A weekly podcast about public lands and waterways, mainly in the United States and North America, covering current developments and featuring the insights of rangers, scientists, and others working at our public land sites.
September 20: Friends of the Falls
The Friends of the Falls tell us about the history, present, and possible futures of an iconic waterscape in Minneapolis on the Mississippi River, including an act of truth telling and restitution.
August 17: Water, Floods, and Rain
A look back at the recent floods in Death Valley National Park and Kentucky opening its state parks to flood refugees, plus recent research regarding "forever chemicals" in rainwater, as well as a look forward to new programming that starts in September.
August 1, 2022: National Monuments, a History and Present of Controversy and Conservation
A look at National Monuments at the local, state, and national level; why their existence is so tenuous and necessary.
July 25: hopeful and fun stories from our public lands
As we continue to bridge our interview format from the past several years to more interviews, stories, and policy discussions later this fall, today is about some hopeful and fun stories from and about our public parks, including Ecosia's global search engine, California's attempts to expand and diversify public access to public lands, and a wonderful "What if" event in Kirtland, Ohio.
July 22, 2022: Threats to Public Lands
Three stories--one local (SC, GA), one at the state level (ID), and one national (USA)--illustrate ongoing threats to our public lands.
June 17: Accokeek Foundation's Work to Support Piscataway National Park
An interview with Anjela Barnes, Vice President of the Accokeek Foundation, concerning her organization's efforts to enhance conservation and support cultural heritage work at Piscataway National Park.
informative and interesting
nice variety of topics and issues covered, great interviews