Episode 10: Working together to enhance our biosecurity with Tim Hurst
The Good, The Bad, and the Bug-ly
Biosecurity is a shared responsibility and Agriculture Victoria helps to protect plant industries in Victoria from exotic pests with targeted surveillance. Tim Hurst, Senior Officer Plant Surveillance, Design and Analysis with Agriculture Victoria talks about how urban gardeners can help with pest surveillance in their own gardens by getting to know the difference between good and bad bugs, and reporting anything unusual. For more information visit the Urban Plant Health Network or Agriculture Victoria. If you see something unusual, call the Exotic Pest Plant Health line on 1800 084 881 or take a photo and upload it to the MyPestGuide Reporter.
Learn more about Tim Hurst here:instagram: @runningonmylastlegWebsite: runningonmylastleg.comLearn more about Body Smart here:Facebook: Body Smart PTInstagram: @bodysmartptWebsite: bodysmartutah.comOr Call: 801-479-4471
Tim Hurst, Sales Operations Manager of Funnel jumped onto Sales Operations Demystified to share his journey into sales operations and tells a bit of a background of his role and about Funnel.io, their current tech stack, and their process of improving the team's productivity.
Sean and Eds welcome dear friend Maxx into the studio to hear another story from the 1890's. However, in a change up from the typical player profiles they have done Sean tells the origins of umpiring in baseball, and focuses on a man who one could consider a frontiersman behind the backstops.
No Excuses! 26.2 miles might represent miles driven for a work day commute or weekend getaway. To those in the running community, those three numbers represent the achievement of running a full marathon. My guest on the show today has done 58 marathons. That’s over 1,520 miles just in just marathons. That doesn’t count all the... The post (02) Tim Hurst: Running 58 Marathons on 1 Leg appeared first on Notable Peeps Podcast.
Changing Minds Online Presents...1st Sunday Superstars!These are people that changed their lives around for the better and became true inspirations!The 1st Sunday Superstar for May is Tim Hurst, Karate Teacher and Marathon Runner. Tim was very active as a young man. He was an avid bicyclist, runner and all around sports enthusiast. His dream was to one day teach karate at my own studio and run the Boston marathon. At age 21 while riding his motorcycle to college early one morning in May of 1981 he was struck head on by a garbage truck that turned in front of him on the highway. He had broken almost every bone in my body and was in the hospital for a year before he was released. A year after being released from the hospital he made the conscious decision to have it amputated from mid calf down. After waiting the time he needed to heal, Tim became very active again.Unable to run with the mostly wooden prosthetic leg he had started riding bikes, lifting weights and teaching karate again. He has taught hundreds of students over the years and still continue to teach karate to this day but he still secretly dreamed of one day running the Boston Marathon. As the years passed and technology caught up, he was able to obtain one of the new "running blades". With this blade he has ran 43 marathons total in 38 different states, including the Boston and New York Marathons. He is now on a quest to run 50 marathons in 50 states. We are excited to have him share his story with us Sunday, 5/3 at 9pm EST / 8pm CST. Call in at (949) 203-4763 and hear this wonderful story. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/changingmindsonline/2015/05/04/1st-sunday-superstars--tim-hurst