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Everybody's National Parks

Danielle Jacobs-Erwin and Bryan Erwin

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Everybody's National Parks
Everybody's National Parks

Everybody's National Parks

Danielle Jacobs-Erwin and Bryan Erwin

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Conversations with guests and experts about different aspects of America's National Parks including favorite hikes and activities with kids, nature, wildlife, history and issues affecting the parks.

Latest Episodes

ENP 16 Visiting National Parks by RV

Description: Abigail Trabue and her family run the RV Miles Network and host the RV Miles and America's National Parks podcasts. As RV enthusiasts who travel full-time with three young boys, Abby and her husband have a lot of great experience and advice for traveling with a family in RVs and balancing reality and expectation while exploring the world. Abbyâs wealth of knowledge on RV travels with families and how to make the most out of national parks in almost every area of the country will help any aspiring traveler have a truly memorable experience in our parks. Along with general travel tips for exploring various beautiful national parks in different areas of the country and sage guidance to help families determine if the RV life is a good fit, Abby shares some of her familyâs favorite park experiences. From her eldest sonâs obsession with a video at the Harry S. Truman Historical Site (https://www.nps.gov/hstr/index.htm) in Missouri, their recent stay at Zion National Park (...

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ENP 16 Visiting National Parks by RV

ENP 15.5 Saguaro: Ancestral Roots, Tradition, and Pride

âTraditionally, it was believed that the Saguaro [cactus] was a human being.â - Tina Andrew on the Saguaroâs cultural significance to the Tohono Oâodham Nation Join Danielle and ParkÂRangerÂTina Andrew on a journey into the native ancestry of Saguaro National Park. Tina Andrew is a member of the Tohono Oâodham Nation, hosts the podcast âCultivating Indigenous Voices,â and serves as an ancestral park ranger who works to connect youth and the community to the native roots of Saguaro National Park. As both a member of the Tohono Oâodham Nation, a tribe native to the lands of Saguaro National Park, and as a park ranger serving for over five years, Tina Andrew offers a complex and unique perspective on the significance of the Saguaro National Park to different communities of people. She brings a deeply personal perspective into the cultural and ancestral significance of Saguaro alongside a keen awareness of the importance of exploration by both native and non-native people, e...

-1 s3 weeks ago
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ENP 15.5 Saguaro: Ancestral Roots, Tradition, and Pride

ENP 15.4 Saguaro: Symbol of the American West

Description: Join Bryan and Park Ranger Jeff Walner on an adventure into the wild history and culture within Saguaro National Park in Tucson, Arizona. As the only full-time, year-round ranger in Saguaro N...

-1 sJUN 18
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ENP 15.4 Saguaro: Symbol of the American West

Latest Episodes

ENP 16 Visiting National Parks by RV

Description: Abigail Trabue and her family run the RV Miles Network and host the RV Miles and America's National Parks podcasts. As RV enthusiasts who travel full-time with three young boys, Abby and her husband have a lot of great experience and advice for traveling with a family in RVs and balancing reality and expectation while exploring the world. Abbyâs wealth of knowledge on RV travels with families and how to make the most out of national parks in almost every area of the country will help any aspiring traveler have a truly memorable experience in our parks. Along with general travel tips for exploring various beautiful national parks in different areas of the country and sage guidance to help families determine if the RV life is a good fit, Abby shares some of her familyâs favorite park experiences. From her eldest sonâs obsession with a video at the Harry S. Truman Historical Site (https://www.nps.gov/hstr/index.htm) in Missouri, their recent stay at Zion National Park (...

-1 s6 days ago
Comments
ENP 16 Visiting National Parks by RV

ENP 15.5 Saguaro: Ancestral Roots, Tradition, and Pride

âTraditionally, it was believed that the Saguaro [cactus] was a human being.â - Tina Andrew on the Saguaroâs cultural significance to the Tohono Oâodham Nation Join Danielle and ParkÂRangerÂTina Andrew on a journey into the native ancestry of Saguaro National Park. Tina Andrew is a member of the Tohono Oâodham Nation, hosts the podcast âCultivating Indigenous Voices,â and serves as an ancestral park ranger who works to connect youth and the community to the native roots of Saguaro National Park. As both a member of the Tohono Oâodham Nation, a tribe native to the lands of Saguaro National Park, and as a park ranger serving for over five years, Tina Andrew offers a complex and unique perspective on the significance of the Saguaro National Park to different communities of people. She brings a deeply personal perspective into the cultural and ancestral significance of Saguaro alongside a keen awareness of the importance of exploration by both native and non-native people, e...

-1 s3 weeks ago
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ENP 15.5 Saguaro: Ancestral Roots, Tradition, and Pride

ENP 15.4 Saguaro: Symbol of the American West

Description: Join Bryan and Park Ranger Jeff Walner on an adventure into the wild history and culture within Saguaro National Park in Tucson, Arizona. As the only full-time, year-round ranger in Saguaro N...

-1 sJUN 18
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ENP 15.4 Saguaro: Symbol of the American West

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