Trains Trails & Troubadours Podcasts


 

With your host Gigi Love

 

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Show 14: Features an interview with record producer and musical artist Justin Wayne Nelson of the band Collapsing Stars.

 

 

Show 13: Features an interview with Nick Molle, award-winning nature filmmaker.

 

 

Show 12: Features an interview with Jack Price a long time volunteer in Shenandoah National Park.

 

 

Show 11Ellen Loechner shares her journey and experiences hiking the Pacific Crest Trail. You can read Ellen’s blog by click/tapping on her name in gold.

 

 

Show 10: Features interviews from the 2017 Outdoor Retailer Summer Show with Matt Kaplan, VP of Membership and Sales at Outdoor Industry Association, Scott Wilkinson, Director of Communications and Marketing at Pacific Crest Trail Association and Connie Self, with Jeff Lowe, talks about Jeff’s documentary film Metanoia.

 

 

Show 9: Features interviews with Bob Three Dog, owner of the Three Dog Down store in Polson, MT and Hunter and Felica Cohn, owners of the Sunflower Cafe in Glacier National Park.

 

 

Show 8: Features interviews with Donald Murie, son of famed conservationists Mardy and Olaus Murie, and Docent Dan the historian at the Murie Center in Grand Teton National Park.

 

 

Show 7: Features interviews with Emma Rocio Fajardo from Next Generation Ranger Corp. of Saguaro National Park and Tina Andrew Environmental Education Intern talking about the Saguaro Fruit Harvest.

 

 

Show 6: Features interviews with Dr. Ann Dupont, former Historian Professor at UT Austin, and filmmaker David Dubos. Ann talks about her book Mardi Gras Indians. David talks about his new movie Butterfly in the Typewriter with Susan Sarandon as well as his documentary about Bobby Charles, a cajun musician who worked with The Band.

 

 

Show 5: Features interviews with Dove Brown, General Manager of concessions at Big Bend National Park and Sam, a local enjoying the hot springs.

 

 

Show 4: Features interviews with Kate Thomas, park ranger at Pipe Spring National Monument, and Marc Thomas, Sierra Club Utah Chapter Chair. 

 

 

Show 3: Features interviews with Emily Weiss and Susan Gerrard  of the Volcanoes Art Center in Volcanoes National Park, located in Volcanoes, HI.

 

 

Show 2: Features interviews with Bud Holmes and Jon Beebe of the Jazz National Historical Park Rangers, located in New Orleans, LA.

 

 

Show 1: Features an interview with David Nimkin, Senior Regional Director for NPCA’s Southwest region.