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Culinary Solutions to Eco Problems - Joe Roman #154: Joe Roman — conservation biologist, author & editor ’n’ chef of EatTheInvaders.org — joins us for the second interview in our informal series on the topic of invasive species. Joe’s research focuses on endangered species conservation and...

Culinary Solutions to Eco Problems - Joe Roman #154: Joe Roman — conservation biologist, author & editor ’n’ chef of EatTheInvaders.org — joins us for the second interview in our informal series on the topic of invasive species. Joe’s research focuses on endangered species conservation and...

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Culinary Solutions to Eco Problems - Joe Roman #154: Joe Roman — conservation biologist, author & editor ’n’ chef of EatTheInvaders.org — joins us for the second interview in our informal series on the topic of invasive species. Joe’s research focuses on endangered species conservation and...

VonReWild Yourself

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107 Minuten
Freigegeben:
Jul 26, 2017
Format:
Podcast-Folge

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Joe Roman — conservation biologist, author & editor ’n’ chef of EatTheInvaders.org — joins us for the second interview in our informal series on the topic of invasive species. Joe’s research focuses on endangered species conservation and marine ecology, and he is a researcher at the Gund Institute for Ecological Economics at the University of Vermont and a Hrdy Visiting Fellow at Harvard University. His website EatTheInvaders.org is dedicated to fighting invasives one bite at a time and is an incredible resource for hunter gatherers who are interested in being apart of the culinary solution to the biological problem of invasives. In this interview, Joe gives us the status report on global species extinction and shares some potential solutions to conserving our earth’s biodiversity through extirpation of invasive species. We discuss the impact individuals (and commercial operations) who hunt and gather can have on extirpating invasives from their non-native range, as well as the role government management plays in this issue. Joe gives us tactical advice for proper harvesting of invasives and for keeping our ecological impact on native biodiversity as low as possible when we’re out foraging. Peppered throughout our conversation are edible invasive species that you can learn more about and start harvesting right now! We cover a lot of ground in this interview, including a fascinating glimpse into the domestication of the ocean. Joe’s outlook — based on years of dedicated research and time spent in the field harvesting & eating invasives — is realistic but also quite hopeful. Tune into this conversation to gain a better understanding of the current landscape of invasives! EPISODE BREAKDOWN: Show introduction: Our native North American caffeine plant Hunt + gather updates: lobstering and coastal foraging Chewstick update Q&A: Recommendations on chewstick species in different bioregions Q&A: Thoughts on blood type diets Q&A: Role of horses in ReWilding lifestyle Introducing Joe Roman Joe shares about his work The status report on global species extinction and invasives Conservation of charismatic species vs the less photogenic species Defining invasives A culinary solution to a biological problem Conservation of biodiversity and managing invasives Joe’s invasive species resource: EatTheInvaders.org A forager’s ecological impact Commercial harvest of invasives The domestication of the ocean Predictions on future species extinction Are there invasive species we can eat into extinction or extirpation from their non-native range? Thoughts on de-extinction Joe’s prognosis for the future of the human species
Freigegeben:
Jul 26, 2017
Format:
Podcast-Folge