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Eli Loomis is an instructor and Executive Director at Boulder Outdoor Survival School (BOSS) in Utah. At 53 years old, BOSS is the oldest survival school in the country. It is notorious for its long, minimalist desert treks, including a 28-day field course. In this conversation, Eli and I talk about the history of BOSS, the psychology of survival a…
 
Patrons of The Rewilding Podcast get access to new podcasts two weeks early. Also, when folks become a patron, for even just $1, you can ask me a question or throw out a topic for me to talk about from a rewilding perspective. In this episode, I will be answering more questions: • Can a wild world meet the needs of 7.5+ billion human beings? • Do y…
 
Today I’m chatting with John Zerzan, long time anarchist author, speaker and host of Anarchy Radio out of Eugene, Oregon. John's writing has been instrumental in crafting the rewilding narrative. In this conversation, we jump right into some of the themes and history of primal anarchy, and work our way around various topics. Notes • John's Website …
 
This episode is the first half of a conversation between myself and Natasha Tucker from Primal Anarchy Podcast. The second half will be released by them and a link posted here will connect you to it. The last time Natasha and I conversed this much was in my living room after the Rewilding Conference in January of 2020. It was great to catch up and …
 
I've started a patreon to help fund the podcast. Patrons of the podcast get access to new podcasts two weeks early. Also, when folks become a patron, for even just $1, you can ask me a question or throw out a topic for me to talk about from a rewilding perspective. In this episode, I will be answering the first few Patron Prompts. Here are the Ques…
 
In this episode I chat with Lise Silva Gomes, an artist who works with fiber, knots, paint and more, who has spent a great deal of time thinking and teaching about community grounded art practice. A huge aspect of rewilding is the practice of ancestral skills–learning to use your hands to create the technologies that we need to live, from the eleme…
 
“The earth’s biodiversity depends [very directly] on its human diversity.” - Stephen Corry In this episode I chat with Stephen Corry, the former director of Survival International, a global organization that supports indigenous peoples in their struggles against colonialism. We talk about why the organization is important, and how it relates direct…
 
Episode 11: Embodied Anthropology Much of the narratives found in rewilding originate from the study of cultures outside of civilization, through the discipline of anthropology. In this episode I chat with two of my friends that dwell in the academic world, around the challenges of navigating the benefits and problems with the institution of anthro…
 
Months ago I asked my facebook and instagram audience if they had questions that I could answer in a podcast. I finally delved into the well of inquiry, and only got to the first three questions: Zack Rouda asked: “Why bother?” Pat Craig asked: On the problem of the lack of access to land for most people. At least land that one could hunt/forage or…
 
Popular culture likes to tell us that modern men are still just cavemen that masquerade in suits. That they are really just big dumb brutes, bent on domination to get their way. Deep down, their urges for violence (and sexual violence in particular) are simply part of their biology. Where does this mythology come from and why? What does rewilding m…
 
In this episode I speak with Dr. David Lewis, historian, anthropology professor and member of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde. We talk about the importance of learning the history of your place, what it's like being a bridge for cultures, ideas for being an ally, among many other interesting things. Dr. David Lewis Website: https://ndnhistor…
 
In this episode I chat with Woniya Thibeault, ancestral skills practitioner and teacher, and recent cast member of the History Channel's ALONE show. Woniya and I cover a large range of topics, from the challenges of reality TV to how starvation effects one's body to practical things people can do in this strange time of a global pandemic to wiping …
 
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 transfo…
 
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 a few mo…
 
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 organizations are similar in style and c…
 
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 just a diet plan, it is important to study and…
 
In this introductory episode, I talk about my story: who I am, where I came from, and what rewilding means to me. This episode sets the context in which the rest of this podcast will reside. Resources: Rewild or Die by Urban Scout (My moniker) Press Interviews over the last 13 years Tom Brown Jr. Ishmael by Daniel Quinn Coyote Tracks Jon Young's 8 …
 
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