Category: Rewilding Podcast

Episode 6: Hunter-Gatherers & the Search for Meaning

In this episode I chat with Dr. Leonard Martin, retired professor of the Behavioral and Brain Sciences Program Psychology program at Georgia University. We talk about the important distinction between what James Woodburn labeled “Immediate-Return” and “Delayed-Return” societies, and how the transition from immediate-return to delayed-return transformed human culture, psychology, and behaviors. Dr. Martin has …

Episode 5: To Wander With Intention

In this episode I speak with my friend Bartle about her experiences on walkabouts, leading animal processing camps, running, and much more. Bartle’s life is an inspiration to me and many others. If you’ve ever thought about going on long term minimalist, wilderness living experiences, this will definitely appeal to you. I recorded this one …

Episode 4: Complex Contexts with Lucy O’Hagan

Today, my guest is Lucy O’Hagen, the founder and head of Wild Awake! Ireland. I’ve followed Lucy’s work for several years and continue to feel deeply inspired and in awe of the programs that she creates. I’ve been wanting to interview Lucy for some time now. Firstly to elevate her school, but also, while our …

Episode 3: Food for Thought with Nora Gedgaudas

The best case scenario for healthy, longer lives is when our DNA matches the environment we are born into and live in for the duration of our lives. Sadly, our culture and environments are so far away from what we evolved to be adapted to and our health has suffered tremendously. While rewilding is not …

Episode 2: Rewilding & Anarchy with Kevin Tucker

Anarchy is a central component to the rewilding movement, and as such it is here that I wanted to place my first interview. Today I’m chatting with Kevin Tucker, an anarchist writer, editor, and publisher who has been writing about primal anarchy for over twenty years. He is the author of the book For Wildness …