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Friends Rennae Gruchalla (72) and Glee Mayer (69) talk about their connection to nature and to the North Country Trail Association.
One Small Step partners Jeffrey "Jeff" Ellis (79) and Harris Mills (77) have a conversation about their experiences surrounding the Vietnam War, environmental conservation, and the importance of having compassion for people's deep hardships and traumas.
Mary McFadden and Larry Stifler, founders of the Stifler Family Foundation, reflect on how their past opportunities influenced their generous giving now.
Friends and colleagues Avery Palmer (22) and Asher Grilli (34) share a conversation about their work with Florida Wildlife Corridor Coalition, the expedition they did with the organization, and what they learned from their experiences.
Eric Fitzgerald (59) shares a conversation with mentee Natasha Skelton (39) about the importance of conservation education and being brave enough to jump into the mud.
Anna Katter (35) interviews Dr. Julie Larsen (65) about memories of her son and Anna's partner, Dr. Ben Larsen, who died in a drowning accident on October 10, 2020. Memories include Ben's love for nature conservation, water sports, and the...
Friends Ed Krumpe (73), Jim Heidelberger (71) and Lovina Englund (42) speak about their passion and love for their work in wilderness conservation.
We chatted with Brian Bell from the Whitman Conservation District about the history and significance of the work conservation districts do to save soil, enhance wildlife habitat and improve water quality across the Palouse.
Friends and colleagues, Sue Reel (66) and Lisa Bickell (45), share a conversation about the Montana Natural History Center.
Colleagues Mary Virginia McCormick Pittman [no age given] and Dr. Charles Gentry (48) share a conversation about Mary Virginia's history with the military, her travels, and her passion for conservation. Mary Virginia also discusses her family's accomplishments and the importance...
Friends and colleagues Scott Cutler (71) and Marshall Carter-Tripp (78) discuss how they became involved with the Frontera Land Alliance and conservation efforts. They also talk about current projects they are working on.
Friends and colleagues Kathia Gonzalez (28) and Rocio Ronquillo (30) reflect on their experiences as Latinas in the conservation world and discuss the importance of representation and urban conservation.
Sarah McMillan (53) and her mother, Hannah Vinje (78), center their conversation around the concept of home as they explore the different places they have lived as a family, ways they have both fought for conservation of the environment, and...
Colleagues Andrew Bashaw (44) and Tom Moutsos (42) trace their journeys from childhood through their involvement with the North Country National Scenic Trail.
Friends Joseph "Raleigh" West (39) and Charles Lane (67) discuss their work as conservationists, their journey to the field, the topographical and social factors that shaped the Revolutionary War, and what this history means for us in the present moment.
Friends and colleagues Darien Fernandez (41) and Billy Mason (59) talk about their experiences with and connection to Rocky Mountain Youth Corps. They also talk about the importance of land conservation, giving back to the community, and uplifting youth.
Colleagues Blair Bates (66) and Nelson Nave (75) talk about their work in historic preservation, Blair working as a restoration contractor and Nelson as an architect, to maintain the Ladies’ Library Association building in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Colleagues Cathy Stewart (68) and Glenda Scott (67) reflect on their experiences as two of the first women working for the U.S. Forestry Service and their lifelong love of trees.
Jaime Thom (40) speaks with her colleague Linda Lentz (72) about her long career as a science teacher, and volunteer at the South Carolina aquarium and what she hopes will be her legacy.
Ann Schempp (45) interviews her colleague Margaret Schiffner (84) about her family, her childhood, and her involvement in the Moses Lake community.
Mike Gaglio (47) interviews his wife, RubyAnn Gaglio (51), about her desire to be a philanthropist since she was a little girl, her work as a conservationist and master naturalist, and the lessons she learned from her grandfather.
“When you find yourself climbing San Bruno Mountain just south of San Francisco with a butterfly net collecting mission blue butterflies to repopulate on Earth Day, it doesn't get better than this.” Stuart Weiss is passionate about conservation ecology. He’s...
Jason Lauritsen (51) shares a conversation with his friend George Wilder (79) about botany, herbaria, the environmental impact that humans have on the planet, studying plant anatomy and morphology, and about seeing beauty, pattern, and symmetry in nature.