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Jane Hutton

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Jane Hutton, "Reciprocal Landscapes: Stories of Material Movements" (Routledge, 2020)

New Books in Architecture

How are the far-away, invisible landscapes where materials come from related to the highly visible, urban landscapes where those same materials are installed? Reciprocal Landscapes: Stories of Material Movements traces five everyday landscape construction materials – fertilizer, stone, steel, trees, and wood – from seminal public landscapes in New York City, back to where they came from.Jane Hutton's new book Reciprocal Landscapes: Stories of Material Movements (Routledge, 2020) considers the social, political, and ecological entanglements of material practice, challenging readers to think of materials not as inert products but as continuous with land and the people that shape them, and to reimagine forms of construction in solidarity with people, other species, and landscapes elsewhere.Jane Hutton is a landscape architect and Assistant Professor in the School of Architecture at the University of Waterloo Ontario, Canada. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/architecture

43mins

1 Jun 2020

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Jane Hutton, "Reciprocal Landscapes: Stories of Material Movements" (Routledge, 2020)

New Books in Environmental Studies

How are the far-away, invisible landscapes where materials come from related to the highly visible, urban landscapes where those same materials are installed? Reciprocal Landscapes: Stories of Material Movements traces five everyday landscape construction materials – fertilizer, stone, steel, trees, and wood – from seminal public landscapes in New York City, back to where they came from.Jane Hutton's new book Reciprocal Landscapes: Stories of Material Movements (Routledge, 2020) considers the social, political, and ecological entanglements of material practice, challenging readers to think of materials not as inert products but as continuous with land and the people that shape them, and to reimagine forms of construction in solidarity with people, other species, and landscapes elsewhere.Jane Hutton is a landscape architect and Assistant Professor in the School of Architecture at the University of Waterloo Ontario, Canada. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies

43mins

1 Jun 2020

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Ep. _072 _ Jane Hutton _'Reciprocal Landscapes'

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Jane Hutton is a landscape architect and Assistant Professor at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture. Her research looks at the extended material flows of common construction materials and their social and ecological relations. Recent publications include Reciprocal Landscapes: Stories of Material Movements (Routledge, 2019) as well as an edited volume, Landscript 5: Material Culture – Assembling and Disassembling Landscapes (Jovis, 2017), and Wood Urbanism: From the Molecular to the Territorial (Actar, 2019), co-edited with Daniel Ibanez and Kiel Moe.   A big thanks you to the Graham Foundation in Chicago for supporting this program! 

45mins

20 Apr 2020

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Reciprocal Landscapes by Jane Hutton

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Urban environments are built with materials that come from particular places and have a multitude of other relationships. What kinds of stories can their movement tell us? Landscape architect Jane Hutton follows five materials used in New York City landscapes over the last 150 years back to their source.

10mins

24 Mar 2020

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33: Jane Hutton on CHRONIC FATIGUE needs nutrition.

Keeping busy people healthy

Jane Hutton from Trinity Holistics has a plan. Interviewed by Stephanie Webster Urban Health Method. Jane Hutton is a holistic functional nutritionist with over two decades of experience behind her, and three determined recoveries of her own. Her driving ambition is helping people reach, and maintain, vibrant all-round health, on all levels, making nutritious, delicious food a daily habit as natural as brushing their teeth. There’s so much more to being healthy than seeing a healthcare practitioner when we are ill; there’s more to illness than just the physical. Our physical, mental and emotional health are dependent on each other and need to be in balance for us to really be healthy and happy. Jane learned this the hard way and came to nutrition (and a rediscovery of her childhood real food roots) via not one, but three brushes with major ill health caused by prolonged, severe stress, including Chronic Fatigue and cancer. Continual professional development, while keeping a keen eye on clinical research, is vital to stay relevant and informed about the latest discoveries and interventions, backed up by scientific evidence. A lifetime love of good food and cooking combines with this knowledge, allowing Jane to create scrumptious recipes with specific health benefits, targeted at particular conditions, and seasonal recipes that are all about enjoying the healthiest, most delicious food – fresh, local produce. Training, study, and research encompassing a variety of disciplines, such as nutritional therapy, clinical nutrition, functional medicine, and food and environmental allergies, has allowed Jane a holistic view of causal and situational elements of health, with equally holistic solutions. Her website is www.trinityholistics.co.uk If you want to Get in Shape, Get Healthy and Get Happy, call us for a confidential consultation - Stephanie Webster Urban Health Method. Whatsapp me anytime 07500 356356 hello@urbanhealthmethod.com urbanhealthmethod.com CLICK HERE TO DONATE TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF OUR PODCAST:https://www.patreon.com/urbanhealth

21mins

3 Sep 2018

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006 - Real Food, Real Life, Real Health with Jane Hutton

The Wellbeing Garden with Cath Manuel

One of the things I love about growing food is eating it! But it’s always wonderful to chat with someone who knows so much about the health benefits of eating ‘real food’. In this episode I’m joined by the gorgeous Jane Hutton, The Functional Foodie. Jane is a holistic functional nutritionist, food and health writer, educator, and chef with a driving ambition to help people reach, and maintain, vibrant all round health by making nutritious, delicious food a daily habit as natural as brushing their teeth. A lifetime love of good food and cooking combines with two decades of functional medicine and nutrition knowledge to create a way of returning to real food in a modern way, promoting real health, delicious meals and local produce – the art of functional food from The Functional Foodie. Jane specialises in specific nutrition for mental health disruptions, ME/chronic fatigue, cancer recovery, autoimmune disorders, gut issues, hormones, ASD diet changes and reaching your happy weight. Oh, and delicious food! She shares her simple ideas for food to eat (and enjoy) that is seasonally grown, local or home grown and how that boosts our health. We discuss – How Jane became the Functional Foodie Her philosophy on real food, living a real life and enjoy real health Her background in the health industry How we can adopt simple methods to eat whole foods How she works with clients to change eating habits and improve their health The simple things we can do each day to change the food we eat Jane also makes a wonderful offer to the our FREE  Soil to Supper Club and challenges us to change a few things we eat! To find out more about ‘keeping it real’ listen to this fun interview, one that I thoroughly enjoyed!! Find Jane online OR at her onsite workshops… On Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/functionalfoodieuk/ Her Website - http://www.trinityholistics.co.uk/ Join the membership, course and recipe hub at functional-foodie.com To learn more about growing your own ‘real food’ head to www.soiltosupper.com and join me and a group of passionate green thumbs in the Soil to Supper Club HERE I’ll also share Jane’s recipe for Chia Jam and her tips for starting a food diary…which I’ll be completing and sharing in our group! I hope you enjoy this wonderful episode as much as we did! The Wellbeing Garden episodes available HERE. Subscribe on iTunes. Thanks for joining me in The Wellbeing Garden,  Cath

44mins

4 Feb 2017