John Firth discusses seeing and sharing connections, in science, art, music, and people, and facilitating ideas and creativity through connections.
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How To Be An Independent Farmer in Central Texas
BY LINDA PEREZ
@ VOL 6
ON MAY 24, 2012
"I'm very glad ranching was my had to do's and I'm very glad I did it."
In "How To Be An Independent Farmer in Central Texas" from PechaKucha Night San Antonio Vol. 6, Linda Perez describes her journey in becoming a rancher. She was born and raised in San Antonio. Over the course of her life, she has cleaned hominid fossils and taught secondary school in Kenya, done research at Harvard University and conducted a health care survey in the Andes Mountains, helped initiate sustainable agriculture and rural businesses in Zambia and assisted in HIV/AIDS awareness & prevention in Swaziland. Since 1993, she has overseen the development of a herd of Beefmaster cattle on her 300-acre L&M Ranch, 40 minutes south of San Antonio. Her presentation focuses on her life as an independent, organic farmer in the heart of Texas.
Reap What You Sow: Connections between Land and Sea
BY PAUL COSTELLO
@ VOL 11
ON MAR 03, 2016
Paul Costello's work involves monitoring of water quality and reef health on the inshore GBR for the Marine Monitoring Program (MMP). Here to discuss human influences on both maters and the importance of communicating the findings of the MMP.
Embrace Mistakes, Laughter, and Connections
BY JANICE BANNISTER
@ VOL 13
ON NOV 05, 2016
Mistakes are a wonderful part of life. You can't prepare or plan for them.
Janice Bannister shares a journey through Scientific and personal mistakes that lead to new inventions and new connections in her life. And how laughter is always the best way to cope with life's mistakes.