Don't Forget Your Boots
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Travel and conservation blog, where we hope to get and give inspiration for our adventures at home and away.
||CleanCraig Sholley of African Wildlife Foundation||In this podcast episode, Craig and I speak about his storied career as a conservationist, his work with Dian Fossey, the successful trend of African mountain gorillas, the role of eco-tourism in the mountain gorillas population rise, and how the Afric||1/13/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTim Holbrook of Masonboro Reserve Oyster Co||Today I'm joined by Tim Holbrook of Masonboro Reserve Oyster Co, who, among other things, chats about why North Carolina—which could be the Napa Valley of oysters—is lagging behind Virginia in oyster production, how his farm was impacted by Hurrican||12/18/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAuthor, Speaker, and Conservationist Sonia Faruqi||In this episode, I talk with critically acclaimed author Sonia Faruqi, where we chat about ocean conservation, her writing process, and her newest book The Oyster Thief.||12/2/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSam Blount of Front Line Freediving||I sit down with Sam Blount, of Front Line Freediving, one of the best dive shops in Wilmington, North Carolina. Sam is a freediving rockstar, and blows my mind on multiple occasions throughout the interview with his extensive knowledge, skills and exp||11/13/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanUNCW Professor Dr. Larry Cahoon||In this episode, I sit down with UNCW professor Larry Cahoon to discuss the impact of hurricane Florence and potential threats to the southeast North Carolina water supply, including coal ash, pig farms, and GenX.||10/26/2018||Free||View in iTunes|