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Welcome to seeds, where we talk with people making a positive impact with their lives.  Now with more than 255+ interviews and 110,000+ listens...

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Hosted by Steven Moe.  Stay curious.

 

steven@theseeds.nz / @nzstevenmoe and @seeds_podcast
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Apr 29, 2021

Some interviews go deeper than others and this is one of those - Elle Archer has had a very interesting life and she shares about her early years, being adopted, the role her parents played in her life, leaving school at age 14, lifelong learning and doing, making access to education accessible and te ao Māori. We also...


Apr 26, 2021

Rick has had a truly fascinating life, helping the Chatham Island Black Robins survive through 9 summers of work there, having a childhood lived in a variety of countries, working on creating a permaculture farm and co-founding Xtreme Zero Waste.  We talk about all that and a lot more in this discussion - shout out...


Apr 19, 2021

Charlie has had a fascinating life as a fashion photographer, running a contemporary art gallery in New York and travelling the world - what she saw on those trips led to her setting up Hello Future to work with adolescent refugees.  But we start the conversation learning about Charlie's early years in Taiwan and what...


Apr 12, 2021

To celebrate the 250th episode of seeds podcast this is a short talk I gave at the High School that I went to for about 60 Year 13 students reflecting on 15 things that I wish I had known when I was their age.  Hope you enjoy this as it is applicable to me today still.  For more information and interviews check out


Apr 1, 2021

Mark Longbottom has had a career working with for purpose organisations in the UK and New Zealand.  In this interview we find out about his passion for England from a very young age, his life there working in the NFP sector and then the decision to move back to New Zealand.  We also have a great discussion...