Episode 60 Why We Show and Tell Wild Places with Brad Brooks of Argali Outdoors
Why do we go through such great lengths to showcase wild places? What’s it all for and why is it so important?
Brad Brooks of Argali Outdoors joins me for Episode 60 to deep dive this question. No, we don’t solve the worlds problems with this chat, but we do explore why we do such things. Brad in particular release a film in October of 2018 detailing a hunt in the Frank Church Wilderness of Idaho. While it may have been a hunting film, the intent wasn’t to showcase the hunt, but rather to showcase the vast rugged wilderness of the Frank Church. This video is what originally sparked the topic of this episode and as a result we now have the very first episode of 2019!
Enjoy this chat with Brad Brooks.
Emory R. Wanger
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Hunting the last wild places
Origin of Argali
Exploring the “Why” behind exploring and showcasing wild places
The idea of preservation
The Frank Church Wilderness
What the wilderness does for us
The history in the Frank Church
Why make a film about the Frank Church
Brad’s early path to exploring and hunting wild places
Deep diving the various wild places
The oddity of National Parks
The next steps for Argali films
Random Question: What would Teddy Think?
How to reach Brad