The BGP podcast now has eight episodes! If you haven’t already tuned in, it’s not too late. Start at the beginning or listen to whatever episode piques your interest!
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Our most recent podcasts have had guests who are sure to educate and entertain.
In Episode 6 Sonya & Mer say “Kia Ora!” (Hello! in Maori) to Paul Dickson. Paul is the incredible founder of the Oke Charity in Auckland, New Zealand.
Paul’s not only passionate about being a philanthropist; he’s an amazing Dad to an adorable four-year old & husband to his beautiful wife. In this episode, they talk with Paul about all those things & more!
Check out the INCREDIBLE work the Oke Charity is doing in New Zealand! Catch Paul & Oke through the following links and on his NEW podcast, Dad’s Patch!
Lucky episode 7 finds Mer and Sonya wishing they were in the mountains of Colorado with their guest, Jenn Perez. (Although they’d be chugging water to stave off the altitude sickness.)
Jenn lives in the mountains and her yard is often visited by moose, bears, and other critters so you won’t find a garden outside of her home (there are plans in the works to chat about indoor gardening). She is a Sustainability Coordinator at Ball Aerospace and while things might seem a bit daunting in the world we live in today, Jenn breaks things down and shares some great tips with listeners including fashion, food sources, car choices, and being aware of local and state environmental issues.
Our hosts, Mer and Sonya, are pleased to host Teresa Brown during this episode. Teresa is the Environmental Specialist for the Bullock Garden Project, Inc. and is involved with many great projects!
The ladies chat about Teresa’s front yard garden (be sure to check out the BGP social media accounts for pictures) and also the exciting plans Teresa has in regard for BGP full sensory learning.
Something special to listen for is an idea the Bullock Garden Project is really excited about: WORKSHOPS for those who are local (or those who want to travel). Coming up in late 2019, early 2020, we’re looking to share the full sensory learning with the masses.
The episode rounds out with our hosts and Teresa chatting about some of the elements from her job and also the National Geographic Bee, or GeoBee for short. Enjoy!
Connect with Teresa on Instagram.