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Threshold is a public radio show and podcast that tackles one pressing environmental issue each season. We report the story where it's happening through a range of voices and perspectives. Our goal is to be a home for nuanced journalism about human relationships with the natural world. Season Two Featuring reporting from all eight Arctic countries, we ask: What is the Arctic? What’s changing there? And, why does this matter to all of us? Season One We tell the story of the American bison, and ask if – and how – we could ever have wild, free-roaming bison again.

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So well done

Fair, balanced, and utterly fascinating. Thank you for this wonderful, insightful podcast about bison and the bigger issue of how we humans view each other and our fellow species.

Thoughtful Reporting, Captivating Storytelling

The American Bison is mighty, intriguing and controversial. Threshold respectfully gives voice to all of the key players in a way that easily has listeners understanding the situation from multiple sides. I'm looking forward to hearing the story being told in this long form, detailed fashion. It's the kind of considerate reporting that makes me feel invested, informed and impatiently awaiting the next episode.


I've listened to the host's reporting on Montana Public Radio (MTPR) over the last year and was excited to hear this first episode on our local station today. Somewhere between the science and cultural story lines of Radiolab and This American Life, respectively (which are both long-time favorites), I think I will enjoy the in-depth development permitted with the multi-episode format (similar to Serial).

While I live in Montana, I've never really been interested in the bison story. It's only been one episode, but it seems like the host and program's format have the potential to change that for me. I suspect that will be true for listeners wherever they live. I'm now a subscriber and looking forward to the rest!

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