She Explores

Come find inspiration with women in the outdoors. Interviews, in-the-field recordings, and listener submissions make up a tapestry of episodes covering themes such as solo hiking and camping, entrepreneurship, outdoor equity, aging, conservation, motherhood, chronic illness, and more as they intersect with outdoor experiences. Hosted by Gale Straub.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 39m. Bisher sind 245 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 6 days 13 hours 27 minutes


episode 209: Nature Meditations: Kenya Jackson-Saulters

Time often feels like it’s on hyperdrive but Kenya Jackson-Saulters helps remind us of the importance of grounding ourselves in the outdoors, setting aside time to dream, and celebrating the many ways we move forward.



We Know You'll Love: This is Our Time

Listen to a preview of "This is Our Time" a storytelling podcast that takes you on an immersive adventure on a ship to Antarctica with host Samantha Hodder and 80 women who all work in STEM.



episode 208: The Cyclical Nature of Everything: Anna Brones

The idea that everything comes back around can be a comforting thought - especially as Anna Brones shares it: “I think that that's what we've really been doing in a larger way in the last two years. We've had to reckon with some of these larger questions about what it means to be human, what it means to exist, who we are when we don't have all of the external distractions. And so I think that that's what we are continuing to sit with...



episode 207: Into the F.U.T.U.R.E.

Gabaccia is our guide as we learn about equity, the importance of outdoor equity funds, and what it takes to get legislation across the finish line. Meet four women from the Outdoor F.U.T.U.R.E. Initiative who are creating more opportunities for youth in the outdoors.


 2021-12-15  46m

episode 206: The Adventure Art Academy: Claire Giordano

Join environmental artist Claire Giordano in the field as she teaches plein air painting in stunning landscapes like alpine lakes, old growth forests, beneath sandstone cliffs, oceanside, and glaciers. While Claire loves sharing the fun and beauty of experiencing these places through her virtual course, The Adventure Art Academy, there’s an intention behind the class that is more than meets the eye.


 2021-12-01  37m

episode 205: How to Be Alone: Nicole Antoinette

Nicole Antoinette recently released a trail journal of her 2017 thru-hike of the Arizona Trail called “How to Be Alone.” And that’s what we met up to talk about on a trail near Boston: how her first thru-hike came to be, how she persevered, and why she decided to add to the trail journal canon. While quitting can indeed be a kindness, Nicole solo hiked all 800 rugged miles of the Arizona Trail. And it all started when she was over 30,000 feet up in the air, reading a book on a plane.


 2021-11-17  43m

episode 204: Showing Up as Her Full Self for Wildlife: Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant

After 15 years as a wildlife ecologist and conservation scientist, Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant has a lot of valuable life lessons to share, be it the way she looks back at her own career with compassion for her younger self, the importance of doing exactly what she wants to do with her free time, or the joy that is cuddling baby bears -- just don't try the latter at home!


 2021-11-03  48m

episode 203: Hiking Through Cancer: Rebecca Sperry

Rebecca Sperry was in the middle of a big hiking challenge when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in August 2020: she was tracing all 1400+ miles of trails in the White Mountains. While she had to put that quest on pause during cancer treatment, it didn’t stop her from hiking.


 2021-10-13  39m

episode 202: Listen to this: About the Journey

Listen to this: About the Journey. Go on an audio road trip with travel lover Oneika Raymond.


 2021-09-29  4m

episode 201: A Problem Solver's Approach to the Climate Crisis: Shaandiin Cedar

Shaandiin Cedar is on the solution side of fighting the climate crisis and invites you to join in, too. A problem-solver by nature, Shaandiin is taking both a bottom-up and a top-down approach to activating climate solutions through her grassroots and corporate sustainability efforts. As an Indigenous woman and the daughter of activists, Shaandin’s commitment to justice for people and the environment is woven into her being.


 2021-09-22  35m