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The Urban to Country Podcast

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Welcome to the Urban to Country Podcast a collection of inspiring and edifying conversations with amazing people. Our conversations cover everything from hunting and conservation to mindful living to how to be a good human. Basically, all the good stuff.
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In episode 28 of the Urban to Country Podcast, I sit down with Samantha Dwinnell at the Bozeman Conservation Convention. Samantha is a wildlife researcher and conservationist whose passion for wildness can be felt by anyone who is fortunate enough to meet her. We talk about a variety of topics, including an incredible film, Deer 139, that Samantha is helping produce.This episode is a laid-back conversation and I hope you enjoy our banter. I'm so excited to continue to share the amazing people and adventures that are shaping my life and I hope this podcast has a positive impact on yours. If you enjoyed this episode please rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast on your favorite platform. Deer 139 (Film)Right to Roam with Samantha Dwinnell2% for Conservation Bozeman Conservation Convention.Urban to Country: Website, Instagram, YouTube, FacebookSupport the show
Obstacles

Obstacles

2019-10-1400:08:36

Happy Monday! I hope you're planning on having a fantastic week just like I am. If not, now is your opportunity to begin choosing to make each Monday the start of a great week. I hope this short podcast will inspire greatness in you this week.This week I dive into obstacles and focusing on the process and how this is the path to fulfillment. This week, spend some time and think about what obstacles you're avoiding.I'm so excited to continue to share the amazing people, stories, and adventures that are shaping my life and I hope this podcast has a positive impact on yours. If you enjoyed this episode please rate, review, and subscribe on your favorite platform.The Obstacle is the Way by Ryan HolidayUrban to Country: Website, Instagram, YouTube, FacebookSupport the show
On episode 27 of the Urban to Country Podcast, I sit down with Clark Tate of Forever Our Rivers Foundation. Clark bravely come up to me and asked if she could come on the show. I’m glad she did because we had a fantastic conversation. Clark earned a Master's Degree in Environmental Science and Land Use Policy at the University of Virginia. She's toured the nation, moving from one mountain range to the next. She grew up in a farming community in Virginia's Blue Ridge, then headed to Colorado to check out the Rocky Mountains before rambled over to live amongst California's Sierra granite and Pacific surf. Along the way, she's worked as an adventure guide, restoration coordinator and ecologist, leadership development facilitator, writer and managing editor. Currently, she is a freelance writer/journalist and a consultant, helping old river friends and their startup foundation, Forever Our Rivers Foundation, find their flow.This episode is a laid-back conversation and I hope you enjoy our conversation. I'm so excited to continue to share the amazing people and adventures that are shaping my life and I hope this podcast has a positive impact on yours. If you enjoyed this episode please rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast on your favorite platform. Clark Tate: WebsiteForever Our Rivers: Website2% for Conservation Bozeman Conservation Convention.Urban to Country: Website, Instagram, YouTube, FacebookSupport the show
On episode 26 of the Urban to Country Podcast, I sit down with Gray Thornton of the Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF). For over 40 years, WSF chapter and affiliate members have worked to “combat disease afflicting wild sheep, encourage new studies and management plans for Dall’s and Stone’s sheep, and advocate for the long-term health and sustainability of wild sheep herds and the wild places they roam across the globe.” We talk about mentorship, the relationship between hunting and conservation, the history of wild sheep conservation, how to develop collaborative relationships, and various other wild sheep topics.I'd like to thank Sitka Gear for allowing us to take over their booth at the 2% for Conservation Bozeman Conservation Convention.This episode is a laid-back conversation and I hope you enjoy our conversation. I'm so excited to continue to share the amazing people and adventures that are shaping my life and I hope this podcast has a positive impact on yours. If you enjoyed this episode please rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast on your favorite platform. The Wild Sheep Foundation: Website, Instagram, FacebookKicked Out FilmUrban to Country: Website, Instagram, YouTube, FacebookSupport the show
On episode 25 of the Urban to Country Podcast, I sit down with one of my favorite people, Marcia Brownlee. Marcia is the Program Manager for Artemis Sportswomen, where she focuses on creating a community of powerful, informed sportswomen who will foster positive change and defend and secure the future of our public lands, waters, and wildlife. We talk about inclusion and equality in the outdoor space, empowering people to ask, the history and purpose of Artemis Sportswomen, nailing the message, and many other powerful topicsThis episode is a laid-back conversation between good friends and I hope you enjoy our banter. I'm so excited to continue to share the amazing people and adventures that are shaping my life and I hope this podcast has a positive impact on yours. If you enjoyed this episode please rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast on your favorite platform. Maria Brownlee InstagramArtemis Sportswomen Website, Instagram, FacebookUrban to Country: Website, Instagram, YouTube, FacebookSupport the show
Guideposts for Life

Guideposts for Life

2019-09-0200:05:43

Happy Monday! I hope you're planning on having a fantastic week just like I am. If not, now is your opportunity to begin choosing to make each Monday the start of a great week. I hope this short podcast will inspire greatness in you this week. This week I dive into the guideposts that help me navigate through life. These are the pillars that never change and if I check myself again them I will be able to stay the course. This week, spend some time and think about what are your guideposts.I'm so excited to continue to share the amazing people, stories, and adventures that are shaping my life and I hope this podcast has a positive impact on yours. If you enjoyed this episode please rate, review, and subscribe on your favorite platform.Urban to Country: Website, Instagram, YouTube, FacebookSupport the show
My Five Favorite Podcasts

My Five Favorite Podcasts

2019-08-2600:09:06

Happy Monday! I hope you're planning on having a fantastic week just like I am. If not, now is your opportunity to begin choosing to make each Monday the start of a great week. I hope this short podcast will inspire greatness in you this week. Are you a podcast junky like me? I love the power behind podcasts and in this episode I share my five must listen to podcasts. Here's the list in case you want to check them out.The School of Greatness with Lewis HowesThe Brute Strength PodcastThe WAG PodcastSecular BuddhismStuff You Should KnowI'm so excited to continue to share the amazing people, stories, and adventures that are shaping my life and I hope this podcast has a positive impact on yours. If you enjoyed this episode please rate, review, and subscribe on your favorite platform.Urban to Country: Website, Instagram, YouTube, FacebookSupport the show
On episode 24 of the Urban to Country Podcast, I sit down with one of my personal heroes and one of the fathers of modern elk calling, Rockie Jacobsen. Rockie is the founder of Rocky Mountain Hunting Calls (RMHC) and the inventor of the dome and palate plate diaphragm calls. His innovations have shaped the landscape of modern elk hunting and has inspired numerous hunters to venture into the elk woods with calls in hand. My friend and fellow elk hunter, Kent Anderson, sits in as my co-host for this episode. Kent is a pro-staff member for Rocky Mountain Hunting Calls and has competed at the national level in elk calling. We talk about the history of RMHCs, cars, how to call elk, why elk get “call shy”, lessons learned from our lives in the outdoors, the commercialization of hunting, personal ethics, and many other topics.This episode is a laid-back conversation between good friends and I hope you enjoy our banter as we talk about some serious and some silly topics and laugh at ourselves a little bit. I'm so excited to continue to share the amazing people and adventures that are shaping my life and I hope this podcast has a positive impact on yours. If you enjoyed this episode please rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast on your favorite platform. Thank you to Capital Sports and Western Wear in Helena Montana for hosting this conversation and RMHC for the use of their photo.Books: Whisper of the Grey Bull by Stephen Smart, Beyond Fair Chase by Jim PosewitzRockie Jacobsen: Instagram, The LinguistsKent Anderson Instagram, Facebook Rocky Mountain Hunting Calls Website, Instagram, FacebookCapital SportsUrban to Country: Website, Instagram, YouTube, FacebookSupport the show
On episode twenty-three the Urban to Country Podcast, I  sit down with friend of the show, Joe Kondelis of the Western Bear Foundation, and he gives us the bear state of the union. It's a busy and exciting time for bears and bear conservation in the west and Joe gives us the inside scoop.This episode is a laid-back conversation between good friends and I hope you enjoy our banter as we talk about some serious and some silly topics and laugh at ourselves a little bit. I'm so excited to continue to share the amazing people and adventures that are shaping my life and I hope this podcast has a positive impact on yours. If you enjoyed this episode please rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast on your favorite platform.I'd like to thank Sitka Gear for allow us to take over their booth at the 2% for Conservation Bozeman Conservation Convention. Additionally, don't forget that  Alpen Fuel is offering a discount for listeners of the Urban to Country Podcast. Use code BACKCOUNTRY to get 10% off.Western Bear Foundation: Instagram, Website, Facebook 2% for Conservation: Website, Instagram, FacebookBozeman Conservation Convention Urban to Country: Website, Instagram, YouTube, FacebookSupport the show
Leader or Follower

Leader or Follower

2019-08-0400:02:39

Happy Monday! I hope you're planning on having a fantastic week just like I am. If not, now is your opportunity to begin choosing to make each Monday the start of a great week. I hope this short podcast will inspire greatness in you this week. Have you ever thought about the relationship between leaders and followers? Have you ever beat yourself up because you're "not a leader?" I have. This week I challenge you to think about what this message speaks to you. How does that make you feel and what does that reveal to you? I'm so excited to continue to share the amazing people, stories, and adventures that are shaping my life and I hope this podcast has a positive impact on yours. If you enjoyed this episode please rate, review, and subscribe on your favorite platform.Urban to Country: Website, Instagram, YouTube, FacebookSupport the show
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