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One Small Step conversation partners Matthew White (49) and Matthew Baxley (39) talk about growing up in conservative Christian families, being homeschooled, being shaped by trauma in their childhood, and their love of the outdoors.
Saoirse and I explore concepts behind spiritual beliefs, personal stories and spiritual evolution, being a part of a greater whole, and existential moments with nature. Conducted inside an Anthropology/Archaeology Professor's office with a syphilitic skeleton (for context at the end...
Cooper Lawrence and Sarah Helm discussing fundamental interview questions
Increasing urban biodiversity one yard at a time- a conversation with Zach Herrmann and Kristen Wolf, owners of City Roots Nursery in Kansas City, MO. www.cityrootsnursery.com
I ask my dad about his childhood and heritage
Interviewing my mother about the importance of place and nature.
This interview is with Laura who used to work at the Delores Project. She shares the positive benefits bringing nature into homeless shelters has on the people who utilize them.
Colleagues Andrea George (52) and Pamela "Pam" Jones (62) discuss how they balanced their personal and professional lives at Vanderbilt University during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Shelly Mariposa (52) and Jessica Zaffarano (33) talk about living on a commune during Jessica’s childhood.
Nathan Buck, Providence Volunteer Program Supervisor, has an in-depth conversation with Therese Lewandowski, about his spiritual journey from being a midwest, gay alter boy in a Catholic school to an openly gay, happily married manager for a Catholic organization. Nathan...
Andover Stories of American Identity: a conversation with Janet Hamlin about her extraordinary childhood and life that gives her perspective to be compassionate and passionate.
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Austin, Texas, Vikram Joshi (14) interviews his mother Shubhada (49) about her childhood in India. Shubhada shares stories about growing up with her father in the military and how the constant moving...
Spiritual journey of David Buresh with Thomas Traherne
Riyaan talks about how he missed nature amid the COVID 19 and staying at home. He was home schooled for two months due to the pandemic and realized how important was the teacher's role in their education. He also tells...
Sam shared different ways that he copes with stress or anxiety surrounding the climate crisis. We discussed feasible ways that individuals can take action in the present moment to promote their well-being and combat attentional fatigue. Sam suggested that neighborhoods...
We go in depth on what Zach Ping enjoys and finds fruitful in life
Be (83) talks with Selene (12) about her life and her journey from a small town on the gulf coast of Mississippi in 1935 to Ann Arbor Michigan, 2018.
We named him Astro but call him meow cause he's vocal like that. He chitters, purrs, meows and vibrates in ways that are difficult to explain. And every time you look at him, your heart melts with love. You just...
My name is Ozan Kara and I am a 17 years old cultural exchange student from Turkey. As an high school student in Bloomington, Indiana, I have had the chance to know a wonderful person, Vanessa Domizlaff, my German teacher...
Ranch life and growing up in nature in the 50’s and 60’s. (Picture: Dick and Mike Ellis at The Ore Cash Mill, July 1960)
hello I am a fircrest Douglas firn who is excited to describe my life and my experiences. I hope you enjoy .
My dad grew up in Oceanside New York and has always loved nature and having fun. He started his own business and feels people should always be kind to one another.
Alexus and I talked about her experience of moving to Knoxville from Crossville, Tennessee and living in East Tennessee. We also talked about Appalachian stereotypes and her experience of them as well as some of the reasons that she loves...
Mara Jill Herman (Astoria) interviews her mom Emmi S. Herman (Searingtown) on Mother's Day, 5.9.2021. They chat about community, collaboration, vaccine awareness, and legacy.
Carly Montez interviews her 5 year old son, Brady, about his experiences in nature during summer 2020.