HumaNature explores where humans and our habitat meet. You'll hear real stories about human experiences in nature. Along the way, we’ll meet people whose encounters help us reflect on our own place in the natural world.
Beyond The Court
Damen Bell-Holter faced a lot of trauma growing up in his small village in Alaska. He formed a goal to play professional basketball. But reaching for his dreams revealed an even larger purpose.
From One Glowworm To Another
How has your relationship with nature changed during the pandemic? The HumaNature community weighs in.
Bonus Episode: Ten Steps
We're on a holiday break until January 20. In the meantime, here's a dramatic story from the archives. In December 2016, Karen Klein got trapped in a snowstorm near the Grand Canyon. But she pushed through it to save her family.
'Have I Had My Last Good Oyster?'
HumaNature's taking a holiday break. We'll be back with a fresh new episode on January 20. In the meantime, we'd like to introduce you to Life Raft, an upbeat podcast about living with climate change. In this episode, they take us on a journey from a famous oyster bar in New Orleans to a lab that’s trying to prepare oysters for a more turbulent future.
A Vegan's Guide To Eating Chicken
Muyambi loved biking, so when his friends asked him to plan a cycling trip across his home country of Uganda he was thrilled. But challenges arose one late night when they had to get creative for dinner.
Mo Beck was a professional climber who regularly won gold in competitions. But when she joined a team on a long expedition in the remote Cirque of the Unclimbables, she was amused to witness the tension between two of her fellow teammates...and the stinky solution.
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Always a delight
Now that I’m fully caught up on episodes I can say this is a favorite for me. As a New Yorker I enjoy the different perspective of Wyoming stories! But the overall diversity is wonderful, I feel like I’m always on an adventure. Touching on different moods is also great, and episodes are well crafted and nicely timed in length. Keep up the fantastic work :) also hosts voice is extremely soothing! Like a nature walk for your ears
My Favorite Podcast
I always look forward to listening to HumaNature while I’m working. Every story has been so beautifully told. I feel like I’m out in nature with them as I’m stuck inside working.
still my favorite
Thanks for putting out consistantly good episodes.