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Doretha D. Shipman (89) talks with her grandson, Louie Stoops (47), about growing up and farming on the banks of the Buffalo River. Today LS works for the NPS at Buffalo River.
Lauren Ray talks to Alyssa Smith about her experience as a student and HBCUI intern at Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site; a backpacking trip in the Ponca Wilderness of Buffalo National River; and giving back to her...
Joe Manley (85) talks with his daughter, Melissa Manley (57), about his childhood in Gatlinburg, Tennessee and his time spent in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Samuel Yancho (20) interviews his father, Stephen Yancho (63), about working for the National Park Service, his family, and the changes he's seen through his career.
One Small Step partners Cal Turner (51) and Kander Womack (46) discuss their concerns about the state of American society and its impacts personally on their children.
In this interview, Jennifer Richardson Jones interviews Michael Debuys about living next to Grinders Ferry at Buffalo National River.
Friends and former co-volunteers, Margaret "Marge" Adkins (58) and Paula Shotwell (56), remember their days as volunteers at Abraham Lincoln's Historic Home, when they were known as, "Abe's Babes."
One Small Step conversation partners Allen "Al" Parker (78) and Sanford "Sandy" Rabinowitch (70) talk about their former careers, Alaska issues, and their political views.
Maureen Lewiston (66) interviews her friend Elle Harris (30) about her experiences working as a packer for the U.S. National Park Service.
Paul (64) talks to Lisa (36) about his role in the reenactment group Muzzle Loaders organization and constructing and erecting a flagpole at Fort Union Trading Post Historical Site.
David Clark and Ted Stout managed the educational efforts of Craters of the Moon National Monument from 1978-2003 and from 2003-2020 respectively. Here they discuss life on the Moon....
Park Ranger Lauren Ray interviews Dr. Charles Preston, whose love for the Buffalo River and its biodiversity began in the 1970s.
Mark Holcomb (53) shares a conversation with his father, Jim Holcomb (81), about Jim’s career as a National Park Ranger, working in Yellowstone, Yosemite, Crater Lake, and other national parks.
Liz, 28, interviews Barb, 42, about her archaeological work at the Presidio.