Through a lot of my life, I’ve always gone against the grain. Whether that’s through skydiving or ultra-running or ditching a very comfortable federal career.”
Tag Archives: Environmentalism
#19 Mehgan Heaney-Grier: The ‘Imperfect Conservationist’ and former world-record free-diver saving our oceans
Far from being a voice that just points out all the things we’re doing wrong when it comes to conservation, Mehgan offers up actionable advice, like turning your car off instead of letting it idle, that couldn’t be easier to incorporate into our everyday lives.
#17 Carlee Koutnik: Deputy Director of Colorado Parks & Wildlife
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is a nationally recognized leader in conservation, outdoor recreation, and wildlife management. The agency manages 41 state parks, more than 350 state wildlife areas, and a host of recreational programs. Reaping the benefits of their work as much as I do, I thought it’d make for a great episode to talk to someone from CPW and I was absolutely right!
#8 Sarah Schlafly: Living Mighty with cricket protein
Did you know that in 2018, the average American ate roughly 200lbs of meat and that conventional beef usually requires 65 square feet of land per quarter pound to raise cattle alone? No doubt there is serious concern over food security as the effects of climate change become more and more real. Enter my guestContinue reading “#8 Sarah Schlafly: Living Mighty with cricket protein”