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Field Days is hosted by Chris Gautz, the department's spokesperson and Greg Straub, administrative assistant to the FOA deputy director, as well as on occasion by Noah Nagy, Warden at Lakeland Correctional Facility, who, along with Greg, started the podcast and were Golden Post Award nominees as hosts. You can find episodes of Field Days on your Apple device using the iTunes podcast app by searching for “Field Days”. The podcast is also available on the SoundCloud app which can be downloaded ...
 
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On this episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, we talk to Ty Higgins, Senior Director of Communications and Media Relations at the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation about the year that was 2021 and a look towards emerging topics of 2022. We were also joined by OFBF Public Policy staff Leah Curtis and Jenna Reese to talk topics in their corner of th…
 
On this episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, we talk with Dr. Jay Martin, Professor of Ecological Engineering, Department of Food, Agricultural & Biological Engineering at The Ohio State University about a couple innovative projects in the Western Lake Erie Basin dealing with nutrient runoff and conservation practice adoption.…
 
On this episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, we talk with Aldyen Donnelly, co-founder of Nori Inc. about all things carbon and what programming Nori offers for farmers interested in carbon sequestration. This episode is the third in a series that will help understand the breadth and depth of carbon program options for Ohio farmers.…
 
On this episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, we talk with Amanda Bahn-Ziegler, Account Manager for Truterra, about their emergence in the carbon space and their TruCarbon program, which has been available for farmers to cash in carbon credits from their farming practices. This episode is the second in a series that will help understand the …
 
On this episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, Julia Brown, Communications and Media Relations Manager for the Ohio Soybean Association talks about the quickly emerging carbon market and what farmers need to do to prepare for carbon sequestration programs in their area. This episode is the first in a series that will help understand the bread…
 
On this episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, we talk to Ben Brown, formally of Ohio State University's CFAES Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics about all things Ohio farm economy. We also wish Ben a hearty farewell as he moves onto another job at the University of Missouri.…
 
It's part two of our two part series with Dr. David Chinsky, founder and CEO of The Institute for Leadership Fitness. In this episode, Dr. Chinsky discusses telework and shares tips for both employees and supervisors on how to work and collaborate from home using virtual communication tools. A longtime Friend of the Pod, Dr. Chinsky, is a leadershi…
 
On the latest episode of Field Days, founder and CEO of The Institute for Leadership Fitness Dr. David Chinsky discusses the great pause we are all experiencing during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how we can focus on adopting a growth mindset despite these challenging times. This is part one of a two part series with Dr. Chinsky, a long time Friend o…
 
On the latest episode of Field Days, Chris and Greg interview the 2020 Corrections Officer of the Year, James Sims, a corrections officer at G. Robert Cotton Correctional Facility. Officer Sims has been with the MDOC since 1997 and has provided exceptional service to the State of Michigan. Officer Sims is also dedicated to serving his community thr…
 
On the first of two very special end of year episodes of the Field Days podcast, Chris and Greg are looking back on one of the highlights of 2020; Candice Dunn Parole/Probation Agent of the year, Ahmed Bazzi. Agent Bazzi, an Oakland County probation agent, began his career with the MDOC in 2013 as a Corrections Officer and currently works with the …
 
On the latest episode of Field Days, Chris and Greg speak with Jeff Anderson and Cathy Evenson for an update on the Corrections Offender Management System (COMS) roll out. This update episode is all about change, as Jeff and Cathy share details on an activity essential to a successful roll out, Organizational Change Management. Organizational Chang…
 
On the latest episode of Field Days, Chris and Greg are joined by Ava Attari, the Director of Future for Frontliners, a state scholarship program that pays for frontline workers to attend their local community college tuition free. Coordinated through the Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity, the program is for Michiganders without college …
 
On the latest episode of Field Days, we're celebrating Veterans Day with Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency (MVAA) Director Zaneta Adams! Director Adams was medically discharged with honor after serving eight years with the U.S. Army, National Guard and Reserve, and now leads the MVAA in their mission to provide support, care, advocacy and service to…
 
The Field Day Podcast is going on a hiatus from November 2020. It takes quite a bit of time and energy to produce the kind of content we want to share, and time and energy are in short supply these days, in the face of other commitments. Additionally, as the podcast approaches its 3rd anniversary, and as Field Day closes its 40th year of existence,…
 
On the latest episode of Field Days, the Michigan Department of Correction's Chief Medical Officer, and Friend of the Pod, Dr. Carmen McIntyre Leon discusses the dangers of synthetic cannabinoids. Synthetic cannabinoids, including brand name versions like K2 and Spice, are a group of man-made chemicals often misleadingly called synthetic marijuana.…
 
After a seven month hiatus, the Field Days podcast returns from a new, virtual studio. Director Heidi Washington joins Chris Gautz and Greg Straub for a discussion on COVID-19, the hard work and incredible dedication MDOC staff have shown throughout the pandemic, and what staff can expect going forward in a year that was nothing less than unexpecte…
 
The political doesn’t always correspond in Ireland to the culinary. Dorothy Cashman reads the long-forgotten recipe books of Irish country houses, and inserts them into the history of the country and the world. In her analysis of one recipe book from Kilkenny, she gives us a fascinating portrait of a network of women and food culture, just as Irela…
 
2020 marks the 40th anniversary of the technical standard for the compact disc. Eamonn Bell explains how this format is an important hinge in the establishment of digital music for the general consumer. As a portable medium, it belongs to the era of vinyl and magnetic tape, yet as the first widespread digital music format, its arrival marks the beg…
 
Polly Platt is not a household name, and that is the problem we tackle in this episode. Photo by © Steve Banks / mptvimages.com She was a lynchpin in the making of an astonishing list of some of the best American films for more than two decades. So how come so few people know about her? When her name is remembered, it is as a production designer. B…
 
Crowds create atmospheres. Police try to control those atmospheres. From the interaction between them, says Illan Rua Wall, emerges power. And that power can take the form of political upheaval and unrest, or the consolidation of pre-existing sovereignty. A lecturer in law at the University of Warwick, Illan Rua Wall pursues questions of police and…
 
When it comes to work, the coronavirus has changed everything, and changed nothing. We are more idle, and we are busier than ever. Petting alpacas can be good for your mind and body. Photo: Tambako the Jaguar (Flickr) Some employers bring therapets (therapeutic pets), such as alpacas, into the office. It helps people get out of their heads, as Step…
 
The history of rural life is a history of technology. In this interview, we explore the machinery, systems of distribution and technological innovations that transformed many Irish rural communities when they adopted the cooperative model in the late 19th century. Historian Patrick Doyle of the University of Manchester opens his account of the Iris…
 
I don’t trust newspapers. Half the time they lie. – Alex Jones, Infowars In this conversation, we talk about trust, truth and trolls. Are conspiracy theories a new phenomenon? Do we believe authorities less than we used to? What is a Russian troll farm? Eileen Culloty is an expert in conspiracy theories, and she has written recently about the half-…
 
On the latest episode of Field Days, Chris and Greg sit down with Calvin University Professor Dr. Todd Cioffi. Dr. Cioffi is the Director for the Calvin Prison Initiative, a unique program that provides a liberal arts education to prisoners at Richard A. Handlon Correctional Facility. Each year, 20 students from prisons around Michigan are selected…
 
On the latest episode of Field Days, Chris and Greg have the pleasure of announcing the Master of Ceremonies for the 2020 MDOC Employee Appreciation Banquet, Crissa Blankenburg! Crissa is the acting manager for the Office of Community Corrections, a previous Professional Excellence Award winner, and a dedicated MDOC and State of Michigan employee.…
 
Governor Whitmer proclaimed February 24 - 29, 2020 Opioid Use Disorder Awareness Week in Michigan. Opioid use disorder is a chronic health condition that affects tens of thousands in Michigan, many of whom are housed in our prisons or on parole or probation. MDOC Chief Medical Officer Dr. Carmen McIntyre Leon sat down with Chris and Greg to talk ab…
 
On the latest episode of Field Days, Deputy Warden Karri Osterhout joins Chris and Greg to discuss gender responsive programming and services at Women's Huron Valley Correctional Facility.In 2018, the MDOC launched a Gender Informed Practice Assessment at Women’s Huron Valley Correctional Facility and put it's focus on the unique needs of female of…
 
Trauma is a costly public health problem occurring as a result of violence, abuse, and other emotionally harmful experiences. The Michigan Department of Corrections realizes the impact of trauma on both staff and offenders and is taking steps to become a trauma-informed department. On the latest episode of Field Days, Chris and Greg sit down with O…
 
On the latest episode of Field Days, Chris and Greg are joined by Friend of the Pod and Field Days fan favorite, Lieutenant Charles Levens. This past weekend was a busy one for the Lieutenant's Absconder Recovery Unit. ARU was hard at work searching for MDOC prisoner Talleon Stephon Brazil, who was improperly released following a court appearance i…
 
Does a city have a sound? It’s the question that set writer Karl Whitney on a unique musical pilgrimage around the cities of Britain. The result is his book, just out: Hit Factories: A Journey Through the Industrial Cities of British Pop. When Karl was back in his native Dublin recently, we talked about the book, the journey he took, and the experi…
 
On the latest episode of Field Days, Chris and Greg sit down with Andrea Rachko with Special Olympics Michigan and Macomb Correctional Law Enforcement Torch Run volunteers Robert Leduc, Frank Sgambati, and Karen Solgot. Listen now for details on upcoming fundraising events and volunteer opportunities, including polar plunges throughout the state, a…
 
On the latest episode of Field Days, Chris Gautz and Greg Straub give listeners a sneak peek at the upcoming Strategic Plan Progress Report, discuss the statistics behind the steady and safe decline of Michigan's prison population, and give a shout out to retiring Assistant Deputy Director Lloyd Rapelje.View the MDOC Strategic Plan: https://www.mic…
 
On the latest episode of Field Days, Chris Gautz and Greg Straub look at what's ahead for the Michigan Department of Corrections in 2020.Michigan’s prison population continued its steady and safe decline in 2019. Data-driven policies, evidence-based research and the department's Offender Success model all led to the reduction, which brought the sta…
 
The third and final episode of our holiday wellness series is all about appreciation and acceptance. Wellness Unit manager Lynn Gorski and chaplain coordinator Lloyd Scharer return to Field Days to discuss the art of appreciation and, as the new year quickly approaches, how to look back on your 2019 goals and achievements with acceptance and a posi…
 
The Field Days Holiday Wellness podcast series continues with a look at the many different ways family, friends, and faith can impact our lives this time of year. On today's episode, Chris and Greg are joined by wellness coordinator Sandi Powell and chaplain coordinator Lloyd Scharer who offer listeners insights on helpful ways to support yourself,…
 
This week, to help celebrate the season, Field Days is kicking off the podcast series Presents, Presence, and Patience during the Holidays - Strategies for Managing Wellness & Self-Care.On today's episode, Chris and Greg sit down with Wellness Unit manager Lynn Gorski and wellness coordinator Lennie Alcorn for an update on the roll-out of the Welln…
 
Hannah Arendt coined the phrase ‘the right to have rights’ in her 1958 book The Human Condition. In this lecture, literary critic Seamus Deane links Arendt’s phrase with the Irish immigration system, in particular the ‘Direct Provision’ centres. Since the first half of the the twentieth century, the condition of being stateless, of being a displace…
 
On this episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, we talk to Dr. Aaron Wilson, Research Scientist for the Byrd Polar & Climate Research Center and Climate Specialist for the College of Food, Agricultural, & Environmental Sciences Extension at The Ohio State University. Dr. Wilson sat down with us to talk about climate and weather research, the d…
 
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