From childhood, we’re hardwired to love stories.
There’s something deep within us that resonates with connecting to another person’s experience. It’s primal. Some of the best stories are shared when we’re taken back to our original home: nature. It might be because it brings us back to our roots.
Or, it might be because nature is inherently intriguing and manages to pinpoint the most hidden emotions deep inside us.
We want to dive headfirst into this, we want to bring this feeling back even when we don’t get the chance to be in nature. Our guests will share their stories of fear, wonder, and connection that make their link to nature a unique and inspiring one.
Today we have Adam Hanson, a ten-year member of the WILD Foundation. His mission? Fostering healthy relationships between people and nature.
Adam grew up in the prairies of North Western Minnesota in an area that was a prehistoric basin for Lake Agassiz one of the largest glacial lakes in North America.
During his youth, Adam always spent time playing outdoors, and from these experiences, stories, and encounters his connection to nature developed.
What does wilderness inspire him? What does he feel in nature? Where does he feel the most connected to nature?
🌲 Immerse yourself around a campfire in the forest in Adam's exciting stories.
Learn more: www.wild.org