Range: Stories and Trailblazers of the New American West, created by Amy Westervelt and Julia Ritchey. A revolving cast of Western reporter co-hosts join to dig into the stories and people who embody the outlaw spirit of the West, ranging from the startups of Silicon Valley to the cowboy poets of the mountain West.


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Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 13 hours 59 minutes


West Coast Crabs Are the Next Climate Fight

An Amy & Julia reunion! Julia joins to talk about a complicated web of issues facing West Coast crab fishermen, driven primarily by warming oceans and unprecedented changes to ocean conditions.  To hear the rest of the story, check out...


 2019-05-27  32m

episode 13: Introducing Peace of Mind

While we work on episodes for another season of Range, check out Peace of Mind with Bhi Bhiman, launching January 18th on the Critical Frequency network. 


 2019-01-11  3m

episode 12: Introducing Drilled

Today we bring you a quick preview of another Critical Frequency podcast: Drilled, a true-crime podcast about climate change.   


 2019-01-06  3m

episode 11: An Old West Take on Grass-Fed Ranching

Meet Norris Albaugh, whose Old Testament-inspired ways have him ranching more sustainably than most, and keeping the family ranch afloat doing it. (more info: www.albaughranch.com) Episode sponsor: Zola - visit zola.com/range to start your FREE...


 2018-12-23  18m

episode 10: Hot nights, massive fires, and the wildland-urban interface

On the heels of yet another catastrophic fire season in the West, we take a look at why fires are worsening, from climate change to forest management practices, development, and more.  Episode sponsor: Zola - visit zola.com/range to start your...


 2018-11-30  15m

episode 9: Caleen Sisk, the Run4Salmon and the Relationship between Water, Salmon, and Native American History in the West

Now in its third year, the Run4Salmon is a 300-mile trek on foot, motorboat, bikes, horses and kayaks from the mouth of the Sacramento River, north to Shasta Lake, to send out prayers and raise awareness about their fight. It’s led by Winnemem Wintu...


 2018-11-07  29m

episode 8: Nevada's Legal Brothels, and a New Effort to Shut Them Down

An initiative on the ballot in Lyon County, NV this November will ask residents to vote on whether or not they want to revoke the county's brothel licenses. All of the county's brothels were owned by Dennis Hof, who died suddenly on October 16th. In...


 2018-10-31  30m

episode 6: HipCamp CEO Alyssa Ravasio on Her Mission to Get People Outside

Frustrated with the online camping registration process, Alyssa Ravasio taught herself to code at 26, then launched HipCamp to streamline the process. She quickly realized the camping system had another problem: not enough sites, and state and...


 2018-10-07  20m

episode 5: Photographer Laurel Golio on Running an All-women Outdoor Photo Crew

For The North Face She Moves Mountains campaign, photographer Laurel Golio put together an all-women team to shoot some of the company's amazing women athletes. It's an unusual thing in photography and here she tells us how it worked and why it...


 2018-10-06  10m

episode 5: Brown Girls Climb Founder Bethany Lebewitz on Who Gets to Be an Explorer, Why, and How to Expand that Universe

In the third installment of The North Face She Moves Mountains series, we profile Bethany Lebewitz, founder of Brown Girls Climb. Bethany started rockclimbing on a vacation and found a passion for it. When she came back to the U.S. and started...


 2018-10-05  15m