42 episodes

Wild salmon give their very lives so that life itself can continue. They are the inspiration for each episode asking change-makers in this world what they are doing to save the things they love most. Join filmmaker, Mark Titus as we connect with extraordinary humans saving what they love through radical compassion and meaningful action. Visit evaswild.com for more information.

Save What You Love with Mark Titus Mark Titus

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 48 Ratings

Wild salmon give their very lives so that life itself can continue. They are the inspiration for each episode asking change-makers in this world what they are doing to save the things they love most. Join filmmaker, Mark Titus as we connect with extraordinary humans saving what they love through radical compassion and meaningful action. Visit evaswild.com for more information.

    #41 - Robert Miller - Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law - ASU

    #41 - Robert Miller - Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law - ASU

    In this episode, Mark sits down for a compelling discussion with Indian Law expert, Robert Miller. Bob’s areas of expertise are Federal Indian Law, American Indians and international law, American Indian economic development, Native American natural resources, and Civil Procedure. He is an enrolled citizen of the Eastern Shawnee Tribe. He is the Willard H. Pedrick Distinguished Research Scholar at ASU and the Faculty Director of the Rosette LLP American Indian Economic Development Program at ASU.
    Bob is the author of Native America, Discovered and Conquered: Thomas Jefferson, Lewis & Clark, and Manifest Destiny, Professor Robert Miller addresses the international legal principle called the Doctrine of Discovery and how that legal rule was used in American history and transformed into the American policy of Manifest Destiny. 
    This show was produced in proud partnership with Magic Canoe. 
    Save What You Love with Mark Titus:⁣
    Edited: Patrick Troll⁣
    Music: Whiskey Class⁣
    Instagram: @savewhatyoulovepodcast
    Website: savewhatyoulove.evaswild.com
    Support wild salmon at evaswild.com

    • 1 hr
    #40 - Amy Gulick - Author of The Salmon Way

    #40 - Amy Gulick - Author of The Salmon Way

    Amy Gulick is an award-winning nature photographer and writer. She is the author of celebrated books, The Salmon Way and Salmon In The Trees. This is one of the richest conversations about the deep love, true honor and inherent duty of living in salmon country we've had since we started the podcast. Settle in and enjoy. Proudly partnered with Magic Canoe. Tell your story in salmon country!
    Check out more about Amy and her work:
    The Salmon WaySalmon in the TreesSave What You Love with Mark Titus:⁣
    Edited: Patrick Troll⁣
    Music: Whiskey Class⁣
    Instagram: @savewhatyoulovepodcast
    Website: savewhatyoulove.evaswild.com
    Support wild salmon at evaswild.com

    • 1 hr 21 min
    #39 - Ashley Koff RD

    #39 - Ashley Koff RD

    Ashley Koff, RD is Maine based, registered dietician who has seen it all. Ashley started on the other side of the divide with respect to holistic nutrition, in the big Food sales and marketing world. After a suspicious encounter with a goat-milk regimen, Ashley came to the realization that there must be a better way. On this episode, Mark and AshleyCreators & Guests

    Ashley Koff RD - Guest
    Mark Titus - Host
    dive into this as well as her personal encounters with Bristol Bay and why Bristol Bay sockeye salmon is in fact, the world's perfect food.Check out more about Ashley and her work:
    Instagram: @ashleykoffapprovedSave What You Love with Mark Titus:⁣
    Edited: Patrick Troll⁣
    Music: Whiskey Class⁣
    Instagram: @savewhatyoulovepodcast
    Website: savewhatyoulove.evaswild.com
    Support wild salmon at evaswild.com

    • 1 hr 17 min
    #38 - Leah Warshawski & Todd Soliday

    #38 - Leah Warshawski & Todd Soliday

    Todd Soliday and Leah Warshawski spent a good portion of last week in the air, filming the wonder and fury of Mauna Loa, the world’s largest volcano erupting in Hawaii. They also do things like film with whales, work on projects for Barack and Michelle Obama and make art with Mark on his first two documentaries, The Breach and The Wild. Among other memorable adventures, Todd and Mark spent 4 days in Ketchikan filming time-lapse footage with beloved Alaska artist, Ray Troll as he drew salmon in pen and ink, one inch at a time. Draw. Click. Draw. Click. Ray’s thighs were burning at the end of that shoot.
    Todd and Leah are a married couple. And they are in business together as partners in their production company, Inflatable Film. They have created so much good work, but perhaps the greatest work so far, is Big Sonia – their feature documentary about Leah’s grandmother, Sonia – a survivor of Auschwitz – who stands at 4’ 9” and packs a wallop of life, love, motivation and wisdom into her tiny frame. 
    On today’s show, Leah and Todd talk about their craft, what it took to complete Big Sonia – and what it took to complete the circle and get distribution on PBS, where Big Sonia is currently playing across the United States until the end of the year.
    You can follow Leah and Todd @inflatablefilm and @bigsoniamovie on Instagram. Look for Big Sonia on PBS on International Remembrance Day  - January 27th, 2023. Also stay tuned @inflatablefilm for a BIG announcement about Big Sonia and AI - also in January!
    Save What You Love with Mark Titus:⁣
    Produced: Tyler White⁣
    Edited: Patrick Troll⁣
    Music: Whiskey Class⁣
    Instagram: @savewhatyoulovepodcast
    Website: savewhatyoulove.evaswild.com
    Support wild salmon at evaswild.com

    • 1 hr 8 min
    #37 - Tom Colicchio

    #37 - Tom Colicchio

    Creators & Guests

    Tom Colicchio - Guest
    Mark Titus - Host
    Tom Colicchio was a co-founder of Bravo’s wildly popular, Top Chef reality-tv show. He’s also the chef and owner of Crafted Hospitality, which currently includes New York’s Craft, Temple Court and Vallata; Long Island's Small Batch; Craft Los Angeles; and Heritage Steak and Craftsteak in Las Vegas – and also ‘wichcraft – a premier sandwich and salad joint in New York.  Born in Elizabeth, New Jersey, Tom made his New York cooking debut at New York restaurants The Quilted Giraffe, Gotham Bar & Grill and Gramercy Tavern before opening Craft in 2001. In an effort to broaden his long-standing activism around food issues, Tom served as an executive producer to his wife, Lori Silverbush’s 2013 documentary “A Place at the Table” about the underlying causes of hunger in the United States. He has been a mainstay in our nation’s capital in the years since. Tom has established himself as the leading “Citizen Chef” advocating for a food system that values access, affordability and nutrition over corporate interests. In 2020, Tom took this to the airwaves with a podcast of his own called, Citizen Chef, which features conversations with lawmakers, journalists and food producers and connects the dots of how our food system really works.In response to the COVID-19 pandemic Tom co-founded the Independent Restaurant Coalition, and was instrumental in the passage of the American Rescue Act. Tom lives in Brooklyn with his wife Lori and their three sons. When he’s not in the kitchen, he can be found tending to his garden on the North Fork of Long Island, enjoying a day of fishing or playing guitar.
    Final note here today, we're thrilled to be partnering on content and inspiration with the support of The Magic Canoe, another terrific storytelling vehicle here in Salmon Nation. Head over to magic canoe.net to learn more.
    Save What You Love with Mark Titus:⁣
    Produced: Tyler White⁣
    Edited: Patrick Troll⁣
    Music: Whiskey Class⁣
    Instagram: @savewhatyoulovepodcast
    Website: savewhatyoulove.evaswild.com
    Support wild salmon at evaswild.com

    • 1 hr 15 min
    #36 - Tim Troll - Executive Director, Bristol Bay Heritage Land Trust

    #36 - Tim Troll - Executive Director, Bristol Bay Heritage Land Trust

    Tim Troll came to Alaska in 1978 as a VISTA volunteer lawyer and was assigned to an office in Bethel, a remote Yup’ik Indigeous community in Southwestern Alaska.  After his tour of duty ended he became the village manager for the Yup’ik community of St. Mary’s on the Yukon River. Tim fell in love with the subsistence lifestyle, hunting, fishing and cultural traditions of these Alaska Native people.
    He’s now the Executive Director of the Bristol Bay Heritage Land Trust, which he helped create in 1999. The Trust is a non-profit working to preserve critical places of incredible cultural and biological importance in the Bristol Bay region. This summer, Tim is sailing a double-ender sailboat (the kind of boat all Bristol Bay fishermen used to fish out of) from Homer – ending the journey in Naknek, Alaska – in the heart of Bristol Bay. Tim’s brother Ray is Alaska’s patron artist and his nephew Patrick is a musician and filmmaker and edits the Save What You Love podcast.
    Save What You Love with Mark Titus:⁣
    Produced: Tyler White⁣
    Edited: Patrick Troll⁣
    Music: Whiskey Class⁣
    Instagram: @savewhatyoulovepodcast
    Website: savewhatyoulove.evaswild.com
    Support wild salmon at evaswild.com

    • 1 hr 12 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
48 Ratings

48 Ratings

good gv do jh ,

Salmon are life!

Thank you for this and for all the work you do with and for the salmon!

Brendan_T ,

Fantastic conservation podcast!

I first heard about Mark Titus when I attended an event at the NW Film Forum that featured his film work for salmon recovery. I’ve been following and supporting Mark’s work with Eva’s Wild as much as I can since, and have thoroughly enjoyed his “Save What You Love” podcast. As the UX team lead for nonprofit Orcasound, my work to increase conservation efforts for the Southern Resident Killer Whales that call the Puget Sound region part of their home compliments Mark’s work. Salmon recovery affects an extensive marine ecosystem, which affects us humans as outdoor recreationalists and the fishing industry. Salmon recovery also affects terrestrial ecosystems that include the floral and fauna that depend on them as a food source. Mark’s work is absolutely critical to this endeavor, and I highly recommend the “Save What You Love” podcast for those who want to get involved at any level in the conservation of salmon.

onefishfoundation ,

Nature-focused storytelling at its best

Mark Titus is a powerful witness to why we love and depend on Nature. As a raccounter via film and podcast, he adeptly gets at the heart and soul of our connection to natural resources. He's an agile, incisive interviewer, teasing out powerful narratives from his inspiring guests. These intimate discussions reinforce why we should all save what we love.

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