In sync with nature
The Long Point Biosphere proudly presents the In Sync with nature podcast. It is a series about people’s personal connection to nature, their sense of well-being in it and their responsibility to care for it.
The podcast series will be available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and wherever you usually listen to podcasts.
What is it about that moment in Nature that allows us to get into the state of ‘flow’ or ‘in the zone’ – that sense of fluidity between your body and mind, where you are totally absorbed by and deeply focused on something?
Time feels like it has slowed down. Your senses are heightened. You are at one with what you’re doing; action and awareness are in sync. The state of flow is accessible to everyone – whether you’re engaged in a physical activity, a creative pursuit, or even a simple day-to-day task.
How do people interact with nature and get into the zone? Listen in as we chat with Ben Porchuk, the first Canadian Forest Therapy Guide, Jennifer Bennett, an avid local Mountain Biker and racer who loves the thrill of moving fast in the woods and Larry Monczka and Kathleen Pickard, Norfolk based photographer duo to find out how they find their flow.
In this episode of In Sync with Nature, we discuss the littering problem and the current garbage crisis, with engaging guests.
It’s a challenge not to see the garbage that is all around us. On our streets, parks, beaches and trails, we can see pieces of trash just about everywhere.
Who is actually littering? Have we become so lazy or are we simply lacking awareness? Perhaps it is learned behaviour?
First, we meet Mac, a “garbage fairy” and local activist on a mission to bring awareness to this issue. Next, we meet Kristina Simms from Ontario Parks. With her, we find out the impacts of littering on the ecosystem.
Finally, our last guest, Dr. Myra Hird from Queen’s University sheds some light on the current garbage crisis.