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John Staley interviews his parents Carl and Julie Staley. The group talk about their careers, favorite family memories and proudest family moments.
Spouses, Leslie Van Stavern Millar (72) and Farley Max Gilliam (78), share a conversation about their experiences moving to Montana, how they met one another, and the Missoula, Montana community.
John "Jay" O’Brien (75) and Dale Smith (49) discuss their love for cattle ranching and land stewarding, what brought them to it and what keeps them happily engaged in the work they do.
Jack Hangas (20) speaks with his mother, Kirsten Hangas (51), about his interests, experiences living with autism, and hopes for the future.
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.
Audrey Taylor (43) and Shannon Donovan (42) talk about being scientists and mothers in Alaska.
Friends Sneha Sharma (17) and Cindy Su (17) share a conversation about their experiences as high school students during the COVID-19 pandemic, their environmental advocacy work, their mentors, and their families.
William "Bill" McMurrin (71) interviews his friend Timothy "Tim" Bywater (80) about his experience working as both a seasonal park ranger with the National Park Service and an English professor. They also talk about their friendship and Timothy's family.
When people think of large, diverse urban parks, certain cities may come to mind more than others, such as San Francisco, Seattle, or New York. Many may be surprised to learn that in the middle of the heartland, Wichita Kansas...
Spouses Connie Roop [no age given] and Peter Roop (72) discuss being together for fifty years, Peter being from Memphis Tennessee, his involvement in the Civil Rights Movement, their travels across the seven continents, and their two children.
Joel D. Lusk and colleagues Cynthia Abeyta and Maceo Martinet talk about their work as biologists and the influences in their own lives that led them to the work they are engaged in. Cynthia and Maceo talk about being Latinos...
“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...
Park Ranger Lauren Ray interviews Dr. Charles Preston, whose love for the Buffalo River and its biodiversity began in the 1970s.
Ben Porter (43) talks to his father, William "Bill" Porter (68), about growing up in rural Iowa, his love of fishing, and his career as a professor of wildlife sciences.
James King, 81, and his wife, Mary Lou, 79, talk about their life in Alaska and raising birds.
Alison and Darlene talk about her childhood, marriage, family, and her retirement years after her husband's sudden passing. Darlene has traveled to 70 countries and all seven continents, many while giving back through charity work.
Martin Zajanc [no age given] talks with his girlfriend, Carolyn Beecher (65), about his multiple trips to Alaska where he was able to connect with nature and learn more about himself.
Charlie is an older gentlemen who has been volunteering with the Fort Collins Natural Areas as a Master Naturalist for several years. We chat briefly about generational use of recreation spaces and the joys of educating the public on local...
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...
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.
Spouses Winston Montague [no age given] and Carol Montague [no age given] share how they became interested in Airstreams and they discuss their travels with the Wally Byam Airstream Club.
Friends John Sweet (82) and David Weisenbeck (22) discuss John's four-acre property, how he got it, and the biological studies David has conducted there.