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.
What lessons are passed down through generations that can help us feel at home, both mentally and physically? In this episode, we explore the power of mentorship through a conversation between queer climbers Lor Sabourin and Madaleine Sorkin. We also travel to the Salish Sea to hear about three generations of women who are fighting against the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion to save the resident orcas and the livelihoods of the coast Salish people. Join us for Patagonia Stories wherever you get your podcasts.
Read Queer Climbing Mentorship: https://www.patagonia.com/stories/queering-climb-mentorship/story-123496.html
Watch We Are the Water: https://www.patagonia.com/stories/episode-6-we-are-the-water/video-123950.html