Here are some of the things that people are saying about the Interviews:
"Thanks looking forward to listening Have learned so much so far. Priceless…."
"The whole summit has been amazing, thanks so much!!"
"I liked the part where he said: "Better hurry up before a bear eats me!!!" terrific interview, ordering his book!"
"WOW, what a powerful and inspiring voice for wilderness! Humans like Doug Peacock are truly a gift! Thanks for sharing! Great interview Ricardo Sierra!"
" When Sean Rowe was talking about his favorite wild edibles, my 5 year old lassie piped in (she was listening too while we were making dinner) "Mom, my favorite wild edible is wild raspberries!" "
"There was a LOT I liked about today's interview, especially the 2nd half. I took about 2/3 of a page of notes -- and a friend called me tonight to say she had listened to it after I posted a link to it on my Facebook page."
"Curiosity, Compassion, and Community-- perfect. We need more of the three C's in our world."
"Your message of conservation is an important message that needs heard!!! I will always support the effort to make this world a better place."
"I listened to the Eugene Schwartz interview, now trying to catch up on the others that I've missed. Thanks, and keep up the GREAT WORK!"
Okay, here are the list of Speakers on my Wolverine Way Summit on Nature Connection:
John Griffith, of the California Conservation Corps
Derrick Jensen, author of Deep Green Resistance and A Language Older Than Words
Tom Elpel of Hops Press and Green University, LLC
Kristen Schulte of the Yellowstone Youth Conservation Corps
Sean Rowe, musician, singer songwriter and Anti-Records recording Artist with Magic, 27 and The Salesman & The Shark
Craig Blacklock, acclaimed landscape photographer at Blacklock Gallery
Joe Lau, former Tracker School Head Instructor and founder of the Phyre Dojo wilderness school
Cheryl Charles, director and co-founder of the Children & Nature Network
Brandt Morgan, author of Vision Walk and Sacred Journeys Guide
Charles Saylan, author of The Failure of Environmental Education and director of the Ocean Conservation Society
Mike Douglas, director of the Maine Primitive Skills School
Doug Peacock, naturalist & author of Grizzly Years and In the Shadow of the Sabertooth
Randall Lewis Eaton, author of Hunting as a Rite of Passage
Eugene Schwartz, Waldorf Educator and creator of Millenial Child
Kiva Rose, herbalist and creator of Plant Healer Magazine
Tom Brown III, founder of the Primitive Arts Collective
Susun Weed, Herbalist, author and founder of the Wise Woman Way
Reese Maxwell, instructor and founder of Dancing Sol, and co-founder of the Whole Earth Nature School
Matthew Bradley, co-founder of the Whole Earth Nature School
Victor Wooten, five time Grammy Winning Recording Artist and author of The Music Lesson
Tom Brown, Jr., founder of the Tracker School and author of over 19 books on Survival, Tracking and Earth Philosophy
Ruth Ann Colby Martin, former Tracker School Instructor & Certified Midwife
Lisa Bonny Berry of Four Elements Earth Education
Wendolyn Bird of Tender Tracks Tails and Trails
Tony Deis, founder of the Trackers Earth Camp and Wilderness School,
Cristina Eisenberg, wildlife biologist and author of The Carnivore Way and The Wolf's Tooth
Laura Zerra, wilderness skills instructor and Reality Show participant on the Discovery Channel's Naked and Afraid
Richard Cleveland, founder of The Earth School
Erik Hoffner, eco-journalist & photographer and editor at Orion Magazine
Special thanks to all of these kind speakers who took time out of their work saving the world to speak to me, and to you, and share their thoughts and ideas and stories with us.
You are all amazing and wonderful! Thank you!
And if you want to sign up and get access to them, check out The Wolverine Way website!