Rediscover the Winds

A weekly Society, Culture and Travel podcast
Good podcast? Give it some love!

Episodes of Rediscover the Winds

All things Christmas are discussed on the latest episode of Rediscover The Winds: A Wyoming History Podcast.
It’s a two-in-one episode on Rediscover The Winds! Part one features all things Thanksgiving in Fremont County. Part two dives into female politicians in Fremont County. For more about the Fremont County Museum System, click here! As alw
Rediscover The Winds bring you some spooky October tales! For more about the Fremont County Museum System, click here! As always, this podcast is sponsored Mick Pryor, your Edward Jones Financial Advisor. For more Fremont County podcas
Stevie, Randy, and Zach discuss the rich history of apples in Fremont County. For more about the Fremont County Museum System, click here! As always, this podcast is sponsored Mick Pryor, your Edward Jones Financial Advisor. For more F
Randy and Stevie from the Fremont County Museum System discuss a variety of geographical and geological topics in the Porter’s 10Cast Studio. Sit back, relax, and enjoy a bit of Wyoming history on Rediscover The Winds. For more about the
Lander is a special and unique place for the Fourth of July, due to its many traditional events. Lander is home to the oldest paid rodeo in the world, a fantastic parade, and some of the best fireworks in the country! In this episode of Redisco
This month, on Rediscover the Winds, we look at some of the most interesting and bizarre medical related incidents in Fremont County History. For much of the County’s past, good professional medical care was simply unobtainable. Those tough eno
It’s hard to explore the world when confined to one’s home or limited by time and money, but your hosts are here to entertain you! Wind River Country is filled with amazing places to visit. Some of these places just require a walk down the road
This month for Episode 26 we will be telling the story of agriculture in Fremont County. The struggle to tame Wyoming’s wild landscape for agriculture is a tale with many facets. It involved crafty engineering, a lot of cursing, a lot of
Modern researchers, like podcast hosts, use federal census data to collect information on the men and women who called Fremont County, Wyoming, and the American West their home. Rediscover the Winds will dive into the our nation’s archives
With January over, the new year and new decade are well underway and what better way is there to welcome 2020 than by looking back at 1920, when Model T’s, bootlegging, and pinstripe suits were the norm. Dances at ranches and alcohol hidden in
This episode marks Rediscover the Winds’ first birthday! After a few minutes of looking back at the past year, we look forward to the new year and the new decade. 2020 marks another census year in the United States, and throughout the year, we’
Randy Wise from the Fremont County Pioneer Museum joins us back in studio. The Pioneer Museum recently opened a new exhibit featuring some 100 pieces of never-before seen Plains Indian ledger art. Randy talks about the hisory and significance o
Rachel likes birds, and Lyndzee likes fungus. These two naturalists with the Great Plains Nature Center in Wichita, Kansas work to connect the natural world to those who live close to them. Their focus is the overlooked and underappreciated eco
Bonnie Smith is the State Program Coordinator for Project Archaeology, an organization that is “dedicated to teaching scientific and historical inquiry, cultural understanding, and the importance of protecting our nation’s rich cultural resourc
Brandon “basically works with birds.” He is the Assistant Manager for the Live Raptor Program at the Draper Natural History Museum at the Buffalo Bill Historic Center in Cody, Wyoming. Fortunately for Brandon, these raptors won’t break out of t
Kaitlyn is a Community Programs Manager at the Walking Mountains Science Center in Veil, Colorado. She works primarily with helping pre-school aged children become acquainted with, comfortable in, and curious about nature. Learn about the impor
Dave Sutherland, now at the City of Boulder, Open Space and Mountain Parks Department formerly worked as the Head of Environmental Education and Interpretation at the Charles Darwin Research Station, Galapagos Islands. He talks about his severa
Topher is a Lander native who now calls Boulder, Colorado home. Topher suffered an accident that rendered him wheelchair-bound. A lifelong outdoors enthusiast, he hit the trails around Boulder, and ended up spearheading an effort to improve acc
Things take a spooky turn in the 15th episode of Rediscover the Winds. We talk to Trysta Stingley, a Riverton High School graduate and CWC student. Trysta was one of several members of Alma Law’s 2017 Sophomore Honor’s English class that, as a
September is Back-to-School season, as well as the anniversary of the discovery of uranium in the Gas Hills.  Willie Peden, a former Gas Hills school teacher, joins us in this episode to talk about school and life in this unique uranium village
September is Back-to-School season, as well as the anniversary of the discovery of uranium in the Gas Hills.  Willie Peden, a former Gas Hills school teacher, joins us in this episode to talk about school and life in this unique uranium village
In this bonus episode, we talk to Johanna Thompson of the Dubois Museum about her many close encounters with wildfires. Abrupt ends to wedding receptions, feeding firefighters, and evacuating to campers are all part of living in the Winds.
In this bonus episode, we talk to Johanna Thompson of the Dubois Museum about her many close encounters with wildfires. Abrupt ends to wedding receptions, feeding firefighters, and evacuating to campers are all part of living in the Winds.
Last week, in this month's regular episode, we played a portion of the discussion we had with Karl Brauneis. As a bonus, we would like to share the full, extremely interesting discussion. Enjoy this, and look for another bonus episode next week
Rate Podcast
Do you host or manage this podcast?
Claim and edit this page to your liking.
Are we missing an episode or update?
Use this to check the RSS feed immediately.