Wilderness Podcast's mission is to spread contextual awareness surrounding wilderness issues and ideals by helping to facilitate a more in-depth appreciation through long form interviews with subject area experts. Wilderness Podcast is a conservation-based passion project.
America's Red Rock Wilderness Act | Terri Martin | SUWA | Wilderness 30x30 | Ep. 048
Interview with Terri Martin of the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance on America's Red Rocks Wilderness Act as part of the Wilderness 30x30 miniseries.
Idaho Wilderness Stewardship | Sally Ferguson | SBFC | Ep. 047
Podcast interview with Sally Ferguson executive director with the Selway-Bitterroot Frank Church Wilderness Foundation
Climate Disruption | Dahr Jamail | The End of Ice | Ep. 046
Interview with Dahr Jamail author of The End of Ice about climate disruption
Roadless Rules! | Gary Macfarlane & Katie Bilodeau | Friends of the Clearwater | Ep. 045
Interview with the Friends of the Clearwater about the National Forest Roadless Rule
Wilderness Compositions | Stephen Wood | Stephen Wood Music | Ep. 044
In this episode I interview Stephen Wood, a self-described “Wilderness Composer”. We talk about his childhood, what it means to be a wilderness composer, translating his wilderness experiences into music, his time spent in Montana writing compositions...
Mountain Bikes, Wreckreation & Wilderness | Christopher Ketcham | Ep. 043
Interview with author Christopher Ketcham about Senate Bill 1695 (mountain bikes in Wilderness) and the impacts of recreation.
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Thoughtful and thought provoking conversations on wilderness
I’ve been binge listening to this show for the last few weeks and can’t believe it took me this long to find it. The host does a great job curating excellent guests and covers critical topics. This podcast is sure to awaken the wilderness warrior inside all of us and hopefully light a spark to get things done.
This podcast brings attention to issues most Americans are ignorant of and I really appreciate it!
This podcast brings some much needed perspective to the national conservation dialogue. As the human population continues to rapidly grow we need need to be mindful enough to preserve wilderness and continually critique our land use policies. We need to have the foresight to think more long term.