Interviews

Dave Landreth – Griztrax (Part 2)

Posted by on Mar 28, 2014 @ 8:22 am in Interviews | 0 comments

Dave Landreth – Griztrax (Part 2)

Researcher, Conservationist & Bushwhacker   Dave Landreth is an outspoken Southern Appalachian conservation advocate who, through years of researching wildlife in the Northern Rocky Mountains of Wyoming, has developed a passion for protecting clean air and water, public lands and the plants and animals that live among us. His penchant for collecting plaster molds of grizzly bear and wolf paw imprints from the mud of the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone gave him his handle, Griztrax. If you missed Part 1 of Meanderthals’ interview...

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Dave Landreth – Griztrax (Part 1)

Posted by on Mar 22, 2014 @ 9:11 am in Interviews | 1 comment

Dave Landreth – Griztrax (Part 1)

Researcher, Conservationist & Bushwhacker   Dave Landreth is an outspoken Southern Appalachian conservation advocate who, through years of researching wildlife in the Northern Rocky Mountains of Wyoming, has developed a passion for protecting clean air and water, public lands and the plants and animals that live among us. His penchant for collecting plaster molds of grizzly bear and wolf paw imprints from the mud of the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone gave him his handle, Griztrax. Dave recently agreed to this interview with...

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Shaun Carrigan – Film-maker

Posted by on Dec 20, 2013 @ 5:46 pm in Interviews | 0 comments

Shaun Carrigan – Film-maker

Producer and Director of Photography   Tell it on the Mountain – Tales from the Pacific Crest Trail follows a handful of diverse characters that go on a life-changing journey. This film features several legends of the trail, including Scott Williamson (former record holder for fastest thru-hike, and the only hiker to ever “yo-yo” the PCT), Billygoat (a John Muir look-alike who’s been hiking the PCT every season for the past 20 years), a retired and renowned “trail angel” out for her first section hike, and other lovable...

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Ron Strickland – Pathfinder

Posted by on Jul 10, 2013 @ 8:09 pm in Interviews | 0 comments

Ron Strickland – Pathfinder

Founder of the Pacific Northwest Trail, author, conservationist   Early in the 1970s, Ron Strickland — a young, novice hiker with an audacious idea — launched a campaign to link Glacier National Park’s alpine meadows with the Pacific Ocean via a new, 1,200-mile footpath across three national parks and seven national forests. In 1983 Strickland and his fellow explorer Ted Hitzroth thru-hiked the proposed trail’s full length east to west to publish its innovative guidebook. He — along with countless other volunteers...

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