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Habitat University

Jarred Brooke & Adam Janke

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Habitat University is a science-based podcast delivering the latest information on habitat management. This podcast is part of the larger podcast network Natural Resources University, funded by the Renewable Resources Extension Act.
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The Land & Legacy podcast brings expert advice each week on everything from habitat management, hunting, and recreational land investments. We unpack real world scenarios that we experience through consulting across the country to help you become a more productive landowner and hunter. If you own land, this is the podcast for you!
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Habitat Podcast

Jared Van Hees

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The Habitat Podcast is a podcast for land and wildlife habitat managers, and for hunters who learn and utilize different types of habitat in their hunting strategy. We interview hunters and habitat managers from across the country, picking their brain to learn their success's and failures. We are different in the fact that we are not the experts. This podcast is for us and the listeners to learn a thing or two, from the experts we analyze.
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Whitetail Landscapes focuses on enhancing whitetail deer hunting properties through design and management efforts. Jon Teater owns and operates Whitetail Landscapes and has established clients throughout the United States. Jon’s experience combined with reoccurring podcast guests will provide opportunities for those around the country to learn how to improve their hunting property.
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The official deer management, food plot and habitat management podcast keeps you in the know on all of the latest strategies for managing private hunting properties. Interviews with the best of the best in deer science, research and habitat management. Jason R. Snavely and Co-host Tim Kocher fill you in on cutting edge information and techniques to better manage your property and maximize its deer hunting potential.
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Habitations

The Sage Magazine Podcast

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Habitations is the podcast of Sage Magazine, the environmental journalism and arts publication at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. It explores the relationships between humans and the places that they inhabit, through interviews and narrative pieces.
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-Welcome to the Habitat Of Hoops podcast! -A weekly basketball podcast hosted by @NolanFortin -Featuring weekly guests and even discussions with you guys! -Go follow our Instagram and Twitter @habitatofhoops for daily content! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/habitatofhoops/support
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Habitats

Habitats

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Vi lever i en tid, hvor menneskers forhold til naturen er under hastig forandring. Habitats udfordrer vores måde at forstå os selv som mennesker, når vi skal bygge en vildere verden til den fremtid, der venter os. Habitats lever af at rådgive om biodiversitet og inviterer forskere, filosoffer, praktikere, kunstnere og politikere til at gøre os klogere på, hvordan vi sammen får en vildere verden til at virke.
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What Property Management Knows That You Might Not From facade repairs to energy retrofits to rising costs, the issues facing co-op and condo boards are endless. Fortunately, professional management has risen to the challenge — and often come to the rescue. In this series, New York management executives share insights and smart solutions from their experience on the front lines. Their collective wisdom will help you navigate the road ahead.
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Mucho Hábitat

Aldo Tobias

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Mucho Hábitat es un Podcast en español donde podrás encontrar las historias de esos que decidieron salir de su zona de confort, aquellos que se retaron y decidieron cambiar todo lo que conocían por nuevas aventuras. Creativos que tomaron la decision de ejercer fuera de sus países y que hoy su historia puede darte la inspiración que necesitas para hacerlo! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/muchohabitat/support
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Habitat

Folha de S.Paulo

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Os seres humanos estão alterando o planeta em um ritmo que os outros seres vivos não estão conseguindo acompanhar. E cientistas acreditam que o grande número de espécies que estão desaparecendo em meio a essas mudanças indicam que nós estamos provocando uma extinção em massa –a sexta na história da Terra. No Habitat, as jornalistas da Folha Jéssica Maes e Natália Silva viajam o Brasil para contar histórias de espécies ameaçadas, acompanhadas de quem está vendo elas desaparecerem. O podcast t ...
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In our expert professional services businesses, where the rules were written last century and the world keeps changing around us...how do we as experts who have spent years, sometimes decades getting our technical skills to the ultimate level and proportionally little time learning the ones required to grow our businesses based on our own terms, re-write the rules for ourselves. That’s the question and this show explores the answers. Stay tuned and enjoy some brave conversations. Find out mo ...
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Welcome to the HABCO Podcast, where we delve into the world of forestry and habitat management. Join us in exploring innovative approaches to promote healthy habitats and preserve conservation. As dedicated land managers, we understand the continuous quest for both new and time-tested strategies to effectively manage natural resources. At HABCO, we recognize that success in the field is an ongoing journey, and this podcast serves to look deeper into management. We may not have all the answer ...
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Radio Anthropocène s'est rendue à l’Hôtel de Ville de Lyon pour les Rencontres de la biodiversité dans les habitats collectifs, organisées par les membres du projet Collectifs. À cette occasion, plusieurs entretiens avec des participants de l’événement ont été enregistrés. Retrouver nos échanges dans cette série de podcast. Une production Cité Anthropocène.
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In a special Memorial Day episode, Jason talks to two true warriors of the U.S. Millitary. Both are also farmers/ranchers and avid sportsmen. Mike and Zach have battle stories that are guaranteed to make you appreciate our brave veterans on this special weekend; they are the best of the best! The battle stories are sure to pull you in and the truth…
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Habitat Podcast #279 - In today’s episode of The Habitat Podcast, we are back in the studio with my good friend Andy Hutchens recapping the first-ever Habitat Day we held this past weekend at Andy's farm. We discuss: Raising $240 for Outdoor Driven The Downburst demo Crimping & planting Selective logging New habitat tools Timber to boost habitat pl…
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These answers help guide us to be able to deliver the best, most accurate, and strategic plan possible. Boiler plate habitat management plans are so common, but not ours. We ask distinct questions throughout the process that keys into whether or not the recommendations are even applicable or if we need to make audibles based on the answer to certai…
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In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes), Steve Sherk (Sherk’s Guide Service) discuss summer activities that will lead to better options for mature buck harvest success. Steve explains why it's critical to scout now to ensure hunting season is productive. Steve discusses the importance of mock scrapes, where to put scrapes and how to scou…
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With all the popularity of Netflix’s recent revival of the “Comedy Central Roast” we thought we would hop on the trend early. Live roasts are the future of entertainment so we decided to sacrifice one of our own to the comedy gods. The boys roast fellow cohost Freqhandy as well as Sachmo, CompuTor, Smart Plug and a couple friends of the show. This …
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What distinguishes a forest, woodland, and savanna? How does wildlife and plant diversity differ between them? How do we restore woodlands and savannas? Join Jarred as he talks with Dr. Andy Vander Yacht about his research into restoring oak woodlands and savannas and the wildlife that thrive within in. In part 2, we discuss how birds and bats resp…
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Habitat Podcast #278 - In today’s episode of The Habitat Podcast, we are back in the studio with my good friend Matt Zahl. Matt is a fellow Michigander who is a habitat manager in Western Michigan. We discuss: Leveraging cuts for deer Mass crop trees for wildlife Cultivating diverse ecosystems Installing culverts for access Building a sturdy creek …
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In addition, we cover the truths about summer food plots. We address their necessities, limitations, value, and alternatives to planting summer plots. Please give this podcast a listen with an open mind. Be critical and mindful of why you are doing what you are doing. You may need to re-evaluate your goals and intentions of habitat management. Be w…
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In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Mark Haslam (Southeast Whitetail) discuss upcoming land management strategies for handling high deer populations. Mark explains the importance of evaluating food and health status of deer post-harvest and comparing that data to local information. Mark discusses fawn recruitment in high deer pop…
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Habitat Podcast #277 - In today’s bonus episode of The Habitat Podcast, we are doing something a little different. Repeat guest and friend of the podcast Andrew Hutchens has recently launched his own podcast called The.Deercamp.Podcast where he talks with guys from all walks of life about deer camp-style hunting stories. From time to time we will b…
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Jason sits down with the GREAT Dr. Doom, Peter Schiff, to discuss the state of the inflationary economy and how to preserve your wealth as the hidden tax (inflation) robs you of it. Do you know the history of money and the difference between money and fiat currency, such as our losing U.S. Dollar? Jason & Peter explain why savers are losers. This e…
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Habitat Podcast #276 - In today’s episode of The Habitat Podcast, we are back in the studio on the.deercamp.podcast with my good friend Andy Hutchens talking about the upcoming Habitat Day on his northern Michigan farm. We discuss: Habitat Day details & benefits Tips for Spring Habitat Projects Updates on the HP 40 & Northern 70 Debate on no-till p…
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I’m sure you’ve all heard by now, but the Kendrick va Drake beef has been escalating over the past couple weeks. Today we explore rap beefs from the past and break down the drama from the beginning with a full rundown of events ending with Drake’s recent response to Kendrick’s response to his response entitled “The Heart Part 6” and attempt to make…
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During this podcast, Alan and Matt go back to 3rd grade biology to lay the foundation of the needs of wildlife; food, cover, and water. These basics are compared to the needs of plants as an illustration to how each works off of one another to provide an entire offering that allows the plant to perform at its peak opportunity. Wildlife is no differ…
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In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Tom Biebighauser (Wetland Restoration and Training) discuss the importance of wetlands and restoring our properties with better management tactics. Tom has developed highly successful and inexpensive techniques for restoring wetlands and streams that should last forever without maintenance. He …
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Habitat Podcast #275 - In today’s episode of The Habitat Podcast, we are back in the studio talking with Richard Rappley. Richard works for the NRCS in Illinois and is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to government programs for your land. We discuss: Timber stand improvement CRP vs. EQIP Tackling invasive species Benefits of native plants Financ…
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Kyle Lybarger joins Alan Summerford to talk about turkey hunting strategies that were used on previous hunts. We also break down what we are seeing on different timings of fire, fire intervals, and how it relates to hunting, and nesting based on when the fire was applied.Land & Legacy による
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What distinguishes a forest, woodland, and savanna? How does wildlife and plant diversity differ between them? How do we restore woodlands and savannas? Join Jarred as he talks with Dr. Andy Vander Yacht about his research into restoring oak woodlands and savannas and the wildlife that thrive within in. This is a two-part series. In part 1, we disc…
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Brady shares his experiences working on two vastly different farms one in Kansas and one in Missouri that has seen 500 acres of TSI and multiple fires since he has overseen the property. The changes are vastly different. Matt discusses how one long time client who operates a high Tier 3 farm is now adding to his farm with new ground, but that farm …
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In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Albert Tomechko (Vitalize Seed) discuss the importance of soil health and an equation that will lead to bigger deer. Albert discusses the issues with soil samples and the benefit of the soil probe, taking gps coordinates, and being consistent when taking soil samples. Albert and Jon discuss soi…
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After all the years… blood, sweat and tears… the boys finally got a million views on one single video! You probably saw the Zucaritas / Mandela Effect video that went viral last week, and you may have recognized the voice as your very own Mikey Boohyah. And you probably also caught Awesome Ty’s take on the matter in the top comment. Today we let th…
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Habitat Podcast #274 - In today’s episode of The Habitat Podcast, we are back in the studio talking with Jon Teater. Jon is a habitat manager from New York who has numerous years of experience managing habitat in hill country. We discuss: The best trees for north slopes Designing habitat for deer movement Wind & water management Spring food plot pr…
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In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Travis Harmon (Creative Habitat) discuss a project of restarting an area for pollinator blends and the individual steps that a landowner can take when thinking through the process of establishing flowering plant species. Travis explains the importance of understanding when nature drops seeds an…
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Big timber and rugged terrain. Kyle Lybarger joins Alan Summerford on a property that is in a conservation easement for old growth timber. As we breakdown the property, we discuss issues with allowing timber to mature without disturbance, and addressing the importance of a sound hunting strategy to grow, hold, and harvest mature bucks with consiste…
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Habitat Podcast #273 - In today’s episode of The Habitat Podcast, we are bringing you a brand new series called "A Week In The Field." In this series, we will discuss what habitat projects we are doing each specific week relating to the specific time of year. The third installment of this series is with our favorite Minnesota habitat manager Corey …
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Mikey and Ty have been at the forefront of many creative endeavors. They started a church with scriptures and tax exemption status, created a cult with a leader and core tenants, and now they’re on to the next big thing. Churches and cults are cool and all but they don’t hold the type of power they need, so today they’re actually joining the real m…
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In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Todd Shippee (Empire Land Management), discuss upcoming projects. Todd discusses ways to restart areas that are not productive and uses a leaf blower to address leaf litter and resident debris. Todd explains the use of a seed blowing tool https://extremeblowerproducts.com/ that provides an opti…
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Mikey and Bil join you live from California for a once in a lifetime event… episode 726 of this particular podcast! They discuss the stupidity of Americans, rumors about Marilyn Manson, the Channel 5 copyright strike, reveal a new theme song and much much more!Mikey Boohyah による
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Habitat Podcast #272 - In today’s episode of The Habitat Podcast, we are back in the studio talking with Paul Hollis. Paul is the owner of PH Outdoors and has been on the forefront of the advancements in no-till grain drills. We discuss: The art of no-till planting Ideal spring food plots Affordable, simple machinery The importance of soil tests Ex…
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In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Jake Ehlinger (Habitat Solutions 360) discuss burning, observation, landscape design, and deer socialization. Jake and Jon discuss working on a hunting property all the time and the approach to putting pressure on the property and the impact it has and the way to approach improvements all the t…
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Mikey and Ty join you in the wake of the Diddy raid by homeland security to discuss his new allegations. Also, we discuss the seemingly unrelated return of Bohemian Grove into pop culture and open does that might have been better left closed, toss around the idea of re-capturing Britney and much much more!…
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Habitat Podcast #271 - In today’s episode of The Habitat Podcast, we are back in the studio talking with Rich Hixson. Rich is the owner of tagged out seed products in Southern Ohio and has grown his fair share of big bucks. We discuss: Pulling a Winner for the Afflictor Broadheads Giveaway Reflections on 6 years of Habitat Podcast New HP40 Elevated…
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Ahead of a forthcoming mini-series on forest management for birds, Adam and Jarred discuss a paper reviewing the state of the science examining bird responses to forest management in the eastern U.S. The paper published last year by Michael Skresh and colleagues presents a compelling case for the importance of managed disturbances in eastern forest…
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Changing the growth structure from trees to shrubs by using a chainsaw by felling or girdling will create way more woody browse and structure on the ground than planting any trees! You need to consider the utilization of an existing root system vs a new one establishing itself. In addition, it is critical to understand the difficulty in maintaining…
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Giveaway week from https://whitetailcompany.com/ Contact me jon@whitetaillandscapes.com In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discusses his upcoming Deer Habitat Master Class. Jon discusses the benefits and negatives of hinge cutting. Jon discusses the application of hinge cutting and why those that are naysayers are missing the benefi…
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Habitat Podcast #270 - In today’s episode of The Habitat Podcast, we are back in the studio talking with repeat guest Frank Brock. Frank is one of the owners of Morse Nursery and is a wealth of knowledge about trees and what types to plant depending on what part of the country you are in. We discuss: The top 5 hardy tree varieties The Best trees fo…
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In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Kyle Hedges (Land and Legacy) discuss building a better habitat for quail and management strategies to support the betterment of the species. Kyle explains the problems with forest, fields and farming management or the lack thereof that have impacted quail and limited the bird’s expansion and e…
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After last week’s trip to the Blarney Stone in Ireland, Ty has acquired the Gift of Gab! Immediately after returning to the states he knocked out an entire script in one sitting and brought a copy for the boys to read. Mikey is skeptical about the origin of the works, FreqHandy refuses to be a part of the reading in Sachmo is just happy to be invol…
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Habitat Podcast #269 - In today’s episode of The Habitat Podcast, we are bringing you a brand new series called "A Week In The Field." In this series, we will be talking about what habitat projects we are doing each specific week relating to the specific time of year. The second installment of this series is with my Co-host Brian and Al Tometchko t…
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Anyone who has listened to holistic/regenerative rancher Mr. Will Harris knows this is a great duo: Jason & Mr. Will Harris from White Oak Pastures in Bluffton, GA sit down to speak their minds! Jason and Will talk about holistic management from both the wildlife and farming and ranching contexts. They dive deep into the broken food system and thei…
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Often times prescribed fire is the technique that gets hired out to contractors by landowners. They think fire is too dangerous, but they forget about the complications of hiring a burn crew to complete the burns. In comparison, most landowners want to tackle the TSI and run a chainsaw because they feel more confident doing so. At the end of the da…
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In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Moriah Boggess (Whitetail Investments) discuss management strategies for large and small hunting properties. Moriah discusses the starting point of property management and focuses on better nutrition or hunting purposes. Moriah discusses food plots, habitat, and old field management. Moriah dis…
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Habitat Podcast #268 - In today’s bonus episode of The Habitat Podcast, we are doing something a little different. Repeat guest and friend of the podcast Andrew Hutchens has recently launched his own podcast called The.Deercamp.Podcast where he talks with guys from all walks of life about deer camp-style hunting stories. From time to time we will b…
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