Reconnecting Roots-logo

Reconnecting Roots

Arts & Culture Podcasts >

In the Reconnecting Roots Podcast, we dive deep into the past, present and future of American progress and culture, discovering our values along the way.

In the Reconnecting Roots Podcast, we dive deep into the past, present and future of American progress and culture, discovering our values along the way.
More Information

Location:

United States

Description:

In the Reconnecting Roots Podcast, we dive deep into the past, present and future of American progress and culture, discovering our values along the way.

Twitter:

@RRTVtweets

Language:

English


Episodes

Bonus Episode - Ryan Callaghan Interview (Reconnecting Roots Live 2019)

9/3/2019
More
In July 2019, Reconnecting Roots hosted a live event called "Concerts & Conversations" at Music Ranch Montana. Gabe McCauley sat down with Ryan Callaghan (from MeatEater) to talk about hunting, nature and the challenge of conservation.

Duration:00:16:35

Bonus Episode - Rory Feek Interview (Reconnecting Roots Live 2019)

8/23/2019
More
In July 2019, Reconnecting Roots hosted a live event called "Concerts & Conversations" at Music Ranch Montana. Host Gabe McCauley sat down with Rory Feek to talk about his experience building his own one-room schoolhouse and the lessons he's learned after finishing their first year of school.

Duration:00:13:40

Season 1 Episode 6 - "How National Parks Help America and How They Might Need Our Help"

8/16/2019
More
America's land has been here for centuries - but what does it take to preserve it for centuries to come? It's an often unseen task happening in the background but is vitally important for maintaining this country's legacy. In this episode, we look at the history of America's National Parks and the challenges they currently face, featuring interviews with Trudy Patton and John Garder.

Duration:00:22:07

Season 1 Episode 5 - "How One-room Schoolhouses Laid the Foundation for Education"

8/9/2019
More
Education comes in many different flavors: public, private, charter, and even online. All of these variations can be traced back to the American one-room schoolhouse, which at one point, numbered in the hundreds of thousands. Join us as we dive into the history of education and speak with country-star/filmmaker/author Rory Feek about the new one-room schoolhouse he recently built.

Duration:00:18:32

Season 1 Episode 4 - "The Social Impact of the Bicycle Craze"

8/2/2019
More
For many kids out there, a bicycle is a fun toy to ride around on. But for some Americans, it’s the difference between having a job and not being able to pay rent or buy groceries. In this episode, we look at the bicycle craze and how this two-wheeled invention democratized travel, enabling citizens of all backgrounds/classes the ability to chase the American dream.

Duration:00:21:52

Season 1 Episode 3 - "Horses in the Military"

7/26/2019
More
Our history in America has long been tied to horses. They've helped us travel from coast to coast, hauled goods and even helped us grow all of the food we've needed. But one part of their history that's often overlooked is how integral horses have been in our military. In this episode, we look at how wars were won thanks to these animals and how they continue to serve in the police and military today.

Duration:00:22:31

Season 1 Episode 2 - "Victory Gardens"

7/19/2019
More
What would you do if the U.S. government told you it needed your help to plant as many fruits and vegetables as possible? Would you dive in and grow food for your family? Well, that's what happened during both World Wars - and millions of Americans participated. We discuss the Victory Gardens movement that was a wild success before vanishing once World War II was over.

Duration:00:21:03

Season 1 Episode 1 - "Technology Addiction"

7/11/2019
More
Technology has long been a part of American culture but we're only just starting to notice the long term effects. Are we too dependent on it or is it making our world a better place? We speak with experts and former addicts about our current dependence on technology and what the future holds.

Duration:00:29:25