For The Wild Podcast is an anthology of the Anthropocene; focused on land-based protection, co-liberation and intersectional storytelling rooted in a paradigm shift away from human supremacy, endless growth and consumerism.
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“No organism is an island.” As Sandor Katz reminds us in this delightful and informative episode, all life on earth is deeply interdependent. Though modern food systems alienate us from our environments and from the ways, we cannot totally sever ours... more
In this week’s episode we tap deep into the trust, desire, intimacy, and vulnerability that come from relationality. Betty Martin offers her vast knowledge of bodywork, somatics, and consent to give listeners insight into what she calls “The Wheel of... more
How can a relationship with one animal open the door to the depths of humanity? In this episode, returning guest Kurt Russo shares how he came to see the world through Tokitae, a Southern Resident Orca held captive in the Miami Seaquarium for decades... more
Listeners should know that Ayana is blocking everyone asking why she is silent on Palestine. I supported this podcast for years but obviously have canceled on Patreon and hope people will spread the word. This is a fraudulent white woman who thinks her feelings are above genocide or even being asked basic questions about her silence. Shameful.
Love this podcast so much. I’ve replayed each episode several times. Every interview just builds on the last one. It just feels like an endless conversation about love, hard truths, vulnerability, accountability and freedom. Each guests featured come with such authenticity. You can feel their passion, urgency and love.
Suprised there hasnt been an episode yet 💔
Wonderful guests - caring thoughtful host - mind and heart awakening content - thank you
I love this podcast and learn so much from it. I hope you’ll bring more disability advocates on at some point to discuss the pandemic, masking, community care. As a show that covers topics hidden in plain sight, this is an essential one that deserves a deeper dive.
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For The Wild launched 9 years ago and published 358 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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