For What It’s Earth Podcast

For What It's Earth podcast

Welcome to: “For What it’s Earth!”

Join Marissa of The Art of Ecology for a unique blend of art and environmental science as I help listeners connect to the natural world, podcast by podcast. Discover natural phenomenon like the science behind sunsets, or how chipmunks vocalize. Get inspired to be an environmental steward with eco-actions you can take at home and explore many DIY ways to make the world a greener place all on For What It’s Earth.

Plant & Animal Adaptations of the American Southwest For What It's Earth

Take a mini vacation as you explore the warmth and sunshine of the American Southwest, focusing on climates and ecosystems of New Mexico! We'll take a look at how plants and animals have adapted to survive and thrive in hot, arid conditions. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theartofecology/support
  1. Plant & Animal Adaptations of the American Southwest
  2. Discovering Squirrels In-Depth for Squirrel Awareness Month
  3. Identifying and Protecting Raptors During the Fall Migration
  4. The Importance of Autumn Color
  5. What May Cause Fall Allergies: Ragweed or Goldenrod?

Highlights from “For What It’s Earth”

For What It’s Earth & The Art of Ecology Trailer:

Discover why I am so passionate about the arts & environmental sciences. You’ll also get a sneak-peek of what to expect with my upcoming official episodes!

Explore Environmental & Art Education with The Art of Ecology

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About Me

Marissa (The Art of Ecology) is an Environmental & Conservation Educator who focuses on blending the arts with science to deepen understanding and help build stronger connections between her students and the natural world. She is an international speaker, Certified National Geographic Educator & has spent the past two years as a Mentor for their Certificate Program. She holds a B.S. in Conservation & Wildlife Management with a focus in Media & Art. Marissa has almost 10 years of education experience for all ages, from Pre-School through retired adult.

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