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This month on the Wild Ideas Worth Living podcast, our episodes highlight women from around the country. These powerful, risk-taking, creative ladies are chasing their wild ideas and doing incredible things.

You can find new episodes every Tuesday with these guests and others on Wild Ideas Worth Living. Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.

Chef Maria Hines is a James Beard Award-winner and author of Peak Nutrition, a book all about the food we can use to fuel our bodies for outdoor adventures.


Diana Helmuth is the author of How to Suffer Outside: A Beginner’s Guide to Hiking and Backpacking. She shares why she deeply loves these activities, even if sometimes she doesn’t.

Diana’s episode will be available on Tuesday, March 8th.


Erin Parisi is on her way to becoming the first openly Trans person to climb the highest mountain on each continent — a series known as the seven summits.

Erin’s episode will be available on Tuesday, March 15th.


In Florence Williams’ newest book, Heartbreak, Williams explores the science of heartbreak after her 25 year marriage suddenly falls apart. She seeks out what happens to our brains and bodies after losing love.

Florence’s episode will be available on Tuesday, March 22nd.


Lucienne Nicholson, the founder of Inclusive Woods and Us, is helping kids in underserved communities get outside to improve their physical, mental and emotional health.

Lucienne’s episode will be available on Tuesday, March 29th.

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