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Artemis is doing a deep-dive into climate science. In our opening episode we talk with Maddison Easley, a California biologist who straddles the divide between the conservation world and agency life. Much of Maddison's work is aimed at rangeland conservation. We talk about how birds, vegetation and soils are all indicators of ecosystem health - and…
 
Some of our favorite guests from podcasts past join us to talk about what they're wishing for this year. Hannah Marcom and Sharenda Birts have tips and tricks galore -- like giving the gift of not having to learn from someone you're related to, or how exactly you can enjoy a latte in the field, frothed milk and all -- OR, could your HSA pay for tho…
 
"I thought you said this was food?" Shannon Waters found herself asking that question after someone made her an MRE in the backcountry. Shannon had been to culinary school and worked in fine dining for much of her adult life. As a hunter herself, she felt active people needed better in the field, and she was the right person to do it. Gastro Gnome …
 
“On the last day of the world, I would want to plant a tree.” A story about people coming together, willing to try something. Say hello on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Artwork by Julienne Alexander. Check out our online shop. If you haven’t already, please follow the show and review us on Apple Podcasts! https://apple.co/2BmMZr5 We also make Cr…
 
Missouri opened its first bear season this year in what turned out to be a tightly regulated hunt and a very competitive draw. Kelsie Wikoff was one of the hunters who drew a tag. This week we talk about how you hunt an area you've never been to for a prey you've seldom ever even seen. For Kelsie, it involved frequent scouting trips, trail cams, an…
 
Kathleen Zapletal was a new(ish) hunter when she noticed a lack of women-specific apparel in the sporting world. "Pink it and shrink it" seemed to be the motto of gear-makers. Zapletal founded Isle Royale Outfitters, which makes gear for women. She tells us about the place behind the name -- Isle Royale National Park in Michigan's Upper Peninsula -…
 
This episode airs November 1, which is right at the peak of the biggest event of the year at Antelope Island - the annual bison roundup. This one's a shorty~ check back in December 1 for something better. Join us at the bison corrals on November 2-4 for a tour of the handling facilities and a chance to get a closer view (safely) of the bison herd.…
 
This week we get the scoop on hunting in South Dakota with hunters Emily Kiel, Marketing and Outreach Director for the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish, and Parks, and Taniya Bethke, Director of Operations for the Council to Advance the Hunting and Shooting Sports. South Dakota is most famous for its pheasant hunting (meet the ditch parrot, ev…
 
"I began to think: ‘Oh, my gosh. Everyone was against me dropping out of college, marrying a complete stranger, and moving to New York. Perhaps they may have been on to something.’” If you haven’t already, please follow the show and review us on Apple Podcasts! https://apple.co/2BmMZr5 We also make Criminal and Phoebe Reads a Mystery.…
 
Long-time Artemis guest (and co-founder) Jess Johnson returns to the podcast this week after a trip to the International Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation’s annual meeting in Budapest, Hungary. On her way back to Wyoming, Jess got the chance to stop in Scotland for several days to hunt red deer and roe deer. She shares that experience with…
 
Lori Monday was raising three kids, going to school, and struggling to find herself when she had a life-changing encounter with a snake. It led her down a path chock full of reptiles. As an education ambassador for the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, Lori literally keeps a menagerie of reptiles and amphibians as a part of her job. Listen to find…
 
Traditional bowhunter Beka Garris joins Artemis this week to talk about what it's like bowhunting with a baby. Yes... literally WITH a small child. Beka tells us about harvesting two deer (and a squirrel) alongside her daughter. She also talks about traditional bowhunting, the skills involved, and how your experience in the outdoors changes when yo…
 
When the pandemic hit, Bre Bashford returned to her home state of Colorado from Georgia, where she works as an R3 coordinator for the Georgia Wildlife Federation. She hunted elk and antelope, and she tells us what it was like to build up to those successful hunts after growing up in suburbia. For Bre, the journey started with a strong ethos about f…
 
Tami is a sharpie, and Ed is her cap. After all these years, marriage has left an indelible mark. Listeners of this show know that from the very beginning, we’ve wanted to highlight unconventional stories of love. Oftentimes, not romantic love. What we have for you today is one of the strangest and funniest conversations we’ve heard in a long time.…
 
Kyley Caldwell and her husband run a bird dog breeding and training facility in central North Carolina. Kyley tells us about how she got into dogs, and what it's like to do dog trials through The North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association. We talk dog breeds, hardness tests, blind retrieves, and more. Upland game season is here, everyone! 2:3…
 
Over the more than 200 years of its existence, the US has become home to a number of iconic sites that domestic and international travelers alike place at the top of their must-see lists. The classic memorials and museums circling Washington, DC spring to mind, of course, because of their importance to both the history and future of our country, bu…
 
Sarah Tingey is one of the brains behind a small packrafting company called Alpacka Raft. It started as a basement type of operation, fueled by adventures in the Far North, including time spent in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Sarah tells us about her experiences on that incomparable landscape, plus what it's like to travel there with a smal…
 
Hunter, angler and conservationist Bianca McGrath-Martinez first drank the volunteerism Kool-Aid when she was serving with AmeriCorps. Today, her professional life (with MANY volunteer hours across different groups) is spent working towards an inclusive conservation movement with a program called Hispanics Enjoying Camping, Hunting, and the Outdoor…
 
The small town of Wamego, Kansas, with its modest population of nearly 5,000, is not a sprawling, sepia-toned farmland featuring Aunty Em, Miss Gulch, and Professor Marvel. It does not look like much of the Midwest landscape that comes to mind. Oh, no. Wamego, Kansas has poppy fields and Emerald Cities; yellow brick roads and ruby red slippers and …
 
Tia Shoemaker is a second-generation Alaskan who grew up at her family's remote hunting and fishing lodge in the Becharof National Wildlife Refuge. You might remember her from Artemis's episode on Traverse Mag, but today Tia comes to us from the NWF Outdoors podcast, where she talks about what it's like to see climate change on the front lines. The…
 
Texas hunter Hannah Marcom took up hunting with a bow before she ever reached for a firearm. She tells us about that journey in addition to the public-facing work she does in the hunting industry through her Instagram page, @Hannah.The.Plus.Size.Hunter. We talk about choosing gear for function over aesthetics, sweaty sports bras, and garden bounty …
 
Every year, from February to May, 1,800 acres of desert plateau spring to life with color. Purples, yellows, oranges, and blues all come together on the sprawling arid landscape to emulate an Impressionist painting; a fluid composition of light and hue, playing with intensity and movement. The four-petaled, burning orange poppy is illuminated as it…
 
"History was dependent upon people like me remembering." A conversation with Betty Reid Soskin, shortly before her 100th birthday. Betty Reid Soskin’s book is Sign My Name to Freedom. For a transcript of this episode, send an email to transcripts@thisiscriminal.com with the episode name and number. Say hello on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Artw…
 
The hunting landscape is about 89% male and 97% white. Although there are a number of recruitment/retention groups out there to add to the ranks, we talk about why we need groups for specific demographics -- like Artemis for women, or Hunters of Color for the BIPOC community. Lydia Parker joins us from Hunters of Color to talk about the group's mis…
 
Melody Engle is the captain of the U.S. Women's Spearfishing team, which is headed to Sardinia next month for the Spearfishing World Championships. She tells us what it's like to condition for World's, how to master your mind as a freediver, and how her own headgame was influenced by a background in competitive figure skating and skydiving. Plus --…
 
Every October the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta creates an enchanted world of vibrant balloon-filled skies, special-shaped balloon rodeos and twilight balloon glows. In Balloon Fiesta Park, visitors walk alongside the balloons, witnessing these colorful, graceful giants inflate and leave the ground against the backdrop of the cerulean de…
 
This week, The Beat Museum, City Lights Bookstore and the movement of a Generation that all started in San Francisco, California in the 1950s. These artists wielded their medium to question mainstream politics and culture, ushering a renaissance of new ways of thinking and creating in the world. If you're enjoying the show, please consider helping …
 
Kelsea Albert is on the U.S. Women's Spearfishing Team, which heads to Sardinia next month for the World Championships. This week on Artemis, she tells us how she got into the sport (it started with a freediving course), and how others can tap into the wonders of the ocean's bounty. 1:00 Did you catch Brianne Lauro on Artemis this winter? Diving fo…
 
Great Salt Lake broke its record for low lake levels last month and it's forecast to get worse through fall. Thanks to Great Salt Lake Institute at Westminster College for their help with this one. Check them out at greatsaltlakeinstitute.org Also, take a look at gslcouncil.utah.gov And our website at antelopeisland.utah.gov…
 
Last time we spoke with Sharenda, we heard about how she got into shooting and reloading. This week, we get an update on where she's at in her journey being a hunter and angler. She's been dove-hunting and tying her own flies... AND, she's bringing other women along on the journey through a program called WildHERness. Becoming a hunter can feel lik…
 
When Shigeru Yabu was a little boy he made a new friend in an unexpected place. “That bird walked up my arm all the way to my shoulder, and we looked at each other, eye to eye.” Shigeru Yabu’s book is Hello Maggie! For a transcript of this episode, send an email to transcripts@thisiscriminal.com with the episode name and number. Say hello on Twitte…
 
Emilie Cram worked for an outfitter in Wyoming -- where her jobs included packing mules, quartering elk, and pretty much anything else needed on guided hunting trips. When she took up a rifle herself, she found that even after so much time in the field, there are STILL questions it helps to be able to phone a friend for. Emilie also made good on a …
 
"You get one physical vehicle for your entire life." Our bodies help us do ALL the things outside -- fishing, hunting... even moseying. Artemis Ambassador Sara Camiscioni reminds us that our daily happiness is often directly related to how we feel in our bodies. On this episode, we talk about becoming a hunter, tree stands, whether rivers are chang…
 
A 200 foot sea creature that’s bigger than the statue of liberty. The largest carousel in the world, illuminated by over 20,000 light bulbs. A room that goes on forever. The largest collection of miniature doll houses and circuses - all under one roof. Today, we’re visiting what’s been called “the fever dream of the Midwest,” House on the Rock in S…
 
This week we're joined by biologist Nova Simpson, who works for the Nevada Department of Transportation to mitigate human-wildlife conflict in our travel corridors. We talk about wildlife overpasses and underpasses (even for things like snakes and toads), how those projects are funded, and whether they're effective at reducing vehicular collisions …
 
Tia Shoemaker grew up in a remote Alaskan hunting lodge. Christine Cunningham didn't come to hunting until she was an adult. Both women found they had a passion for telling authentic stories from the hunt field, and together they launched the outdoor journal, "Traverse." The first issue is out now, and both women join us to talk about what makes fo…
 
Early in the morning of March 18, 1990, two thieves disguised as police officers robbed a Boston museum of thirteen works worth some $500 million – the greatest known property theft in history. Among the works was The Concert, one of only 34 known by Johannes Vermeer and thought to be the most valuable unrecovered painting at over $200 million. And…
 
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