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Susan Poizner, OrchardPeople.com

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Susan Poizner of the fruit tree education website OrchardPeople.com interviews experts from around the world about fruit trees, food forests, permaculture and arboriculture. Urban Forestry Radio is the winner of the 2021 GardenComm Silver Award of Achievement for Broadcast Media: Radio Program Overall.
 
Explore extraordinary healing stories achieved through Medical Medium’s teachings and other alternative healing modalities plus practical solutions to help you live your healthiest life. Hosted by Kerstin Ramstrom, who has followed Medical Medium’s teachings since 2015. After struggling with chronic illness for decades, Kerstin pursued her quest for healing by overhauling her eating habits after learning about the healing power of fruits and vegetables and by pursuing emotional healing strat ...
 
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#081 - This week, Michelle Thompson and I explore her struggles with chronic acne, her fertility challenges (and successes!), and her recovery from hives. In this episode, she does a great job walking us through how she layered in the different components of her protocol, starting with foods, and eventually working up to adding in supplements, and …
 
Commercial growers are increasingly growing sweet cherries and other fruits in an easy to prune, maintain and harvest fruiting wall structure. Matthew Whiting, Extension Specialist from Washington State University, played a key role in developing the UFO cherry fruiting wall system and he explains how they are grown. During the interview, Matthew m…
 
#080 - Only 18 months ago, Jessica Cote was in the hospital with life-threatening Liver Failure after struggling with alcoholism for years. We dig deeply into her story and talk about how she slowly and steadily recovered her body step by step and most surprisingly, how she had fun while doing it. This is an incredibly inspirational episode that I …
 
#079 - Have you shunned the medical system while on your health journey because you feel that it has let you down in the past? Dr. Sherri Greene is this week's guest and we discuss the importance of having a good doctor on your side, how to find one, and how you can be more empowered when working with your doctor - who should be working FOR you. Dr…
 
Learn how to transform your backyard into a food forest, integrating existing fruit trees and shrubs into the design. Dani Baker, author of The Home-Scale Forest Garden: How to Plan, Plant and Tend a Resilient Edible Landscape is our show guest. Dani is the owner of Cross Island Farms in Wellesley Island, NY and the creator of The Enchanted Edible …
 
#078 - Melissa Saucedo dramatically her acne healed while following Medical Medium’s information. But that’s not even the biggest part of her story. Since middle school, she had struggled with terrible anxiety and depression in addition to many other symptoms like PCOS, vertigo, eczema, migraines, and vision changes. We also talk about her first pr…
 
#077 - Green Architect Eileen Crispell is here this week to talk about removing and avoiding toxins within your home - starting with the furniture you buy and the water and air in your home, to things like asbestos and lead paint removal and some more foundational aspects of your home like water, heating and air conditioning. We also talk about the…
 
Fruit trees can be productive, but they can also be beautiful! In this episode learn how to create an espalier fruit tree planting where the tree is trained up against a wall or fence. Our expert guest will be Ron Perry, Ph.D., Professor in the Department of Horticulture at Michigan State University (MSU) (Retired) and Co-Author of Espalier Fruit T…
 
#076 - Sarah from HealingVaginas.org is this week's guest. Sarah suffered for years with agonizing vaginal pain. She saw many doctors and received a vulvodynia label, but nothing was actually helping her feel better. Until she finally found answers with Medical Medium’s information! You can find Sarah online at Her website HealingVaginas.org The Vu…
 
#075 - Have you felt disregarded, railroaded, or even abandoned by the healthcare system? This week I discuss ways you can get more out of your doctor's appointments and other interactions with the medical system with Susan Salenger, author of the newly released book Sidelined: How Women Manage & Mismanage Their Health. We explore the six things th…
 
In the past, you would consult a plant hardiness zone map if you wanted to know whether a fruit tree or any other plant could survive in your climate. But our climate is quickly changing. Are plant hardiness zone maps still helpful? In this episode, we chat about plant hardiness zones with two research scientists from the Canadian Forest Service. T…
 
#074 - My guest this week is Cacey Scott. During high school and college, he suffered with anxiety, hypochondriacal tendencies, and panic attacks. Medications helped for a while, but after he stopped taking them, he spiraled down into deep depression, dark thoughts, and severe anxiety, and was no longer able to work or live on his own. At this poin…
 
#073 - Have you ever thought about growing your own fruit, whether to connect more to your food or to save some money? This week's guest is Susan Poizner, an ISA Certified Arborist. Susan covers the basics of which fruit trees to grow and how to take the best care of them while they're growing. Her goal is to help you quickly grow the best fruit po…
 
How do you encourage young fruit trees to grow faster and produce an earlier harvest? Susan Poizner of OrchardPeople.com chats with John Cline Ph.D, Professor in the Department of Plant Agriculture, at the University of Guelph in Ontario. John’s focus is on tree fruit physiology and his goal is to discover what factors affect fruit quality and yiel…
 
#072 - Ena Xena's healing journey started last year after she received both an HPV and cervical cancer diagnosis. You’ll be amazed at how quickly and, frankly, easily she cleared both of these from her body! We talk about both the physical healing that she did, and also the emotional work that helped her as well. Where you can find Ena online: Face…
 
#071 - Kevin Espiritu from Epic Gardening is back to talk all about growing asparagus, artichokes, and CELERY! If you missed last week's episode, you may want to go back to Episode #70 so Kevin can teach you the basics so that you can start growing some of your own fruits and veggies right now! You can find Kevin on Instagram at @epicgardening YouT…
 
#070 - Kevin Espiritu from Epic Gardening is this week’s guest and we talk all about how you can grow your own fruits and veggies at home. Are you intimidated by the idea of gardening? Kevin breaks it all down so you can easily get started so that in just a few months, you will be able to enjoy your own homegrown food! Don't forget to tune in next …
 
Steph Roth from Silver Creek Nursery in Ontario talks about how she grafts fruit trees. We will cover collecting fruiting wood, rootstock choices, bench grafting and more. The host of The Urban Forestry Radio Show and Podcast is Susan Poizner of the fruit tree care education website www.orchardpeople.com. Tune into The Urban Forestry Radio Show LIV…
 
#069 - During Smriti Singh's health journey, she developed nasal allergies after she adopted a much-loved dog into her home. She also developed disordered eating patterns and started gaining weight after adopting the Standard American Diet and some of the less healthy aspects of the college lifestyle when she moved to the United States for graduate…
 
#068 - Before Malachy Duffy was diagnosed with spinal cancer at age 25, he had already been dealing with troublesome gut issues for years. After his cancer treatment, nerve damage and widespread eczema started causing additional health problems. We discuss the lifestyle changes that he made to regain his health, as well as the tweaks and modificati…
 
#067 - Kathy Catlin is a certified holistic health coach and has healed from Lichen Sclerosus. In this episode, we swing the doors wide open on this condition that affects our private areas and causes a lot of itching, burning, scarring, and distress. We explore not only the physical symptoms, but also the muscular impact, and the emotional ramific…
 
Cider apples are a hot commodity these days. But what about perry pears? In this episode, Barry Masterson, of Kertel Reiter Cider talks about perry and tells us how to make it and what pear varieties to use. Barry, who is from Ireland, lives with his German born wife, Ines, in the village of Schefflenz in North Baden, Germany. The prize for this we…
 
#066 - There is a lot going on in the world right now that's trying to stand between you and your healing. And it's pissing me off! So in a break from our regularly scheduled programming, I am bringing you five of the things that are pissing me off and what you can do about them to protect yourself. While there are probably more than five things in…
 
#065 - My guest this week is Danielle Doubtfire, whom you may know by her Instagram handle @LemonBalmLove. She suffered with fainting spells and crippling anxiety for decades and we talk about her journey, the importance of protecting your adrenals and how she found the motivation to not give up when she wasn’t seeing results. You can find Danielle…
 
#064 - Kathy Reagan Young is my guest this week and we are talking about finding jobs and work when you’re dealing with chronic illness. Kathy has a couple of wonderful podcasts, including one called Patients Getting Paid, where she explores job opportunities outside of a 9-5 office job. If you’ve been too sick to work or are just looking for somet…
 
#063 - This week, I look back at the best episodes from the second half of the year! So if you have some free time and want to catch up on your podcast listening, I've highlighted the best health journey interviews, episodes with tips and guidance for your own journey, and interviews with experts who help us dive deeper. Thank you so much for liste…
 
There is a right way and a wrong way to water your fruit trees and other plants. And how you irrigate will affect the health of your plants and the quality of your harvest. Learn the science behind irrigation with sustainable food gardening expert and author Robert Kourik. The prize for this episode is a PDF copy of Robert's book Roots Demystified …
 
#062 - This week, I posed a single question to many of the recent podcast guests “What do you wish you’d known when you’d started out on your Medical Medium health journey?” And here's what they had to say! I was quite surprised at the diversity of answers that people gave. I’m not going to give any away here, but you will notice that some of the a…
 
#061 - Marilee Nelson, co-founder of Branch Basics, is this week's guest and we discuss her journey to eliminate toxins, chemicals, and radiation from her home and how it saved not only her own life, but the life of her severely chemically-injured son. She imparts some great lessons for dealing with extreme chemical sensitivity and the power of rem…
 
#060 - This week, we delve again into the emotional and spiritual side of your health journey and my guest is Amie Jones. Amie is a soul healing practitioner and we talk about deeply getting in touch with who you really during your health journey, and also about getting in touch with your intuition, sorting through emotions and beliefs, which ones …
 
#059 - I am so excited to welcome Meltem Evmez back to the podcast. Meltem is a certified yoga teacher, so I have asked her back to talk about how yoga can provide physical and mental benefits to your health journey. She just launched a YouTube Channel – Rise with Meltem – and she has designed a series of 10 minute beginner yoga videos just for the…
 
Learn to use your home grown heirloom fruits in recipes from centuries past. Show guests include orchardist Darren Turpin of Orchardnotes.com, historic cook Paul Couchman of Regencycook.co.uk and culinary historian Brigitte Webster of Tudorexperience.com. The host of The Urban Forestry Radio Show and Podcast is Susan Poizner of the fruit tree care …
 
#058 - This week's guest is Ali Anderson and her youngest son, Anders, came down with eczema when he was only a year old and it covered his whole body. If you follow Ali on Instagram, you may have seen some of the heartbreaking pictures of her sweet little boy when the eczema was at its worst. We talk about some of the challenges she had with the m…
 
#057 - Megan Maynard was a star athlete from a young age, and lost that, her career, and even her marriage as a result of chronic constipation and gut issues, tons of neurological symptoms, shingles body pain, and more. At her lowest point, she was not sure that she wanted to continuing living like this. And her comeback was not a straight line – t…
 
#056 - For the one-year anniversary of Quest for Healing, this week's episode features my own health journey, during which I had struggled with terrible brain fog and fatigue, debilitating shingles body pain, Hashitmoto's thyroiditis, chronic nasal allergies and asthma, and more. Thank you for joining me for this personal episode on this special an…
 
#055 - This week's guest is Tara Tom. You may know her from her presence on social media, including on Instagram @_TaraTom_ where she’s done a great job documenting her health journey following Medical Medium, most notably because of her recovery from severe eczema. But what I enjoyed about this episode, is that we dug deeper on some of the other i…
 
#054 - Lillian Hanagan is a young woman who, during her high school and college years, suffered from an eating disorder that led her to consistently overeat, which resulted in weight gain, body shaming, embarrassment, and her self-esteem taking a hit. While she realized that something was wrong, therapy didn’t help, neither did going vegan or tryin…
 
Lindsay Mitchel, Editor at the International Society of Arboriculture's publication Arborist News and Sarah Ruark, technical advisor at the Davey Institute, the research arm of Davey Tree, talk about the Detective Dendro® educational mystery series, what it's like to be a real life tree detective, and ways that we can all investigate the mysteries …
 
#053 – This week's guest is filmmaker Travis Cosentino. He had been working and traveling full time making videos for his YouTube Channel, Travis Travels. And after about six months on the road, he had a sudden onset of extreme insomnia, when all of a sudden one night, he only got 4 hours of sleep, and then the next night started getting none. He p…
 
#052 - Are you really sensitive to certain foods or some of the supplements? I know that this can be frustrating because you’re trying to do everything you can to heal, but your body won’t let you. So in this episode, I give you seven tips to help you through food and supplement sensitivities. Could you do me a favor this week? If you've been enjoy…
 
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