Monthly Archives: January 2023

Saving Honey Bees & Ecological Agriculture (Ep. 83)

Honey bees are well-known and loved, but as the pollinator of 70% of the world’s food crops, their practical extinction is a cause for concern.

In this episode, Kim Griego-Kiel unpacks how optimizing plant and soil health with ecological agriculture can help preserve these essential insects. Kim shares the findings from her research into honey bees and explores the connection between environmental farming and the future of our most important pollinator the honey bee.

Kim discusses:

  • Ways honey bees are contributing to our food systems
  • The truth about pesticides 
  • Tips to protect honey bees and our health
  • How ecological agriculture helps preserve wild habitats and the soil
  • And more!


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What You Should Know About The Conservation Work in Southern Africa — Part 2 (Ep.82)

In the first part of this two-parter miniseries, Kim Griego-Kiel detailed her incredible experience traveling to Zimbabwe and Zambia with Priscilla Plummer from Global Sojourns Giving Circle.

Now, in part two, Kim continues unpacking the memorable moments from her journey to Southern Africa. This time she outlines her safari experience and the conservation work happening in this region of the world. 

Kim takes listeners on the journey of her game drive and shares the ins and outs of their conservation efforts. Listeners, get ready to get an account of Kim’s experience with prime wildlife viewing and hear about what activists in Zimbabwe are doing to conserve the water and wildlife in Southern Africa. 

Kim discusses:

  • The efforts to preserve African wildlife in Zimbabwe
  • How her experience with wildlife viewing and being near animals changed her perspective on appreciating nature
  • The conservation efforts that are going on with water systems in Zimbabwe
  • How to get the best out of a safari experience
  • And more!


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