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HumaNature

Wyoming PR

HumaNature is the podcast that explores where humans and our habitat meet. The show tells real stories about human experiences in nature. Along the way, we'll meet people whose encounters help us reflect on our own place in the natural world.

HumaNature is the podcast that explores where humans and our habitat meet. The show tells real stories about human experiences in nature. Along the way, we'll meet people whose encounters help us reflect on our own place in the natural world.
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United States

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Wyoming PR

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HumaNature is the podcast that explores where humans and our habitat meet. The show tells real stories about human experiences in nature. Along the way, we'll meet people whose encounters help us reflect on our own place in the natural world.

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English


Episodes

Bonus Episode: Catch And Release

10/3/2018
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As part of our partnership with the SHIFT Festival this fall, here’s a re-scored episode from Season 1. Tonia Hanson had a secret. But when a private river retreat turned out to be very, very public, Tonia found unexpected healing.

Duration:00:14:18

Episode 46: Sanctuary

9/20/2018
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In 2012, 30 wolves and wolf-dogs were living at W.O.L.F. Sanctuary in northern Colorado. But one sunny June morning, a massive wildfire closed in on their mountain home.

Duration:00:28:53

The Event Horizon Part 3: Death

9/6/2018
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To Alua Arthur, life made no sense. But then she began to make sense of death.

Duration:00:21:19

The Event Horizon Part 2: Creativity

9/6/2018
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If creative and destructive forces are linked, what does this say about artists, or mothers, or god?

Duration:00:10:16

The Event Horizon Part 1: Black Hole

9/6/2018
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This is the first part of a three-part series on creation and destruction. Black holes are the most destructive force in the universe. But what if they’re also creative?

Duration:00:10:16

Bonus Episode: Through The Keyhole

7/25/2018
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An encore presentation of our 2018 PRNDI Best Station Podcast award-winner. Tyler Dunning went into the wild to distract himself from his grief…but ended up coming face to face with it instead.

Duration:00:22:47

Episode 45: Remembering How To Be Human

7/11/2018
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After almost a decade making art in New York City, Stephanie Housley craved being closer to nature, her source of inspiration. So she moved to Bondurant, Wyoming – population 93.

Duration:00:14:48

Bonus Episode: Hoofprints On The Heart

6/6/2018
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Here’s a re-scored take on one of our all-time favorite episodes. It’s the story of a love that spans continents. Jon Dunham set out on the longest, toughest walk of his life. But along the way, he met someone who helped carry the weight.

Duration:00:21:41

Episode 43: Dogs On A Plane

5/23/2018
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When Paul Steklenski got his pilot’s license, he didn’t just want to fly to lunch. Instead, he flew to the pound.

Duration:00:16:46

Episode 42: Out Of The Frying Pan

5/9/2018
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Cheryl and Greg left Portland, Oregon, one hot summer for the cool of the mountains. But that put them out of the frying pan and into the fire.

Duration:00:15:50

Episode 41: Carbon And Dust

4/25/2018
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Felicia Friesema and Steve Julian had a “miracle relationship.” They carved out an oasis in the middle of Los Angeles. But then they found themselves facing one of the most fundamental aspects of nature: death.

Duration:00:51:27

Episode 40: Her Legacy

4/11/2018
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This episode is about what we do that leaves a mark: the visible impact we leave behind on the country we live in and the countries we visit. Another podcast we admire, She Explores, takes us to Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia.

Duration:00:29:41

Episode 39: Junk

3/28/2018
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Marcus Eriksen wanted to draw attention to a problem no one could see. So he sailed into the middle of it.

Duration:00:30:27

Episode 38: The Hunt

3/14/2018
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Jessi Johnson is a modern-day Artemis. But the perfect shot led her on a heartbreaking odyssey.

Duration:00:37:19

Episode 37: Crispy Crickets, Not Your Spin Instructor’s Paleo

2/28/2018
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The paleo diet aims to take nutrition back to the basics—to the way Paleolithic people ate. But prehistoric people didn’t eat boneless chicken breasts and pre-washed baby spring mix. Tory Taylor set out to discover what folks really ate thousands of years ago.

Duration:00:19:14

Extra: Hurricane Of The Heart

2/14/2018
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It was 2012. Caroline was in love. But then heartbreak washed over her, like the storm surge from Hurricane Sandy.

Duration:00:09:41

Episode 36: The Oregon Trailblazer

2/7/2018
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In 2011, Rinker Buck crossed the Oregon Trail — yes, that Oregon Trail — in a covered wagon pulled by a team of mules. He traveled with his brother Nick and a Jack Russell Terrier named Olive Oyl. The journey forced Rinker to confront his greatest fear.

Duration:00:29:27

Extra: “What Is Grain Alcohol, And Where Can I Get Some?”

2/5/2018
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As we discovered in Episode 35, sometimes grain alcohol is the solution, not the problem. For Sandra Jones, it was a bit of both.

Duration:00:07:44

Episode 35: Time Bomb

1/24/2018
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Brian Corliss just wanted to quench his thirst. But on a snowmobile outing, he grabbed the wrong bottle. *Disclaimer: The actions taken in this story do not constitute medical advice. In the case of poisoning, call Poison Control at (800) 222-1222.

Duration:00:23:42

Extra: “Watch Out For the Damn Horny Toads!” And Other Thoughts On Not Having Enough

1/19/2018
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In 2017, the Great American Eclipse drew thousands of spectators to otherwise wild and desolate spots in Wyoming. For writer Liberty Lausterer, this was a cause for concern.

Duration:00:06:33