Nature’s Archive Podcast has Launched!

I’m incredibly excited to announce that my Nature’s Archive podcast has launched! It has taken a lot of work and time, but it’s here!

#59: Alison Pollack – Finding and Photographing Slime Molds Nature's Archive

  1. #59: Alison Pollack – Finding and Photographing Slime Molds
  2. #58: Dr. Sarah Rose – Astounding Spiders!
  3. #57: Allen Fish – Raptor Migration from Hawk Hill
  4. BONUS: Wildfire Ecology, DNA Barcoding Research, Nitrogen Deposition, Nature Conferences, and more!
  5. #56: Deb Kramer – Starting and Leading Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful

I’m really fortunate to have three great episodes to launch with:

Dorian Anderson tells about his incredible story of biking 17830 miles across the USA for discovery of birds and himself – and the doors that it has opened.

Matthew Dodder tells of his transition from a Silicon Valley graphic design and marketing career to Executive Director of the Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society – one of the largest Audubon chapters in California.

And Jan Hintermeister tells us how to have it all through volunteering. He maintained a productive and successful engineering career while making broad impact in conservation, environmental education, and parks and recreation.

I have more episodes lined up – expect me to publish between 1 and 2 a month (remember – I’m doing this in addition to my day job!)

You can hear more about why I created this podcast by listening to Episode 0, or read this post.

And please, if you like the show, share it with a friend, or leave feedback on Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcast service! I’d also love to hear from you directly – leave a comment here on the site and let me know what you’d like to hear and see in the future.

Half Dome, Yosemite National Park, California, USA

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