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.

Spring is for Baby Squirrels For What It's Earth

Right now, after all of the leaves have budded out and the flowers are starting to bloom more and more every day, we have another sign of spring – animal babies! As these babies are coming out and exploring their world, they may fall from their nest or get lost and we can play an important role in getting these wildlife babies back where they need to go. Learn how to identify baby squirrels by age to determine if you can help them by getting their mom to come and find them, or by placing them in their nest yourself, or if you need to take them to a rehabilitation center. Links: Baby Squirrels Crying for Mom video The Art of Ecology The end of season 2 is coming up! If you have any questions or topics you'd like to see in this podcast, let me know by emailing Marissa at mjacobs@theartofecology.com — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theartofecology/support
  1. Spring is for Baby Squirrels
  2. Creepy Crawlies & Watchers of the Night
  3. Vitamin N & Outdoor Time, Featuring Arborist Zack Jacobs
  4. Creating Snake-Friendly Yards & Gardens
  5. Get your Garden Pollinator Ready!

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!

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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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