Ep. 129: Capturing Life Through A Lens

Ep. 129: Capturing Life Through A Lens

Lane Walter joined us in episode 95 for a filming 101 but, we didn’t get a chance to dive into Lane; the father, husband, firefighter, videographer, producer, avid hunter, competitive archer and everything else that makes him tick. Lane shares some wild hunting stories, his most memorable moments behind the camera and some awesome tips and tricks for both hunting & filming.

Ep. 128: Letting Fear & Failure Drive You

Ep. 128: Letting Fear & Failure Drive You

Ever wake up wanting to do more? Ever wonder how far you can push yourself? We are joined by power couple Alli & Jess Roskelley, who are very familiar with dreaming big & pushing limits. These two let fear & failure drive them and they are here to share all their crazy adventures and why they dare to dream big every day.

Ep. 127- If You Have To Ask You'll Never Know

Ep. 127- If You Have To Ask You'll Never Know

Since a young age, Steve Fassbinder found freedom through exploring and cycling. He has since made it his life, traveling the globe bike packing, pack rafting & mountaineering for over 25 years. The breathtaking places Steve has seen, the fascinating people he has met, and the wild adventures he has been on, has given him a unique view on life, and he is here to share it all.

Ep. 126: Wild Game & The Wild Kitchen

Ep. 126: Wild Game & The Wild Kitchen

Today is the launch of the 3rd volume of Wilderness Athlete’s The Wild Kitchen, The Wild Game Edition. So we asked Wilderness Athlete Director or Operations Kimberly Rush & Chef Connor Gabbott to join us to talk all about wild game. We share some of our favorite recipes from the book, talk about how to properly prepare and store your meat and provide a few tips to those who have never tried wild game. If you love cooking wild game or have always wanted to give it a shot, then this podcast is the one for you.

Ep. 125: Wilderness, Wildlife & Wolves

Ep. 125: Wilderness, Wildlife & Wolves

Since being listed under the Endangered Species Act in 1974, and then their reintroduction to Yellowstone National Park and central Idaho in 1995, the battle over the presence of the gray wolf in the West has been an ongoing debate. Justin Webb, Hunting Guide for Clark Fork Outfitters and Mission Advancement Director of the Foundation for Wildlife Management, sits down with us to share his life in the wilderness and his incredible experiences with wolves in Idaho.

Ep. 124: Moving From Labels To Shared Values

Ep. 124: Moving From Labels To Shared Values

With election day right around the corner, we wanted to drive home just how important your vote is on November 6th. Mahting Putelis joins us to talk about why we as a country need to move away from the labels, to sharing values, in order to continue enjoying our wild spaces, wild animals, clean air and clean water. If you have not voted, are on the fence about voting or just want some more information, tune in cause this is about preserving what we all love, the outdoors.

Ep. 123: Be One With Nature & Experience Life On A Mule

Ep. 123: Be One With Nature & Experience Life On A Mule

In honor of National Mule day this past weekend we thought we would celebrate these amazing animals and we have the perfect person to talk all about mules. Rob Johnston has been an outfitter for over 28 years and has developed a passion for mules over the years.

Ep. 122: Leading An Examined Life Through Running

Ep. 122: Leading An Examined Life Through Running

This week we have the pleasure of welcoming Endurance Athlete & Ultra Runner Joe Grant. Joe has been running ultras for over a decade and has a diverse and extensive resume competing in trail and mountain running events all over the world. Joe’s philosophy on life and the knowledge he has gained from his experiences is incredible & he shares it all including some advice to those interested in endurance running & why he thinks it’s essential for the human race to use their feet, to examine life and find their wild.