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Vickie Aldrich and Tim Reed

Vickie Aldrich (68) and her spouse Tim Reed (77) sit down to read letters that her father wrote when he was in the Civilian Public Service, which was a program that allowed conscientious objectors to perform alternatives to military service.

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Avery Palmer and Asher Grilli

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.

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Ed Krumpe, Jim Heidelberger, and Lovina Englund

Friends Ed Krumpe (73), Jim Heidelberger (71) and Lovina Englund (42) speak about their passion and love for their work in wilderness conservation.

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Eric Fitzgerald and Natasha Skelton

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.

Thoughts on Nature

I interviewed my neighbor about our town and it’s place in nature.

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Anna Katter and Julie Larsen

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...

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Sarah McMillan and Hannah Vinje

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...

Susan "Sue" Laudeman, “I Remember…”: Louisiana Reflections and Stories of the Past
November 30, 2021 App Interview

Education Curator of the Historic New Orleans Collection, Sue Laudeman (born in 1937), discusses life as a girl in New Orleans and her relationship with the wetlands that surround the urban area. *Disclaimer: This interview was conducted in Coastal Louisiana...

Kerry St. Pé, “I Remember…”: Louisiana Reflections and Stories of the Past
November 30, 2021 App Interview

Executive Director of the Barataria-Terrebonne National Estuary Program Kerry St. Pé was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on June 15, 1950, and he has lived in Southeast Louisiana his entire life. In this interview, he examines the ongoing connection between...

Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release of Minnesota

JP Strate talks with Gretchen Strate about her role as a Rescue Team Coordinator and Secretary of the Board for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release based in Minnesota. This organization focuses on the rescue and rehabilitation of injured wildlife predominately in...

Interview with The Roving Dears

A project centered around flyfishing, community building, and environmental stewardship.

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Joe Davis and Barbara Davis

Siblings, Barbara Davis (61) and Joe Davis (54), reminisce about their childhood in Miami, FL, tell stories about their family traditions, and reflect on how their parents helped shape who they are today.

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Carolyn Moore-Ford and Alexander Moore

Carolyn Moore Ford (67) shares a conversation with her nephew, Alexander "Alex" Moore (30), about the history of their family farm, discuss a conservation advancement program, and farming legislation.

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Austin Travis and Jeanne Kimberl

Jeanne Kimberl (55) interviews her friend and mentee Austin Travis (24) about the goals he hopes to accomplish, the challenges he has overcome, and the life lessons he has learned along the way.

Urban Conservation on the Front Range

Scott Rashid, Director of the Colorado Avian Research and Rehabilitation Institute (CARRI) talks about creating habitat for kestrels and barn owls.

City Park in Denver, Colorado

On a snowy day in Denver, I sat down with Parks and Recreation’s Executive Director, Allegra “Happy” Haynes to talk about our shared favorite place in the city to gather and play and connect with nature, City Park.

My path to science

I became a scientist because I love nature. I now teach other scientists how to communicate to share this love with everyone.

Birds Across Borders with Dr Jennifer Campbell-Smith

Dr Jennifer Campbell-Smith talks about her inspiration for Birds Across Borders and how it connects students to the world around them.

“All conservation is local so, getting involved at a local scale, you’re much more likely to see results.” An interview with Stuart Weiss

“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...