Brian Paganini is the Vice President & Managing Director of Quantum Biopower, a renewable energy and waste recycling company based in Southington, Connecticut. You could say Brian is pretty passionate about composting, but he’s even more excited about reducing waste and putting our unused products to good use in a clean manner. Each year the … More Compost as a Biofuel, Waste Management, and Green Business with Brian Paganini (EP. 003)
Jake Mitchell is a Sustainability Consultant based in Denver Colorado, the founder of Sustainabis, a consulting firm that provides sustainability solutions for the emerging cannabis industry. In this episode we discussed the environmental impact of the cannabis industry, environmental politics, and much more. Please enjoy, comment, rate/review, subscribe, and donate! Show Notes Sustainabis – Jake’s … More Sustainability, Climate Change, and Cannabis with Jake Mitchell (EP. 002)
Kylie Schumacher is a Wildlife Technician studying wildlife diseases with the USDA*. She is also on the chapter leadership team for Colorado Back County Hunters & Anglers, serving as the regional director for Northern Colorado. Kylie is an emerging hunter based in Fort Collins, Colorado, and is a passionate advocate for wildlife conservation, especially regarding … More Hunting, Conservation, Food, & More With Kylie Schumacher (EP. 001)
In my last entry I introduced to you all my first independent project – The Drop Off Podcast. While that post was still mainly about me and my journey, this (shorter) one will serve as a summary for the podcast itself! Since recently starting a new job with the US Fish & Wildlife Service, and … More The Drop Off Podcast
It’s been a while since I first debuted this blog back in June. For those of you who are returning readers thank you for your continued interest. It felt great to finally share with some of you the inner workings of my mind. As I touched on previously, I have been wanting to do something like this for a very long time, so it really felt like a break through to finally publish something… … More Part II: Crohn’s is a Gift.