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Tree zealot Casey Clapp and tree agnostic Alex Crowson review and rate your favorite arboreal friends. A semi-educational, basically pleasant, and fully unnecessary romp through the annals of treedom. Follow us on Instagram @arbortrarypod Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/completely-arbortrary/support
 
Real Estate for the Ann Arbor area, real people, real stories, great Realtors. All in one place. We are Ann Arbor’s premier realtors, working tirelessly to make the buying and selling process less stressful for you. Our unique and aggressive marketing process has proven results with quick sales and higher profits. Contact us at Sales@ArborMove.com734-346-3433Http://ArborMove.comSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/arbormove/supportIf you'd like to see something in person please reach out: ...
 
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Arbor Vitae

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Our mission is to explore how different virtues influence the way we live and work in the shop, how virtues contribute to the fruitfulness of our labor, and highlight those who are making significant contributions to this great woodworking community.
 
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Humans are not the center of the Created order, with the freedom to use and abuse nature. Rather, our stories tell us that the Creator is at the center and we’re in a symbiotic relationship with this Creator and the Creation. Nature takes care of us and we, in turn, take care of nature. […]由Blue Ocean Church Ann Arbor
 
Today we are talking about the next City Council meeting, coming up Monday, October 18th. We’ll be touching on a few interesting agenda items, including the "Moving Together" plan, menstruation, and Medical Center Drive. Links: - University of Michigan's environmental metrics and the PCCN (President's Commission on Carbon Neutrality) report - Ann A…
 
The housing market typically slows down in the fall, so if you’re thinking of selling in the near future, it may take a little more effort to stand out from the crowd. Knowing what buyers want and making a few smart updates can help make your home more marketable and improve your selling price. Are you considering a home sale soon? Here’s what pote…
 
Mango, one of the world's most beloved fruits is the subject this week. A tropical wondertree, we chat about where the mango is from and its numerous benefits. However, this tree and its family have a dark side that has Casey and Alex keeping their distance... Then, we hear from Daphne K. Jenkins, maker of mochi!Completely Arbortrary is produced by…
 
Had enough “cultural relevance?”—writings from a time and place light years away from our own can be surprising and refreshing. Like this: The people known for inventing monotheism introduce G-d with a plural name, then a name that invites the pronouns “She/They.” What’s going on? Learn more about Blue Ocean Church at a2blue.org. You […]…
 
From folk lore to your lunchbox, the apple (Malus domestica) has played a role in our society for thousands of years. In our Season 4 premiere, we chat about the American chapter of that story and we hear just how Casey feels about this ubiquitous fruit tree. Then, it’s another edition of Family Tree! Completely Arbortrary is produced by Alex Crows…
 
The first step in avoiding major foundation problems is not allowing water into the home. Then, if there already are signs of water damage, owners need to act quickly. Here are seven fixes that will help avoid more serious damage and costly repairs down the road. If you're interested in buying real estate in the Ann Arbor area, please check us out …
 
Using the story about the man whose friends lowered him through the roof of a house so he could see Jesus (Mark 2), we talk about what it means to clear a path for people to be included in the full life of the community. Learn more about Blue Ocean Church at a2blue.org. You […]由Blue Ocean Church Ann Arbor
 
Today we're talking about the next City Council meeting, coming up Monday, October 4th. We’ll be touching on a few interesting agenda items, including council rules, sustainability, and a quick rant about fatphobia. Links: - to this week's Council agenda, - to the benchmarking ordinance, and - to the episode previewing the November 2021 ballot. Com…
 
I get asked all the time, what's the difference between an appraisal and an inspection. Well, let's cover this. This podcast will tackle that question and hopefully, leave you with a better understanding of both before you decide to buy a house. If you're looking for a realtor in Ann Arbor, look no further, we are here to help. If you're interested…
 
Hi, we're Casey Clapp and Alex Crowson. You're invited to take a seat at the table for Completely Arbortrary Season 4: Plant-Based Diet! That's right, this season we're baking, sautéing, and grilling our way through a cornucopia of trees that feed. We're talking lemon tree, almond tree, and even the dreaded apple. And we're teaming up with chefs fr…
 
Today we are talking about Ann Arbor's next election, with applications for absentee ballots going on now and then voting happening from early October through November 2nd. The ballot has been finalized; there are no candidates, only four proposals, all pertaining to amending Ann Arbor's city charter. Proposed Ann Arbor City Charter Amendments: - P…
 
We come back together after a year and half, celebrating resiliency and enjoying community.Learn more about Blue Ocean Church at a2blue.org. You can watch recordings of past services, find out which Sundays we’ll be meeting in person, or get information about joining our live virtual service, by visiting a2blue.org/sunday-service/…
 
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