Region III Administrator. As Regional Administrator, she is responsible for coordinating FEMA emergency preparedness, mitigation, and disaster response and recovery activities in the District of Columbia and the states of Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia. Links MaryAnn Tierney Web - h…
 
Episode Notes Kitty can be found on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/kittystrykerand twitter at https://twitter.com/kittystryker Her five-day preparation article: https://thebolditalic.com/be-prepared-a-5-day-ish-guide-to-basic-emergency-prepping-86960f03279 Margaret can be found on twitter at https://twitter.com/magpiekilljoyand on patreon at ht…
 
In this episode of Chatter Marks, Cody talks with Acacia Johnson, a photographer focused on human relationships to the environment. She spent most of her twenties traveling around Scandinavia and the polar regions, working on ships. Today, she has over 50 expeditions to the Arctic and Antarctica. In part one of this conversation, she talks about su…
 
Harry Walker is one of those rare breeds of individuals... He's a Marine, fitness junkie, firefighter, and the owner of his own fitness and fitness programming company, Warhorse Athletics... Today on the show; we talk about veteran fire crews, fitness, harassing other branches of the military, what life is like on the road, special forces selection…
 
In this Special Conversation, Cody talks with wildland firefighter Micah Booze, better known as Booze. Booze has been a firefighter for over 15 years, five of which have been spent in Alaska. Fighting wildland fires in Alaska, he says, involves more than just putting water on the hot stuff. It involves strategic thinking.…
 
Bobbie Merica joins us on the show this week to talk about resilience in the face of disasters, especially for children. Her One Child At A Time coloring book series found at AOIFA.org is an ambitious project that collects valuable resources for children before, during, and following high stress events like weather disasters, active shooter inciden…
 
Episode Notes In this episode I talk with Mixæl Laufer of the Four Thieves Vinegar about their work offering access to medications that are sometimes unavailable. We discuss their work on the epi-pencil, the open source apothecary microlab, aboritificants, naloxone, and other wet chemistry drugs as well as offering some introductory information abo…
 
Here’s a midweek tropical storm weather update and review for the Disaster Podcast community. Becky Depodwin, our emergency management and disaster weather expert joins us to look at the myriad of tropical weather events striking the U.S. in recent weeks. Also on the show were co-hosts Sam Bradley, and Jamie Davis, along with Dr. Joe Holley. Join t…
 
During the 2019/2020 Australian wildfire season, we witnessed borderline apocalyptic devastation with wildfires in Australia... These fires burned 13.5 million acres in New South Wales alone... Today on the show - Remote Area Firefighter team member , Darryl Luck, stops by to chat about the historic wildfires and what lessons the world can learn fr…
 
Introducing Chatter Marks, a podcast of the Anchorage Museum, hosted by Cody Liska. Chatter Marks is dedicated to exploring Alaska’s identity through the creative and critical thinking of ideas—past, present and future. In this episode, Cody talks with Sebastian Garber, the Senior Designer at the Anchorage Museum. Sebastian has been a graphic desig…
 
Episode Notes This episode covers what demonstrators might want to know about wearing body armor. We cover the types of armor, how to source them, how to fit armor to different body types, what you can and can't skip for cost savings, and more. If you choose to wear body armor, we recommend IIIA level vests for soft armor (bulletproof vests) or lev…
 
The Disaster Podcast team is back with a look at burnout for Wilderness EMS responders this week. James Corbin (@Wilderness_PA on Twitter) joins the discussion along with new guest David Bremson. The podcast team and our guests discuss the challenges around regular training, loss of desire to continue in the field, and other ways responders become …
 
In this Special Conversation, Cody talks with Joshua Albeza Branstetter about the controversy currently surrounding Anchorage Christian Schools (ACS). At the time of this recording, 180 alumni had shared their experiences of racism at ACS. Joshua is one of those alumni. Follow Anchorage Christian Schools alumni speaking out against the historical r…
 
iTEMA is an emerging national Tribal association created for Indian Country, by Indian Country. The mission of iTEMA is to promote a collaborative, multi-disciplinary approach to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate against all hazards that impact our Tribal communities. iTEMA supports education, training, and prepar…
 
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