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In this week's episode, Kate and Jenn take a deep dive into Robin Wall Kimmerer's book Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Knowledge, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants.  In Braiding Sweetgrass, Kimmerer takes us beyond the science of plants and into the intricate reciprocal relationship we have to plants and plants have to us through her deep understanding and experience of botany and ecology and ancient indigenous knowledge. New episodes drop every other Tuesday morning (EST). Kindred is hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh. Find out more info, show notes, or message us, go to kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us Instagram @thekindredpod Twitter @the_kindred_pod Support us at Patreon/kindredpodcast Please follow, rate, and review. Thanks.
In this week's episode, we speak with Rebby Sebei, conservationist and manager of Ruko Wildlife Conservancy. Rebby talks about her work uniting two warring communities and how through saving the endangered Rothschild's giraffes land and a deeply divided community can be restored and healed. A beautiful story of how giraffes became a sign of peace. Kindred is hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh. Find out more info, show notes, or message us, go to kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us Instagram @thekindredpod  Twitter @the_kindred_pod  Support us at Patreon/kindredpodcast Please follow, rate, and review. Thanks.
In this week's episode, Kate and Jenn have an open discussion with writer and author (and brother) Justin Coffin on the history and power of language. We talk about how language is used in science and media and why we think it's important to understand how it can give or take away agency and power and a deeper understanding of animals and nature. We aren't looking to answer questions or issues, but to open up a dialogue about how we speak in order to better support the natural world. Kindred is hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh. Find out more info, show notes, or message us, go to kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us Instagram @thekindredpod  Twitter @the_kindred_pod  Support us at Patreon/kindredpodcast Please follow, rate, and review. Thanks.
Kate checks in and shares her Earth Day musings along with some life updates. New full-length episodes will return 10th of May 2022. New episodes drop every other Tuesday morning (EST). Kindred is hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh. Find out more info, show notes, or message us, go to kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us Instagram @thekindredpod  Twitter @the_kindred_pod  Support us at Patreon/kindredpodcast Please follow, rate, and review. Thanks.
In this week's episode, we speak with Dr. Kate Stafford about her work and research focusing on the song of the superlative Bowhead Whale. Kate dives into the challenges of declining sea ice and sound pollution that these mysterious and massive whales face in the Arctic waters. And she shares her deep love and fascination with the intricate and unique song of the Bowhead Whale. Season two launched on 15 March 2022. New episodes drop every other Tuesday morning (EST). Kindred is hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh. Find out more info, show notes, or message us, go to kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us Instagram @thekindredpod  Twitter @the_kindred_pod  Support us at Patreon/kindredpodcast Please follow, rate, and review. Thanks.
In this week's episode, we speak with conservationist and artist Shawn Heinrichs and dive deep into the work he is doing to uncover the challenges of our oceans, and the ecosystems that need our empathy and action, through photography and storytelling. And we get to meet a momma whale and her baby and get a glimpse into the eye of love, forgiveness, and sentience. Season two launches today, 15 March 2022. New episodes drop every other Tuesday morning. Kindred is hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh. Find out more info, show notes, or message us, go to kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us Instagram @thekindredpod  Twitter @the_kindred_pod  Support us at Patreon/kindredpodcast Please follow, rate, and review. Thanks.
Getting Into 2022

Getting Into 2022

2022-01-1101:36

A quick drop to check in and update you. Sending positive vibes for 2022. Full-length episodes are coming very soon. ____________________ Find out more info, show notes, or message us, go to kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us Instagram @thekindredpod  Twitter @the_kindred_pod  Support us at Patreon/kindredpodcast Please follow, rate, and review. Thanks.
Checking In

Checking In

2021-10-2608:51

Kate drops in to check-in and talks about what's been going on and what we'll be focusing on in Season 2. We'll be up and running in November. See you soon. Lots of love! Episode Notes: NYT The Daily - A 'Code Red for Humanity'. Listen here. ____________________ Find out more info, show notes, or message us, go to kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us Instagram @thekindredpod  Twitter @the_kindred_pod  Facebook @thekindredpod  Support us at Patreon/kindredpodcast Please follow, rate, and review. Thanks.
In this week's episode, we speak with Dr. Monique Udell about her research on animal behavior, cognition, and human-animal interaction at Oregon State University. Her work focuses on human-animal interactions & bonding, aimed at improving the lives of humans and animals through mutually beneficial interactions. Through her research, we get to access new knowledge in order to deepen the bonds we have with the animals in our lives. New episodes drop every other Tuesday morning (EST). Kindred is hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh. Find out more info, show notes, or message us, go to kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us Instagram @thekindredpod  Twitter @the_kindred_pod  Support us at Patreon/kindredpodcast Please follow, rate, and review. Thanks.
In this week's episode, we speak with Ellie Grace and Linsday Coffin about their process of creating the beautiful music and artwork for our podcast. Ellie speaks about the very heartfelt experience of writing the music with her sweet dog, Wally, and that intimate moment resulting in our theme music. And Lindsay talks about her creative process of drawing our KINDRED artwork and how for her each image/animal came alive and embodied the energy of the podcast. This is our last episode of SEASON 1. We will be back with SEASON 2 in September 2021. But we will be in touch in the meantime with updates so keep an eye out for a few sneaky drops over the summer. Lots of love! Kindred is hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh. Find out more info, show notes, or message us, go to kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us Instagram @thekindredpod  Twitter @the_kindred_pod  Facebook @thekindredpod  Support us at Patreon/kindredpodcast Please follow, rate, and review. Thanks.
In this week's episode, we speak with Neal Ritter and Isaac Coffin about how we interact, experience, and play in the natural world as children and how our bodies and minds as humans are born ready to explore and learn and ultimately, evolve. Through Laughing Coyote, Neal and his organization create learning experiences for kids through focused play out in nature, unlocking their innate creativity through connecting to the natural world. And they get to bash rocks and make forts.  Kindred is hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh. Find out more info, show notes, or message us, go to kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us Instagram @thekindredpod  Twitter @the_kindred_pod  Facebook @thekindredpod  Support us at Patreon/kindredpodcast Please follow, rate, and review. Thanks.
In this week's episode, we speak with Sally Compton from Think Wild Wildlife Hospital & Conservation Center in Bend, Oregon. Sally tells us what we need to know about the wildlife in our neighborhoods and how we can get involved through practical wildlife support measures and local community and governments to better help and maintain the wildlife in our own backyards. And we do a little Raptor myth-busting. Kindred is hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh. Find out more info, show notes, or message us, go to kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us Instagram @thekindredpod  Twitter @the_kindred_pod  Facebook @thekindredpod  Support us at Patreon/kindredpodcast Please follow, rate, and review. Thanks.
In this week's episode we speak with Claire Hacker & Emma Bull from the "Riding for the Disabled" in the U.K. about the physical, neurological, and psychological effects horses have on humans and the amazing benefits we can achieve through equine handling and riding. Kindred is hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh. Find out more info and message us at kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us Instagram @thekindredpod  Twitter @the_kindred_pod  Facebook @thekindredpod  Support us at Patreon.com/kindredpodcast Please follow, rate, and review. Thanks.
In this week's episode, we speak with Sterling "Trap King" Davis about his non-profit organization, Trap King Humane Cat Solutions, doing 'T-N-R' (Trap, Neuter, Return) in communities around the Atlanta area and the country, working to help support and control cat colonies. We take a deep dive into how he is working to break down stereotypes about cats, and those who work with them, in the white, black, and brown communities with the goal of bringing diversity and a new understanding to cat welfare. Kindred is hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh. Find out more info and message us at kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us Instagram @thekindredpod  Twitter @the_kindred_pod  Facebook @thekindredpod  Support us at Patreon/kindredpodcast Please follow, rate, and review. Thanks.
In this week's episode, we speak with Dr. Wallace J. Nichols, Marine Biologist, Conservationist, and Author of Blue Mind about his incredible work uncovering the many physical, mental, and psychological benefits that water has on us as humans. We dive into the science behind Blue Mind and the positive mental health effects water, of any form, gives us. Kindred is hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh. Find out more info and message us at kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us Instagram @thekindredpod  Twitter @the_kindred_pod  Facebook @thekindredpod  Support us at Patreon/kindredpodcast Please follow, rate, and review. Thanks.
In this week's episode, we speak with Karin Vardaman, wolf conservationist, founder and director of Working Circle, based out of Colorado. Through Working Circle, Vardaman has created a new conversation through active listening, trust, and understanding between the ranching community and wolf conservation where the goal is to unite the two communities, resulting in a healthy and balanced landscape for ranchers, livestock, grasslands, and wolves. Kindred is hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh. Find out more info and message us at kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us Instagram @thekindredpod  Twitter @the_kindred_pod  Facebook @thekindredpod  Support us at Patreon/kindredpodcast Please subscribe, rate, and review. Thanks.
In this week's episode, we speak with Nadia Aly, underwater and wildlife photographer, about her amazing work documenting and creating a voice for wildlife above and below the water. We hear of her awe-inspiring dive with an aggregation of Mobula rays resulting in her winning Photographer of the year in 2020. Take a deep dive with us and get a glimpse of what it's like to swim with whales, drift dive into thousands of Mobula rays, and meet the tiniest of Mantis shrimp!  Kindred is hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh. Find out more info and message us at kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us Instagram @thekindredpod  Twitter @the_kindred_pod  Facebook @thekindredpod  Support us at Patreon/kindredpodcast Please subscribe, rate, and review. Thanks.
In this week's episode, we speak with the archaeologist, Charlotte Frearson, about the long-standing human connection we have to wolves and dogs and the evolution of that relationship. Charlotte talks about how her dog, a whippet, Indiana Jones has changed her relationship with anxiety and the mental health benefits, for her and those of her students, that come from owning a dog.  Kindred is hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh.  Find out more info and message us at kindredpodcast.co.  Follow Us  Instagram @thekindredpod  Twitter @the_kindred_pod  Facebook @thekindredpod  Support us at Patreon/kindredpodcast Please subscribe, rate, and review. Thanks.
Introducing Kindred, a new weekly podcast about our human relationship to animals and nature; how they inspire us, what we learn from them, and how we can advocate for them. Through conversations with scientists, animal advocates, and others, our hope is to inspire a new awareness of how and why we connect to animals and nature.  Kindred is hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh. Season one features interviews with Charlotte Frearson, Nadia Aly, Dr. Wallace J Nichols, Karen Vardaman, Sterling "Trap King" Davis, and many others. Find out more info and message us at kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us  Instagram Twitter Facebook Support us at Patreon.  The first episode drops later this month.  Please subscribe, rate, and review. Thanks!
In this week's episode, we speak with Jr Ranger Vongani Masingi of the Black Mambas, the all-women's anti poaching unit, and Lewyn Maefala, education officer of the Bush Babies, Environmental Education Program. We talk all about what it's like working in the bush and in the local communities in order to combat poaching and at the same time educate these same communities and schools in and around Kruger, South Africa. A joy and honor speaking with these two incredible women about how and why they came to break boundaries and make history in their communities and country New episodes drop every other Tuesday morning (EST). Kindred is hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh. Find out more info, show notes, or message us, go to kindredpodcast.co. Follow Us Instagram @thekindredpod  Twitter @the_kindred_pod  Support us at Patreon/kindredpodcast Please follow, rate, and review. Thanks.
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Denise Coffin

❤ Love it! It's quite something to realize how much we're like our "primitive" ancestors.

Jul 8th
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