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3 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Robin Moore. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Robin Moore, often where they are interviewed.

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3 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Robin Moore. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Robin Moore, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 78: How Romeo Found His Juliet with Dr. Robin Moore from Global Wildlife Conservation

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Romeo,  the Sehuencas water frog , was though to be the last of his species. Yet, scientists like Dr. Robin Moore teamed up to give this species hope. Global Wildlife Conservation led an effort to travel to the cloud forests of Bolivia to find other Sehuencas water frogs and lo and behold, they found Romeo his Juliet.

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Mar 14 2019 · 59mins
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Dryland Wilds: Distilling the Essence of the Desert in Albuquerque, New Mexio | Robin Moore and Cebastien Rose

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Robin Moore and Cebastien Rose, self-proclaimed "plant nerds" are seasoned foragers and farmers.

When they decided to leave their jobs and start their own business, they made a list of things they lived to do. 

When their list included being outdoors, being in the wild, spending time with their dogs, foraging, and being in nature- the direction of their business, Dryland Wilds, became second nature. 

Join us this week as we discuss distillation, enfleurage, maceration, essential oils, tinctures, concretes and absolutes and much, much more.

Feb 14 2018 · 41mins

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Bangkok Podcast 53: Robin Moore

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In our continuing Buddhist series, we sit down with Robin Moore, who spent over a decade as a monk in both the UK and Thailand, but eventually left the monkhood and rejoined lay-life. He tells us about his interesting journey, from being drawn to Buddhism as a teenager, to going on alms rounds in the UK (and trying to make it not look like begging), to why his mother cried when he joined the monkhood - and cried again when he left.

We also cover the difficulties in fitting back in to a life that is generally at odds with a monastic one - everything from dating to driving a car to playing sports. Robin gives us a personal and fascinating look into his life pre-, during, and post-monkhood.

May 13 2011 · 49mins