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- Nature 147
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- Providence Hospice Portland 2
- 2023 Mobile Tour 1
- American Pilgrimage Project 1
- City of Decatur, Georgia 1
- Taos, NM 1
One Small Step partners Scott Taylor (29) and Nealy Ambron (41) share a conversation about their time in the military. Scott also talks about his experience navigating his identity, questioning the beliefs he was raised with, and coming out to...
I interviewed my father, Alex Javois. We talked about some of the significant book titles and authors that have impacted my father’s life. Specifically, “The Old Man in the Sea,” written by Earnest Hemingway has had an extreme impact on...
Steev "Mr. Steve" C (38) talks with his conversation partner Delilah Righter (24) about hard times he has experienced, a UFO he saw, and his reflections on life.
Terrie Martindale interviews Ginger Milan about public land stewardship and her involvement with the Buffalo National River Partners.
“The bobcat was only eight feet away.“ On November 27, 2017 in Los Angeles, California, Stella Frank sat down with her dad, Karl Frank, to learn more about his experiences in nature and why it’s so important to him. After...
Lisa and I talked about her move from Detroit to Knoxville when she was five, and her family in Sevierville on her father's side and her mother's family in Pennsylvania. We also talked about Appalachian stereotypes and not wanting to...
Nature from the perspective of an urban dweller whose parents immigrated to the US.
A student and teacher discuss experiencing nature in the midst of a pandemic.
Roommates and coworkers, Jeremy Noel (40) and Joseph Langlinais (32), reflect on how moving to Jackson, WY helped them to recover from addition. Jeremy and Joseph talk about the healing power of the nature in Jackson, what brought them to...
Timiera Jackson (17) talks with her sister Nydessa Villegas (25) about how the new way of the world has affected her and her life.
My dad, McCallie, talks about how he got into hiking, some of his favorite memories in nature, and why he loves being in nature.
One Small Step partners Carla Bond (57) and Holly Hunter (66) talk about environmentalism, education, and the importance of examining complex political issues with a critical lens.
Lilly Foster (19) interviews her grandfather Hank Hood (82) in his home. Hank talks about his parents Alice Mariette Brown and Melville Sidney Hood, discussing what they taught him. He also talks about his great uncle Claire Brown who showed...
Steve Stiert talks about his passion for donkeys and his nonprofit mission to enrich donkeys' lives and show the value of donkeys to human communities.
Julia shares her experiences growing up in Wheaton, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, and how she ended up living in a cabin in the mountains of Colorado as an adult.
Friends Sari Carp (48) and Sarah Cohen (56) talk about leaving city life to move to rural Shenandoah Valley.
This is the first walk I’ve taken around campus, observing my surroundings, for our class. I walked the trail near the track.
Bill Sorich, 65, interviewed by his friend Brenda Christensen, 63, about his career path as a metal worker and metal artist.
This person is a 17 year old student who currently attends Aviation High School, Anjal Paudel. He immigrated from Nepal as a kid and transferred to the American public education system, he has attended middle school and high school in...
The first of three podcasts that aims to look at the American mountain men of the fur trade and their lasting impact on the town of Jackson Hole and the American West as a whole. This episode discusses some of...
A brief interview about my colleague's experiences of nature and keeping cows.
Friends Diana "Dee Dee" Romo (46) and Bryan Massengale (47) talk about the way community looks during these times of the COVID pandemic, the Destiny Arts Center Black (W)hole and Elders project, and their connection to spirit, ancestors, and healing.