Hike Slow is the story of two sisters and their attempt to find a deeper, more reverent connection to the natural world and to one another. It’s a light hearted, educational film that chronicles their journey to Montana’s Centennial Valley, where they spent two weeks as artists-in-residence at the Taft-Nicholson Environmental Humanities Center. The short documentary focuses on themes of slowing down in nature, cultivating creativity, and deepening bonds with loved ones.
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Cyclist Brooke Goudy Talks Representation in the Outdoors in New Film; A Space For All. Brooke not only loves mountain biking, she lovers introducing more people to the world of biking. Her mission is to “remove barriers to create a space for all”.
In Chasing the Yeti, the trio take their bikes to the peaks of Bhutan to do just that: explore the secrets of an oft-forgotten culture and mountain range.
Sometimes you just need someone to allow you to see the bigger picture through a small scope. Meet Anna Le, an aquatic ecologist and environmental educator who spends her days spotting wildlife and welcoming more people to experience it with her.
Three women set sail on a 350 mile expedition through Alaska’s massive Tongass National Forest, exploring how clearcut logging in this coastal rainforest could affect wildlife, local communities and our planet’s climate.