Awareness of the Spread, Fire Ecology
S03 Episode 1
“Fighting fire, with fire…” – Camille Stevens-Rumann
Camille Stevens-Rumann, an assistant professor in the Forest and Rangeland Stewardship department and Emma Enebo, double major in Forest and Rangeland Stewardship and Ecosystem Science and Sustainability at Colorado State University; dive deep into the impacts of fire ecology and wildland fires. The Cameron Peak Fire in Fort Collins, is one example of a current impact from a wildland fire. Learn more about what it means to support communities during a forest fire and the importance have awareness of fires around us.
Unpacking the Pack… of Wolves: Wolf Reintroduction
S03 Episode 2
Tune in as Becky and Kelley talk to three special guests and their experience and knowledge on Proposition 114: Colorado Wolf Reintroduction. Our guests were: Dr. Rick Knight, former faculty member of Warner College, Brielle Manzolillo, Graduate Assistant for the Forest and Rangeland Stewardship department, and John Sanderson, Director of the Center for Collaborative Conservation. This episode is an opportunity to engage in dialogue around this issue, our special guests unpack conservation and how policy shapes many dimensions of Natural Resources.
How Could You Not Be Romantic About Nature?
S03 Episode 3
Have you ever thought about your relationship with nature? Join Becky and Kelley as they hear how their classmates and friends share their experiences being grounded in nature during the time of Valentine’s Day.
After all, “Nature is the global love language.” – Kelley Sinning
Rewriting the Script for More Dialogue
S03 Episode 4
CSU and Warner College are committed to creating a safe and inclusive environment for students of all identities, but what does that look like in practice? Becky and Kelley sit down with Warner’s Director of Diversity and Inclusion, Dr. Rickey Frierson, to pick his brain about the college’s efforts with Diversity to create space for community and a sense of belonging. Rickey also discusses how diversity and inclusion engagement has been impacted by the virtual setting of COVID-19 and how people can educate themselves during times with less in-person interaction.
Campfire Conversations: “The spark has been lit…”
S03 Episode 5
Join Warner College Student Ambassadors talk about how their spark got lit in natural resources. From childhood stories to moments that have shaped them at CSU, these current students talk about where they have been and where they hope to go. This is where Campfire Conversations meets Tune into Nature, hear what it is like to be a Warner Ram!