The Livestock Conservancy is proud to announce the roll out of our weekly podcast series Heritage Breeds. Each episode showcases historic animals, their breeders, and people working to save them from extinction.
The Heritage Breeds podcast has been featured #1 in iTunes New & Noteworthy science section, #3 in Kids and Family, and on Stitcher. Here are a few ways you can listen: RSS Feed, iTunes, Stitcher, and at HeritageBreeds.org.
Here are a few of the episodes available for your listening enjoyment:
• Introduction to Heritage Breeds with Alison Martin & Jeannette Beranger
• Felting with Navajo Churro Sheep Wool with Minna White
• Historical, Flavorful meats like out ancestors enjoyed with Jeff Duba
• Pickin’ Chickens Part 1 & 2 with Jeannette Beranger
• Rare Hare Barn with Eric Rapp
• Fine heritage breed ducks travel the world with John Metzer
There are also few ways you can join in and help protect these historic breeds from extinction. Please share our podcasting efforts with your friends, family, and followers. Visit HeritageBreeds.org for a complete list of all the episodes.
Here is your chance to spotlight your historic breed, its history, and any favorite stories or initiatives you want to share with the world. Schedule your interview with C S Wurzberger, TLCPodcast@TheGreenUpGirl.com or call 802-258-8046.
C S Wurzberger, The Green Up Girl. C S is a podcaster, internationally known green movement leader, consultant, speaker, and author. She is on a mission to inspire people to clean up this world and protect endangered animals. She brings 25 years of experience and extensive training in helping animal and conservation-related organizations showcase their green initiatives and conservation efforts for the world to see, experience, and unite. Visit: www.TheGreenUpGirl.com to learn more.
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