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Becoming Nature with Laura Storm

Becoming Nature Podcast

Release Date: 04/15/2019

Through the foundation of reciprocity, play and thank you show art Through the foundation of reciprocity, play and thank you

Becoming Nature Podcast

In this episode, the I speak to Richard Skrein. He shares about his work with a charity called The Garden Classroom, which brings nature experiences to inner city communities. We also discuss storytelling, being a facilitator and parent. Rich's work focusses on training adults to use the outdoors as a space for growth, learning, and healing. Tune in to learn more about their work and the transformative experiences they aim to create.

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Erica Berry - Wovles and the stories we tell about fear show art Erica Berry - Wovles and the stories we tell about fear

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  We dive into the impact of consuming a constant stream of fear-based stories. From the overwhelming amount of news and information focused on fear and trauma that bombards us in today's world. But also the stories that are ancient. The ancient fear stories that we told, and heard, for many reasons. Erica  is a writer and teacher based in her hometown of Portland, Oregon. Her essays appear in publications such as the Guardian, The New York Times, Yale Review, The Atlantic, and Orion, and her first book, Wolfish: Wolf, Self, and the Stories We...

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Woniya Thibeault - Never alone show art Woniya Thibeault - Never alone

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In this episode, I speak with who appeared on the show "Alone" and was the first woman to win a season. Woniya joined two seasons of the show. First lasting 73 days alone in the wild on the brink of starvation. And won the second season ‘Frozen’, as the first woman in ‘Alone’ show history. It felt even more special to speak to her, as she won the show on my birth land of Labrador. We talk about shares her experience in Labrador and the similarities and differences between that location and the Northwest Territories. Woniya reflects on the importance of self-care and the societal...

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To Mentor with the Wild; with Sophie Strand show art To Mentor with the Wild; with Sophie Strand

Becoming Nature Podcast

Sophie Strand is a writer based in the Hudson Valley who focuses on the intersection of spirituality, storytelling, and ecology. But it would probably be more authentic to call her a neo-troubadour animist with a propensity to spin yarns that inevitably turn into love stories. Her first book of essays The Flowering Wand: Lunar Kings, Lichenized Lovers, Transpecies Magicians, and Rhizomatic Harpists Heal the Masculine is forthcoming in 2022 from Inner Traditions. Her eco-feminist historical fiction reimagining of the gospels The Madonna Secret will also be published by Inner Traditions.  ...

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Meeting Mortality with Sarah Kerr show art Meeting Mortality with Sarah Kerr

Becoming Nature Podcast

Sarah has been a death doula and ritual healing practitioner since 2012.  Her work helps dying people and their families connect with each other, and with the innate wisdom of the dying process.  Sarah’s approach draws on nature-­based spirituality, sacred sciences, and the richness of the human soul. She designs and facilitates ceremonies that help her clients to integrate experiences of death, loss, and transformation. These rituals honour the spiritual significance of what’s happening, and bring healing to the living, the dying, and the dead.

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Roots and Stitching ourselves back together with Jan Blake show art Roots and Stitching ourselves back together with Jan Blake

Becoming Nature Podcast

As one of the leading storytellers, Jan Blake has been performing worldwide for over twenty-five years. Specialising in stories from Africa, the Caribbean, and Arabia, she has a well-earned reputation for dynamic and generous storytelling. Recent highlights include Hay Festival, where she was storyteller in-residence, the Viljandi Harvest Festival in Estonia and TEDx Warsaw. As well as performing at all the major storytelling festivals both nationally and internationally, she works regularly with the British Council, leads storytelling workshops for emerging storytellers, and gives...

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Kinship and Foraging Stories with Gavin Van Horn show art Kinship and Foraging Stories with Gavin Van Horn

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Executive Editor at the Gavin Van Horn, joins on for a conversation about kinship. How it is beyond genetics and more about the relational. 

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Discovering the cracks in the mirror, with Bayo Akomolafe show art Discovering the cracks in the mirror, with Bayo Akomolafe

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This conversation has invited me to look at those in my mirror. Where I try to polish and where I accept the invitation. In the broader scale where we in West are so busy polishing that our arms are falling off.

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Rewilding Farmland with David Katznelson show art Rewilding Farmland with David Katznelson

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How easy is it to buy farmland and give it back to nature. This is what we are talking about today. 

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Will of the Wild with Jay Griffiths show art Will of the Wild with Jay Griffiths

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We are back and we kick off season two with a talk about sustainability, leadership. We take journey back to where we began moving away from nature and it’s intelligence and more importantly ´, where we stopped seeing ourselves as nature, a part of this eco-system.

The guest is Laura Storm, my friend, inspiration and, in May, my partner holding a retreat we’ve called ‘Rewilding yourself in the Workplace’.

Laura Storm has spent her entire career working in the intersection between business, leadership, sustainability, climate change policy and innovation leading and creating impact- and purpose-driven organizations, conferences, campaigns and movements. 

Currently she dedicates all her work to Regenerators that she started in February 2018 and is getting ready to launch her book on Regenerative Leadership in June 2019 with her colleague and leadership expert Giles Hutchins.