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#37 - Tom Colicchio

In this episode, Mark sits down with star chef and food activist, Tom Colicchio, who appeared in Mark's 2nd feature documentary, "The Wild."

#36 - Tim Troll - Executive Director, Bristol Bay Heritage Land Trust

Tim Troll came to Alaska in 1978 as a VISTA volunteer lawyer and was assigned to an office in Bethel, a remote Yup’ik Indigeous community in Southwestern Alaska. Afte...

#35 - Phil Davis - Author, Salmon Activist

Phil wrote the children's book, "The Last Salmon" which has been turned into a play and is on its way to the big screen as an animated film. Phil offers a hopeful glim...

#34 - Nanci Morris Lyon - Owner, Bear Trail Lodge

Nanci Morris Lyon is a pioneer in the fly-fishing world. She's a decades-long champion for Bristol Bay and she's a good friend to SWYL host, Mark Titus. Nanci housed a...

#33 - Tom Douglas - James Beard Award-Winning Chef

Tom Douglas is a James beard award-winning chef and restaurateur based in Seattle. If you live in the PNW, chances are you've encountered Tom at one of his restaurants...

#32 - Dr. Jen McIntyre - Professor of Aquatic Ecology, Washington State University

Dr. Jen McIntyre is a professor of aquatic ecology for the Washington State University’s Puyallup division. Mark and Jen break down her work with stormwater runoff and...

#31 - Joel Reynolds – Western Director, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)

NRDC’s principal institutional representative in the West, Joel Reynolds joined the organization as a senior attorney in 1990, after a decade with the Center for Law i...

#30 - Kel Moody - Director of Salmon Nation's Festival of What Works

Kel Moody is an architect of place. They are the director of Salmon Nation's weeklong Festival of What Works, November 2nd-7th, 2021. Mark and Kel discuss what to expe...

#29 - Guido Rahr - CEO Wild Salmon Center

Guido Rahr is the president and CEO of the Wild Salmon Center a non-profit responsible for securing protection of 3 million acres of salmon habitat across the Pacific ...

#28 - Dr. Jennifer Galvin, Public Health Scientist and Filmmaker

A public health scientist by training, Dr. Jennifer Galvin left a fast-track academic career path to pursue filmmaking. She had a knack for finding narrative in the nu...

#27 - Kyle Gleason, Bristol Bay Commercial Fisherman

Kyle and SWYL host, Mark Titus met at a screening of The Breach back in 2015 at the San Francisco aquarium. Kyle’s a Bristol Bay commercial fisherman who knows tons ab...

#26 - Olivia Watkins, President of Black Farmers Fund

Olivia Watkins is a force. Named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 in 2020, Olivia is the co-founder and president of Black Farmer Fund, a thriving organization in New York creat...

#25 - Linda Behnken - Heinz-Award Winning Ocean-Warrior

Linda Behnken is a Heinz-Award winning Ocean-Warrior based in Sitka, Alaska. Teresa Heinz, Chairman of the Heinz Family Foundation said about her: “Linda’s success in ...

#24 - Ian Gill - Co-creator of Salmon Nation

Ian Gill is a writer, critic, bookseller, conservationist and co-creator of Salmon Nation, a bioregional network I am a proud member and resident of. Ian is also Princ...

#23 - Aleesha Towns-Bain - Executive Director, Bristol Bay Education Foundation

Aleesha Towns-Bain is the executive director of the Bristol Bay Education Foundation (BBEF). She hosted Tyler and me in June during the Neqa Salmon Derby, which, in ad...

#22 - David Holbrooke - Founder of Original Thinkers

David Holbrooke is a filmmaker and cultural entrepreneur who believes that film is the best way to convey the big ideas that are missing in the public dialogue. David ...

#21 - Virginia Tenpenny - Chief Social Impact Officer at Starbucks

Virginia and I have been friends for over two decades. She currently serves as the Chief Social Impact Officer for a little coffee company here in Seattle you may have...

#20 - Aaron Kindle Host, National Wildlife Federation Outdoors Podcast

This week Mark talks to Aaron Kindle, Director of Sporting Advocacy for National Wildlife Federation (NWF) – one of the many incredible partners working to preserve Br...

#19 - Hannah Lux - Moxie Beauty Boutique

Hannah Lux has seen and heard it all. She’s had the dubious distinction of cutting my hair for the last 20 years. Along the way, Hannah has become a close friend and i...

#18 - Russ Ricketts - Founder, RiverSnorkeling

Russ Ricketts finds wonder underwater. And he inspires it in me and everyone he touches with his work - sharing an ethereal world that's as close as your local river. ...

#17 - Zach Carothers - Bassist from Portugal. The Man

Zach is an Alaskan. And a fisherman. And he happens to play bass for Wasilla Alaska’s own, Portugal. The Man. PTM is now based in Portland, Oregon but Zach’s passion f...

#16 - Emma Frisch - Mom, Chef, Entrepreneur and Author

She makes beautiful things in her work as a Mom, entrepreneur, chef and author. She and her husband Bobby are raising their daughters, Cora and Ayla on the edge of the...

#15 - Joseph Rossano - Artist and founder of SCHOOL

In this episode, Joe and Mark talk about SCHOOL, Joe's international piece of living art, rooted in blown-glass wild salmon and steelhead. Joseph Rossano is a multidis...

#14 - April Bencze - Photographer and writer

April Bencze is a brilliant photographer, writer and visionary who lives on Gilford Island, British Columbia. Do yourself a kindness and take an hour to listen to Apri...

#13 - Chris Zimmer - Rivers Without Borders

Based in Juneau, Chris has been with Rivers Without Borders since 2001. He has worked on environmental issues for over 25 years in Washington, Montana and Alaska, incl...

#12 - Richard Chalyee Eésh Peterson - Tlingit & Haida Tribe President

Richard Chalyee Eésh Peterson is the 4-term President of the Tlingit and Haida Council in Southeast Alaska. On today’s episode Mark and Richard talk about perseverance...

#11 - Colleen Echohawk - Seattle Mayoral Candidate

If elected, Colleen would become the first Indigenous Woman to lead the city of Seattle, the only American city named after an Indigenous leader, Chief Sealth. On toda...

#10 - Ray Hilborn - Seaspiracy

Ray Hilborn is a Volvo Environmental Prize Winner; author of six books on sustainable fisheries and is one of the principle scientists operating the Alaska Salmon Prog...

#9 - Ray Troll - Artist and host of Paleo Nerds

Ray Troll is an American artist. Ray’s work has been described as “scientific surrealism” a label that he’s okay with. He’s widely recognized for his obsessively detai...

#8 - Melanie Brown - 5th Generation Indigenous Fisherman & Activist

Melanie Brown is a 5th generation Bristol Bay fisherman. She has been working on the campaign to protect Bristol Bay for decades. She has traveled all over the country...

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