In this episode, UMaine Farmington professor Gretchen Legler discusses human connections to the sacred in the natural world.
In this episode, writer Kimberly Ridley discusses the power of unstructured time for children and the power present in close observations of the natural world.
In this episode, author William Carpenter discusses the importance of better understanding and living within our natural systems.
In this episode, authors Glen Libby and Toni Small discuss their book “Caught: Time, Place, Fish.”
In this episode, professor and maritime historian Lincoln Paine discusses Maine’s coastal history.
In this episode, author Christopher Packard discusses Maine’s rich folklore.
In this episode, historian Earl H. Smith discusses Maine’s rich invention and maker culture.
Bok discusses traditional ways of thinking unique to Maine, and to the cultural flow of humanity as informed and shaped by our ocean world.
Rob McCall joins host Peter Neill to discuss the tradition of nature writing in Maine, the characteristics of the genre, and the various methodologies and principles that underlie this special means by which to evoke and understand the natural world that surrounds us.
Dirigo, indeed. Base our future on human ecology, not ‘nostalgia and empty tradition.’
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