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The Quiet Revolution
26 minutes | Dec 7, 2020
Bringing Back the Buffalo with Jason Baldes
Joining the conversation is Jason Baldes, tribal member of the Eastern Shoshone and the Tribal Buffalo Coordinator for the Tribal Partnerships Program at the National Wildlife Federation. Baldes speaks to his work in re-establishing Native bison herds on the Wind River Indian Reservation.
22 minutes | Nov 18, 2020
Preserving Northern Cheyenne Language and Culture at Chief Knife College
Bringing forth the perspectives of Kathy Beartusk, the Administrative Assistant at Chief Dull Knife College, and Anthony Whitedirt, a Historical Researcher at Chief Dull Knife College, and their passion for education and language preservation within the Northern Cheyenne Reservation.
16 minutes | Nov 16, 2020
Listen! It's Time to Hear the Quiet Revolution with Dr. Florence Dunkel
The host of the series, Dr. Florence Dunkel, brings a wealth of knowledge from a lifetime of work and advocacy of edible insects and explains the importance of the educational transformation that is behind The Quiet Revolution.
14 minutes | Nov 15, 2020
Mystical Molecular Biology with Dr. Burcu Alptekin
Meet Dr. Burcu Alptekin, a Turkish citizen and postdoctoral associate working on plant-soil-microbe interactions at the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Alptekin’s knowledge base straddles the realms of molecular plant genetics to the holistic process of Traditional Ecological Knowledge.
16 minutes | Nov 15, 2020
Putting the Culture Back in Agriculture with Dr. Hiram Larew
Travel to Maryland and sit around the virtual campfire with Dr. Dunekl and Dr. Hiram Larew. Dr. Larew is an entomologist who spent his career at the USDA in collaboration with the USAID and is the founder of the Poetry X Hunger Initiative. From the Farm Bill to poetry, Dr. Larew discusses the need to bring the culture back to agriculture, to solve some of our world's largest problems.
15 minutes | Nov 15, 2020
Northern Cheyenne Traditional Plant Knowledge with Linwood Tall Bull
Dr. Dunkel hosts Linwood Tall Bull, member of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe and the Chief Dull Knife College Ethnobotanist, who speaks to the wisdom of plants and their role in traditional knowledge.
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