Host Archana Ram explores the foundational nature of knowledge, and asks the questions that matter about our relationship with each other and the natural world. How are lessons passed through generations to help us feel at home? What barriers prevent us from acquiring natural wisdom? How can we adapt in the face of a rapidly changing climate? And so much more. Knowledge acts as a vessel; it must be shared, kept, evolved, and passed on. Please join us at Patagonia Stories.
How can art build a connection to nature? What lessons can we learn through song, images and writing? In this episode, we interview musical duo The Local Honeys about how their home landscape of Kentucky and the coal mining industry have shaped their communities and music. We also talk with Cameron Keller Scott, a fly fishing guide, teacher and poet. His writing dives into the secrets that rivers keep and the contradictions of loving a sport that can impact those precious ecosystems. At the Patagonia Archives, Val and Terri give us a peek at Patagonia's pattern making process (try saying that five times fast). Tune in for a new episode of Patagonia Stories wherever you get your podcasts.
Watch Dying to Make a Living: https://www.patagonia.com/stories/episode-3-dying-to-make-a-living/video-124194.html
Read and listen to Cameron Keller Scott read an excerpt from A River’s Own Name: https://www.patagonia.com/stories/a-rivers-own-name/story-124149.html