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“Until the bear gets to tell the story, the hunter is always going to be the hero” Dr. Don Dexter, a Modoc storyteller on injustices of the Modoc War and inspiring the next generation

Nov. 20, 2022

🎤 Episode 32 - Dr Don Dexter , Modoc member of the Klamath Tribes of Southern Oregon   In this episode of Indigenous Earth Community Podcast, we have Dr. Don Dexter, a Modoc storyteller. He will share his experience in pur…

From the concrete jungle to the Amazonian forest: Rescuing Indigenous Sounds with Antonio Teoli

Oct. 10, 2022

On this episode we talk to Antonio Teoli from the Amazonic about: The start of the Amazonic Project, where Antonio Teoli—an award-winning game composer and sound designer—lived in the Amazon for 4 years and fell in love wit…

5 Ways To Deepen Your Connection To The Earth with the Malama Challenge. Kaci from “Ka Lau O Ka Lahui” Hawai’i

Sept. 6, 2022

Many of us have lost our connection to the natural world, we walk with metaphorical rubber shoes, not aware of the impact of our footprints in the environment and to ourselves. This broken relationship numbs us to the awaren…

Healing through art and traditional talking circles with Aboriginal Art Therapist Kabushka Ngemba

Aug. 9, 2022

From the Murray–Darling river system, one of the largest in the world, and home to ancient fish traps, with a rich and deep culture is where my next guest Kabushka Ngemba comes from.  Kabushka Ngemba is a very successful co…

A fun and upbeat talk about good environmental news with Taylor Cheíí Begay.

July 19, 2022

Do feel drained by the endless negative news ?  Do you want a break from dromscrolling news of ecological disasters, pollution of our waterways, and killer record high temperatures? Then I have a great show for you.  On t…

“The Whale Child” an Indigenous story of environmental stewardship written by Chenoa Egawa and Keith Egawa

June 9, 2022

We all know that the timeless Indigenous value of environmental stewardship is needed now more than ever and that we must all stand up on behalf of Mother Earth!  I had a very good conversation with Indigenous authors Keith…

Jóvenes Indígenas Al Rescate de los Ríos con MiLizbeth Flaco de Emberá, Panamá

May 23, 2022

MiLizbeth Flaco es una guardiana del bosque, criada en el corazón de la selva de Panamá. Después de décadas de búsqueda a un lugar seguro por causa de la guerra civil en Colombia, pudo finalmente encontrar un lugar seguro al…

Moonstar: Community Organizer and Earth Advocate - On Leading Environmental Workshops and the Power of Connecting with Nature!

April 18, 2022

Welcome to our special 2022 Earth Day Episode! We're chatting with Moonstar, from Walatowa-Pueblo of Jemez. Moonstar is a community organizer, activist, fashion model, and teacher who works with Indigenous youth to help the…

MiLizbeth Flaco: Indigenous Youth Saving The Rivers of Panamá

March 28, 2022

MiLizbeth Flaco is a guardian of the forest. She was raised in the heart of the Panama jungle after a decades long search for a safe place from the civil war in Colombia. After finally found a secure place to call home, clim…

Neil Giardino: Journalist focused on the Amazon and Indigenous peoples. Reporting on pesticide contamination and land evictions of indigenous people in Paraguay

Dec. 7, 2021

A very hard-hitting interview with Neil Giardino, an American journalist whose storytelling focus is on the Amazon and indigenous peoples. Neil is a freelance journalist who has stories published on NBC and Al Jazeera, who j…

What Is Overshoot Day? How Can You Stop It? Overshoot Day with Sháán díín Cedar

Oct. 30, 2021

July 29th came in just like another day   People went through their daily lives, like just another day...    But after 155 days in 2021, we have reached Earth Overshoot day   (a day that marks the moment in time when d…

Welcome to Indigenous Earth Community Podcast!

Sept. 26, 2021

A great episode to start is Episode 21: "A poem for the Earth by an Indigenous Nahuatl Women Esmeralda Gonzales" Welcome to Indigenous Earth Community Podcast My name is Frank Oscar Weaver,  Growing up in Paraguay, I partici…

Esmeralda Gonzales: A Indigenous Nahuatl Poem for the Earth

Aug. 19, 2021

To honor the Indigenous people of Mexico, we have Esmeralda Gonzalez, who is a teacher of the Indigenous language Nahuatl, and also an earth guardian, leading group of students in reforestation projects of native trees. Esme…

Natasha Akiwenzie: The Seven Grandfather Teachings

July 28, 2021

Natasha Akiwenzie shares with The Seven Grandfather teachings, and how they can help us bring balance to our relationships with ourselves and the planet.  Natasha runs an Environment nonprofit group of First Nation fishers …

Osmar Valenzuela: Help Us Save Our Community

April 28, 2021

Do you wanna help the environment, and at the same time support the indigenous people of Paraguay?

Arjho Carino Turner: International Activist in Indigenous Peoples' Rights

March 22, 2021

Happy to introduce my friend Arjho from the Blaan Indigenous community of the Philippines, She’s a champion for climate change, community involvement, and is an international activist in indigenous peoples' rights.  If you'r…

Cheyenne Kippenberger: Seminole history, Living in Florida, and Protecting the Everglades.

Feb. 25, 2021

Considered a rising star in the Seminole Tribe of Florida and crowned as the 36th Miss Indian World, Cheyenne Kippenberger is committed to helping her community. She gives back to her community by preserving and sharing the …

Lets Help the Amazon Rainforest with Yuahula Alay Kalapalo : Storyteller of the Forest

Nov. 30, 2020

Yuahula Alay Kalapalo is in ground zero of the Amazon deforestation, the Xingu region. We talk about what Yuahula is witnessing in the Amazon burning fires, and how he's creating music and film to bring awareness to the prob…

Climate Reality – Lead On Climate: A message from Sruthi Gurudev, marine conservation storyteller

Oct. 10, 2020

Countdown to the Future with with Sruthi Gurudev, climate reality leader, and marine conservation storyteller.  This podcast is part of Climate Reality's 24 Hours of Reality: Countdown to the Future A twenty-four hours of di…

Unity Earth Ambassador: Tami Patterson

Aug. 18, 2020

Today's episode is: Tami Patterson from UNITY! We chat on the work of UNITY to help native youth take leadership roles in their communities, and to live a spiritual and healthy lifestyle. Tami is an amazing person, and we ch…

Exploring Yaupon, an important plant, used for medicine, and ceremonial item by the indigenous people for thousands of years, with Bryon White (Co-Founder of Yaupon Brothers)

Aug. 6, 2020

Today we talk to Bryon White, co-founder of Yaupon Brothers, we talk in length about Yaupon, a caffeinated plant native to United States, and that was a central cultural item for the Indigenous people of the South East of No…

Being a Native College Student, and Advisor in Our Current Political Climate with Angela Noah, Ndee+Choctaw

July 16, 2020

Angela Noah (@angno97) is a National Indian Tribal Youth Peer Guide, the Current Miss Indian University of Oregon, an Earth Ambassador , and a very community driven individual. I learned so much from her in the half an hour …

Save The Bees! With Indigenous Bee Steward Alex Ibarra

July 2, 2020

We start our new season with an amazing interview with Alex Ibarra, from Indigenous Bee Rescue, all the way from Australia.  Alex shares his incredible work of saving bee colonies, and how he honors the traditions of the ori…

Shaandiin Cedar - On Using Storytelling To Combat Climate Change

June 5, 2020

Supper happy of the conversation I had with Sháán díín Cedar , who is an avid outdoors woman, in fact, Sháán díín is one of the ambassadors for Native Outdoors!  In the season finale of our podcast,  we talk about her advoca…