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This podcast explores the topics affecting the land, water, and culture of the Pinelands National Reserve. This podcast is produced by the Pinelands Preservation Alliance.

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This podcast explores the topics affecting the land, water, and culture of the Pinelands National Reserve. This podcast is produced by the Pinelands Preservation Alliance.

    Connecting with Underserved Communities - Ivette Guillermo-McGahee - Ep3

    Connecting with Underserved Communities - Ivette Guillermo-McGahee - Ep3

    This episode of the Pinelands Podcast features a discussion with Ivette Guillermo-McGahee. Ivette is the founder and CEO of Allies In Caring, Inc., a Hammonton-based nonprofit organization providing mental health counseling and educational services to Latino, deaf and other underserved populations. As a Mexican-born child of deaf parents, Guillermo-McGahee has a deep understanding of the abilities and strengths in people rather than their deficits or illnesses.  Ivette is also on the Board of Trustees at the Pinelands Preservation Alliance. 

    • 40 min
    Ethnic Archipelago Ep2 - Mark Demitroff

    Ethnic Archipelago Ep2 - Mark Demitroff

    In this episode, we explore some of the cultural history, geography, and geology of the Pine Barrens with Stockton Adjunct Professor Mark Demitroff. Hosted by Jason Howell.

    Music by Chad Crouch

    • 51 min
    Environmental Education with Charles Johnson III - Ep 1

    Environmental Education with Charles Johnson III - Ep 1

    Our guest is Charles Johnson III, the Education Director at Pinelands Adventures. We discuss youth environmental education, diversity and inclusion in environmental advocacy, and the progress that Charles wants to make in the spreading of knowledge about nature. 

    Music - Chad Crouch - Algorithms

    • 36 min

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