WILD ROOTS

WILD ROOTS

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Wild Roots is an honest podcast about the state of wild nature in the age of the anthropocene. It will be a journey to inspire listeners to reconnect with their wild roots.It will host an on-going discussion about the needs of nature, exploring the cur…


11: NATURE UNBROKEN: Reconnecting The Wildways
Aug 5 • 26 min
We speak with Michael Dax, the New Mexico Representative for Defenders of Wildlife in Santa Fe about the Wildlife Corridors Act. Michael was instrumental in helping to pass legislation in the New Mexico Legislature to establish and protect wildlife …
10: POST-GROWTH: Exploring A Purpose-Driven, Not-For-Profit World Economy
Jul 21 • 41 min
Striving towards a model of economics that serves not only human needs, but Nature as well! Donnie Maclurcan holds a PhD in Social Science and is the facilitator of the Post-Growth Institute. Not only is our current system of economics bad for the e…
9: GOOD CREATURES: Animals Offer Humans the Greatest of Lesson of All
Jun 23 • 38 min
Animals may offer the greatest lesson to be learned by (hu-)man! In this episode of Wild Roots, we learn what observing animals, both wild and domestic can teach us about how to be good creatures. Naturalist and science writer, Sy M…
8: OUR PRIMAL NEST: The Development of the Moral Human Being
Jun 9 • 39 min
In this episode we speak with Dr. Darcia Narvaez about the “Evolved Nest” or the evolved developmental niche (EDN) and the importance of nurturing our young as human animals and how this relates to our moral being as well as how we regard t…
7: PRIMITIVE NAVIGATION: Finding Our Own Way
May 26 • 40 min
In this episode we learn to find our own way with navigation techniques taught by John Huth, a Donner Professor of Science at Harvard. Though his work is focused mainly in the field of experimental particle physics, John Huth shares how he came to s…
6: INTO THE CONGO: A Journey to Reveal and Preserve Congo’s Biodiversity
May 12 • 36 min
In this episode of WILD ROOTS we journey into the wilds of Congo alongside herpetologist and evolutionary biologist Dr. Eli Greenbaum as we discuss his book “
5: REVIVING OUR RESILIENCY: Primal Movements and Primal Postures
Apr 28 • 43 min
You might want to squat for this one!Join us as we flow from one primal posture to the next. We speak with Aaron Hannon, creator of Naturaletics on the benefits of primal movements.You can find Naturaletics on
4: NATURAL DARKNESS: Rediscovering Our Universe
Mar 17 • 28 min
In this episode of WILD ROOTS we talk with Paul Bogard about his book “The End of Night: Searching for Natural Darkness in the Age of Artificial Light”. We discuss how adding more light reduces our awareness of one of our mo…
3: ALEXANDRIA AND GRETA: Our New Leaders, Giving Voice To The People
Feb 23 • 16 min
In this short episode, Soraya speaks a little about the great new voices that have come to the climate justice scene. Alexandria and Greta share their grit with the World. Listen to one of the most remarkable speeches given by the young Swedish clim…
2: REVIVING OUR RESILIENCY: Becoming Post-Carbon and Needing Less
Feb 10 • 22 min
In this episode of WILD ROOTS we talk with Richard Heinberg about the history of human’s dependence on fossil fuels; focusing on what is truly important as well as another way of measuring our su…
1: A BUTTERFLY FOR ALL: A Cure For Climate Change
Jan 27 • 37 min
WILD ROOTS PODCAST’s first episode features an interview with Dr. Sailesh Rao. Join us as we discuss THE solution to Climate Change and how you can prevent “Year ZERO” by becoming a Climate Healer.In this episode, Dr. Saile…
WILD ROOTS Trailer
Jan 27 • 2 min
Wild Roots is an honest podcast about the state of wild nature in the age of the anthropocene. It will be a journey to inspire listeners to reconnect with their wild roots.It will host an on-going discussion about the needs of nature, explor…