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From Wyoming Public Media comes HumaNature, a podcast sharing "real stories where humans and our habitat meet." Through these audio episodes, and the occasional video, listeners can experience true tales of encounters between people and the natural world that are alternately funny, moving, and thrilling. Recent episodes include "Remembering How To Be Human," in which artist Stephanie Housley moves from New York City to tiny Bondurant, Wyoming (population 93), and "Out of the Frying Pan," in which a couple from Portland, Oregon takes a weekend camping trip to the mountains to escape the city's heat only to get trapped by a wildfire. Widely acclaimed for its storytelling, HumaNature was the 2016 and 2018 recipient of the Best Podcast award from Public Radio News Directors Incorporated, and it has aired on more than twenty public radio stations. Episodes run approximately fifteen to twenty minutes long, and most are accompanied by several photographs. Listeners can subscribe via multiple platforms, including SoundCloud, Google Play, and Apple Podcasts.
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Date of Scout Publication 2018-08-03
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2018/0803

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