This week's podcast was with Penny and Kylie from Tangalooma EcoMarines. Penny and Kylie have boundless enthusiasm for Moreton Bay, and their vision for a local community motivated to celebrate and protect Moreton Bay is being adopted by young people all across Southeast Queensland. Listen to the episode: Kylie (left) and Penny, with part of… Continue reading Podcast episode: Penny and Kylie – Tangalooma EcoMarines
This week's episode was with Jen Conde, an artist and graphic designer who takes great inspiration from Moreton Bay. Podcast here: Some of Jen's wonderful Moreton Bay-inspired art. Here expressed on fabric, and a stunning rug (c) Jen Conde A quick diversion... When I've talked to people about why I do the Moreton Bay Online… Continue reading Podcast Episode: Jen Conde
Peter Ludlow, historian and author, has probably done more to keep the post-settlement history of Moreton Bay alive than anyone else. A 25 minute podcast doesn't do justice to the wealth of information Peter has about Moreton Bay, so before you read anything else, please visit Peter's blog. He's recently posted about a couple of… Continue reading New podcast: Peter Ludlow
Where do I even start? With jealousy, probably! Here's the episode: Cam's pictures and videos (and his own words in the podcast) are worth more than anything I can say here, so I'd rather simply note these are all from Moreton Bay, and throw in a few things I think are worth noting along the… Continue reading Podcast Episode: Cam Cotterell
Jenn is a rare and wonderful person - she has the critical skills of a scientist, and the communication skills to inspire people and encourage collaboration. This makes her a perfect leader in citizen science, because she knows how to work between worlds. She understands the priorities of both science and people who simply love… Continue reading Podcast Episode: Jenn Loder
Academic and author Daryl McPhee kindly answered a bunch of my questions in the latest episode of the podcast! Daryl's has a wide range of interests and spends a LOT of contact time with Moreton Bay, so his book, Environmental History and Ecology of Moreton Bay is a goldmine for the rest of us! Here's… Continue reading Podcast Episode: Dr Daryl McPhee
I followed Dr Sue Pillans on Twitter long before we had the chance to speak in person. I'm a huge sucker for marine art, and hers drew me in instantly She's also got the biggest repertoire of ocean puns of anyone I've ever known, which I DEEPly appreciate! Writing in the mangroves - a good… Continue reading Podcast episode: Sue Pillans
Chris Walker has a lot of followers on social media, for a pretty great reason - simply, his images are wonderful. He takes photos of the wildlife of the Redlands, and his accounts could be said to hold a single message "are we prepared to lose this?"