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episodes

below you will find treehugger episodes as well as highlights from other channels with me as a guest

how we exist with and amongst each other

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Renata Poulton Kamakura reminds us of the importance of nearby nature and the power in community that orbit around urban ecology. Renata is a PhD student at Duke University’s Clark Lab, a NatureNet science fellow, and a NSF Graduate Research Fellow. Renata’s current work is mostly within the realm of urban ecology and a madrone hero.

future episodes

ongoing coverage

invasive resistance

kid's guide

wild by design

plunging puget sound

indigenous science

rethinking invasive

rewilding american letters

cold curious

professional treehugger?

climate ~ feels ~ shaping change

restoration for whom, by whom?

local oak novela

recovering lost species

coppice & pollard

mapping abundance

forest gardens

words about weeds

elwha restoration

madrones!

practitioners adapt

restoration decade update

bridging medicine systems

blue butterfly revival

anticipating future environments

microbes (reunion show)

the green amendment

china goes green

symbiotic in seattle

urban heat

suburban woodpeckers

primer of ecological restoration

tree-planting drones

resonant restoration

care for urban trees & each other

urban forest restoration

ecology of light

climate ready forests

applied optimism

the society

restoration decade

coral restoration

forest bathing

biocrust ecology

urban nature

the health fix

microbiome rewilding