Episode 134: The Catamount Institute’s Chris Aaby

Chris Aaby, the executive director of the Catamount Institute, stops by to chat with Darcie about his organization that focuses on outdoor education for kids, non-profits, Colorado Springs and more. Enjoy the show!  

Episode 129: Facts, Figures and the Future of the Homeless in COS

  This week we sit down with Andrew Phelps, the City of Colorado Springs’s Homelessness Prevention and Response Coordinator for the City of Colorado Springs. In his role with the City Andrew evaluates best practices, provides project management assistance to community non-profits, acts as a liaison between community organizations and City leadership, and keeps elected…

Episode 97: Protecting Colorado Landscapes with Palmer Land Trust

Many of us enjoy Colorado’s unique outdoor landscape. We hike or mountain bike the trails, we soak in the views of mountaintop peaks, we buy local food and enjoy the local waterways. Protecting these places forever is what Palmer Land Trust does, and has been doing for 40 years. In this episode we sat down…

Episode 86: The Catamount Institute & Why Outdoor Education is Vital

In the United States children spend almost eight hours a day on electronic devices of some kind. Every hour in front of an iPad or Playstation is an hour not spent outside. Don’t think that matters? Think again; getting kids outside benefits them in all sorts of ways, and might be one of the factors…

COS By the Numbers || March 17th, 2017

Hello my friends! My apologies, it has been many moon since I’ve bombarded you with the latest¬†and greatest in numbers oriented things happening in COS, Colorado and beyond. Has much changed in the last month or so?¬†The days are getting a little bit longer. We recorded yet another taste test that somehow involved some of…