How It Looks From Here

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Mary and Paris continue their conversation, this time focusing on the intersections of the environment and social movements. Our social ecologies inform environments large and small, from global climate change to our individual well-being. Pari
In the first of our two-part interview with public health worker and activist Paris Mullen, Mary and Paris talk about the recent protests for racial justice in Chicago and the ways in which the coronavirus pandemic is perpetuating inequities in
Host Mary Clare speaks with Shoshone-Bannock tribal member Carmen Yupe about Carmen's pillars of strength in this time of COVID. Carmen tells stories of her training as a yoga instructor and her childhood trauma, and the support that she has fo
In this episode, Mary Clare speaks with Jon Trapp, a wildland firefighter and fire behavior analyst, emergency search and rescue volunteer, and wolf biologist. Jon describes his experience working on wild fires during COVID, being challenged by
In this episode, Mary talks with Graham Stacy just a few days before his 16th birthday. Graham lives in Gardiner, Montana. Gardiner has grown up around the Yellowstone Arch - the original entryway to the world's first National Park, established
In this episode, Mary talks to Meagan Lannan, a regenerative rancher, mother, and sustainable foods advocate in Paradise Valley, Montana. Meagan describes her work on the land, with her cows, goats, sheep, ducks, husband, and children. Life too
Mary speaks with artist, alternative tour guide, and activist Michelle Browder. Based in Montgomery Alabama, Michelle Browder comes from a long line of civil rights and community activists. Michelle uses her artistic flair to build brands, send
In this episode, Mary Clare speaks with healer, activist, and artist Sara Mapelli about her life in Oregon and her work with bees. This year, Sara has endured hardships ranging from the immanent threat wildfire at their home in the Columbia Riv
Host Mary Clare speaks with Shoshone-Bannock tribal member Carmen Yupe about Carmen's pillars of strength in this time of COVID. Carmen tells stories of her training as a yoga instructor and her childhood trauma, and the support that she has fo
Welcome to How It Looks From Here. In this first episode, creators Mary Clare and Joe Loviska talk about how Joe's work in higher education has changed in times of COVID-19. Check out Mary's work in Full Ecology with Gary Ferguson at www.fulle
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