Shifting Gears November 6, 201411/06/14
Carbondale artist Philip Hone Williams has discovered his gift for telling the unspoken truths and stories of our time on large scale canvases. He joins Will on this month's Shifting Gears.
Shifting Gears October 1, 2014
Paul Zak explains how the hormone of trust and connectivity influences healthy economic exchange.
Shifting Gears September 3, 2014
Will's guest today is Katrina Blair who explains how her annual walkabouts enable her to get centered and quiet enough to connect with the rhythm of nature and the evolving fire of her passion
Shifting Gears August 6, 2014
On this episode of Shifting Gears, Fred Donaldson concludes his recent Carbondale visit with examples and skills for standing tall in the presence of a bully.
Shifting Gears July 1, 2014
With learning to play with pre-school children, Fred Donaldson�s world expanded to include experiences beyond what he knew and thought were possible.
Shifting Gears June 4, 2014
Non-contest play is often considered trivial and insignificant. However there is growing evidence that play is more important than we have appreciated. Fred Donaldson talks about play and how play deprivation can manifest in people with...
Shifting Gears May 7, 2014
Fred Donaldson on bullying
Shifting Gears April 2, 2014
Carrieann Asani talks about teenagers today and how many grow up believing they will stand tall as valued members of their family and community.
Shifting Gears March 5, 2014
Landscape designer Genevieve Villamizar
Shifting Gears February 5, 2014
Kieran Wertz about her semester abroad in Mongolia.
Shifting Gears January 1, 2013
Karen Gray, founder of Waldkinder, on the importance to children of playing outsidespan> /span>
Shifting Gears December 4, 2013
Brook LeVan reports on this year's activities at Sustainable Settings and says that he is optimistic about the doings there.span> /span>
Shifting Gears November 6, 2013
Larry Evans on wild mushrooms.
Shifting Gears October 2, 2013
Katrina Blair on edible wild plants. a href='http://durangoherald.com/article/20130910/LIFESTYLE02/130919979/Meals-gone-wild-'>To learn more about Katrina, click here./a>
Shifting Gears September 4, 2013
Yesterday people were overheard talking, �It�s too hot for September. It is hot at night.� What are the folks doing who have never been distracted from the challenge of Climate Change? Maggie Fox, CEO of the Climate Reality Project, tells us today on...
Shifting Gears August 7, 2013
Nick Harris talks about breaking trail toward a life of cleaner, healthier, less toxic chemical reactions simply by attending to what happens in nature.
Shifting Gears July 3, 2013
Evan Pritchard explains the alliances Native Americans have with birds and how the eagle, a symbol of wisdom who flies the highest and sees the farthest, reminds us we are all related and can think big thoughts.
Shifting Gears June 5, 2013
Corwin Bell, bee guardian, explains what he has learned working in partnership with a superorganism.
Shifting Gears May 1, 2013
Tom Crum, Aikido master, author, and friend of John Denver, explains the benefits of seeing opportunity within conflict and stepping into it, rather than shrinking and withdrawing.
Shifting Gears April 3, 2013
Peter Byck on solutions to the climate crisis
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