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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 current environmental crisis, the importance of our reconnection to our wild earth, biodiversity, re-wilding efforts, apex predator protection, the age of exploitation and decline, human nature, even neurobiology and more. We will also explore how our day to day lives lead to a continuum of unmindful apathy for the greater ecology in which we live. We will explore and share the many ways we can cognitively connect to wild earth every day and bring our minds to a more lasting recognition of our innate connection to OUR Earth.

This podcast will consist of a mix of formats, including solo-broadcasting, recorded discussions and interviews with other ecologists, naturalists, biologists and environmentally-minded individuals.

From the host: "I want to talk about what people don't want to talk about. Join me on a journey to connecting to our wild roots by engaging in conversations about our place here on Earth. Let's bring it home and talk about it."

Visit the host's field biology blog at thewanderingnaturalist.com ALSO, if you enjoy this content please consider supporting my work by becoming a Patron: www.patreon.com/wildroots


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Recent Episodes

EP 13: IN NATURE'S DEFENSE: A Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature
In this episode we speak with the organizing director of the Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature (GARN) as well as members of their executive committee about the importance of and efforts towards establishing rights of nature laws. Join us in honoring the recognition that Nature too, has rights.LINKS:Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature (GARN)WildRoots PatreonThanks for listening!
EP 12: DOWN TO EARTH: The Ground Beneath Us
There is something very special hidden beneath our feet... A life-giving component of this planet, too often ignored yet crucial to our existence and survival. In this episode we discuss this amazing life-giving source with renewed reverence with returning guest and author, Paul Bogard. His book "The Ground Beneath Us" reveals to us the hidden truths that lie beneath our feet everyday and truly puts into perspective the multiple threats that kill millions of species that make up this breathing source of life. The Ground Beneath Us by Paul BogardTo support more Wild Roots episodes like this one please consider becoming a WILD ROOTS PatreonThanks for listening!
EP 11: NATURE UNBROKEN: Reconnecting The Wildways
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 corridors, and has been deeply involved in legislative efforts to modernize wildlife management in the state. Before moving to New Mexico, Michael has worked in the Grand Canyon and Yellowstone National Parks as a trail groomer and tour guide. Michael also earned a master’s degree in environmental history from the University of Montana where he began work on his book, Grizzly West, which focuses on the attempt to reintroduce grizzly bears to the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness in Montana and Idaho. For more WILD ROOTS episodes please consider becoming a WILD ROOTS Patreon.LINKS:New Mexico’s Wildlife Corridors Act: A path toward success (Rewilding.org article written by Michael Dax)Support The Wildlife Corridors Conservation ActGrizzly West (Michael's Book)
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Jan 27th, 2019
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Aug 20th, 2019
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